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Articles from the April 17, 2019 edition

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 By Zoe Merrill    News    April 17, 2019

Educational Funding and School Board Elections

Per the statement sent to the Mountaineer from the Big Sandy School Board. “As an essential part of its budgeting process, the Big Sandy Board of Trustees is authorized by law to impose levies to support its budget. The Big Sandy Board of Trustees...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    April 17, 2019

Annual Rotary Easter Egg Hunt is This Saturday

Once again, the annual Easter Egg Hunt will be held this Saturday, April 20th. It starts at 11:00 AM sharp at the Big Sandy Airport. You must be on time, because the whole thing is over in a matter...

 

The Big Sandy High School Band and Choir earn Superior Ranking at District Music Festival

This weekend the BSHS music program took the band and choir to the district music festival in Malta. The students were directed by Mrs. Walker who is substituting for Mrs. Robertson while she is on...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    April 17, 2019

Hunter Safety classes under way

Brad Moore and Dave Schwarzbach are teaching Hunters Safety again this year. Brad said, "We talk about the prevention of hunting accidents which are caused by 99% human error." He absolutely enjoys...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    April 17, 2019

Big Sandy brings home awards from State FFA

Layne Taylor, Ag teacher and FFA advisor said, "I am so proud of our Big Sandy FFA kids. They are so respectful and delightful. They represent our chapter and community so we'll. I am excited to...

 
 By Tyler Lane    News    April 17, 2019

Green Acres

Keep an eye out for Grass Tetany Grass tetany is a metabolic disease of cattle associated with grazing lush, green pasture. The condition is caused by low blood concentrations of magnesium, which is a required mineral for cattle. When pastures are...

 

Missoula Children's Theater presents "The Emperor's New Clothes"

Join the Emperor, his friends and subjects, and the busy Silkworms this Friday, April 19th, when the Missoula Children’s Theatre and more than 50 local students present an original musical adaptation of the Hans Christian Andersen classic, THE...

 
 By Janell Barber    News    April 17, 2019

Getting By

Every day we are faced with making decisions. They range from minor to major decisions. Some people can make decisions quickly while other people need time and information to make a decision. I recently attended a training which included a simple...

 

Senior Center news

Thursday, April 18- Easter Dinner $10.00, Black Forest ham, Hashbrown bake,green bean casserole, rolls, and Easter cake. Friday April 19- Smorgasbord of fish, fried potatoes, bacon califlower, and salad. Monday April 22- Cattleman’s hoagie, fried...

 

New @ the Jeff Reichelt Library

Every Breath by Nicholas Sparks In the romantic tradition of The Notebook and Nights in Rodanthe, #1 New York Times bestselling author Nicholas Sparks returns with a story about a chance encounter that becomes a touchstone for two vastly different...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    April 17, 2019

Creative Writing Club starts up

A creative writing club will have their first organizational meeting Tuesday April 23rd starting at 4:00 at the grade school library. Snacks will be provided. The club is open to any want-to-be writer from the 2nd grade up. Since this is an...

 

Patching Cracks

My younger brother sent me an article written by a prominent millionaire outlining the 12 things that folks need to attend to in order to live a fulfilled life. The interesting thing is that the individual went through a nasty divorce recently after...

 

Free Piatigorsky Concert at the Grand Union Hotel

Chouteau County Performing Arts welcomes back spring and the Piatigorsky Foundation for a free concert at The Grand Union Hotel, at 4 PM, on Sunday, April 28th, featuring clarinetist Igor Begelman. This show is put on in partnership with the...

 

My Answer

From the writings of the Rev. Billy Graham Q: America has been a land of plenty for much of its history and some believe our nation can never fall. Are we in danger of going the way of other great and powerful nations? A: Fifteen hundred years ago th...

 

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