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Articles from the June 10, 2020 edition

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 By Zoe Merrill    News    June 10, 2020

Grizzly Bear spotted outside Big Sandy last week

Nathan Keane usually gets up, lets the dog out, and then makes coffee for himself. For some reason, on Wednesday, June 3rd, he went directly to the kitchen to make himself some coffee. Nathan looked...


Barracudas to hold meet this Saturday

The Big Sandy Barracudas, under the direction of coaches Travis Baumann and Connie Reichelt, are back in the pool for their 9th season as a team. 36 swimmers are on the team this year and while they have taken to the pool to begin their summer...

 By Zoe Merrill    News    June 10, 2020

Lift Opens in Phase Two

Lift was required to close its doors on March 19th by the state of Montana because of COVID-19. Their doors were closed for 74 days and just opened this June 1st again. Lift is a CrossFit...

 By Zoe Merrill    News    June 10, 2020

Summer Reading at the Jeff Reichelt Library

It was fun to discover Mother Goose walking the streets of Big Sandy. Even more fun to see that she had ways to encourage the kids to read. According to Mother Goose, "This year's Summer Reading theme...

 By Tyler Lane    News    June 10, 2020

Green Acres

MSU Agronomists (Richard Engel, Clain Jones, and Simon Fordyce) have put together a document on Soil Acidification Management. The document is available online at the following URL:


Triangle Communications Annual Meeting on October 3rd & October 17th

Triangle Telephone Cooperative Association, Inc., doing business as Triangle Communications (Triangle), is planning to hold its 67th Annual Meeting of Members in a new way, with one northern meeting and one southern meeting. The meetings will be...

 By Zoe Merrill    News    June 10, 2020

Big Sandy Booster Club Meeting

The Booster Club met for the first time in four months. The essential discussion was probably the call to parents who care about their children's activities to get involved in supporting those...


George Gaylord Rice

George Gaylord Rice, age 87, passed peacefully, surrounded by loving family, March 25, 2020 at Big Sandy Medical Center of natural causes. A Celebration of life will be held in Big Sandy on Friday,... Full story


Charles A. "Charlie" Klunder

Charles A. "Charlie" Klunder, 86, passed away due to natural causes at the Big Sandy Medical Center on Thursday, May 21, 2020. Cremation has taken place, and at Charlie's request, no services will be... Full story

 By Janell Barber    News    June 10, 2020

Getting By

The past few weeks I have covered canning and freezing foods. An additional method of preserving food is dehydration. Dehydration of food is one of the oldest and simplest methods of food preservation. During the dehydration process, moisture is...


Senior Center News

Thursday, June 11 - Baked 3 bean casserole, Cauliflower casserole, and pudding. Friday, June 12 - Chef Salad Monday, June 15- Spagehtti, green beans, garlic toast, and Strawberry shortcake. Tuesday, June 16 - Pulled Pork Shepard’s pie, green...

 By Heather Wolery    News    June 10, 2020

Positive Pioneer Praises

On Sunday, March 15th Governor Bullock announced he was closing schools across Montana due to rising concerns about the Coronavirus. We had already planned to take the next day off as a snow day and we used it to make plans for how we would proceed...


TALES OF OLD BIG SANDY "Sex, Drugs, Rock n' Roll and Lawrence Green: How I Survived the 1970's"

Like a lot of people, I have fond and nostalgic memories of my high school days. Well, at least I have memories. I can't even estimate how many people I know these days who say they can't remember...


How to set Healthy Goals

Today’s article is going to be short, because I just want to challenge you. I want you to find a piece of paper, or poster board or even use a cool computer program. And here are some things I want you to do and/or think about. I want you to write...

 By Erik Sietsema    Opinion    June 10, 2020

Patching Cracks

I’ve spent the last few months studying the book of Daniel in the Old Testament. Most people are familiar with the story of Daniel being tossed into the lion’s den as a death sentence, only to be saved by God. That’s really just a minor...

 By Zoe Merrill    Opinion    June 10, 2020

Thoughts with Zoe

Summer 2020 Challenge One of my favorite songs, because my mom and brother, both gone now because of cancer, loved it: Summertime, an' the livin' is easy.Fish are jumpin' an' the cotton is high. Oh,...


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