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 By ma    Opinion    March 20, 2024

Thoughts of Joy - Hello, God, it's me, Mara

You know, Lord, each and every one of us folks could tell of a single item that holds importance and joy that he or she would never part with. ‘Patty’ told us of a fifty-year-old recipe card that was in her mom’s handwriting. Another gal share...

 
 By Diana Maloney    News    January 24, 2024

TURNER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CHRISTMAS PROGRAM HELD

Grades K-6th at the Turner School performed a Christmas concert for the 2023 year prior to dismissal before the holiday break. The Kindergarten and First Grade started off the program with playing...

 
 By Diana Maloney    News    January 10, 2024

Turner High School Holds Induction Ceremony Recently

The Turner High School recently held a National Honor Society at their school. Four students were inducted into the group with a cafeteria filled with students, parents, grandparents, and staff....

 

Forever Bobcats

When Dan Davies was growing up on a ranch south of Chinook, branding, stacking hay and three-day cattle drives were as much a part of his life as his three brothers, 25-mile trips to town and the...

 

BLOOD DRIVE A SUCCESS IN TURNER

A blood drive was held last week in Turner at the American Lutheran Church. There were 20 donors that turned out. The National Honor Society helped check people in and the Turner Auxiliary provided...

 

STUDENTS COMPETE IN COLORING CONTEST

The second and third grade students participated in a coloring contest sponsored by the Blaine County Health Department earlier this Fall. The contest was geared to raise awareness of Mental illness....

 

BIG FLAT CATHOLIC YOUTH HELP IN A TIME OF NEED

The Big Flat Catholic youth group did an act of kindness as they helped stock the Harlem Food Bank. They asked the community for donations and had several drop off spots throughout the community. The...

 

Turner Students Travel to Washington DC

The Turner High School Juniors and Seniors from the DC Club recently traveled to Washington, DC. for a week-long trip of learning and exploring. Some of the highlights they saw were the White House,...

 

Bands of Belonging

I belong to a tribe of ranchers who base their happiness on harvest and whether the cows get home, women who throw their hair in a bun and cook until the skies are full of warm colors, and small-town country kids who work in the time they aren’t c...

 

Aspen Colby wins Scholarship in memory of Tristan Billmayer

The family of Tristan Billmayer is pleased to announce the winner of the 2023 Mental Health Field Scholarship in the amount of $500. Aspyn Colby, a 2023 graduate of Chinook High School is the...

 

Chinook Welcomes Four New teachers to town

Students returning to classes in Chinook have been greeted by new faces and a few familiar ones in new roles. Four new teachers have been added to staff for the 2023-2024 school year, though the school is still looking to fill some roles. Fred...

 

Aaniiih woman among first to graduate from UND's new Indigenous health program

When Amy Stiffarm was a graduate student at University of Montana, she learned that Native American women have low rates of breastfeeding. But she didn't understand why. "Until one day, I came across...

 
 By Jamie Henneman    Opinion    May 31, 2023

In rural America, we are more self-reliant, more capable

In our highly politicized, mass-media, instant-news culture there are ongoing messages about inequality, gender disparity, unfairness, race conflicts and other social ills. People argue that more regulations or more government money or more programs...

 

The Land of Extremes

That’s where we are in Central Montana When you move to this land and have your dreams Jim Beam is a good idea it seems We have summers that are hot and dry We have long, cold winters that will make you cry Drought years when irrigation water is s...

 
 By Diana Maloney    News    May 10, 2023

VEGAS COMES TO TORNADO ALLEY

The Turner Prom was recently held in Turner for all Turner High School students and their dates. The evening began by enjoying a ham banquet that was prepared by Junior Parents; Darci and BG Ammen,...

 
 By Ginger Maddox    News    April 19, 2023

American Legion Post #48 Celebrates 104 Years

The American Legion Post #48 of Chinook held its monthly meeting on Tuesday, March 22, 2023. This happened to be a special meeting as District 2 Commander Jed Damson made a post visitation; Post 48...

 

BIG FLAT CATHOLIC KIDS HOLD FOOD DRIVE

The Big Flat came through in a big way, again! The Big Flat Catholic Youth sponsored a food drive to help stock the Harlem Ministerial Catholic Food Bank shelves. The drive was done a bit differently...

 

THIS WEEK: DROP-OFF SITES OPEN FOR OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD

As the Thanksgiving season approaches, many families and children are giving thanks and giving back—to children in need around the world through Operation Christmas Child. Shoebox gifts prepared by generous donors and filled with toys, hygiene i...

 

SUICIDE MEMORIAL WALK A SUCCESS IN TURNER

The 8th Annual Tristan Billmayer Memorial Suicide Awareness Walk was held and a huge success this past Saturday in Turner. The day was made to order with bright, clear skies and a temperature that was...

 

Billmayer Family Announces Winner of the 2022 Mental Health Scholarship in Honor of Tristan

The family of Tristan Billmayer is pleased to announce the winner of the 2022 Mental Health Field Scholarship in the amount of $500. Samantha May, a 2020 graduate of CJI High School is the daughter...

 

Jason DeShaw to Speak at Harlem Assembly Today

Harlem High School is hosting an assembly sponsored by Tristan Billmayer Memorial, featuring Jason DeShaw. It will take place on Wednesday, September 7 at 1:30 in the afternoon at Harlem High School Gymnasium. All Blaine County Schools (7-12) have...

 

BLM issues final decision on bison grazing proposal

(MALTA, Mont.) – The Bureau of Land Management issued a final decision today for a bison grazing proposal involving seven allotments in Phillips County, Montana, held by American Prairie, which allows for bison grazing on six of the seven a...

 

TURNER FUN DAYS A HUGE SUCCESS IN TURNER

The Fun Day held this past weekend in Turner turned out to be a huge success! The day began with a FLY IN and Lions pancake breakfast. There were only about 6 airplanes that flew in, but they joined...

 
 By Don Richman    News    July 6, 2022

Harlem Teacher selected for traveling seminar

Heather Jorgenson, an English teacher at Harlem High School, has been selected to participate in four traveling seminars for teachers this summer. The first, offered by the Freedoms Foundation, takes...

 

Milk River Productions Makes Progress on Current Film Project

Media Arts in the Public Schools (MAPS) was in Blaine County from June 7-10 working with area youth. Clare Ann Harff, Executive Director of MAPS, and Craig Falcon, Media Lab Director, set up at Aaniiih Nakoda College (ANC) to assist Milk River...

 

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