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Articles from the January 26, 2022 edition

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 By Donna Miller    News    January 26, 2022

Tackling the Whirlwind of Business Ownership

Upon graduation from high school in 2001, Jason Metcalf went on to attend various community colleges in Washington. As he was trying to determine a career path, he floated between Edmonds, Cascadia,...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    January 26, 2022

Grants for Women-Owned Businesses

In 1998, WomensNet founded the Amber Grant. One of the very first online organizations to give women-owned business grants, WomensNet awards “Business Specific” Grants based on each month’s category. January’s Business Specific Grant is...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    January 26, 2022

Curling Clubs Are Invited to Havre's Bonspiel

The Hi-Line Curling Club invites other curling clubs and sports enthusiasts to join them for Montana's longest running bonspiel scheduled for March 18-20. The 12th Annual Hammers and Hacks Bonspiel...

 

Journal Jots

Harlem Library Today, Jan. 26, the library board will hold its monthly meeting at 4:15. The library is hosting the Humanities Montana program “Connecting to the Land through a Tribal Lens” with guest presenter Lailani Upham, Mon., Jan 31 at 6...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    January 26, 2022

Escape to Lewistown for Montana Winter Fair

January in Montana is often cold, gray, and sometimes downright miserable. To bring a measure of relief from winter’s monotony, Lewistown plays host to Montana Winter Fair. This year’s event will be held from Thursday through Sunday, January...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    January 26, 2022

Taxpayers May See a Bond Proposal on May's Ballot

The Friends of the Pool and Park Foundation will be holding a variety of meetings during the month of February. The purpose of these events is to answer any questions people may have or to clarify any...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    January 26, 2022

Harlem Elementary Names First ROARing Wildcats of 2022

During the first week of the New Year, Harlem Elementary chose seven "sensational students" to kick off the ROAR Roster for 2022. Among this prestigious group are Kyren Gone (kindergartener), Destiny...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    January 26, 2022

Little Wildcats ROAR

Harlem Elementary has announced the next seven ROARing students for the second week of January. In order to achieve success in the academic setting, Wildcats must remain Respectful, Organized, Always...

 

Harlem Library

The library board of trustees will meet today, January 26, for their monthly meeting at 4:15 P.M. in the library meeting room. The library is hosting the Humanities Montana program “Connecting to the Land through a Tribal Lens” with presenter...

 

Hogeland Happenings

Gene and Susan Billmayer attended the Annual meeting at the church in Hogeland on Sunday. Loretta Beck went to Great Falls on Wednesday for medical appointments and was an overnight guest at the Dale and Laura Sherwood home. Laura and Loretta...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    January 26, 2022

Schedules Change for Theater-Goers

The pandemic continues to influence so many facets of our lives, and the impacts are having a pronounced effect on the entertainment industry, as well. Montana Actors’ Theater (MAT) announced last week that changes in scheduled events are in order...

 
 By Kody Farmer    Sports    January 26, 2022

'Beeters Win Streak Grows to 4 with 59-38 win over District 9C No. 1 Big Sandy

The Chinook Sugarbeeters have been on a roll with the start of the new year. Thursday night they welcomed the District 9C leading Big Sandy Pioneers to town for a huge conference clash. When the dust...

 
 By Kody Farmer    Sports    January 26, 2022

9-2 Sugarbeeters Cruise by Big Sandy 74-42, Improve to 7-1 in District 9C

The Chinook Sugarbeeters continued their torrid start to the season adding another lopsided win over a conference for Thursday night. The Sugarbeeters completed the season sweep of the Big Sandy...

 
 By Kody Farmer    Sports    January 26, 2022

Sugarbeeters Building Momentum on the Mat, Honor Seniors at Final Home Mixer

The Chinook Sugarbeeters were at home this past Friday, wrestling in front of the hometown fans for the final time this season. The Chinook Mixer was a bit smaller than normal with Covid-19 limiting...

 
 By Kody Farmer    Sports    January 26, 2022

Longhorns Edge Turner boys 49-48 at the Buzzer

The Turner Tornado girls and boys basketball teams hosted the Fort Benton Longhorns this past Friday in District 9C action. The Longhorns got the better of the Turner girls 57-37 in the first game....

 
 By Donna Miller    News    January 26, 2022

Eating Tacos Tomorrow May Support Literacy

Why limit yourself to tacos on Tuesdays? On Thursday, January 27 from 5:00-7:00 p.m., the Plant a Seed. . . READ! organization is teaming up with Taco John’s for a Crunch for a Cause fundraiser. In order to participate in the fundraiser, a person s...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    January 26, 2022

Young Team Will Compete in Lewistown

The Chinook Chapter of the FFA plans to take a junior high team of members to compete in Agriculture Mechanics at Lewistown at the end of January. Advisor of the group, Karyn Billmayer is hoping the youth will find success in Lewistown so as to...

 

Quilt Show will be at the 72nd Annual Montana Seed Show

Attention Quilters: we just want to give you a “heads up” that we are again going to have a Quilt Show. This will be at the 72nd Annual Montana Seed Show which will be held on March 10,11,12, 2022. It is the 29th year for the Nimble Thimble...

 

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