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Articles from the September 5, 2018 edition

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 By Zoe Merrill    News    September 5, 2018

Concussions are a concern and are taken serious

Speaking from experience. This winter I fell hard on some ice and landed on my head. Embarrassed I crawled to the nearest bench. Amy Sibra saw me fall and came over to me and gently insisted I go to...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    September 5, 2018

Pioneer Spirit, is alive and well at Big Sandy High School

Pioneer Spirit shows up! It was a fun week visiting kids who know what it means to have the Pioneer Spirit supporting them. Football victory brought out the best. Parker and Brock Proulx had a great g... Full story

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    September 5, 2018

Bob Quinn and a 30-pound Watermelon

When asked why he does so many unique things, Bob Quinn laughed, and then said, "It's fun for me! It's my hobby. It's what I do for recreation. First, I try to have lots of ideas, in case some turn...

 
 By Tyler Lane    News    September 5, 2018

Green Acres

Tree Q & A per the Chouteau County Extension Office • Why did two of my cottonwoods turn yellow in late July? According to Eva Grimme (MSU Plant Disease Diagnostician), symptoms are consistent with Marssonina leaf spot. Symptoms include dry, browni...

 

Big Sandy Rotary Receives 501(c)3 status from the Internal Revenue Service

After years of paperwork, meetings with accountants, and reviewing the bylaws of the organization, the Big Sandy Rotary Club recently received official notice from the IRS that they have been awarded a 501(c)3 exemption status. There are several...

 

Letter to the Editor

Kim Sheehy a Big Sandy Hero Every town has its heroes. Some of those heroes everybody knows, others do their work so no one knows. That is what Kim Sheehy did. She quietly did her advocating for people with Developmental Disabilities for over 20...

 

New @ the Jeff Reichelt Library

Heartbreak Hotel by Jonathan Kellerman Alex Delaware and Milo Sturgis investigate the death of Alex’s most mysterious patient to date in the sensational new thriller from the master of suspense, #1 New York Times bestselling author Jonathan...

 

Senior News

Just a reminder to please call before 10:30 am. For to go orders. Thursday, September 6- Hamburger Mc Bake, carrots & peas, Jello, and bread. Friday, September 7- BLT sandwich, Bean soup, and pudding. Monday, September 10 -Shepard’s Pie, mixed...

 

Reminder in the Field this Hunting Season: Be a Good Steward of the Land

Although most hunters respect the land, property, and wildlife they are hunting, many others do not. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks would like to remind hunters and all outdoor enthusiasts to be...

 

My Answer

From the writings of the Rev. Billy Graham Q: As a student of archaeology, I am studying what is called the myth of the great flood. My professor says that anyone who truly believes this account fails to believe truth by evidence. What can I say to...

 

Big Sandy plays well at Cascade Volleyball Tournament

The Big Sandy Pioneer Volleyball team had a busy week on the court with a match against the Chinook Sugarbeeters on Thursday and then two days of tournament play at the Cascade Badger Invitational....

 

2017 Track MVP's

Bailey Gasvoda and Ryan Roth were rewarded their 2017 MVP awards at the recent 2018 Booster Club Kick Off. Last year the track season wasn't very long due to difficult spring weather. It wasn't even...

 

Pioneers gets forfeit win over North Star, face MonDak Friday

The Big Sandy Pioneer football team picked up another win on the young season to improve to 2-0. The win however did not come the way Coach Terry and his squad would have liked as the North Star Knights forfeited the contest leaving the team without...

 

Cold Hard Cash Concert in Fort Benton

Chouteau County Performing Arts is proud to announce the opening of our 2018-2019 season, with the popular, crowd pleasing favorite, Cold Hard Cash, on Saturday, September 15th, at the Agricultural Ce...

 

Bear Stories and interesting observations

Volume 13, Issue 6 of Montana Lifestyles Magazine featured a story entitled "Arthur." It described how a chihuahua called Arthur savagely charged and drove off a large black bear who was stalking my d...

 

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