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Articles from the February 3, 2021 edition

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Out with the Old - In with the New

Jeff Finley and Ann Fox show off the brand new hot and cold cases in the Deli at Finley's Food Farm. The store provides a large variety of deli items available on a daily basis. Custom orders can...

 

COVID-19 has changed how we spend leisure time

A year-long series of directives, rules and, in some cases shutdowns and cessation of public activities, resulted from the need to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. Most all of us have been affected...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    February 3, 2021

Something That Looks Like Junk Mail Isn't Always Junk

This past week, many people in Blaine County began receiving stimulus payments via mail delivery. Because the return address was Omaha, Nebraska, and because the mailed item did not appear to be from...

 

Blaine County Beacon

The word beacon has its origin in Old English when its meaning referred to a signal or lighthouse. Beacons were used not only by ships and later by airfields as a warning or guidance system but as a...

 

Journal Jots

Blaine County Library Mobile Hotspots and iPads available for checkout. After School Hangout for grades 7 & 8 Mondays at 3:30, Story Time Tuesdays at 10:30, After School Hangout for grades 5 & 6 Tuesdays at 3:30 and LEGO Club for grades K and up...

 

Blaine County Meeting Agendas

HARLEM CITY COUNCIL Monday, February 8, 2021 • 6 P.M., Harlem City Hall The regular monthly meeting for the City of Harlem will be held on Monday, February 8, 2021 at 6:00 p.m., in City Council chambers at Harlem City Hall. The public is encouraged...

 

Blaine County Commissioners Calendar

FRIDAY February 5, 2021, 8:00 a.m. Sheriff Colby County Attorney Harwood County Health Department DES Velk Internal Business Employment Review Budget Transfers Tax Abatements Floodplain Issues Claims Approval 11:30 am - Sign EMPG Application for...

 

The American Lutheran Church

LUTHERANS GIVE THANKS The Lutheran Church in Turner enjoyed cake and coffee after services to thank Kirsti Cederberg for her services of leading services. Kirsti took this duty when the Hogeland, Turn...

 

Hogeland Happening

Darwin Zellmer was a visitor at the Wallace Beck home on Thursday. Jane Krass and Anita Reed went to Chinook on Thursday. Linda Hauge and Jane and Anita were to Havre on Tuesday for appointments. Shawn and Tate Beck stopped by for a visit on...

 

MAT to Offer Youth Workshops

Beginning in February, MAT will be offering monthly workshops for middle and high school aged youth. Each month will focus on a different theatre aspect, and workshops will be led by various MAT...

 

Edwards Van Felton

Long-time Boise resident Edward Van Felton died at home in Boise, ID on January 19, 2021. He was 98 years old. Ed was born in the Bears Paw Mountains in North Central Montana on July 28, 1922 to... Full story

 

Clarence Maurice "Fritz" Keller

Clarence M. "Fritz" Keller, 76, passed away from injuries he received from an accident on the farm Tuesday, January 19, 2021. A rosary and a funeral mass will be held for immediate family at the St. J... Full story

 

Harlem Library

Warm up with a new book from your library. “Cut to the Bone” is by Ellison Cooper. Agent Sayer Altair is called to investigate a girl’s body left inside a circle of animal figurines with a cryptic message. It is discovered the dead girl is one...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    February 3, 2021

Young Photographer Gains Fame Virtually Overnight

Some people will say that fog is a predictor of precipitation, but in Tyler Stepper's case, it is turning out to be a predictor of a potential photography business. On January 10, when the world was...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    February 3, 2021

State and County Spelling Bees to See New Format

Late last month, Blaine County Superintendent of Schools, Valerie White received notice that the 2021 Treasure State Spelling Bee, as well as the intermediate (county) competition, would see revisions in its structure. That means that the familiar...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    February 3, 2021

First Semester ROARing Students Selected at Harlem Elementary

When the first academic semester ended on January 15 for students in the Harlem School District, officials at Harlem Elementary School put all of their ROARing students names into a drawing to see whi...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    February 3, 2021

Harlem Elementary ROARing Students of the Week

Harlem Elementary has selected ROARing Students for the second and third weeks of January. On Tuesday, January 12, Hybrid A students were chosen, and the lucky winners were first grader Shya...

 

Tornadoes Honor Seniors

The Turner Tornado center court honored six seniors recently. These Seniors will be the 2020-2021 graduating class at Turner HIgh School. Although there wasn't quite the crowd that would usually come...

 

Chinook High School Honors Seniors

Congratulations Class of 2021 Student Athletes!...

 
 By Kody Farmer    Sports    February 3, 2021

Turner girls edge Box Elder, 'Beeter boys & Girls blast Big Sandy, Harlem & H/L.P. Set to Resume Play

Only two schools were able to compete on the hardwood this past week and even then in a limited capacity. The Turner girls earned a hard fought win over the Box Elder Bears 55-47 Friday but were...

 
 By Kody Farmer    Sports    February 3, 2021

'Beeters Grapplers compete at first All-Girls Wrestling Mixer in Cascade

It doesn't seem long ago that Chinook Sugarbeeter senior Rebecca Stroh was making history at the State B/C Wrestling Tournament in Billings as a freshman. Stroh won the first ever all female...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    February 3, 2021

Social/Emotional Training Available

On February 12, and again on February 19, Regions I and II of the Comprehensive System of Personnel Development (CSPD) will be offering a free virtual training for parents, general and special educators, paraprofessionals, agency personnel, and...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    February 3, 2021

Public Is Invited to Vote for Logo Design

As an exercise in Graphic Design II, students enrolled in the GDSN 350 course offered at Montana State University-Northern created logos for the college radio station, KNMC 90.1 FM. Three logos went...

 

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