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 By Kody Farmer    News    September 28, 2022 

Cattle, Grain Operations Survive Another Year

Cattle and Grain, that's the undeniable backbone of Blaine County and the success of our local Farmers and Ranchers weighs heavily on all residents of Blaine County whether directly involved or not....

 
 By Kody Farmer    News    September 28, 2022 

A Wet Fall and a Good Winter Snow Cover will go a Long Way to Easing Drought Conditions

Living in an agricultural community, weather is often the topic of conversation wherever you may be, the store, the post office or at a ball game, you will often hear the familiar "We sure could use...

 

From Deep Space to Sin City, Jellum's Engineering Masterpieces Are on Display

Kirk Jellum is a 1992 graduate of Chinook High School, Aerospace Engineer and an amazing large scale engineering car artist. Not many can say they have worked on something located in deep space as wel...

 
 By Kody Farmer    Sports    September 28, 2022 

No. 4 'Beeters Double Up Fort Benton 24-12 with a Dominate Defensive Effort

The No. 4 Chinook Sugarbeeters were in Fort Benton this Friday for a huge Northern C Eight-man football contest. Chinook came into the contest with a perfect 4-0 record while the Longhorns sported a...

 
 By Kody Farmer    Sports    September 28, 2022 

Sugarbeeter Cross Country Runs the Course in Great Falls at Anaconda Hills

The Chinook Sugarbeeter Cross County team was in Great Falls this week to compete in the Great Falls Invitational. The race was ran on the Anaconda Hills Golf Course and features drastic elevation...

 
 By Kody Farmer    Sports    September 28, 2022 

'Beeters Sweep North Star, Take Three From Centerville in 7C Road Matches

The Chinook Sugarbeeter Volleyball team had a solid week on the court going 2-0 in a pair of District 7C matches. Friday night in Gildford the 'Beeters bounced the North Star Knights in straight sets...

 
 By Kody Farmer    Sports    September 28, 2022 

Wildcats Fall to Broadus, 38-14

The Harlem Wildcats added back a game to their schedule this past Saturday, traveling to Circle to face the Broadus Hawks in a neutral site contest. The Wildcats were short a game following the cancellation of the Hays/Lodge Pole Thunderbird...

 
 By Kody Farmer    Sports    September 28, 2022 

Lady Cats Fall to North Country in Straight Sets

The Harlem Lady Cats took the court just once this past week hosting the North Country Mavericks on Thursday. Harlem had plenty of chances to make something happen, but in the end, it was the...

 

Antique Tractor & Farm Equipment Show Added to Sugarbeet Festival Schedule

The 2022 Sugarbeet Festival will take place this Saturday with activities and shows taking place all over Chinook. In a late addition to the festival schedule an Antique Tractors and Farm Equipment Sh...

 
 By Kody Farmer    News    September 21, 2022

2022 Sugarbeet Festival 'Back in My Day' set for Saturday, October 1

The 2022 Sugarbeet Festival is right around the corner and there is still time to get a float ready, get your costume put together or free up your schedule to enjoy the festival to the fullest. The...

 

Gun Show, Car Show and Brewfest Add to Great Sugarbeet Festival Lineup

The 2022 Sugarbeet Festival will take place on Saturday, October 1. Many of the festival activities will take place uptown but there are three huge events taking place nearby. The Chinook Rod and Gun...

 
 By Kody Farmer    News    September 21, 2022

Vandalizing Political Signs is Damage to Private Property

Each Election Cycle is unique to itself. Candidates are taking a new approach to make things better if they are the incumbent or trying to convey their idea on how things should get done. On rare...

 
 By Kody Farmer    News    September 21, 2022

Native America Week to be Celebrated Twice

This year as we celebrate American Indian Heritage Days, or Native American Week, a rare opportunity will occur. September 2022 has five Friday's resulting in two days being designated as American...

 

Local Archers Successfully Harvest Bull Elk

North Central Montana is known across the land for a few things in general, Farming, Ranching, unparalleled Pheasant hunting and Big Game Hunting. Each fall the Blaine County Journal takes pride in...

 

4-0 'Beeters Down Harlem 50-28 in the Rain, Face Fort Benton on the Road Friday

The Chinook Sugarbeeters have run over their opponents in each of their wins this season and Friday night in Harlem they used the ground game to their advantage once again. Chinook jumped out to a...

 

Blaine County Cross Country Teams run Fort Peck at Glasgow Invitational

The Chinook Sugarbeeters, Harlem Wildcats and Hays/Lodge Pole Thunderbird Cross Country runners were all at the Glasgow Invitational this past Saturday. The Course was set up roughly 20 miles south...

 

'Beeters Bounce Back, Sweep Box Elder, Chester/J-I in District 7C Clashes

The Chinook Sugarbeeters were looking to bounce back this week after a couple of disappointing losses the week before. Bounce back they did, the 'Beeters headed to Box Elder Thursday night and...

 

Lady Cats Swept in Malta, Thump Conrad at Home

The Harlem LadyCat Volleyball team was in Malta on Thursday for a District 2B match up with the M-ettes. Harlem never was able to get going falling in straight sets 25-6, 25-16 and 25-17. Saturday...

 

Thunderbirds Drop Pair of 7C Matches in Big Sandy

The Hays/Lodge Pole Thunderbirds were in Big Sandy on Friday to take on the Pioneers in a doubleheader. The Thunderbirds Head Coach Cindy LaMere has been working hard and it shows on the court. Big Sandy won both matches in straight sets, but that...

 
 By Kody Farmer    News    September 14, 2022

Kristi Loved the 'Art Shows' and Made Lifelong Friends Through the Years

Kristi Billmayer had her artwork displayed proudly in Galleries around the country through the years, but she had her favorites. Her husband Larry recalls three that she was particularly fond of,...

 
 By Kody Farmer    News    September 14, 2022

Mitze Cecrle Steps Down from Chinook School Board to Become CHS Ag Teacher

Chinook Junior and Senior High School students have been very successful through the years with their Future Farmers of America (FFA) endeavors and the Ag/Shop classes have done great work with the...

 

McIntosh Sinks Hole in One, Wins $25,000 Towards a New Toyota

2016 Chinook High School graduate Ian McIntosh was one heck of an Athlete for the Sugarbeeters. An All-State Quarterback for the 2015 Class C Eight-man State Champion Football team as well as an...

 

'Beeters Run All Over Shelby, Amass Nearly 500 Yards Offense in 40-18 Blowout

The Chinook Sugarbeeter football team capped their Homecoming week with a dominate thrashing of the visiting Shelby Coyotes Friday night. Once the 'Beeter offense got rolling they were nearly...

 

Wildcats Turn it on in Second Half, Thump Rocky Boy 54-8 in Homecoming Win

The Harlem Wildcats got to play in front of their home town fans for the first time after two weeks on the road to start the season. The Wildcats added the finishing touches to a fun Homecoming week...

 

'Beeter, Wildcat Runners Show Massive Improvement, Henry runs for Hays/Lodge Pole

Week three of the Cross Country season had the Chinook Sugarbeeters, Harlem Wildcats and Hays/Lodge Pole Thunderbirds at the Havre Invitational Cross Country meet. The runners made two laps around...

 

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