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Articles from the November 14, 2018 edition

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Veterans honored at School Program

Big Sandy students put on a wonderful Veteran's Day program Monday afternoon. They sang patriotic songs like "America the beautiful" and "I am A Yankee Doodle Dandy". The High School choir and band...

 
 By Kody Farmer    News    November 14, 2018

Chouteau County Voters turn out in huge numbers for General election

The 2018 General Election saw record turnout all across the nation, the state of Montana and Chouteau County as voters swarmed to the polls to vote in the mid-term election. Overall it was tied with 1994 as the most voted mid-term election of all...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    November 14, 2018

The Brumwell's have enjoyed living and teaching in Big Sandy for 40 years

Larry and Chris Brumwell have been teachers in our schools since the fall of 1978. That's 40 years of teaching. Larry was born and raised on a farm in Power, Montana. Chris was born in Iowa and lived...

 

Cowboy Christmas Stroll Updates! Griswold Party, Craft Bazaar and Auction Items

It’s that time of year again to get in the spirit of Christmas! The community of Big Sandy and the Big Sandy CSI (Community Service and Improvement) group is excited to start making Big Sandy look like a Christmas village, dripping in Christmas lig...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    November 14, 2018

Roberta Edwards Designs the "Cowboy Christmas" adult buttons

Roberta Edwards wanted to design a button making sure the rope was an integral part of the design knowing the CSI Country Christmas was using rope as a central decorating point in the Cowboy...

 

Big Sandy Music Department Selling Chocolate

It’s that time of year again. As the snow is starting to fall and the winter holidays are coming up, the Big Sandy music program is beginning their favorite fundraiser. The world’s finest chocolates sales are a delicious fundraiser with many...

 
 By Tyler Lane    News    November 14, 2018

Green Acres

Annual weed out competing Cheatgrass was recently found in Lewis and Clark County Ventenata (Ventenata dubia (Leers) Coss. Family: Poaceae) is commonly known as wiregrass or North African grass. Ventenata is a non-native winter annual grass that has...

 

Getting By

In keeping with National Diabetes Month in November, I wanted to share a free diabetes cooking and meal planning resource. It is called Diabetes Food Hub™ and is available at www.diabetesfoodhub.org. The American Diabetes Association just released...

 

Senior News

Thursday, November 15- Chicken & Potato Casserole, broccoli, and Caramel apple salad. Friday, November 16- Patty Melt Sandwich, vegetable soup, and Lemon Loaf Bread. Monday, November 19- Hawiian Pizza, green salad, and Chocolate chip cookies....

 

Patching Cracks

Anthony Hopkins once played C.S. Lewis in a movie. C.S. Lewis is the most quoted Christian author of the 20th century and one of my favorite writers. The movie, The Shadowlands, tells the story of Lewis’ brief marriage to Joy Davidman, who was...

 

Thoughts with Zoe

I can’t help but comment about our responsibilities as citizens of this state and our great nation following the mid-term elections. It was a great turnout, but it can’t end there. Whether your candidate won or lost it is our responsibility to...

 

Additional Raffle Winners from the Medical Guild Rummage

- Five pounds of hamburger from the Grocery Store donated by Harvey and Demrece Keller was won by Diane Edwards - Five pounds of hamburger from the Grocery Store donated by Harvey and Demrece Keller was won by Jim Stave - Five pounds of hamburger...

 

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