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Articles from the February 12, 2020 edition

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 By Zoe Merrill    News    February 12, 2020

CHS Elevator Closer continues to draw discussion

I did reach out to CHS Big Sky General Manager Keith Schumacher for further questions and explanations. He responded to me saying, "Lorrie thanks you for reaching out to me, however I will have to respectfully decline." There was a farmer meeting at...

 

Ament Brothers Team Up and Score a Grammy

To start this article, I would like to take a moment to thank both Barry and Jeff Ament for taking the time out of their busy schedule to reach out to me, as without them, this article would not be...

 

IX Ranch; Winner of the 2020 Beef Quality Assurance Cow-Calf Award

Dedication to Improving Cattle Handling and Understanding of the Cattle Industry Earns IX Ranch 2020 BQA Cow-Calf Award Over the last century, countless innovations have shaped modern ranching, such...

 

Dale and Micki Morey held together by love and faith

I said, "Let's start at the beginning. When did you get married?" They both looked at each other, smiled, and Micki said, "June 9, 1973. He keeps track of that better than I do." They have been...

 
 By Tyler Lane    News    February 12, 2020

Green Acres

EPA Finalizes Glyphosate Mitigation EPA has concluded its regulatory review of glyphosate—the most widely used herbicide in the United States. After a thorough review of the best available science, as required under the Federal Insecticide,...

 

City Council Draft Agenda for the February 12 meeting

February 12, 2020 7:00 City Hall 1. Pledge 2. Approval of meeting minutes 3. Public Comments 4. Sheriff Report 5. Pivot 6. KLJ: Storm Drain project – NCMRWA-Walking Trail Bear Paw Development: Walking Trail Storm Drain project 7. New Business a....

 

Getting By

If you are someone who checks clothing laundering labels, have you noticed how many different symbols there are? And, if there is no wording with the symbols do you understand what is means? Many reading this are likely saying they never check the...

 

71st Montana Seed Show is March 12th

The 71st Annual Montana Seed Show is approaching. The Montana Seed Show will be held March 12th – 14th at Harlem High School. The Montana Seed Show would like invite everyone to participate in this year’s show. The purpose of the Montana Seed Sho...

 

Senior Center News

Thursday, February 13- Spaghetti, veggie, Garlic toast, and Peach Blueberry salad. Friday, February 14 - Valentine’s Day! $10.00- Chicken Chow Meim, Egg Rolls, Chicken Drumies, coleslaw, roll, Stawberry Shortcake. Monday, February 17- Presidents...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    February 12, 2020

Chouteau County Sheriff Vern Burdick

Sheriff /Coroner Vern L. Burdick started in 1995. He had held a variety of positions before he became the Sheriff of Chouteau County in 2006. There are two deputies, who were hired for the Big Sandy...

 

Patching Cracks

My kids argue. Any parent will tell you that kids always find something silly to disagree about. They get angry and start yelling or freezing each other out because of some petty disagreement. I’ve discovered that one of the most frequent elements...

 

Genereux advances to state wrestling tourney

Big Sandy junior Bayley Genereux earned a spot at the Montana state wrestling tournament Friday at First Interstate Arena at MetraPark in Billings. Genereux, in the 138-pound division, won his first...

 

Pioneers rebound from FB loss to beat Box Elder, North Star

The Big Sandy boys have not reached their full potential on the hardwood this season. Yet. Battling the injury bug, the Pioneers were no match for league-leading Fort Benton at home Monday, Feb. 3 and lost 66-36. With junior Parker Proulx making his...

 

Lady Pioneers get pushed around by 9C heavyweights

The Big Sandy girls have taken their lumps this season against the best the District 9C has to offer on the basketball court. This week proved no exception. A favorite to win the Class C state championship paid a visit to the Lady Pioneers Monday...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    February 12, 2020

Rick Cook Chouteau County Clerk of Court

The County Clerk of Court, the County Superintendent of Schools, and the County Surveyor is Rick Cook. He is running again, and this will be his 4th term. He started working in the County Clerk of Cou...

 

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