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Articles from the July 28, 2021 edition

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 By Zoe Merrill    News    July 28, 2021

School Funding Difficult to understand

This first article about school funding is my attempt to try in a small part to explain to all of us how Big Sandy School is funded. I might need to rewrite this article to explain further if I get a small portion wrong. I was given 38 pages title...

 
 By Erik Sietsema    News    July 28, 2021

Help Erik Kick Cancer's Butt

Throughout the month of August, I will be riding in the Great Cycle Challenge to help raise money to fight children’s cancer. The Great Cycle Challenge (GCC) is a national fundraising effort on behalf of the Children’s Cancer Research Fund (CCRF)...

 

Senior Barracudas take their final lap

Big Sandy Barracudas had six senior swimmers, which means they have five senior swimmers and one that will not swim in the future. Four of them will be going to state next week to swim for the...

 
 By Erik Sietsema    News    July 28, 2021

Bob Nelson tells Tales & Tails about Fishing

Big Sandy Library's summer schedule of "Tales and Tails" events continued last week with an educational presentation from local speaker, Bob Nelson. Bob spoke on water, the freshwater habitat,...

 
 By Tyler Lane    News    July 28, 2021

Green Acres

Foraging worker ants sometimes enter homes in search of food, and if they find an indoor food source, the workers will leave chemical trails for other workers to follow. Food found either indoors or outdoors is carried to the nest to feed the...

 

Letter to the Editor

Throughout my life I have always been able to express my gratitude to others and have never really felt the true meaning of “words cannot express my thankfulness” until recently. Since our accident, I am finding it difficult to find the right...

 
 By Erik Sietsema    Opinion    July 28, 2021

Patching Cracks

During the pandemic lockdowns, I spent part of the summer teaching through the book of Daniel on Zoom. This summer, I am preaching through the book on Sunday mornings because it seems like it speaks directly to some of the fears and anxieties we are...

 
 By Janell Barber    News    July 28, 2021

Getting By

It is no new concept to say each one of us reacts differently in stressful times. When faced with tough situations, many factors control the physical and emotional responses we have as individuals. It may not always make sense to view how others are...

 

Senior Center News

Menu Thursday, July 29-Beef-n-Bean Burrito, Spanish Rice, and fruit. Friday, July 30- Sub Sandwiches, chips, fruit, and dessert. New Menu was not available at press time. Recipe of the week: Blackberry Cobbler Ingredients ½ cup white sugar 2 tablesp...

 

Big Sandy Barracudas Silver at Divisional Meet

The Big Sandy swimmers placed second at the Western Divisional Swim Meet held in Conrad this weekend. The team scored 559 points, which qualified 26 of the 27 Barracudas to swim in the AA division at...

 

DPHHS, FWP Join Forces to Promote Water Safety

Over 300 life jackets donated to FWP Kids Don’t Float program HELENA – Lt. Governor Kristen Juras, Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) Deputy Director Laura Smith, and Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) Director Hank Worsech were...

 

Stage 1 fire restrictions are in effect on all FWP properties in Hill and Roosevelt Counties

This follows Stage 1 restrictions already in place in Sheridan, Valley, Phillips, Richland, Choteau, McCone and Garfield Counties in Region 6 GLASGOW- In response to dry, warm weather that could increase the danger of human-caused wildfires, Montana...

 

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