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Articles from the September 18, 2019 edition

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Fog over the Missouri

Beautiful morning at river....

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    September 18, 2019

Emily Sparkes agriculture guest from England

Jim and Marla Drga opened their home to Emily Sparkes, an agriculture guest from England for two and a half weeks. She said, "I thought I should just come over and just see a different scale of...

 

New English Teacher at Big Sandy High School Ms. Shaela Wallen

Sometimes in life, things seem to fall into place. That would seem to be the case with new Big Sandy High School English teacher Shaela Wallen. Her boyfriend Drew Shanafelt had just been offered a...

 
 By Bryan Smith    News    September 18, 2019

From the eyes of a visiting Journalist

Editor Note: I met him walking down the streets of Big Sandy. Bob Quinn introduced him to me. Bryan Smith had 25 years of experience in journalism. I was intrigued. He had attended the University of M...

 
 By Tyler Lane    News    September 18, 2019

Green acres

Pre-seeding fertilizer tips for farmers Clain Jones, MSU Extension Soil Fertility Specialist Presented at the Montana Agricultural Business Association last winter in Great Falls. The majority of the presentation contained a variety of fertilizer...

 

LIFT Fitness in Billings

l to r: Carissa Ray, Rebecca Wiehe, Bailey Gasvoda, Gwen Ophus, and Renee Leader, headed to Billings for the Festivus Games a CrossFit competition. They are all members of the LIFT gym in Big Sandy....

 

Ninety-seven Years Young

Celebrating birthdays is always fun, but gathering from far and wide to celebratIng a wonderful auntie's 97th birthday is extra special! This article is "old news" because the party took place in...

 

Senior Center News

Thursday, September 19-olish & Sauerkraut, mashe potatoes, bacon cauliflower salad. Friday, September 20- Taco salad with fry bread.Monday, September 23- Liver & Onions, scalloped potatoes, veggie, and cucumber tomato salad. Tuesday, September 24-...

 

Correction to Bob Denning Obit

In last weeks issue in Bob Denning’s obituary Anne Denning wife of Ken Denning, was accidentally left off the list of survivors. Bob Denning Funeral, 10 am graveside service with military honor guard at Kenilworth Cemetery on CBF Road. 11 am... Full story

 

Field Day Courses Added for Online Hunter Education Students

Fish, Wildlife and Parks Region 4 has added two additional field day courses in September for adults who are looking to complete the state’s online hunter education course. Both field day courses will be held the same day, Sept. 21. Adult online st...

 
 By Gay Pearson    News    September 18, 2019

Melons, Melons, Pearson Melons

After a summer of planting, irrigating, weeding, and cultivating, we are now enjoying the fruits of our labor. Yesterday we picked melons for three Farmer's Markets in our area. We spend many hours...

 

Getting By

As we age, our life circumstances and bodies change, and it becomes necessary to adapt our food intake accordingly. Many factors such as income, mobility and health issues and accessibility to food can have a profound effect on the level of...

 

Pioneers roll Mon-Dak Thunder 60-14

What a difference a year makes. The Big Sandy Pioneers exorcised any residual demons of its last matchup with the MonDak Thunder in a convincing 60-14 win Friday at Grenora, North Dakota. The Thunder, a co-op between Grenora and Westby, Montana high...

 

Lady Pioneers lose heartbreaker in Box Elder

The Lady Pioneers came agonizing close to their first league win Tuesday, Sept. 10, in Box Elder with a narrow fifth-set loss. The host Bears edged Big Sandy 25-23, (19-25), 25-(score unreported),...

 

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