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 By Donna Miller    News    February 14, 2024 

FFA Competes in Spring Districts and Will See New Districts Next Year

On Tuesday, February 6, several schools from across the Judith Basin District sent their FFA Chapter members to FFA Spring Districts in Havre. The event was held in part at the Fifth Avenue Church from 9:00 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. Among those attending...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    February 7, 2024

Chinook School Selects Spelling Bee Winner

A seventh grader at Chinook Junior High School, Cynnloch Gibson took first place at the Chinook School District Spelling Bee on Tuesday, January 30. He will advance to the Blaine County Spelling Bee...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    February 7, 2024

Photographers Shine in 2023 Photo Contest

Three Chinook photographers came away with prizes in the Triangle Communications 2023 Photo Contest. For their artistic composition and creativity in depicting "the scenic or abstract beauty of the...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    February 7, 2024

Molyneauxs Honored at Fairfield Game

On Thursday night, February 1, following the girls' varsity basketball game against Fairfield, members from the Chinook High School Pep Club, Addison Olsen and Hannah Schoen made a presentation. Both...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    January 31, 2024

Candidates Share Their Views in Chinook

Barb and Greg Jergeson played host to two democratic candidates during the past two weeks. Jesse Mullen, Candidate for Secretary of State, and Ryan Busse, Candidate for Governor, both visited the area in late January. On Tuesday, January 23, the...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    January 17, 2024

Missoula Children's Theatre Performances Will Take the Stage This Weekend

Students from Chinook Public Schools have been busy this past week working with representatives from the Missoula Children’s Theatre (MCT). The cast of students and crew from Missoula have been preparing for their performance of Robin Hood which...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    January 17, 2024

Comedy and Music Take the Stage This Weekend

Opening this weekend in conjunction with Montana Actors’ Theater (MCT), Claire Stoner presents Hill Country Revue. This variety show series will feature various musical sets and humorous skits each week, with the first installment due to open on...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    January 3, 2024

Two Earn Top Ten Status at Winter Districts

On Tuesday, December 12, the Chinook Chapter of the FFA travelled to Winifred for Winter District Competition. Members competed in Meats Evaluation, Veterinary Science, Agronomy, and Ag. Mechanics....

 
 By Donna Miller    News    January 3, 2024

Harwood to Accept New Position

On December 21, the personnel at Chinook School District (CSD) paused to recognize the service of one of their instructors who will be moving to a new position when the school's semester ends on Janua...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    January 3, 2024

USPS to Implement Price Increases on January 21

While many are wishing one another Happy New Year or focusing on New Year’s resolutions, others are still recovering from Christmas spending. In the interest of fiscal responsibility, the American consumer should be aware that the United States...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    December 27, 2023

Meadowlark Elementary Students Hold Christmas Program

On a holiday decorated stage, Meadowlark Elementary School held its Christmas program this past Monday evening, December 18, in the Lloyd Sweet Auditorium. The south walls of the auditorium also featu...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    December 13, 2023

Identifying Disguised Vaping Devices

On Monday, December 11, Chinook students in grades 5-12 attended a Vaping Prevention presentation in the Lloyd Sweet Auditorium. Kris Minard, the Tobacco Use Prevention Education Specialist with the...

 

The Origin of the Christmas Panto Tradition

On December 8-9, 14-16, and 21-23 at 7:00 p.m., The Montana Actor’s Theatre will present Puss in Boots: A Christmas Panto at the MAT Theatre on the campus of MSU-Northern. Produced by Frank and Bettie Barber of Chinook, the play promises “an ench...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    December 6, 2023

Chinook FFA Achieves Some Success at Ag Expo

When the Chinook Chapter of the FFA competed at the 12th Annual Montana FFA Ag Expo on November 16-18, the group posted some strong performances. Held in Bozeman, the competition—previously known as the John Deere Agricultural Expo, or...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    November 29, 2023

Harlem Friends of the Library Will Host Silver Bells Event

On Wednesday evening, December 6, from 6:00-8:00, the Friends of the Library will be hosting their Annual Wine and Cheese Fundraiser at the Harlem Public Library. The library, located at 37 First Street SE in Harlem, will be closed that day for...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    November 29, 2023

Deadline Approaches for Youth Tour to Washington D.C.

The Foundation for Rural Service & Triangle Communications sponsors a trip to Washington, D.C. for up to two high school juniors each year. The deadline to apply is December 1. This year’s tour dates are June 3-7, 2024. Any 16-17 year old high...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    November 22, 2023

Who Wants to Build a Snowman or Recreate Montana History?

Brandon Nissen of Brick Cent$ has been busy recently. On September 8, he opened his online store; late last month, he was invited to serve as a judge for the Montana History Portal; and on Thursday,...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    November 15, 2023

FFA Will Travel to Bozeman for J Days

A group of members from the Chinook Chapter of the FFA will be travelling with their advisor, Mrs. Mitzi Cecrle, to Bozeman later this week to attend the Montana FFA Ag Expo. Scheduled for November...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    November 15, 2023

Dancin' Dougie Hall Slated to Present Inspirational Message

On November 21, Professional Indian Cowboy, Entrepreneur, Professional Bucking Horse Producer, and Motivational Speaker, Dougie Hall will be the featured guest at Chinook High School. Sponsored in...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    November 15, 2023

Red Ribbon Week Artists Named

During Red Ribbon Week, which is celebrated annually from October 23-31, students in the upper grades at Meadowlark Elementary School created original art to convey the message of a drug free lifestyl...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    October 18, 2023

Chinook FFA Finishes Strong at Fall Districts

Thirteen members of the Chinook Chapter of the FFA attended Fall Districts in Lewistown on October 3 when eighteen teams from across Montana competed in Livestock Judging and Horse Evaluation. Based o...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    October 18, 2023

Chinook Students Attend TekNoXpo

On October 12, seven seniors from Chinook High School attended the MSU-Northern TekNoXpo & ShowCASE held in the Armory Gymnasium. With TekNoXpo, Montana high school students get the opportunity to explore their educational and career opportunities...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    October 11, 2023

Comedy Promises Teary-Eyed Laughter

Anyone who missed opening night of the Montana Actors’ Theatre (MAT) production Lend me a Tenor has several chances yet to see the show. On October 12-14 and October 19-21, Valley Furniture will aga...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    October 4, 2023

Travelers Might Say, What the Hay?

Just in time for homecoming and the 2023 Sugarbeet Festival, a hay sculpture turned up on September 27 just west of Alfalfa Road. Two stacked round bales feature the Sugarbeeter mascot head, black,...

 

Havre Trails Group Hikes in Hays Area

This past Sunday, September 24, Havre Trails partnered with Hays-Lodgepole High School science teacher Rod Benson, who offered a hike to Hole in the Wall and Mission Ridge in Mission Canyon just...

 

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