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Articles from the February 23, 2022 edition

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 By Zoe Merrill    News    February 23, 2022

Marijuana, to use or not to use

As most of you know in Montana Initiative 190 passed by 56%. Chouteau County Deputy Rosijpal told me, “Only the counties that voted yes for recreational Marijuana can sell it.” Hill county and Cascade both voted yes, so it is legal for them to...


Proclamation for Joanne Kibbee

Town of Big Sandy Proclamation In Memory of Joanne Kibbee WHEREAS, Joanne Kibbee served as the Town of Big Sandy water clerk beginning in 1967; and WHEREAS, from 1983 until her retirement, Joanne... shows Big Sandy's rich history

The website features an archive of publications from all over the state going back more than a century. The Mountaineer is one of many newspapers included on the site and is a goldmine for those looking to learn more about our...


Montana Actors' Theatre worth supporting

The Montana Actors' Theatre wrapped up its presentation of the musical "Spamalot" over Valentines weekend. My wife and I attended one of the last showings on a date and were blown away by the show...

 By Tyler Lane    News    February 23, 2022

Green Acres

Rules of Thumb to Help You Prepare for the Gardening Season Believe it or not, the gardening season will be upon us before we know it. Below are a few gardening facts to help you prepare for the upcoming season. • Soil tests should be taken in the...


Pioneers advance to the Divisional Tournament as the 2nd seed in the 9C

To open their postseason, the Pioneers would square off against the Thunderbirds of Hays-Lodgepole. The Pioneers were hoping to bounce back from their last game of the regular season, resulting in a loss. In the first quarter of play it would be Juni...


Dave Iver Berg

Dave Iver Berg received his angel wings on February 13, 2022, Dave passed surrounded by family members at the Northern Montana Health Care Hospital, Havre, Montana. Dave was the first born to E.... Full story


Patching Cracks

John Dewey, the American psychologist, educator, and philosopher once said: “Failure is instructive. The person who really thinks learns quite as much from his failures as from his successes.” Dewey’s words represent something far larger and...


Conservation District offering scholarship

The Chouteau County Conservation District is pleased to announce the fourth annual Henry Nagamori Scholarship is open to graduating seniors in Chouteau County. The intention of this scholarship is to promote the study of agriculture, natural...


Lady Pioneers end season with two hard-fought games at the 9C Districts

With the high hopes of moving on, the Lady Pioneers fall just short, losing in a close contest against the Lady Sugarbeeters on Thursday afternoon. The first quarter of play was back and forth, exchanging baskets with high-intensity basketball from b... Full story


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