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Articles from the April 25, 2018 edition

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BSHS 2018 Carnival Friday, April 27

The annual CARNIVAL will be held on Friday, April 27th at Big Sandy High School and will provide entertainment for all ages. The night's events begin at 6:00 P.M. in the auditorium with the...

 
 By Leslie Gregory    News    April 25, 2018

Big Sandy Chamber of Commerce dissolves

The Chamber has decided to dissolve and form a Community Group. They would like to see if there is an interest in forming a Community Group to see if there is more people that would like to get involved. The decision was made to dissolve was one that...

 

Robert Lucke Passes

It is with a heavy heart to let you all know that Robert Lucke passed away on Saturday, April 21, 2018. He went peacefully and without pain. He will be missed by the all the Staff at The Mountaineer...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    April 25, 2018

American Prairie Reserve Asks BLM for Rule Change

The Bureau of Land Management, BLM, have been having meetings, which they call scoping meetings, around the state trying to make sure citizens of Montana and the true owners of public lands are completely informed concerning the request of the Americ...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    April 25, 2018

Lisa Myers opens Kitchen Cabinet and Counter business in Big Sandy

There is a new business in town. Lisa Myers is excited to open a Kitchen Cabinet and Counter Top showcase in down town Big Sandy. And she knows her stuff. Lisa received her degree in Interior Design...

 

Big Sandy Art Students go to Montana Art Intersch

Recently, Miss Jaramillo has taken six students from the Big Sandy High School on an art trip known as Montana Art Interscholastics (MAI). Basically this trip was a series of art workshops for high...

 
 By Tyler Lane    News    April 25, 2018

Green Acres

Cattle Facilities Educational Program at Lost Lake Ranch Darrin Boss Northern Agricultural Research Center (NARC) Assistant Research Professor in Animal Science and Cory Parsons, NARC Operations Manager will be visiting the Lost Lake Ranch on May 10...

 

Dare Graduation

I watched as every student of the FE Miley Grade School come into the gym and sat on the floor to watch the 6th grade graduate from Dare, an intense training, by a Chouteau County Sheriffs Deputy for...

 

March Book Club report

By Anne Denning “The sunshine gleams so bright and warm, The sky is blue and clear. I run outdoors without a coat, and spring is almost here. Then before I knew it, Small clouds have blown together, Till the sun just can’t get through them, And...

 

Third Grade is Money Savvy

The 2018 3rd grade class just completed the Money Savvy Kids program sponsored by National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors MT-North moderated by Pat Matthew. The programs help to...

 
 By Leslie Gregory    News    April 25, 2018

Senior Center News

The Senior Center now has a Facebook page, they post the days menu and the soup of the day. Please check it out and like the page. Menus for the week: Thursday, April 26- Hamburger Deluxe, French Fries, fruit, and maple sticks. Friday, April 27-...

 
 By Leslie Gregory    News    April 25, 2018

Pioneer News

Thursday, April 26- Elementary Spring Concert at 7 p.m. Mid-term Friday, April 27- There is School this day, and it’s also the Carnival. Also Jr. High has a track meet. Saturday, April 28- HS track travels to Great Falls for a meet. Monday, April,...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    April 25, 2018

Big Sandy Activities Power Award Nominations

The Power Award, created by Big Sandy Activities, and was designed to encourage all students to empower their classmates, teammates, and community members. It was designed to reward those students who encourage not demean, to reward team effort not...

 

Patching Cracks

Last week, my four year old son sat in my lap one afternoon and told me: “Dad, I’ve decided to be a pastor, just like you, when I grow up. I’ve started practicing already.” When I asked him how he was training to be a pastor, he told me he...

 

My Answer

Q: I know I ought to read the Bible, and I’ve tried, but I’ve always been a poor reader, and finally I just gave up. Does God think I’m a bad person? A: God knows both what you can do and what you can’t do—and He doesn’t get angry with...

 

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