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Articles from the July 6, 2022 edition

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 By Zoe Merrill    News    July 6, 2022

Work on Main Street to start July 5

The town of Big Sandy held a regular meeting on June 22nd. Every council member was present, along with two members of the public. The SWPP (stormwater pollution permit) has finally come through. ACME is updating the construction schedule. The counci...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    July 6, 2022

Kelly and Jody Haaland say goodbye

It's early morning when I write this, and the birds are singing loudly. I love the mornings because it's a new day, and possibilities are just beginning. Kelly and Jody Haaland have lived here for...

 

Baumgarn steps down from City Council

Mayor Shaud Schwarzbach presented Colby W. Baumgarn a plaque at the June 22 meeting in appreciation for his service and dedication a Council Member for the Town of Big Sandy 2007-2...

 
 By Erik Sietsema    News    July 6, 2022

A look back at Independence Day

This week, we are celebrating our Independence as a nation. It is easy to say that we are living in “interesting times” where so many things seem to be in flux and conflict between our fellow Americans simmers hotter and hotter. Divisions along...

 
 By Erik Sietsema    News    July 6, 2022

Big Sandy Schools welcome new superintendent

Dan Schrock, Big Sandy Schools' new superintendent, arrived in town over the 4th of July weekend. Dan has been working in Montana for a few years, but is originally from Michigan. "I grew up in lower...

 
 By Tyler Lane    News    July 6, 2022

Green Acres

Winter Canola Research at Montana State University Decision time is fast approaching for winter canola seeding. Genetic technology has improved and some producers in Montana are having success with winter canola. Dr. Perry Miller, Cropping Systems...

 

Football Field gets a Facelift

The home of the Pioneers football team is sporting a new look, thanks to the efforts of several volunteers in our community. The field and track were previously lined with railroad ties, installed by...

 
 By Erik Sietsema    Opinion    July 6, 2022

Patching Cracks

Most people know Daniel in the Bible from the story of the lions’ den. The account of that event takes place in the 6th chapter of the book, when Daniel was around 70-years old. He had spent his entire life up until this point working in the...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    Opinion    July 6, 2022

Thoughts with Zoe

"Summertime and the living is easy," as the song goes. Not for our farmers and ranchers, but maybe for the children of the community. It could be that I'm getting older, but more children are riding...

 

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