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Articles from the November 15, 2017 edition

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Honoring all who have served: Past, Present & Future

Veterans Day took place this past Saturday, November 11 but many businesses along with all of our Blaine County schools spent Friday honoring all those who have served, are currently serving or will...

 

Chinook city election completed, Harlem had no contested seats

City elections were set for Tuesday, November 7. With no contested seats for either mayor or council positions in Harlem, there was no need for an election there. Chinook was filling the mayor and...

 

B.J. O'Doherty joins Blaine County/MSU Extension Service

B.J. O'Doherty joined the Blaine County/MSU Extension Service as the new Ag Extension Agent on October 17. His duties will include working with local farmers and ranchers as well as with 4-H, the yout...

 

New county-wide dispatch system seeking current emergency contacts for businesses

The Blaine County Sheriff's Office and Chinook Police Department are using a new web-based software that will improve crime statistics reporting and streamline dispatch operations that serve both...

 

Bear Paw Meanderings

This month, Bear Paw Meanderings will be all about Thanksgiving. This week how about a recipe for that perfect dressing? There are several things to know about dressing. It can be dressing which is not ever put in the turkey to cook or it can be...

 

My Answer

Q: Every year we debate whether or not to invite my aunt for Thanksgiving. She’s a very negative person who spends her whole time complaining and criticizing everyone, and it gets very unpleasant. Would she get the message if we didn’t invite...

 

40 brave cold, Give Blood at Chinook Drive

There were 40 people out and about who braved the cold and windy weather on Tuesday November 7th to stop by and donate blood. Of those 40 there were 35 viable pints on a goal of 40. There were 3...

 

2017 holiday shopping kicked off last weekend

A break in the cold weather brought out shoppers to kick off the 2017 holiday season. Even before the famous 'Black Friday' local artisans and merchants offered numbers of unique gifts for the...

 

Turner Students personally thank Veterans

The receiving line was a touching memory to the students as well as the Veteran's present at the annual Veteran's Day program. The entire crowd went through the line and shook the hands of each Vetera...

 

Turner Talk

The American Legion Auxiliary of the Big Flat is in the process of setting up a wall of local (Turner and Hogeland) Veterans that are not members of the American Legion. They are looking for photos, preferably in uniform, of the local veterans. If...

 

HARLEM LIBRARY

The annual Harlem Library Creative Christmas will be Thursday, November 30, 6 P.M. in the library meeting room. Our guest presenter will be Shannon VanVoast who will share holiday crafting ideas. Delicious refreshments will be served. Come join us...

 

Blaine County Library

The Library Board and Staff are preparing for the 26th annual Hassle Free Christmas Program,November 28th at 7:00 p.m. in the library meeting room. As always, we will have presentations, the Bell...

 
 By Katie Noel    News    November 15, 2017

HARLEM SENIOR CENTER

THANK YOU, Diane Peterson for the cart for Activity Room. North Pole Adventure Train - Departs at 5:00 and 7:30 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, Nov. 25 - Dec. 16 near Lewistown. Elves, Hot Cocoa, Santa (tons of fun for the kids/grandkids)... call 538-...

 
 By Jane Krass    News    November 15, 2017

Hogeland happenings

Elissa and Jordan Zellmer and family took in the Jr. Hi basketball games this weekend. On Friday it was at Hays and on Saturday at St.Judes for the Jamboree. Sandy Beck was to Chinook on Wednesday to play pinochle with her card group at Rita...

 
 By Kristi Norby    News    November 15, 2017

Chinook Senior Center

We have started a delivery list for the annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner this year. If you would like to be added to it, just call 357-2648 and give us your name, phone number, the delivery address and how many meals you would like. If you would...

 

Six Sugarbeeters earn post season football, volleyball recognition

The Chinook Sugarbeeter Volleyball and Football teams recently concluded their 2017 seasons and now it's time to hand out awards for individual accomplishments this past fall. The Sugarbeeter Volleyba...

 

What 'cher point?

Lots of strange things happened in the wonderful world of football this last weekend. I had gotten interested in six man football when Big Sandy started doing so well this year and I thought that if there was a team to beat it would be Valier who is...

 
 By Rod Donahue    News    November 15, 2017

Harlem FFA at John Deere Ag Expo in Bozeman

Ag Education Teacher, Harlem High School The Harlem FFA Chapter traveled to Bozeman November 8-11th for the John Deere Ag Expo. The chapter competed in Agronomy, Mechanics, and Livestock Judging...

 

Anna Getten competes for last time at National Junior High Rodeo

14-year old Anna Getten is currently a freshman at Chinook High. Last June she competed in her last National Junior High Rodeo. This year was her second trip to the nationals. After winning the...

 

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