Articles from the March 1, 2023 edition

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 By Zoe Merrill    News    March 1, 2023

Gasvoda and Wagoner sign letters of intent, Football and Track

Rusty Gasvoda is going to Western in Dillon. Suppose you haven't heard the story; Rusty never sent a videotape to them. Instead, someone from a different school, the Pioneers, played sent a tape and...

 By Erik Sietsema    News    March 1, 2023

Hanson elected and new Presidents of Central MT Stockgrowers

CJ Hanson is the new president of the North Central Montana Stockgrowers Association. The association is an organization that represents the growing needs of North Central beef producers and ag...

 By Erik Sietsema    News    March 1, 2023

A Brief History on the Celebration of the Lenten Season

“What are you giving up for Lent?” For years growing up and as a younger adult, I heard this question bandied about every year. While living in Indiana near Notre Dame, the heavily Catholic community introduced me to Fat Tuesday and the various Pol...

 By Tyler Lane    News    March 1, 2023

Green Acres

Urban Pesticide Education Tour: April 20, Great Falls The MSU Pesticide Education Program is offering an urban pesticide training on April 20 in Great Falls to assist homeowners, gardeners, and other urban pesticide applicators in understanding the...

 By Zoe Merrill    News    March 1, 2023

The Making of Heroes

I walked into the Big Sandy High School gym and sat down to watch our 4th, 5th, and 6th-grade athletes learning to play basketball. Their coaches are Eryn NNissen, Ronnie Simpson, and assistant Nathan Merrill. They were learning how to shoot a...

 By Erik Sietsema    Opinion    March 1, 2023

Patching Cracks

The 18th century Danish Philosopher Søren Kierkegaard once wrote a story about a circus performance. With a large crowd out front, the performers were preparing to a start the show, when suddenly a fire broke out backstage. Knowing that the huge...

 By Jessica Ophus    News    March 1, 2023

Cold Weather Safety

The first day of spring is only 3 weeks away and while that means green grass and blooming flowers are on the horizon, there is still plenty of cold weather to survive. According to the National Weather Service, today is the day we should begin...


Pioneers take 2nd on to State

The Pioneers started divisional play against Great Falls Central Catholic Wednesday night, winning 74-50. Senior Braydon Cline dominated the first half of play, and GFCC did not have an answer for...


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