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Articles from the September 25, 2019 edition

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Beautiful beginning to fall

Harvest is over an the cooler weather is moving in, Fall in Montana has arrived....

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    September 25, 2019

Big Sandy Medical Guild Rummage Sale Oct. 3-5

Time to clean our closets and garages. The Big Sandy Medical Guild is holding their annual Rummage sale on Thursday October 3rd between 8:00-5:00; Friday October 4th with a Box Sale between...

 
 By Kaylee Rose    News    September 25, 2019

Auditions for Christmas play; October 1 & 3

Auditions are being held for Paul Boedel's play "A Seussified Christmas Carol. The auditions is being held October first and third at the Big Sandy High school auditorium, 4 o'clock in the evening to...

 
 By Kaylee Rose    News    September 25, 2019

The Talents and History of Steve Sibra

Steve Sibra is a very respected and talented writer. He was born in Havre and raised on 7 miles southeast of Big Sandy. His father Dana Sibra was the brother of William (Ray Sibra's father). Dana had...

 

New USDA-APHIS identification for Beef Cattle

New rules regarding beef cattle identification begin on January 1, 2020. The new rules transition the use of metal tags to radio frequency identification (RFID) tags. The goal of the transition is to improve traceability of livestock in case of...

 

Triangle Communications Annual Meeting on October 5th

Triangle Telephone Cooperative Association, Inc., doing business as Triangle Communications (Triangle), will hold its 66th Annual Meeting of Members on Saturday, October 5, 2019. The meeting will take place in the Student Union Building on the...

 

Big Sandy FFA is Top Notch

This last Monday, September 16th, the Big Sandy FFA Chapter held their annual fall banquet. The support of the community was represented by the amount of people who came and enjoyed the food and...

 

Senior Center News

Thursday, September 26-Cattleman’s Hoagie, fried mushrooms & onions with cheese, cottage cheese with fruit. Friday, September 27- Taco Soup. Monday, September 30- Chicken Enchiladas, green beans, Fancy green salad, and dessert. Tuesday, October 1-...

 

Volunteers Needed for Missouri River Cleanup

The nonprofit Friends of the Missouri Breaks Monument is seeking volunteers for a Missouri River cleanup on National Public Lands Day. The event will start at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 28, at the Chouteau County Fairgrounds canoe launch in Fort...

 

Health officials confirm first Montana case of severe pulmonary disease associated with vaping

RiverStone Health and the Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) have identified the first confirmed case of severe pulmonary disease associated with vaping in connection with the ongoing national investigation. The confirmed case is...

 

Patching Cracks

I recently watched an interview with Arnold Schwarzenegger where he talked about going from being a small, self-doubting kid to winning Mr. Universe 7 times. He described hanging photographs of boxers and athletes he idolized all over his room....

 

Glacier National Park Invites Public to Hawk Watch Training

Participants will learn about raptors and how to support the park's fall migration study West Glacier, MT – Glacier National Park kicks off the second annual Mount Brown Hawk Watch Program with a vo...

 

Pioneers swat away Hornets, go to 4-0

Big Sandy running back Kade Strutz scores a lot of touchdowns but not all are created equal. Already ahead 32-0 with less than a minute to play in the first half, coach Larry Jappe urged the Pioneers...

 
 By Erin Taylor    News    September 25, 2019

Big Sandy FFA news

This week we have had two successful FFA activities. At the Annual FFA Fall Barbeque on September 16th, the community was able to come help us kick off our year. We started with a potluck along with...

 

Road-weary Lady Pioneers come home

GILFORD -The Big Sandy Pioneer netters are sick of the bus. A duo of difficult defeats last week on the Hi-Line left the Lady Pioneer volleyball squad eager to hit the gym for a back-to-back-to-back...

 

Grade schoolers get kick out of soccer

My, how a soccer program for little people has grown quite big. About two-thirds of the children eligible are suiting up for Big Sandy Soccer this year. "I had to order a bunch more stuff," said...

 

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