Articles from the February 7, 2024 edition

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 By Donna Miller    News    February 7, 2024

Chinook School Selects Spelling Bee Winner

A seventh grader at Chinook Junior High School, Cynnloch Gibson took first place at the Chinook School District Spelling Bee on Tuesday, January 30. He will advance to the Blaine County Spelling Bee... Full story

 
 By Press Release    News    February 7, 2024

SAVING SWEET: A LONG-TERM GOAL

The nursing home industry is in trouble, especially rural nursing homes that have managed to not succumb to the struggles of the last 3 ½ years. In 2022, 12 nursing homes in Montana closed; one of those was just down the road from us, in Malta. Rura...

 

Groundhog Day: the start of yearning for spring

I would guess if you are reading this story you, like me, are already thinking about and wishing for the coming of spring. While the last couple of weeks of acceptable winter temperatures have been a...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    February 7, 2024

Photographers Shine in 2023 Photo Contest

Three Chinook photographers came away with prizes in the Triangle Communications 2023 Photo Contest. For their artistic composition and creativity in depicting "the scenic or abstract beauty of the...

 

Journal Jots

Harlem Library The Book Challenge for Feb. is to read a book with a book on the cover. Socializing Seniors meets Wednesdays, 1-3 P.M. in the library meeting room. The new Book Club selection “The Music of Bees” by Eileen Garvin may be picked up...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    February 7, 2024

Molyneauxs Honored at Fairfield Game

On Thursday night, February 1, following the girls' varsity basketball game against Fairfield, members from the Chinook High School Pep Club, Addison Olsen and Hannah Schoen made a presentation. Both...

 

Blaine County Library

February is Library Lovers Month! Be sure to stop in and take a look at the February book displays. While you are here fill out a heart and tell us why you love your library! We have a drawing for adults and one for the kids, so you will want to...

 

Harlem Library

February is Love Your Library month! What could be better than celebrating your library and chocolate? Come to the family friendly event “Love Chocolate…Love Your Library!” February 12, between 4:00 and 7:00 P.M. Sample chocolate temptations,...

 

Chinook Senior Center

Hello From the Chinook Social Senior Center! We have had the most wonderful week! We have had a Diamond Dotz class conducted by Barb Ranstrom. Lots of people came and learned this super fun craft. I certainly enjoyed it, as well. Thank you, Barb,...

 

4-H Club Meeting Minutes

North Chinook Boosters The North Chinook Boosters 4-H club held their December meeting at the triple e room on December 17th. The meeting was called to order by president Ashlyn Hofeldt. Members present Ashlyn and Hadley Hofeldt, Alexis and Beau Elia...

 

BETTY DUAN DRUGGE

Betty Duan Drugge CHINOOK, Betty Duan Drugge 85, passed away from natural causes on Monday, January 22, 2024. The Funeral Mass will be Friday, February 16, 2024, at 10 a.m. at St. Gabriel's Catholic C... Full story

 

Marlene Doney (Dennis)

Marlene Doney (Dennis), 92, passed away January 24, 2024 at Northern Montana Hospital after a short illness. The family will hold a celebration of life in the spring, as Marlene wanted her ashes... Full story

 

Mary Delores Castillo

Mary Delores Castillo passed away January 29, 2024. Mary was born on December 19, 1951 to Raymond and Felesidad Castillo in San Antonio, TX. Mary began her life in Pleasant Grove, TX with her three ch... Full story

 
 By Kody Farmer    Sports    February 7, 2024

Chinook & Harlem Grapplers Wrestle Well; Heading to State

The Chinook and Harlem boys and girls wrestling teams were back in action this past Friday and Saturday. The Sugarbeeters and Wildcats were in Wolf Point competing at the North-East Divisional. The...

 
 By Kody Farmer    Sports    February 7, 2024

Sugarbeeters Continue their undefeated Season, beating Fairfield & Cut Bank

The Sugarbeeters run their record to 16-0 following a tight win over Fairfield on Thursday night and a comfortable win in Cut Bank on Saturday. The Eagles got on the scoreboards first with a fast brea...

 
 By Kody Farmer    Sports    February 7, 2024

Turner Girls get past Box Elder, fall Short to Fort Benton

The Turner Tornado girls basketball team has been playing some inspired basketball lately. First, they took on the Box Elder Bears in a District 9C contest. The girls played really well together and...

 
 By Kody Farmer    Sports    February 7, 2024

Tornadoes fall to Box Elder, Bounce back to take Fort Benton

The Turner Tornadoes boys basketball team hosted the Box Elder Bears this past Friday in a District 9C contest. On Saturday, the team traveled to Fort Benton to face the Longhorns in another important...

 
 By Kody Farmer    Sports    February 7, 2024

'Beeters Fall to Fairfield & Cut Bank

As the season winds down, the Beeter Boys are desperately looking to pick up some wins. This past weekend they were home. On Thursday night, the 'Beeters hosted the Fairfield Eagles in a district 1B...

 
 By Kody Farmer    Sports    February 7, 2024

Hays/LP Girls & Boys Fall to Big Sandy Pioneers

The Hays/Lodge Pole boys and girls' basketball teams each played just one game this past week. On Friday, February 2, the Thunderbirds welcomed the Big Sandy Pioneers to town in a classic District 9C...

 

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