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Articles from the July 21, 2020 edition

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 By Zoe Merrill    News    July 21, 2020

Big Sandy School's Phased Reopening Discussion

The plan to open Big Sandy schools is still in the discussion format. They have asked every parent to take a survey on the Big Sandy School's Web site. It is important to have parents input before the...

 
 By Erik Sietsema    News    July 21, 2020

Opening the high school for public use: not yet

“So, how many times a week does someone ask you about the gym reopening?” I asked Kelly Haaland, the superintendent of Big Sandy Schools. I’d talked to enough school employees to know that it was a hot topic that had prompted a lot of...

 

Governor Bullock's Mandate the use of face coverings

COVID-19 has led to a once-in-a-century pandemic. More than 3.2 million Americans have been infected, and more than 135,000 have died. In the last month, active cases in Montana have risen from 55 to...

 
 By Tyler Lane    News    July 21, 2020

Green Acres

MSU Agriculture research centers have three test plots for winter wheat in Chouteau County. Research plots are managed by MSU Western Triangle Agricultural Research Center (WTARC) south of the Knees, MSU Northern Agricultural Research Center (NARC)...

 
 By Serena Cator    Opinion    July 21, 2020

Uncertain Times

My son has recently asked me, “why do people say the expression ‘uncertain times’ when they talk?” I explained to him that we have a new normal...and we may never go back to the way it used to be. These “uncertain times” have everyone...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    Opinion    July 21, 2020

Thoughts with Zoe

I thought I would share “Lighting Up the World” by Tyler Perry, instead of trying to rewrite the subject and doing it poorly. Enjoy! “I’VE BEEN DOING a lot of building over the past few years. I’ve learned that, according to the commercial...

 

Wesley Wilford Berlinger

After a long battle with cancer, Wesley Wilford Berlinger went to his eternal home on July 15th surrounded by his wife and son in their home. Wes was born in Havre, MT to Wilford and Eileen (O'Malley)... Full story

 

Martha May Pleninger

Martha May Pleninger, 89, passed away due to natural causes on Tuesday, July 14, 2020, at Benefis Medical Center in Great Falls. Cremation has taken place, and graveside memorial services and a... Full story

 

Dr. William "Kim" Brady

Dr. William "Kim" Brady of Loveland, Ohio, age 68, passed away on June 20, 2020, from an 11 week battle with pancreatic cancer. Kim was surrounded by his wife, Whitney Brady, daughters Kelly (Ryan)... Full story

 

Senior Center news

Wednesday, July 22- BLOOD DRIVE- Sub Sandwiches, chips, salad, Snickerdoodle cookies. Thursday, July 23 - Pork Roast, fried potatoes, veggies, and fruit. Friday, July 24 - Taco salad with fry bread. No-Noodle Zucchini Lasagna Ingredients 2 large...

 

The Stress Impact Of COVID-19: 5 Ways To Cope And Protect Your Health

The millions of infections and hundreds of thousands of deaths that the COVID-19 pandemic has brought globally are creating stress over everything from personal health to employment, lifestyle, and finances. Given these difficult circumstances, it...

 
 By Erik Sietsema    Opinion    July 21, 2020

Patching Cracks

One of my favorite books by C.S. Lewis is The Screwtape Letters, which is written from the perspective of a demon named Screwtape instructing another demon on how to tempt a young man into hell. It’s one of my favorites, because Lewis has a keen...

 

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