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 By Zoe Merrill    News    March 6, 2019

Coldest Winter Calving on Record?

I saw him in Grocery Store. I just had to ask. The day and the night before there had been a terrible blizzard, "You calving yet?" "Yes, we had seven yesterday. I came in for a quick lunch and went...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    March 6, 2019

Big Sandy High School on Lock-down last week

Kelly Haaland, Superintendant of Big Sandy Schools, said, “I was at the elementary (school) and received a call about ten minutes to twelve. Someone had written on a girl’s bathroom stall, ‘Shooting at 1:00’. I came over to the high school...

 

Threat at BSHS, students used drill training

This last Thursday, February 28th, Big Sandy High School was put under lock-down for two hours. The students at BSHS have been through plenty of fire, earthquake, and shooting threat drills throughout the years for preparation. The students were...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    March 6, 2019

Bob Nelson, a real Rotarian

Bob Nelson who has been known by Mr. Rotary, joined Rotary in the fall of 1983, 36 years ago. He joined because he has always been a believer in service organizations. Here he could see if he wanted...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    March 6, 2019

Adjusted Attitude; How to deal with the bitter cold

I had to ask how does one help change their attitude during the long frigid days and being stuck in house for hours like everyone did last month. After researching attitude adjustment, I did find some helpful suggestions, I thought I would share, bec...

 
 By Tyler Lane    News    March 6, 2019

Green Acres

New Montguide on Bull Breeding Soundness Evaluation (BSE) The single most important component of a successful breeding program is using fertile bulls that have passed a bull breeding soundness evaluation (BSE). Each bull is expected to contribute to...

 
 By Dana Darlington    News    March 6, 2019

Save the Cowboy, Stop the APR!, Part 1

What does this mean? We have all seen the colorful banners posted on roadsides, near ranch entries, and even in the windows of town businesses. A cowboy sits on horseback in front of a sunset with the words “Save the Cowboy, Stop the APR” emblazo...

 

What a Speller!

Hunter Moore, a 6th grader at F.E. Miley Elementary school, took second place at the Chouteau County Spelling Bee. With the 1st place winner, and 8th grader from Fort Benton not being able to attend...

 

Annual School Board Elections, date to file is March 28

The annual school election will be held May 7, 2019 by mail ballot. Ballots will be accepted until 8:00 p.m. on May 7th. One trustee with three year a term is expiring this year: Brad Weaver. Jeri Proulx Roth’s one year term is also expiring....

 

Senior News

Thursday, March 7- Sloppy Joes, Green Beans, fruit salad, and Cinnamon twist. Friday March 8- Crab salad on a Croissant, chips, and Peanut butter cookies. Monday March 11- Beef Strognoff, mised veggies, garlic toast, and Apple Crisp. Tuesday, March...

 

Application deadline for Unlocking Public Lands program is March 15

March 15 is the deadline for landowners to submit applications to Montana Fish, Wildlife, & Parks for enrollment in the Unlocking Public Lands Program. This program is designed to provide recreational public access to state or federal (Bureau of...

 
 By Janell Barber    News    March 6, 2019

Getting By

While in the midst of tax season, it can be stressful finding the necessary records to get your taxes done. Have you sworn to yourself every year during this time you will keep better records for next year? But, it never really ends up the way you...

 

New @ the Jeff Reichelt Library

The Recipe Box, By Viola Shipman Growing up in northern Michigan, Samantha “Sam” Mullins felt trapped on her family’s orchard and in their pie shop, so she left with dreams of making her own mark in the world. But life as an overworked,...

 
 By Erik Sietsema    Opinion    March 6, 2019

Patching Cracks

Over the last few weeks, I have read about several prominent pastors who lost their jobs after accusations of abuse of power and improper behavior were made and verified. As a guy who works in ministry, these sorts of things are disheartening to me....

 

Revision and Update of the Chouteau County Development Regulations

According to Chouteau County’s contract land-use planner, Jerry Grebenc, the County Planning Board and County Commissioners have been working on revisions to the County Development Regulations. The original regulations which were adopted in 1985...

 

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