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Articles from the October 23, 2019 edition

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 By Kalee Rose    News    October 23, 2019

New School App approved to go Live

There was good attendance at this month's school board meeting. All the trustees were there, along with representatives from the student council and booster club. The student council has been working...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    October 23, 2019

Hawks, Hawks, everywhere a Hawk

Hawks are numerous during the summer; in fact, large numbers will follow a tractor as it works the fields ready to dive to pick up a meal in a small rodent. However, this fall, after our first winter...

 

New Electrician in Town Turtle Electric

Turtle Electric, journeyman Patrick Ulano grew up in Detroit Mich. He moved to Montana in 2010. He had been working in GF, but he needed to come home to Havre where his family is. He also needed to...

 

Green Acres

Managing horticultural landscapes and house plants in November is important to healthy production during the growing season. Below are a few recommendations for Chouteau County gardeners. • Apply protective mulches to perennial beds. • Use a...

 

Principal Wolery's, Postive Pioneer Praises

There are so many great things going on at our school and I think it’s high time I shout it from the rooftops! I’ll be sharing some Positive Pioneer Praises each week in the paper. My first praise goes out to our students, the heart of our...

 

NILE takes place in Billings

The NILE (Northern International Livestock Exposition) was formed in 1966. In 1967, at the Public Auction Yard, they hosted an event that showcased Montana's livestock business. In 1968 there were...

 

Patching Cracks

One of the hardest parts of professional pastoring is ministering to families in times of loss. It is hard because our natural inclination when folks are hurting is to try to fix it. We want to make the sorrow stop, but it’s impossible. You can’t...

 

Senior Center News

Thursday, October 24- Chicken Strips, tots, green salad with veggies, and fruit.Friday, October 25- Vegetable Soup with Tuna melt sandwiches. Monday, October 28 BBQ Pulled Pork sandwiches, Coleslaw, and Oatmeal cookies. Tuesday, October 29- Baked Zit...

 
 By Janell Barber    News    October 23, 2019

Getting By

Having trouble falling asleep? Has someone suggested taking a bath before going to bed to help you fall asleep? Have you found it to work? Here is a brief explanation of why it is believed to work. Studies have found taking a bath approximately 90...

 

Weight loss support group

Having trouble falling asleep? Has someone suggested taking a bath before going to bed to help you fall asleep? Have you found it to work? Here is a brief explanation of why it is believed to work. Studies have found taking a bath approximately 90...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    October 23, 2019

Support Group for Parents with Children

There is a new Parent Support Group starting in Big Sandy. It is for parents of kids with medical and special needs. Rachel Baumgarn is starting the group. According to her she has discovered once again, that Colby and her, raise their children with...

 
 By Robin Colyer    News    October 23, 2019

Hunting a family tradition

Traditions are a constant within a family. We live such busy lives, and things change so rapidly. Traditions allow us to live in the moment and enjoy what our families have created. Family traditions...

 
 By Kalee Rose    News    October 23, 2019

Fish and Game Check point set up throughout MT

TJ Allderdice has taken an interest in a career with Fish and Game. Since Big Sandy is located close to the river, our community has a lot to do with wildlife and the laws that protect it. To begin his career, Tj is interning at a hunting...

 

Avoid These 10 Common Hunting Mistakes

Each fall tens of thousands of Montana men and women spend anywhere from a few hours to several weeks hunting. Most have a wonderful time; a few run afoul of the law. Here are 10 problem areas, courtesy of Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks game...

 

Regulations changes and clarifications to keep in mind for hunting season

Please note that a few language changes and clarifications were included in the 2019 hunting regulations. Those changes include: Archery Equipment (MCA 87-6-401) Addition to legal Hunting Bow wording: • Camera devices attached to bows for the sole...

 

Access: Ask early, don't wait

Montana’s millions of acres of private land offer some excellent hunting opportunities—the only catch is gaining the landowner’s permission to hunt. It is Montana law that hunters obtain landowner permission to hunt on all private land. Here...

 

Lady Pioneers net win, 3-1, against the Thunderbirds

The Big Sandy Lady Pioneers volleyball squad traveled Monday, Oct. 14, to Hays and picked up their first road win in 6C East district play. Big Sandy improved to 2-6 in the league and 3-8 overall in m...

 

Pioneer football had a Bye week

The Pioneers varsity (7-0) enjoyed a bye week as the spoils of their victor status in the division. They are slated to go Saturday to Dutton and square off against the Power-Dutton-Brady Titans (6-0) to determine the No. 1 seed from the North into...

 

Volleyball will celebrate Parent's Night, Friday, Oct.25

This Friday, October 25th, the Big Sandy volleyball team will be having their last home game of the season. Tradition will follow through and the team members will be announced and give flowers to their loved ones and supporters. The volleyball...

 

JH Pioneers finish football season undefeated

The Big Sandy junior high football team finished its season undefeated, capping the year with a Chili Feed win on Friday, Oct. 12, against Heart Butte. Serving as an opening act for their varsity counterparts’ dominant win against the visiting...

 

River Ramlings- South

Growing seasons are unpredictable in most parts of the country, and living here by the Missouri River is no different and sometimes worse! We always plan to plant our seeds in the garden around the 10th of May. Then we plant our plants and seedlings...

 

Suicide touches home

Over the third weekend in September, my high school class (‘69) celebrated our 50th reunion in the Bay Area of California. We were a class of about 250 students. I was quite a bit more socially inhibited in those days, so I pretty much kept to my...

 

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