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Articles from the September 9, 2020 edition

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 By Zoe Merrill    News    September 9, 2020

Two Months before Voting; Mail-in Ballots are safe

Lana Claassen, Chouteau County Clerk, from the Chouteau County Clerk and Reporters office, whose primary job is to ensure we have a fair and reliable voting process, is 99.99% sure voting is fair. Every person who is registered to vote has a...

 

Amy Terry: A new and special position

In a year with an unusually small number of staffing changes for Big Sandy schools, one major change isn't a new face. It's a well-loved teacher in a new role: Ms. Amy Terry has shifted to a...

 

Teaching music has it's challenges too

Running the school year safely during the COVID pandemic has been challenging and required significant precautions be taken. One of the courses that faces the biggest challenges in meeting safely is...

 
 By Tyler Lane    News    September 9, 2020

Green Acres

According to Laurie Kerzicnik (Montana State University Entomologist), grasshoppers continue to be an issue for several areas in Montana. Grasshopper infestations will continue to extend into the fall. High grasshopper populations this year could be...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    September 9, 2020

Rutledge's and Red Angus

Rutledges are not just my neighbor. Both Lance and Andrea Rutledge had impressive accomplishments in the Red Angus beef industry. Lance Rutledge was one of the 24 Nile Merit Heifer Program...

 

Patching Cracks

For the past 3 years, I have maintained a fairly rigid morning routine that began at 4 AM, when I would get out of bed, read for an hour, walk to the gym, and exercise. 6 months ago, the Covid lockdowns began and my carefully established routine fell...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    September 9, 2020

Kris Kulbeck helps design a "game-changer"

You may have all seen this on TV Friday night but did not realize Big Sandy’s own Kris Kulbeck partially designed it. The TV story was about technology using UV lights to Kill COVID-19 germs. Kart Kleen Technologies showcased the system, “Freq...

 

Thoughts with Zoe

2020 has been, at least to this point, quite a year! We tend to concentrate on what's wrong, I mean, what else can go wrong! We are trying hard not to step on people's toes, not to express an opinion...

 

Senior Center News

Menu Thursday, September 10- Sausage Stir fry with rice, fruit and bread. Friday, September 11- Crab salad, Cream of Potato soup. Monday, September 14- Baked Ziti, veggies, Garlic toast, and sheet cake. Tuesday, September 15- Chees burger DXL,...

 

River Ramblings South

Summer is nearly gone, and I cannot say I will miss much of it. I was dealing with back pain most of the summer, which definitely puts a damper on gardening and doing the work I usually enjoy. Generally, we have an enjoyable summer, busy working,...

 

Awards that were awarded to the 4-H and FFA members for the 2020 Chouteau County Fair

The following is a list of the 4-H and FFA member who received the top awards at the 2020 Chouteau County Fair and the businesses and individuals who generously sponsored the award. Top Rabbit Project – Faith Gasvoda – Sponsored by: Jay and Patri...

 

Lady Longhorns stampede over Pioneers, 3-0

The new kids on the block might just be the toughest kids on the block. The Fort Benton Longhorns left no uncertainty on the floor Friday night that they will challenge for a district crown, as they swept away visiting Big Sandy, 25-3, 25-5, 25-12....

 

Big Sandy Pioneers Pound the NorthStar Knights 42-7

Big Sandy made quick work of North Star, Saturday afternoon in Rudyard, beating the hometown Knights 42 -7. Overall it was a solid day of football for the Pioneers with Seniors setting the tone and...

 

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