The Big Sandy Mountaineer -

Articles from the August 5, 2020 edition

Sorted by date  Results 1 - 12 of 12

Attention Chouteau County Residents

We have just been notified our our 4th active case of Covid 19. We are in the process of notifying and quaranting contacts. Please be safe and now that we have four cases the Governor’s Mask directive applies in this county. Masks will be worn for...

 By Erik Sietsema    News    August 5, 2020

The Montana online library service

The Montana online library service, Library 2 Go, is a useful service that many Big Sandy locals have grown to love. This was especially the case during quarantine when trips to the library were shut down and trips to book stores were fewer and...

 By Erik Sietsema    News    August 5, 2020

Farmers To Families: Providing relief to families in the Community

I approached the parking lot of Big Sandy Church of God, watching as cars quickly filled the parking lot and the roadside. Half a dozen volunteers run to cars carrying boxes of food and checking...

 By Tyler Lane    News    August 5, 2020

Green Acres

• Water trees three times a month in addition to watering your lawn. • Deep watering to a depth of 12” inches below the soil surface is recommended. Saturate the soil around the tree within the “dripline” (the outer edges of the tree’s...


Dear Editor

Talk is always cheap, but it seems even cheaper when it comes from the lips of Senator Steve Daines. Daines claims to be an advocate for Montana producers so much that he sounds like a broken record, but when push comes to shove, is he really there f... Full story


Patching Cracks

I learned basic car repair in college after buying a beat up old car for $250. Armed with a repair manual and a basic tool set from Sears, I took on all manner of simple repairs. Along the way, I learned quite a few lessons. One of the most...

 By Janell Barber    News    August 5, 2020

Getting By

Quick Pickles Maybe canning cucumbers for pickles is not for you but you still have those fresh cucumbers? An easy alternative is to make quick pickles in the refrigerator. Great tasting, very easy and ready in a few hours! Try this recipe for a...


Senior Center News

Wednesday, August 5- Bourbon Chicken over rice, veggie, coleslaw, and poke cake. Thursday, August 6- Salisbury steak, fried potatoes, veggie, and Pretzel salad. Friday, August 7 -French toast with Starwberr syrup. sausage links, and eggs. Monday,...

 By Erik Sietsema    News    August 5, 2020

Big Bud get new shoes

Big Bud has gotten a shiny new pair of shoes, or more accurately: four new pairs of tires. The World's Largest Tractor, which calls Big Sandy home, was outfitted with brand new tires for the first...

 By Bryanna Goodman    News    August 5, 2020

Facts about human trafficking

Nelson Mandela once said, “There is no keener revelation of a society’s soul than in the way in which it treats its children.” Child Sex trafficking is an ugly secret that many in America refuse to accept, or acknowledge. Human Trafficking is...


I do love art

Sarah Suru says, "I do love art. I kind of grew up with it so.... My greatest influence was my mom. She was doing it since I was little." Mrs. Mangold was Sarah's art teacher at Big Sandy High...

 By Sean Janssen    Sports    August 5, 2020

Fall sports proceeding, with caution

Preparations for a Big Sandy Pioneers fall sports season are geared toward maintaining as regular a program as the COVID-19 pandemic will allow, according to state and local authorities. At press time, Big Sandy Schools Athletic Director Melanie... Full story


Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2020