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Articles from the February 2, 2022 edition

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 By Erik Sietsema    News    February 2, 2022

Gun Show back in Big Sandy after a few years

Big Sandy hosted a Gun Show over the weekend of January 28th to the 30th. The event, which featured 15 vendors and 50 tables, attracted a steady stream of customers and folks just looking to browse...

 

Duane Olson Inducted into MHSA Athletic Hall of Fame

Please join Big Sandy High School as we celebrate the induction of Duane Olson into the MHSA Athletic Hall of Fame. The awards presentation will be held at the BSHS gym on Thursday, February 5th at 5...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    February 2, 2022

Big Sandy Welcomes, Dustin Kinsella as the new Post Master

Dustin Kinsella is Big Sandy's new Post Master. He travels from Havre every day, where his wife and five children have busy lives. He has five boys, and they just adopted a baby girl. "My house...

 

Rotary Banquet on the calender for March 19

The Big Sandy Rotary Club is continuing the tradition of a benefit banquet in March with a grand gala event bringing Pirates of the Prairie to our town. Pirates of all kinds will gather at the 37th Annual Rotary Benefit Banquet on March 19, 2022....

 

Stacy York Nation, to speak at Big Sandy High School

Thanks to Big Sandy Public Schools, we have the incredible opportunity to hear an international speaker here in the comfort of our own high school auditorium on Thursday evening from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. Stacy York Nation was born and raised in Wyoming...

 

Green Acres

The Montana State University Pesticide Education Program is offering a training in Fort Benton to assist farm applicators in safely managing pests with phosphine fumigants. Some common examples of products containing aluminum or magnesium phosphide...

 
 By Erik Sietsema    News    February 2, 2022

Gun Show Boosts Local Economy

The Gun Show over the past weekend provided an opportunity for locals to shop for guns, ammunition, and other shooting sports items. It also brought a lot of traffic to our community and benefitted out local businesses. From the restaurants, to The...

 

Richard Reinholt Bitz

Richard Reinholt Bitz, 74, died January 19, 2022 after a long battle with lung disease. Bitz was born on September 2, 1947 in Conrad, Montana to Reinholt and Lucille Bitz; the eldest of two siblings.... Full story

 

Patching Cracks

Early in my career in ministry, a particular author wrote a series of popular books on dating and marriage. He was a young man and had been married for a short period of time. He was also good looking, charismatic, and had a great marketing...

 

Lady Pioneers drop two close contests on the weekend

The Lady Pioneers hit the road Thursday to Denton to face the D-G-S Bearcats. DGS would jump out to a quick ten-point lead in the first quarter. Still, the Lady Pioneers would slowly claw back into th...

 

Pioneers continue to win hard-fought games

The Pioneers start their weekend on Thursday on the road against the Bearcats of Denton-Geyser-Stanford. The Bearcats would come out in the first quarter of play and set the tone early against the Pioneers, knocking down a couple of threes, giving...

 

The Road Trip

Editor’s Note: Continuing story first ran January 19 page A5. What could possibly go wrong? If you read the previous article, you will probably have guessed many things could go wrong on this arduous trip. Before we could pull out of the driveway,...

 

Governor Gianforte, DPHHS Make Available 650,000 At-Home COVID-19 Tests for Montanans

Governor Greg Gianforte and the Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) are making available 650,000 at-home COVID-19 rapid antigen tests for Montanans. The tests are being provided at...

 

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