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Articles from the March 29, 2023 edition

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 By Zoe Merrill    News    March 29, 2023

Transportation bids are needed for the 2023-24 School year

Superintendent Dan Schrock reported to the board that the leak creating the water damage to the gym floor was because of a leak in a fin tube of the heaters in the gym. In the written report to the...

 By Erik Sietsema    News    March 29, 2023

Moon Eyes Coffee Roasters in Fort Benton now open

My wife and I moved to Big Sandy from a community with nearly the same population as the entire state of Montana. The peace and quiet are amazing. Having a tight knit community and the lack of traffic are even better. The one thing we find ourselves...


Rutledge takes FFA State Treasurer

The Montana FFA Association held their 93rd annual state convention in Great Falls on Saturday March 25th. The last order of business was announcing the 2023-24 State Officers. Congratulations Lance...

 By Erik Sietsema    News    March 29, 2023

Where did the Easter Bunny come from?

Over the last few weeks, I’ve been researching questions about the origins of various Easter observances, traditions, and practices. As I’ve progressed, I’ve had folks approach me and add their own curiosities to the list. There is one...

 By Tyler Lane    News    March 29, 2023

Green Acres

Initial Private Applicator Pesticide Training in Stanford MSU Extension Judith Basin County will be offering a Private Pesticide Applicator Initial Training on April 6,2023 in Stanford. The training will take place at the Stanford City Hall located...


Friends of the Library News

Friends of the Library met at the Big Sandy Library on 3/7/23. This was the first meeting of the year. The Christmas stroll basket raffle at the Library was a success. $715 was generated for the...

 By Jessica Ophus    News    March 29, 2023

Brain Injury Awareness Month

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. With the ice we’ve seen this year we are acutely aware of how quickly a life-changing injury can occur. The first thought is often broken bones, but have you ever considered how quickly your brain health can...


John C. Haldemann

John C. Haldemann, 93, passed peacefully into the arms of his Lord and Savior on March 13, 2023 at the Sweet Memorial Nursing Home in Chinook, MT. John was born to Arthur & Alba (Nielsen)... Full story


Patching Cracks

Recently, the testing scores for Intelligence Quotient (more commonly known as IQ) have been observed to be in decline. Specifically, scores related to abilities in verbal reasoning (logic, vocabulary), visual problem solving/analogies,...


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