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Montana gives the Gifts of Beautiful Sunrises

Monday morning on Main Street Big Sandy....

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    December 19, 2018

Giving a Gift of life this Christmas

For every pint of blood donated three lives are saved. You can give blood this Christmas on Thursday, December 27 from 1:00- 7:00 PM. To make an appointment, call the American Red Cross at...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    December 19, 2018

Elementary students give Christmas Food Baskets

After spending a month of asking about individual Christmas memories, it became very obvious that most of our memories are around food while sitting with family celebrating and laughing. So, the Christmas Food Baskets are more than just supplying a m...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    December 19, 2018

Christmas Eve Services a Gift Given at Christmas

When we talk about what gifts we got, we hardly remember the physical gifts given to us over the years. When we talk about what kind of gifts we want to give we talk about making time for loved ones,...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    December 19, 2018

Christmas Memory Part 3: Christmas presents aren't always the ones wrapped in paper and bows

The upstairs bedroom had some wooden steps to the dining room. The living room was closed off during Christmas because there was no heat in the room, so all six of the dining room chairs where...

 
 By Tyler Lane    News    December 19, 2018

Green Acres

Gardening tips for the Winter Season January is a time to promote healthy trees and house plants. MSU Extension has a few important recommendations for the cold winter months. • Poinsettias do best when house temperatures are consistent and placed...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    December 19, 2018

Saturday Night in a Small Town

Sometimes you can hear comments like there isn't anything to do in Big Sandy. This Saturday the opposite was true. It was a full of activities. Starting with Erik Sietsema's Open House- book...

 

Mountaineer Photo Contest update

The Mountaineer announced a 2018 Photographic Contest with four categories: Community People, Agriculture Activities, Community Activities, and Nature (Scenery/or Animals) Photos could be either be in color or in black and white. Each photographer...

 

Getting By

Do not let the fun and joy of friends and family gatherings be ruined by being sick from eating foods which were improperly cooked, cooled and/or held at improper temperatures. Here are reminders about preparing and keeping food safe: • Clean hands...

 

Senior News

Thursday, December 27 - Hot Roast Beef sandwiches, carrots, and Jello. Friday, December 28- Chili and Cinnamon rolls. Monday, December 31- Potato Soup and Crab salad sandwiches. Tuesday, January1- The Senior Center will be CLOSED Recipe of the week:...

 

My Answer

Q: I lost my wife to cancer. She was a wonderful Christian lady and I find my anger and resentment toward God unbearable. Why would He allow this to happen? A: From the writings of the Rev. Billy Graham The Bible tells us to be thankful to God in...

 

New @ The Jeff Reichelt Library

Unsheltered, By Barbara Kingsolver Willa Knox has always prided herself on being the embodiment of responsibility for her family. Which is why it’s so unnerving that she’s arrived at middle age with nothing to show for her hard work and...

 

Patching Cracks

This morning is the first time I have sat at my desk, in my office, in a little more than a week. My wife and I just got back from a vacation week in Hawaii a celebration of our 20th wedding anniversary (which was technically back in July). Every...

 

BSHS Senior Awarded Grant to Study Snow Pollution

Tyler Schwarzbach, a senior at Big Sandy High School has been awarded a grant from the Dr. David W. Baker Memorial Student-Science Foundation to study Glyphosate concentrations in snowfall....

 

Ice Fishing Season is Beginning, Anglers Encouraged to Practice Safety

It’s that time of year when ice anglers will be heading out to Montana’s waters for the ice fishing season. Ice fishing is a great winter activity that the entire family can enjoy. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks reminds anglers that safety...

 

Chinook, Fort Benton sweep Pioneers as District 9C play gets underway

The Big Sandy Pioneers had a rough go of things on the hardwood this past week as both the girls and boys dropped a pair of contests to the Fort Benton Longhorns on Friday night and then to the...

 

Wrestling Results for the Pioneers

Thursday, December 13- Fort Benton Mixer Bailey Genereux, Freshman, won 1 lost 1 in the #126 Dillin Geyer, Sophomore, won 2 lost 1 in the # 160 Friday, December 14- CMR Holiday Classic, an all class tournament Bailey Genereux, won 0 lost 2 Dillin...

 

"Twas the Night before Christmas Break"; submitted by Mrs. Worrall's 6th grade class

By Alex Worrall “Twas the day before break, when all through the halls, All students were anxiously climbing the walls; The lockers were open- Kids combing their hair, In hopes that some snowflakes would soon fill the air, Kids were excited to...

 

Santa Letter

Mary’s Little Lamb Daycare Dear Santa, Hello! My name is Georgia. I am 3 years old. This year I’ve been pretty good! The nicest things I did this year were share my blanket with Hudson and let Lauri in my room kind of. I hope you, Mrs. Claus and...

 

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