Articles from the August 9, 2023 edition

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 By Zoe Merrill    News    August 9, 2023

First Bank Community Appreciation Lunch

For four years, the First Bank has served our small community. This year to celebrate their appreciation, First Bank asked Marie Jappe, owner of the Mint, to serve lunch on the bank's grass. Numerous...

 
 By Erik Sietsema    News    August 9, 2023

MAT to hold Company Auditions this season

Montana Actor’s Theater (MAT) is trying something new with their 2023-2024 productions. On Saturday, August 26th from noon to 5 pm MAT will be holding company auditions for the first half of the coming theater season. This is an opportunity for pot...

 
 By Erik Sietsema    News    August 9, 2023

Want to help your student memorize for school? Try this book

In the coming days, parents will engaging in the annual tradition known as school shopping. The school typically puts out lists to guide them in their efforts. This year, my daughter is leaving the...

 
 By Tyler Lane    News    August 9, 2023

Green Acres

Top Yielding Winter Wheat Varieties for Chouteau County MSU Agricultural Research Centers have one test plot for winter wheat in Chouteau County which is managed by MSU Northern Agricultural Research Center (NARC) north of Loma. A special thanks to...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    Opinion    August 9, 2023

Birthday girl, August 6

Since I was short on articles this week, I thought, why not find out why August 6 is a special day? I was born on August 6, 1952. But what I found out about August 6 that brought me much joy was it is also International Forgiveness Day. On August 6,...

 

Patching Cracks

When I moved to Big Sandy a little over a decade ago, I understood little to nothing about farming. When friends and neighbors discussed harvest, I didn’t properly grasp all of the implications of that part of the work year. On a few occasions, I...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    Opinion    August 9, 2023

Thoughts with Zoe

Finding Joy Recently I fell in love with a book called Laughing Through the Ugly Cry by Dawin Barton. I loved it because she could express clearly what I believe. Finding joy in my life and finding...

 

Do you love Big Sandy or find fault

It’s so interesting to listen to people talk about where they live. Sometimes they mention their neighbors or friends as the reason they love it here. Sometimes it’s the weather that makes them smile. People who have lived in larger populated are...

 

Gasvoda interns to learn Polymerase chain reaction

Hope Gasvoda is entering her Senior Year at University of Providence this fall, set to earn her degree in Forensic science Biology. She plans to continue on to grad school in pursuit of becoming a...

 

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