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Cantaloupe Crunch recipe

This is the first time I've written about a recipe, and it could very well be the last. I'm not a big fan of cooking and when I have to fend for myself it's the basic stuff and, often, not very well ...

Michelle Sather shares her "one in a million" cancer story

Michelle Sather, of Harlem, shared her cancer survivor story last week with the Cancer Support Group. The support group meets monthly at the Chinook Senior Center to hear information from the latest...

Governor Bullock shares in Fort Belknap recognition event

Governor Steve Bullock was at Fort Belknap last week at a celebration of successes through Montana's Indian Country Economic Development Grant Program. The governor was officially welcomed by George...

Alliance Church: Celebrating a baptism at/in Beaver Creek

The Chinook Alliance Church held its annual church campout and baptism last weekend at Beaver Creek Park south of Havre. It's the eighth similar outing since Reverend Dennis Findorff came to the...

Chinook Fire Department now aided by new lightning detection system

The Chinook Volunteer Fire Department now has access to a "highly detailed advance weather portal complete with SMS (text message) warning alerts." UBIMET, an Austrian-based global weather...

Harlem Library

Story Hour and Books and Babies will not meet the rest of August. Lego Club will meet on Aug. 25 at 6 P.M. in the meeting room. The Book Challenge for August is to read a book set in the future or the distant past. “The Charmers” is a new novel...

Sugarbeeters look to start strong at Malta Invitational this weekend

The Chinook Sugarbeeters have been dominate the past several years winning a fist full of District 6C East Conference and District championships. The team has qualified for the Northern C Divisional ...

Northern C welcomes Hays/Lodge Pole, Chinook and Harlem ready to roll

The Hi-Line and especially Chinook has been blessed with some great football the past several years. The Sugarbeeters have been at the top of the field for quite some time having won Class C Eight-man State Football championships in 2010 and 2015...

Wildcat football will be fun to watch this fall, at home September 2nd vs. Shelby

Kelly Mills returns for his second season at the helm of the Harlem Wildcat football team. A season ago Mills fielded a very young team and began the season with just 16 kids on the roster. "We were...

'Beeters ready to make another run at the Northern C, host Centerville Saturday

Another season of Chinook Sugarbeeter football is upon us. Practice has been going strong and with two-a-days behind them the players that make up the 2016 version of the Chinook Sugarbeeters are...

Harlem begins 2016 volleyball season this weekend at the Malta Invitational

The Harlem Wildcat Volleyball team has been practicing for just over a week now and look forward to getting to play matches against other opponents. They will get that opportunity this weekend when...

Wildcats Cross Country teams open in Poplar

The Harlem Wildcat cross Country team has been very successful the past few seasons qualifying boys and girls teams for the state meet. Last year Head Coach Hope SpeaksThunder took six boys to the...

Northern B & C volleyball begin season this weekend

The volleyball season is once again upon us as gyms across the high-line will be filled with action as the 2016 season gets underway Friday. Teams were able to practice for the first time on Friday, August 12 and after two weeks of practice and...

Bear Paw Meanderings

I was at the Big Sandy Senior Citizens Center the other day and the cooks were working on Polish sausage and sauerkraut for lunch that day. I had not thought about that dish for years and it looked simply wonderful. It brought back memories of my...

Hogeland Happenings

Wally and Loretta Beck went to Havre on Friday and visited at the Steve Zellmer home. They met their new baby, Harper Marie. They enjoyed visiting with Steven, Lesley, Addilyn and Norah while there. Diana Maloney and Linda Hauge visited Harlan and...

Patti Marie Hagfeldt (Harshman)

Chinook, MT Patti Marie Hagfeldt (Harshman), of Laurel, was born September 22, 1956 in Havre, MT to Maurice and Arlene Harshman. She passed away unexpectedly on the morning of August 12, 2016. Patti ...

SPORTS

'Beeters ready to make another run at the Northern C, host Centerville Saturday

Another season of Chinook Sugarbeeter football is upon us. Practice has been going strong and with two-a-days behind them the players that make up the 2016 version of the Chinook Sugarbeeters are...

NEWS

Alliance Church: Celebrating a baptism at/in Beaver Creek

The Chinook Alliance Church held its annual church campout and baptism last weekend at Beaver Creek Park south of Havre. It's the eighth similar outing since Reverend Dennis Findorff came to the...

NEWS

Cantaloupe Crunch recipe

This is the first time I've written about a recipe, and it could very well be the last. I'm not a big fan of cooking and when I have to fend for myself it's the basic stuff and, often, not very well...

NEWS

Governor Bullock shares in Fort Belknap recognition event

Governor Steve Bullock was at Fort Belknap last week at a celebration of successes through Montana's Indian Country Economic Development Grant Program. The governor was officially welcomed by George...

SPORTS

Harlem begins 2016 volleyball season this weekend at the Malta Invitational

The Harlem Wildcat Volleyball team has been practicing for just over a week now and look forward to getting to play matches against other opponents. They will get that opportunity this weekend when...

NEWS

Michelle Sather shares her "one in a million" cancer story

Michelle Sather, of Harlem, shared her cancer survivor story last week with the Cancer Support Group. The support group meets monthly at the Chinook Senior Center to hear information from the latest...

SPORTS

Sugarbeeters look to start strong at Malta Invitational this weekend

The Chinook Sugarbeeters have been dominate the past several years winning a fist full of District 6C East Conference and District championships. The team has qualified for the Northern C Divisional...

SPORTS

Wildcat football will be fun to watch this fall, at home September 2nd vs. Shelby

Kelly Mills returns for his second season at the helm of the Harlem Wildcat football team. A season ago Mills fielded a very young team and began the season with just 16 kids on the roster. "We were...

SPORTS

Wildcats Cross Country teams open in Poplar

The Harlem Wildcat cross Country team has been very successful the past few seasons qualifying boys and girls teams for the state meet. Last year Head Coach Hope SpeaksThunder took six boys to the...

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