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 News    May 23, 2018 

Congratulations Class of 2018

The Chinook High School graduating Class of 2018: Anne Reed, Brandon Morneau, Caleb Dumas, Carrie Hofer, Chelsie Fox, Colton Liddle, Erika Arnold, Erin Pula, Garrett Lowham, Hailey McMaster, Heaven...

 
 By Steve Edwards    News    May 23, 2018 

Mental Health Month celebration set for May 30 in Chinook

A celebration of Mental Health Month is set for the afternoon and evening of Wednesday, May 30. Organizers say the event will be staged “much like a health fair with information tables available all in one location. The fair will be followed by a...

 
 By Ginger Maddox    News    May 23, 2018 

Memorial Day Poppy Facts: DO YOU KNOW

THAT in the spring of 1919, amidst complete devastation, the poppies bloomed in abundance on the battlefields of France where so many of our men had fallen in battle, and that replica of this poppy has become the Memorial Flower of the American...

 
 By Jane Krass    News    May 23, 2018 

Hogeland happenings

Welcome home to Helen and Jim Billmayer.. Good to have our neighbors and community members back in the area. All the family has been to see them and they are enjoying catching up with the grandkids. Loretta and Wally Beck spent the weekend of May...

 
 By Diana Maloney    News    May 23, 2018 

Turner Talk

Kirsti and Max Cederberg were to Great Falls last Friday to spend an early Mother's Day with Nellie. Leneus Erickson went to Wyoming a week ago with Shannon Downing for his grandson, Dusty's college...

 
 By Diana Maloney    News    May 23, 2018 

Reed Honored with 90th Birthday Celebration

Family and friends honored James Reed of Turner at an open house party on his 90th birthday this past Saturday. The Legion Hall in downtown Turner was abuzz with a luncheon and cake in his honor. All...

 
 By Marlane Wenzel    News    May 23, 2018 

Chinook Senior Center

The first week under new directorship went well for the Senior Center. I am still looking forward to meeting everyone, as well as having fun getting reacquainted with friends from the past. Thank you...

 
 By KAtie Noel    News    May 23, 2018 

Harlem Senior Center

Thank You Phyllis Culbertson for the turkey, Harlem Senior Center Board for being so flexible and willing to come in for all the different interview times these past few weeks. Wednesday 23 - If you...

 
 By Diana Maloney    News    May 23, 2018 

Turner holds Class of 2018 Graduation

The Turner School held its Commencement exercises this past Saturday, May 19, 2018 at the Turner School gymnasium. The processional was played by Mrs. Heather Jorgenson. Senior, Eddie Harmon, gave...

 
 By Steve Edwards    News    May 23, 2018 

Chinook's Loaves and Fishes eighth summer to begin June 4

The eighth summer edition of Loaves and Fishes, the ecumenical summer feeding program in Chinook, will meet at noon time, Monday through Thursday, beginning June 4 and ending on August 9. The...

 
 By Steve Edwards    News    May 23, 2018 

First ever 'National Solitaire Day' celebrated on May 22

Sorry I wasn't able to alert readers beforehand about this big news item. I only was aware of it when my wife shared a recent post from Microsoft sharing the good news. For those of you who may have...

 
 News    May 23, 2018 

FWP Parks Grey Wolf Program

According to the 2017 Montana Gray Wolf Program Annual Report, population estimates suggest there are approximately 900 wolves in Montana. This marks the 13th consecutive year that Montana has far...

 

42 Receive Diplomas at ANC Commencement Ceremony

42 Graduates crossed the stage at the Aaniiih Nakoda College Graduation earning their Degrees and Certificates in the process. Above: George Horsecapture gives the Invocation, carrying the Staff is...

 
 By Kody Farmer    News    May 16, 2018

Levy's pass in Chinook

School Levy and Trustee Elections were held last Tuesday around Blaine County. In Harlem Valerie Blackcrow received 132 votes and Clayton Talks Different 126 and were elected to serve three year terms. Kathleen Adams received 152 votes and will...

 
 By Steve Edwards    News    May 16, 2018

Chinook Chamber celebrates Public Service Recognition Week 2018

The Chinook Area Chamber of Commerce hosted an ice cream social last week to celebrate Public Service Recognition Week (PSRW). The annual week to salute employees in the public sector began in 1985 to...

 
 By Steve Edwards    News    May 16, 2018

Undersheriff warns seniors they are targets of scams and identity theft

Blaine County Undersheriff Frank Billmayer was a recent presenter at the Chinook Senior Center. His topic was “Identity Theft, SCAMS and Identity Protection and Recovery.” Center Director Kristi Norby said, “We only planned for a short...

 
 By PAUL TUSS    News    May 16, 2018

Bear Paw Development brings in $8.9 Million in 2017

HAVRE – Bear Paw Development Corporation, Montana’s longest-serving federally-recognized Economic Development District, recently released its Annual Report for 2017. Through the activities of the nonprofit community and economic development...

 

Harlem Senior Center to host presentation on 'Senior Scams'

Have you ever received a very official looking letter from someone or an organization claiming you owe them money? Have you ever received an unsolicited email or phone call from someone asking for your credit card, bank account or personal...

 

Winners drawn for JUMP raffle to benefit Wallner Hall

JUMP, the interdenominational youth group for junior and senior high students in Chinook, has staged a raffle for several weeks to help pay for a new heating unit for Wallner Hall. Funds raised through the raffle and other donations will be used to...

 

FWP Seeking Public Comments on Plan to Treat Cattail Marsh on WMA in Phillips Co.

For Immediate Release, May 10, 2018 Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is proposing to begin treatment on approximately 20 acres of a cattail marsh on Sleeping Buffalo Area 8 Wildlife Management Area (WMA) in Phillips Co., and is looking for public...

 
 By Jane Krass    News    May 16, 2018

Hogeland happenings

The Jr High and High School track teams of Turner had their district meets in Havre this past week. Many of the High school athletes qualified for Divisionals to be held this week in Great Falls. The Jr, high held their meet in Havre on Saturday. It...

 

U.S. Customs and Border Patrol announces Wild Horse Port of Entry Summer Hours

WILD HORSE, Mont. — U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Office of Field Operations announces the Port of Wild Horse will begin operating on its summer hour schedule of 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., daily, on May 15. The summer hours will continue until...

 

Seed Show Scholarship Winners announced

The Montana Seed Show has awarded two scholarships in the amount of $300.00 each for this year to: Daniel Rasmussen, Harlem Curtis Humphreys, Harlem The scholarships are awarded to individuals who...

 
 By Steve Edwards    News    May 16, 2018

Another $10,000 grant received for indoor event center project

The Blaine County Fair Board was notified recently of a $10,000 grant award to buy and wire 50 LED lights for the new indoor event center to be erected at the county fairgrounds. Laura Kleinjan, who...

 
 By Katie Noel    News    May 16, 2018

HARLEM Senior Center

Thank You to Patty Quisno for the eggs. Thank You to Linda Murch for the tulip bouquet. Thank You to Audrey Parnell for the honey. Did you know?? May is Older Americans Month. The theme is: Engage at...

 

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