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Articles from the February 16, 2022 edition

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 By Donna Miller    News    February 16, 2022

Wildlife Museum Reports on Progress

Anyone who may have been in the vicinity of the 400 block of Indiana Street during the first week in February likely saw the construction activity taking place on the roof of the Blaine County... Full story

 By Donna Miller    News    February 16, 2022

Fishing Derby Declared a Success

With cooperative weather and 44 anglers participating, the Chinook Rod and Gun Club considered their Third Annual Ice Fishing Derby, held on February 5, a success. Top winners were Nick Rosman, Jimmy...

 By Donna Miller    News    February 16, 2022

Cynnloch Gibson Wins Blaine County Spelling Bee

In the sixth round of the 2022 Blaine County Spelling Bee, fifth grader Cynnloch Gibson correctly spelled fructose to win a trip to Bozeman. As a result of his Grand Champion Speller status, he will... Full story

 By Donna Miller    News    February 16, 2022

Seed Show Superintendents Are Already Hard at Work

Since last November when the decision to hold the Montana Seed Show was made official, Seed Show Superintendent Paul Rasmussen has been busy gearing up for the occasion. The 72nd Annual Montana Seed Show is slated to take place at Harlem High School...


Preserving agricultural land, legacies in North-Central Montana

Do you want your farm or ranch business to remain intact for the next generation? Most do. Do you want the family to get along and come home for gatherings? Most do. What most farms don’t do, according to farm family coach Elaine Froese, is break d... Full story


Journal Jots

Harlem Library The library will be closed Feb. 21 in observance of Presidents’ Day. The Book Challenge for Feb. is to read a book with a red spine. The library is hosting the Humanities Montana program “Finding Montana” with speaker Ednor Therr...


FFA Chapters Compete in Fort Benton

Two area Chapters of the FFA participated in competitions held at Fort Benton High School on February 8. The Chinook Chapter of the FFA took three teams and the Harlem Chapter took one. For Chinook,...


Hogeland Happenings

Wally and Loretta Beck attended Harley Jo’s 10th birthday party at the Shawn Beck home Sunday along with several other friends and family. Hannah and Hilary Richman were out Sunday afternoon to help mom, Jane Krass, and visit. Hannah made...

 By Donna Miller    News    February 16, 2022

Local Contractor Swears by Montana Steel

All of the violent winds we've experienced on the Hi-Line have a way of conjuring images of Dorothy's house in Kansas and the tornado scene in the 1939 movie based on the Frank Baum classic, The...


Patricia Bear

Pat Bear blessed Joe and Birdie Mae Shortman on September 17, 1941, the oldest of 14 children. She lived most of her life in Hays, but also lived in Havre, Glasgow, and California, to name a few. Pat... Full story


Virgil Ronald Langford

Virgil Ronald Langford, 76 passed away Jan 23rd in Taylor Texas after a long illness. Virg was born June 12th, 1945 in Richland Washington to Virgil and Freda (Powers) Langford, the second of 3... Full story


Eufemia (Faye) DeLucia Eufemia (Faye

Eufemia (Faye) DeLucia, 75, passed away on February 7, 2022 at the Northern Montana Care Center in Havre, Montana. A visitation will be held from 6:00pm to 8:00pm, Friday, February 18, 2022 at... Full story


Charlotte Carol Kuntz

Charlotte was born to Jacob & Mary Ereaux Kuntz on December 22, 1946 at Fort Belknap and passed away December 18, 2021 in Great Falls with family by her side after a short illness. She was raised... Full story


Hello God, it's me, Mara

What do ‘we’ see when we look up? In January, SNOW? Moisture is needed, that’s for sure, ‘Twould help Spring grass to grow. As Winter ends, there’s sleet and haze, sometimes that too shows up. But it’s still cold most everywhere – we ne...

 By Donna Miller    News    February 16, 2022

Calling All Artists

Last week, Mary-Kate French, put out a call to all artists. That announcement followed the Montana Seed Show Committee’s decision to hold another annual Art Show in conjunction with the Montana Seed Show. Both events will take place at Harlem High...

 By Donna Miller    News    February 16, 2022

Annual Charity Dinner Serves the Community

The Hi-Line Tavern Association’s Annual Charity Dinner “A Splendid Get Together” is scheduled for Monday, February 21, at the Duck Inn in Havre. Dinner tickets are on sale now and can be obtained from any Association member. The organization...

 By Donna Miller    News    February 16, 2022

ROARing Lil' Wildcats

Only those Harlem Elementary School students that remain Respectful, Organized, Always safe, and Responsible (ROAR) can earn a coveted place on the Rockin' ROAR Roster. During the first week of...

 By Donna Miller    News    February 16, 2022

ROARing Lil' Wildcats

For the week ending January 21, officials at Harlem Elementary School have chosen seven new names to add to the Rockin' ROAR Roster. This week's selections are Aviah Gray (kindergarten), Sarah...

 By Donna Miller    News    February 16, 2022

Another Seven Students Earn a Place on the ROAR Roster

Only those Harlem Elementary School students that remain Respectful, Organized, Always safe, and Responsible (ROAR) can earn a coveted place on the Rockin' ROAR Roster. During the first week of...



It’s “Love Your Library” month! Each time you check materials out or sign in to use the internet your name will be entered to win prizes. Adults may win a $20 gas card from EZ Mart and a free book. Children may win The Magic School Bus Space Ga...


Blaine County Library

February is "Love Your Library Month!" We invite you to fill out a heart and tell us why you love your library and enter your name into a drawing and win a prize! We have a display of red books and a...

 By Donna Miller    News    February 16, 2022

Developing Employable Life Skills through 4-H

Blaine County 4-H has been busy with activities all month. Anyone willing to ask for input from the two MSU-Blaine County Extension Agents would hear that 4-H is always busy. With Livestock Judging...


Chinook's Tyler Schoen Claims 170 Pound Montana State B/C Championship

The Chinook Sugarbeeters are once again home to a Montana Class B/C State Wrestling Champion. Junior Tyler Schoen claimed the B/C 170 pound championship Saturday night in Billings. Schoen went 4-0 in...


Montana State B/C Divisional Boys & Girls Wrestling Tournament RimRock Auto Arena, Metra Park, Billings, MT, February 11-12, 2022

Chinook Girls Results 103 Lbs. Grace Buck: Champ. Round 1 - Received a bye; Champ. Round 2 - Lost to Angelina Escarcega (Poplar) by fall 0:20; Cons. Round 2 - Lost to Lauren Steele (Bozeman) by fall 4:36. 120 Lbs. Shay Hauer: Champ. Round 1 - Lost...


Wildcats Blast No. 1 Seed Malta 97-74, Take Down Box Elder 96-85, Glasgow 88-64

The Harlem Wildcats are on a roll heading into the post season. After an up and down season that saw a bit of everything from the Wildcats the boys strung together three quality wins down the...


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