Articles from the May 4, 2022 edition

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 By Zoe Merrill    News    May 4, 2022

Questions asked about Dog Ordinance

At the last city council meeting, there was once again the discussion about dogs running loose, and the question was asked about why we cannot fix this problem. Below you will find a section of the ordinance that deals with animals within the city...

 By Leah Griffith    News    May 4, 2022

BSMC Wellness Center Open House

Big Sandy Medical Center (BSMC) is celebrating the grand opening of its Wellness and Therapy Center with an Open House on Friday, May 13, 2022, 3:00-5:00 pm. BSMC created the Center to enhance care for our patients that use the medical center for...

 By Erik Sietsema    News    May 4, 2022

Help Keep Our Town Clean-Bag Your Trash

Every Spring brings with it the powerful chinook winds that fill main street with tumbleweeds and knock out the power on occasion. Another consequence of the Spring windstorms is trash blowing from...

 By Zoe Merrill    News    May 4, 2022

A celebration of talent

In the 49 years I have lived here, I have never experienced such a show of Big Sandy's talented artists. A Week of Art filled the fireman's hall completely! It was amazing to see the talent I have hea...

 By Tyler Lane    News    May 4, 2022

Green Acres

Insecticide-Resistant Alfalfa Weevils Found in Bighorn County Kevin Wanner (MSU Extension Entomologist) informed Extension that the alfalfa weevil (Hypera postica) has developed resistance to pyrethroid insecticides in Bighorn County. He also put...

 By Erik Sietsema    News    May 4, 2022

Music Program rounds out Art Week with Dessert Concert & Spring Concert

The school music program played its part in last week's "Art Week" activities. Both the Elementary and High School made noteworthy contributions to the activities. Last week, the High School held a...

 By Erik Sietsema    Opinion    May 4, 2022

Patching Cracks

Around 17 years ago I was hired to work as a chaplain at a metal health facility for kids. I had been a youth pastor for a number of years and was decent at working with kids. That was about all I had going for me, apart from interviewing well. I...

 News    May 4, 2022


HELENA – Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is taking a new approach to the fishing regulations review and development process. The new process will be simpler and allow the department to be more responsive to public input and resource needs. The bigge...


Letter to the Editor

I’m moved to write this letter of appreciation to the local pastoral community for their continued efforts to address suicide by sponsoring the weekly National Suicide Prevention Hotline advertisements in The Mountaineer. It’s important to note...

 By Ann Denning    Opinion    May 4, 2022

An Unmentioned addiction

We are all too familiar with the serious, devastating addictions pervading our society. The one happier addiction hardly ever mentioned is that of the bookaholic. The bookaholic draws little interest as they conduct their addiction behind closed...

 By Zoe Merrill    Sports    May 4, 2022

Busy week for the Pioneer track team, 3 meets in all

Many track meets were canceled, but they are sure making them up now. Last week they had three track meets, one in Havre, one in Chouteau, and one in Great Falls. I love watching track when the...


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