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Articles from the June 15, 2022 edition

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 By Zoe Merrill    News    June 15, 2022

Senior Center is getting closer to opening

The next meeting of the Big Sandy Senior Center will be on June 20th at 5:00. The board members have been working on getting the final report from the accountant and hope to have it to present to the members. They will also have new by-laws for the...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    June 15, 2022

For the Love of our Library

I love our Big Sandy Library. It’s a new brand of the library. I remember going to Valley County Library, only to be “shhhh”! This library is full of life and laughter. That is not saying you can’t find a time when it’s quiet, but you’ll...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    June 15, 2022

Big Sandy's Yamaha Baby Grand Piano

It took three years. It started when Amanda Robertson was the music teacher at Big Sandy Highschool. She encouraged him to get one. His idea was that every pianist could play it in the area. Also, Dou...

 
 By Lindsay Boyce    News    June 15, 2022

O-Mok-See Time is Here

The Big Sandy Saddle Club kicked off their first O-Mok-See of the year on Wednesday night. Turned out to be a beautiful evening after some very much needed rain. We opened up with the entrance of our...

 
 By Tyler Lane    News    June 15, 2022

Green Acres

Adam Sigler (MSU Extension Water Quality Specialist), Marley Manoukian (MSU Extension Agent in Richland County) and Megan Van Emon (MSU Extension Beef Cattle Specialist) have written a useful resource for livestock producers. This MontGuide is...

 
 By Anne Denning    Opinion    June 15, 2022

Some Mothers

So much has been written about mothers and so much misunderstood. So many topics concerning mothers have not become newsworthy. We, as mothers, know this. It’s only been relatively recent that miscarriages have been acknowledged as the traumatic...

 

book Review by Michael

Sleight of Hand is a crime novel by Phillip Margolin. A private eye investigator from Washington D.C. named Dana Cutler is called to investigate a missing scepter in Seattle, Washington, but discovers that it’s a prank. But the case takes a turn...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    Opinion    June 15, 2022

Thoughts with Zoe

We can complain all we want about gas prices. We can't go places as we want. Our fast pace style of living must slow down. We can't afford to go 100 miles an hour. We can blame it on a wide variety...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    Sports    June 15, 2022

Swim Meet in Chinook was small but successful

One of the most incredible things about watching little swimmers make it down the 25-meter race is the huge smile on Coach Travis Bauman. I smiled at him, and he said, "How can you not smile!" Only...

 

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