Articles from the December 20, 2023 edition

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The Gift of the Magi

ONE DOLLAR AND eighty-seven cents. That was all. And sixty cents of it was in pennies. Pennies saved one and two at a time by bulldozing the grocer and the vegetable man and the butcher until one’s cheeks burned with the silent imputation of parsim...

 
 By Tyler Lane    News    December 20, 2023

Green Acres

How Do We Improve Percent Calf Crop Weaned? Percent calf-crop weaned is of paramount economic importance in a cow-calf operation. Selection, mating and management to improve reproductive efficiency are all important areas to improve percent...

 

Big Sandy Medical Services Foundation needs your help

Big Sandy Medical Services Foundation’s annual fundraising drive for 2023 is nearing a close having raised $7,955 as of December 16th. The Medical Foundation would like to thank the community for their ongoing generous support in their mission to...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    December 20, 2023

Music filled the night-Elementary Concert

It's always the same. A wonderful celebration of Christmas is the Elementary Christmas Concert. This year was the biggest turnout. The auditorium was almost full. It started with the 4th-grade class...

 

Thoughts with Zoe

Christmas 2023 I can’t help but stop my hectic life and think about what I need to do for Christmas. Once again, I didn’t get decorations up, once again, no letters, no Christmas cookies, and I still don’t have all my presents bought. But I...

 

Patching Cracks

Christian author, Jeanette Lockerbie once shared an anecdote about her daughter: “Four-year-old Martha, hugging a doll in each of her pudgy little arms, looked wistfully up at her mother and said, “Mamma, I love them and love them and love them,...

 

Pioneer Wrestler Compete in all Class Meet

The Pioneers had another successful weekend of wrestling. With a warmup on Thursday night at Fort Benton, the girls’ and boy’s teams made a strong showing at the CMR Holiday Classic. The Holiday Classic is an all-class AA to C across Montana....

 

Lady Pioneers win twice in battles

Travis Baumann, Head Coach wanted to recognize the JV’s efforts “We started the day off with the JV girls playing an excellent game. They passed the ball very well on offense, and played aggressive defense. It was an amazing game to be a part...

 

Pioneer boys will continue to work hard

The Pioneer boys had a tough weekend, losing both games, but there was a lot of light in both games, and some positive things happened. They still fought hard, and battled until the very end. They...

 

Santa Letters

Mary’s Little Lamb Daycare Hi Santa, My name is Luke Terry and I am 4 year old. I have been good thisyear but sometimes a little bit naughty, is that ok? I do help my sister carry heavy rocks and I can fix broken toys. Some other nice things I do...

 

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