Articles from the August 31, 2022 edition

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 By Zoe Merrill    News    August 31, 2022

Firemen's Concert was well attended, raising $24,000 for area Fire Departments

It was a very successful Fireman's Auction at Loma this last weekend. The auction, which goes into the general fund to help pay for the event, brought in over $10,000. Overall they raised over $24,000...

 
 By Erik Sietsema    News    August 31, 2022

MAT performs Macbeth for Shakespeare in Beaver Creek

The Montana Actor's Theater production of Macbeth ran for three showings in Beaver Creek State Park over the weekend of August 25th through the 28th. The choice of venue and scale of the production...

 
 By Erik Sietsema    News    August 31, 2022

FFA & 4H Senior Spotlight: Jaycee Worrall

Incoming Big Sandy High School senior, Jaycee Worrall, excelled in this year's County Fair FFA competitions and her 4H leadership project entry. This year, she entered a steer named Gerald and a pig n...

 
 By Tyler Lane    News    August 31, 2022

Green Acres

September Horticulture Management Managing horticultural landscapes in September is essential to healthy production during the growing season. Below are a few recommendations for Chouteau County gardeners. • The average first frost is September 15...

 

Big Sandy Medical Center Expanding Services

First, I have to say, as the Interim CEO for Big Sandy Medical Center, how much I’ve appreciated the warm welcome and engaging conversations with so many of you already and looking forward to meeting others of you as the weeks go on. And it’s...

 

Patching Cracks

One of the most common debates surrounding Jesus and his ministry revolved around the sabbath. The sabbath refers to the Jewish practice of not working on the last day of the week. It is important enough that it is actually mentioned in the 10 Comman...

 

Main Street Update!

When asked the status of the storm drain project, he said, "It's a mess!" And then he laughed. They are still on target; instead of paving the east side when scheduled, they decided to pave both...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    Sports    August 31, 2022

Pioneer Volleyball off to a winning start

The Lady Pioneer Volleyball team won and won and won. Coach McKenney said, "What an incredible way to kick off our season! I am so proud of my girls. The defense on both sides of the court was so fun...

 

Pioneers Outgun the Hornets 46-6

Big Sandy opened the 2022 football season with a 46-6 romping of White Sulphur Springs on Friday night. Kody Strutz put together a string of impressive runs on the opening drive of the game, before...

 

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