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Local EMS providers learn new protocols and refine existing skills

Thirty local Emergency Medical Service (EMS) providers spent a recent Sunday learning new protocols and skills, practicing and refining existing skills and participating in a Megacode simulation....

MT Tourism grant provides $22,000 toward indoor event center at fairground

The Blaine County Fair Foundation was notified last week that it was awarded a $22,000 Montana Tourism grant to be used toward construction of a proposed indoor event center at the county...

Sanitary John: Tales of a centenarian

Reporter's note: Many locals will likely remember John "Sanitary John" Herndon who served as the Blaine County Sanitarian from April, 1953 to February, 1983. His tenure was just a couple months short ...

Werk repeats as Spelling Bee Champion

Riley Werk an eighth grader at Hays/Lodge Pole School had already proven she was a great speller by winning the Blaine County Spelling Bee as a seventh grader. Last Tuesday Werk spelled 'Timely' in...

Harlem Senior Center

Thank You to Jerry Schmitt and Rose Noel for the snow shoveling assistance on several days. Hey Seniors - There are many activities to do here at the Center in small group format, jigsaw puzzles,...

Tornadoes Celebrate Homecoming

Coronation of Royalty was held recently for the 2017-2018 Homecoming at Turner High School. Four high school boys and girls were delegates for the festivities. Last year's reigning queen and king,...

Turner students host Valentines Dinner to help with DC Trip

This group of students from Turner High held a Valentine Dinner to raise money to go to DC in the coming future. They, along with their adviser, Mrs. Heather Jorgenson and their parents, made a...

"Fighting Fire for Your Neighbors" program presented in southwest Blaine County

The Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation's (DNRC) Northeast Land Office and volunteer fire departments in Blaine County recently sponsored a training program to help non-trained...

Turner Talk

Bill and Mary Hake attended Tornado basketball over the weekend and the Valentine dinner held at the Lutheran Church on Sunday. Don and Bonnie attended the last home game of the season this weekend and the DC group Valentine dinner on Sunday....

Hogeland happenings

Mike and Crystal Grabofsky, Cooper and Lucy and Shawn Beck were dinner guests at Loretta and Wally Beck’s on Tuesday. Kathy and Ed Zellmer attended the bsketball games in Turner on Tuesday, Turner vs. Chinook. They were some good games. Dusty and...

Harlem enters District 2B as No. 2 seed, Turner No. 3 in the District 9C

The Turner Tornadoes were the big winners the final week of the regular season for area girls basketball teams as they picked up a pair of wins over the Chinook Sugarbeeters 59-44 on Tuesday and the...

Sugarbeeters place two at State B/C Wrestling Tournament, Wildcats place one

The Chinook Sugarbeeter and Harlem Wildcat wrestling teams made their way to the Rimrock Auto Arena in Billings this weekend for the All-Class Montana State High School Wrestling Championships. The...

Sugarbeeters finish 14-0 in District 9C, earn No. 1 Seed at District 9C

The regular season has concluded for our four Blaine County high school boys teams and now the focus turns to the District Tournaments which begin today for the District 9C, and tomorrow for the...

Pearl Swan

Pearl was born to Frank and Talia (Tillie Trottier) Azure on October 17, 1934 in Ft. Belknap, Montana. She departed this world on February 6th at Northern Montana Hospital and went to a family...

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