Articles from the June 14, 2023 edition

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 By Zoe Merrill    News    June 14, 2023

The city council, no 4th of July celebration and Pool ready for season

As always, there is an opportunity for citizens to bring an issue before the council. This time at the city council meeting, information about July 4 was presented. There will be no July 4th...

 By Erik Sietsema    News    June 14, 2023

MAT Brings Shakespeare's Twelfth Night to Beaver Creek Park

The Montana Actor's Theater (MAT) closed out its theater calendar year with three showings of Shakespeare's 12th Night in Beaver Creek State Park over the weekend. This year's Shakespeare production w...

 By Dan Schrock    News    June 14, 2023

Big Sandy Schools to hold imformation meeting about lack of Bus Drivers

On behalf of your school district, you are cordially invited to attend an information meeting at the Big Sandy High School on 6/22/23. This meeting will focus on the upcoming school year and the lack...

 By Tyler Lane    News    June 14, 2023

Green Acres

Loma Field Day Will Take Place on July 12 MSU Northern Agricultural Research Center (NARC) and MSU Extension Chouteau County will be hosting a field day on July 12 at 10:00 a.m. The location will be ½ mile east of the Lyle McKeever residence...


Correction to City Election

Danielle Weaver will be an unfulfilled term of 2 years in Ward 1 (Not Ward 2 as previously reported). Jon Sheehy will be running for an unfulfilled term of 2 years in Ward 2. (He was originally in Ward 1 and not due for election until 2025. But he...


Ruth Elizabeth Kuusisto

Ruth Elizabeth Kuusisto of Whitehall passed away Saturday afternoon, April 1, 2023 in Continental Care and Rehab Center in Butte, Montana. Ruth was born on September 17, 1935 in Great Falls to John & Mary Jorgenson. Ruth had 2 brothers John & Marten,... Full story

 By Erik Sietsema    Opinion    June 14, 2023

Patching Cracks

In the book of Mark, there is a story about Jesus coming into a town where he is quickly surrounded by huge crowds of people. As He walks through the town, with the crowds pressing in from all sides, he is approached by a woman. This woman had a...

 By Jessica Ophus    News    June 14, 2023

Community Health Improvement Week

In 1962, a plan was devised to build a medical center in the Big Sandy Community. The folks recognized that keeping a doctor around was vital for the town. They knew a sure way to do that was to provide a space for them to work with patients needing...


Monkey Business

Recently there was a song running through my mind. I couldn’t place it. So, I delved into youtube to see where the words would lead me. The words that kept repeating in my head were “ Too much monkey business.” I was surprised to find this song...


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