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Articles from the September 22, 2021 edition

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 By Zoe Merrill    News    September 22, 2021

Kandi Marino Benefit slated for October 9th

Kandi Marino needs a kidney transplant. They need $10,000 down before they even put her on the list., and she’ll need more after the surgery. Kandi has lived in Big Sandy for 36 years, and she calls it her hometown. She’s seen how people treat ea...

 

The Public House has delicious BBQ in Fort Benton

If you're looking for delicious barbecue in the area, you can't go wrong visiting The Public House in Fort Benton. The Public House offers a range of smoked meat options, prepared by their resident...

 

Shamrock Hotel a part of Big Sandy History for over a 100 years

After 9 years in the town of Big Sandy, my family and I took a major step toward becoming permanent Big Sandy residents by purchasing a house of our own. We feel particularly blessed to have bought...

 
 By Tyler Lane    News    September 22, 2021

Green Acres

The following article and study were completed by Ben Hauptman, MSU Extension Granite County. In summer 2020 the active ingredient indaziflam (RejuvraTM) was approved by the Environmental Protection Agency for use on rangelands, CRP, and natural...

 

Erik is fundraising for kids' cancer research

A couple of months ago, I wrote an article about my upcoming participation in the Great Cycle Challenge. I am about a week away from finishing my fourth year of riding in the largest cycling event in...

 

BSHS Track Awards Announced

It may seem peculiar to be reading an article about track in September when athletic awards are handed out in May. However, with the track season in full swing at the time of the athletic awards...

 

Patching Cracks

The first pastor I remember knowing was at the church I started attending as a teenager. Pastor Mike was very down to earth. He drove a beat up old car that I remember him having to push start on more than one occasion. When I was 13 or 14, I heard...

 

Medical Guild Raffle tickets still for sale

The Big Sandy Medical Guild has postponed the Rummage Sale and Pie Social, due to rising concerns of increased COVID-19 cases, but the fundraising efforts will continue through the sale of raffle tickets. Proceeds will be earmarked for much-needed...

 

Senior Center News

Menu Thursday, September 23 - French Dip sandwiches, french fries, and jello. Friday, September 24- Pulled Pork nachos and cookies. The remainder of the menu was not available at press time. Recipe of the week: German Beef Rouladen Ingredients ...

 

Linda J. Dumas

Linda J. Dumas, 78, passed away at Big Sandy Medical Center on Sunday, September 19, 2021. Cremation has taken place, and memorial services will be held at a later date. Holland & Bonine Funeral Home has been entrusted with arrangements. Please... Full story

 

Thoughts with Zoe

Taking time for me I can't remember when I last took a vacation just for myself. My sister, Dena, asked me if I wanted to go to Yosemite with her for a week. I jumped at the chance because I have...

 

Pioneers defeats Refiners 32-12

The Big Sandy Pioneers, still plagued with the loss of starters due to injuries and illness, came up with a solid 32-12 win over Sunburst Refiners. In the first quarter, the Refiners scored the first touchdown for six and no conversion. The Pioneers...

 

Big Sandy Volleyball gets in the win at Hays/Lodgepole, they fall to CJI

The Pioneer Ladies Volleyball team beat Hays in three sets on Friday night. According to Coach Brittany McKenney “It was a good confidence boost for the girls to get another win under our belt. Keira Oats really stepped up to the plate and led the...

 

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