Articles from the March 8, 2023 edition

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 By Bailey Proulx    News    March 8, 2023

Bailey Proulx places 2nd at National competition

(Editor's note: I had written a few questions to Bailey and she wrote this. It was fun to watch her lift) LIFT fitness is where it all started for me. When I couldn't play basketball because of my...

 By Erik Sietsema    News    March 8, 2023

Community enjoys a successfu Fish Fry held by St. Margret Mary's Youth group

Saint Margret Mary's Catholic Church held a community fish fry last Friday for Lent. A steady stream of patrons came through during my time at the event, which is noteworthy as there was a wrestling...

 By Zoe Merrill    News    March 8, 2023

School Board approves Interlocal Agreement with the Town of Big Sandy

During public comment, a letter was read. Day's Inn sent a letter to Big Sandy commenting on how wonderful the Big Sandy boys are. (Please read the letter to the editor) The Chauvet family wants to pa...

 By Erik Sietsema    News    March 8, 2023

Easter History Continues - Why do we have Easter Eggs?

It is the Lenten season, which is the 6 weeks preceding Easter in the church calendar. Last week, I dug into the origins of fasting or giving things up for lent. In the process of researching the early church origins of the practice, I was surprised...

 By Tyler Lane    News    March 8, 2023

Green Acres

The 4-H Shooting Sports 2023 Chouteau County Invitational Shoot was held February 25th in Fort Benton with 64 members registered to shoot. Participants were mostly from the Golden Triangle Counties. Other counties participating were Flathead, Lewis...



Emmy and Grammy nominated Montana pianist-composer Phillip Aaberg visited Doug Giebel and the Big Sandy Cultural Center for sever hours on Monday. While here, Aaberg spent an hour trying out the...

 By Erik Sietsema    Opinion    March 8, 2023

Patching Cracks

Your time is like water. Water naturally flows from higher places to lower ones. In the same way, everyone has both strengths (higher places) and weaknesses (lower places). We tend to spend less time in our areas of natural talent and more in areas...

 By Ron Wiens    News    March 8, 2023

Healthcare billing: Why does it have to be so complicated?

When I walk into The Grocery Store and grab a diet coke and pringles, and the cashier rings up $4.00, that’s what I pay, and I pay it before leaving the Store. Same thing when I take my truck in for an oil change. I pay the posted price of the oil...

 By Zoe Merrill    Sports    March 8, 2023

Ten years since we have been to state basketball

They had two weeks to rest, heal and prepare. I wanted to ask the Pioneer team if they were ready for state. Kody Strutz said, "Yes, Ma'am! After playing eight games in two weeks, I've been working...


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