Articles from the May 17, 2023 edition

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 By Zoe Merrill    News    May 17, 2023

Trauma and Mental Health

Trauma stands for teach regularly and understand more abundantly. Mental Health Month means we must learn more about mental health and try to understand it. Some facts concerning trauma in children. More than 25% of American youth experience a...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    May 17, 2023

Big Sandy is Full of talented musicians

Arts and Athletics Council is a new non-profit formed in Big Sandy to help support local youth activities unrelated to the school. An "IRC 501(c)(3) Organizations that are organized and operated...

 

Big Sandy is Full of talented musicians

A Spring Recital was held on May 9 at the Christ Lutheran Church; Piano instructors are TJ Bond, Michelle Danreuther, Nona Danreuther, Dianna Keane, Marla Ray, Susie Sant, and Jaycee Worrall. Marla Ra...

 
 By Tyler Lane    News    May 17, 2023

Green Acres

Yellow Alyssum is Becoming a Problem in lawns As a result of drought conditions, large patches of yellow alyssum are turning up in lawns across Chouteau county. Yellow alyssum (Alyssum alyssoides) is...

 

All Pioneer Tracksters headed to Divisionals

The weather was perfect for the Big Sandy Pioneers. The Pioneer track team traveled to Havre to compete in the District 9C track meet. The District track meet had eight teams that participated. The...

 
 By Jessica Ophus    News    May 17, 2023

The Tea at BSMC

Hats off to Lisa Sipler, and all the staff at BSMC that helped make Hospital Week one for the books. The week kicked off with Neon Day. A day full of colors as bright as the smiles on everyone's...

 

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