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Important Story: Cornelia Knottnerus

Researched by Zoe Merrill Editor’s note: Our lives make a difference. The Big Sandy Mountaineer should be about collecting stories from the people in the Big Sandy area. When I was told about Cornelia Knottnerus, after her death, I was reminded...

 

TALES OF OLD BIG SANDY "Sex, Drugs, Rock n' Roll and Lawrence Green: How I Survived the 1970's"

Like a lot of people, I have fond and nostalgic memories of my high school days. Well, at least I have memories. I can't even estimate how many people I know these days who say they can't remember...

 

Senior Profiles

Faith Gasvoda Faith is the daughter of Pete Gasvoda and Marla Olson Shulund Some words from her mom: Faith is an intelligent, ambitious, and hard-working young lady. She has always loved animals. One...

 

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Ryan Roth Ryan is the son of Richard W Roth and Jeri Proulx Roth and Sheri Vinion Roth and David Allderdice. Some words from Jeri: Ryan Roth calls Big Sandy his home. He has grown up on his family...

 

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Brooke Schwenke Brooke Marie Schwenke is the oldest sibling of Chris and Miranda Hass Schwenke. Brooke has 3 sisters Haley, Taylor and Filly. Brooke will be attending MSU-N in the Fall. She will be ge...

 

Happy Mother's Day from the Kindergarten

Mrs. Weaver’s Kindergarten Class was asked the following question… What do you love about your mom? Thea- Mom is fun because she pushes me on the swings. Kanin- I love my mom because she is sweet. Makenna- I love my mom’s snuggles because they...

 

How the Prairie Anemone Got its Fur Coat

Editor's note. The early spring flower the crocus gets its name from the English. The French called it the pasque flower. While prairie children called it the gosling. The Indians had a "perfect"...

 

Celebrating young artists; Ryan Roth and Faith Gasvoda

Monika Winderl Big Sandy High School art teacher is impressed with the talent of the Big Sandy students. This month she chose two other students to display their art in the Mountaineer. Faith Gasvoda...

 

4th & 5th grade classes New Year's Resolutions

4th Grade Astrid Ketchum When The New Year comes I’m ready to go back to swim team each year. I want to get better at my swim team events. My goal is to beat my toughest competition, Audrey Young. Colter Han Learn to skate board. Get roller...

 

Dear Santa Letters

Mary’s Little Lambs 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...

 

Thanksgiving in Montana comes with rich dollop of history

Published in the Missoulian Nov 28, 2013 By its very definition, Thanksgiving means that we should look back on the past as we gather together with family and friends. The first recorded Thanksgiving in what became Montana took place in the isolated...

 

River Ramblings North

There are many homesteads here at Pearson Ranch along the beautiful picturesque Missouri River. The Johnson's, Bakers, Coopers, among many other names, lost in the sands of time. There are no longer...

 

The Mystery of the Three Missing Girls

Hello class. As you know, its Halloween. I’m Jenna, and my book report is about the Mystery of the Three Missing Girls. So, it all started about 40 years ago on this day. There was a girl named Sarah, another girl named Maddie and another girl...

 

CCPA presents: Dennis Stroughmatt et l' Esprit Creole

Chouteau County Performing Arts, in partnership with River Market in Fort Benton, present Dennis Stroughmatt et l' Esprit Creole on Saturday October 26th at 7 PM at the Fort Benton Elementary School...

 

Big Sandy Library sharing their love of sewing with kids

Our small town library has taken a hobby and turned it into an event for all ages. Last month, they held a kid's sewing activity and they are doing it again this month. An advanced sewing class will...

 

New @ the Jeff Reichlet Library

Liar liar By Lisa Jackson In death, Didi Storm is finally getting the kind of publicity that eluded her in life. Twenty years ago, the ex-beauty queen worked the Vegas strip as a celebrity impersonator, too busy trying to make it big to spare much...

 

New @ the Jeff Reichelt Library

Celtic Empire By Clive Cussler, Clive Cussler, “The Grand Master of Adventure,” sends his intrepid heroes Dirk Pitt and Al Giordino on their wildest, boldest mission into the ancient world, unlocking extraordinary secrets and solving hideous...

 

New @ the Jeff Reichelt Library

Sleep No More: Six Murderous Tales , By P.D. James It’s not always a question of “whodunit?” Sometimes there’s more mystery in the why or how. And although we usually know the unhealthy fates of both victim and perpetrator, what of those...

 

End of summer Party at Library

This summer the local library has held summer reading programs for kids of all ages. The library always encourages involvement in learning and reading. This summer, the kids have gone beyond their...

 

New @ the Jeff Reichelt Library

Sleep No More: Six Murderous Tales By P.D. James It’s not always a question of “whodunit?” Sometimes there’s more mystery in the why or how. And although we usually know the unhealthy fates of both victim and perpetrator, what of those...

 

New @ the Jeff Reichelt Library

The Girl in the Glass Box By James Grippando Miami attorney Jack Swyteck lands in the heart of the contentious immigration debate when he takes on the heart-wrenching case of an undocumented immigrant who fled to America to protect her daughter and...

 

Summer Food Program to take place Thursdays at Noon prior to start of Summer Reading

In conjunction with the Chouteau County Community Coalition and Backpack Buddies Program, the Jeff Reichlet Memorial Library will be serving lunch on Thursday afternoons, through August 1st, before the Summer Reading Program. No restrictions or...

 

Summer Library Programs

For the first time in Big Sandy the Big Sandy Library will sponsor a lunch program that coincides with the summer reading program. Librarian Darlene Cline wrote and received a small grant from the Chouteau County Community Coalition and the...

 

Summer Reading and Events @ the Library

The Jeff Reichelt memorial Library invites you to join us for their Summer Reading Programs. They start June 11 and will run until August 2. Pre-K Story Time and craft is on Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. and Kindergarten through 6th grade story Time is...

 

New @ the Jeff Reichelt Library

The Enemy of My Enemy by W.E.B. Griffin, William E. Butterworth IV A month ago, Cronley managed to capture two notorious Nazi war criminals, but not without leaving some dead bodies and outraged Austrian police in his wake. He’s been lying low...

 

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