Articles from the November 22, 2023 edition

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BSMC Board Candidate Interviews

For three weeks you've been hearing about the role of the Board of Directors and the process for the upcoming election. It is finally time to meet the candidates. Each candidate offered a few minutes...

 By Zoe Merrill    News    November 22, 2023

Christmas Stroll: Shop local this Christmas

Shopping will be more challenging this year because everything costs more! Yes, you can get things cheaper at Walmart or by ordering gifts online, but buying local will help the entire community this Christmas. Local storefronts have a lot to offer....

 By Zoe Merrill    News    November 22, 2023

Finding the inspiration for Chirstmas

I needed inspiration this year, and Heather Dilworth and her mother, Lori Schiller, gave me just that. I can hear people now; it's not even Thanksgiving! But this year, I need to celebrate early....

 By Tyler Lane    News    November 22, 2023

Green Acres

Five Additional Activities Improving Cow Herd Profitability Paul Beck, Oklahoma State University State Extension Beef Cattle Nutrition Specialist Tight cattle supplies and record cattle prices are wonderful, but costs of production have also...


Patching Cracks

Over the weekend, I officiated the Celebration of Life (memorial service) for Ronald Christiansen. Anyone who has lived in Big Sandy for more than a few years knew Ronald and his twin brother, Donald, because the pair dutifully spent their days...


Times are hard

I know that what I'm about to say is an obvious statement, but have you all noticed how expensive things are nowadays? Fuel, groceries, clothes, literally everything. And anytime you want to find something cheaper from back in the day, it is now...


Luanne Lavold

Luanne was born March 20, 1954. The only daughter of Louis and Ann Beeler in Havre, MT. She was raised on the family farm near Big Sandy, MT with her three older brothers Gary, Ron, and Wayne. She... Full story

 By Brenda Yirsa    News    November 22, 2023

Yirsa; Working Equiation

At 65, riding my 20 year old Arabian mare, Candy, I did my first ever competition in the saddle this past summer. I even ended up in fifth place in my category. Cool. For the past few years I have...


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