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 By Zoe Merrill    News    November 13, 2019 

A Seussified Christmas Carol opens November 22

This years’ play, what a delightful phrase to say, will be presented on November 22 and 23 at 7:00 pm both nights. Big Sandy has the wonderful opportunity to enjoy a Christmas tradition in the watching of a Christmas Carol initially written by...

 

Frost Feathers

Photo was taken by Darin Genereux a frosty morning on his car. it is perfect for the freezing tempetures we are having this week. He put an artistic effort into the frost....

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    November 13, 2019 

Big Sandy's CSI Stroll "Merry Grinchmas"; Sleigh Bells Ring

The Grinch's sleigh was a simple wooden snow sleigh. The only thing that made it unique was the size of the load it carried. Sleighs have always been a part of the Christmas décor. This year the...

 

Homecoming Update: Things are Lining Up

Pioneer Heroes Homecoming 2020 has a deadline approaching. The program committee needs to have your video, audio, or written “Hero Submission” by November 18. Winter will be the perfect time to line up the program so you can all have an...

 

Wells Fargo coming down

If you happened to be down town on Friday afternoon the last remains of Wells Fargo was taken down. I was able to get a few of the letters so even though Wells Fargo is gone... "WE" still...

 
 By Tyler Lane    News    November 13, 2019 

Green Acres

Free Gardening Management Calendars available at Extension Office The 2020 Urban IPM calendars are packed with monthly information on how to take care of your yard & garden, along with photos from horticulturists around the state! Get yours today by...

 
 By Anna Bold    News    November 13, 2019 

Booster club continues to support local projects

A note of thanks was received from the volleyball team for the purchase of new balls and a ball rack. New Pioneer Gear is available at Hair I Am. An order for additional children and adult clothing...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    November 13, 2019 

Pioneer Pride Rotary Made

Rotary originally bought the Pioneer banners for Homecoming but decided to put them up for the football and volleyball playoffs. They will stay up until the playoffs are over-two more weeks. They...

 
 By Janell Barber    News    November 13, 2019 

Getting By

Mindful Eating How many times have you done something and cannot remember what happened or what was said? Have you even found that you cannot remember what you had to eat a few hours ago? Our minds wander due to deadlines, upcoming events and other...

 

Hunter Harvest Near Average for Elk, Whitetail Deer Despite Unsettled Weather

Despite weather that’s windy and warm one day, then cold and snowy the next, hunters on the Rocky Mountain Front west of Augusta are taking home elk and white-tailed deer at numbers near or above long-term averages, a state wildlife biologist...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    November 6, 2019

First Bank of Montana coming to town

I wanted to visit with someone from First Bank about the bank coming to Big Sandy and had the opportunity to talk to Dean Comes, President, Dona Harrison, Manager of Deposit Operations, and Megan...

 
 By Serena Cator    News    November 6, 2019

A Vet Remembers

It was almost the end of my 12-hour shift when the call came in. As soon as you heard the voices on the radio, you knew something was different, and something was terribly wrong. I was the S2...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    News    November 6, 2019

Big Sandy's CSI Stroll "Merry Grinchmas" Button Designers

What's coming? "And what happened then? Well...in Whoville they say that the Grinch's small heart grew three sizes that day!" The Big Sandy Annual Christmas Stroll's theme this year is Merry...

 

Taken from the May 24, 1917 Mountianeer Northern Montana State Bank to Have New Home

The Northern Montana State Bank has decided to erect a new home this summer, and work will commence as soon as possible on the new building. The new structure will stand on the same site as the bank now occupies, and the old building will be removed...

 
 By Tyler Lane    News    November 6, 2019

Green Acres

Sampling of hay is essential to livestock management. Hay sampling is best accomplished with a hollow core probe consisting of a stainless-steel tube and a sharp cutting end. The Chouteau County Extension office has a hay probe available for check...

 

North Central Montana Stockgrowers meet November 16

North Central Montana Stockgrowers Association is an organization that represents the growing needs of the North Central Montana area producers through education, legislation, and informing area...

 

What's Happening at BSMC?

A big CONGRATULATIONS to the Nursing Staff for winning the third Annual BSMC Staff Costume Contest! Halloween is a big deal around here, and the 2019 holiday did not disappoint. The nursing staff...

 

Senior Center. News

Thursday, November 7- Pork Roast with apple sauce, fried Potaotes, veggies and Cottae Cheese. Friday, November 8- Chili & Cinnamon Rolls. Monday, November 11-Veteran’s Day $10.00, Roast Beef, mashed POtaotes, carrots, jello, Spinach Starwberry...

 

Region 6 Havre Check Station Results after Opening Weekend of General Hunting Season

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks’ Havre hunter check station was active over the weekend (Oct. 26-27) of general deer and elk opener, with the number of hunters checked a little below average. This was the third weekend that the check station has...

 
 By Janell Barber    News    November 6, 2019

Getting By

Food allergies, intolerances, sensitivities…..is there a difference? These terms are often confused to mean the same thing. It comes down to the immune system versus digestive system. Food allergies are a reaction by the immune system and can be...

 
 By Kalee Rose    News    October 30, 2019

Trunk or Treat is back this year! Children of the Corn-Dog Truck

Every Halloween for the past four years, Patti Pegar has used her food truck to give out corn dogs to the community. It has become a tradition between her and her husband, Don Pegar. The first year in 2014, they gave out hot dogs, and every year...

 
 By Kalee Rose    News    October 30, 2019

St. Margaret Mary's Catholic Church celebrates a Harvest Dinner

St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church held its annual Harvest Dinner this Sunday, October 27th. With fantastic food and lots of people, it sure is quite the event. This dinner has been going on for 50+ years, and it’s a great way to get the community...

 

Big Sandy High Schools "Don't Be Tardy!" policy explored

The "new and improved" tardy policy has taken some getting used toAt Big Sandy High School. It was believed that 2019 was a year of change, and the Tardy Policy seems to be the most significant among...

 
 By Tyler Lane    News    October 30, 2019

Green Acres

The MSU Extension non-soil agricultural fumigation manual for private applicators (EB0229) is available at the Chouteau County Extension office. Many fumigants are classified among the most toxic pesticides currently available for use. Accidents are...

 

Halloween Happenings at BSMC

We are batty for Halloween here at the Medical Center! This is such a fun event for our staff and our residents. We encourage everyone to join us in the festivities. It all started in early October...

 

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