Articles from the March 20, 2024 edition

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 By Donna Miller    News    March 20, 2024

Sixth Graders Return from Regional Fair with Science Prizes

Four Meadowlark Elementary School sixth graders travelled with their teacher Mrs. Alicia Noel to Great Falls on March 5 to compete in the Regional Middle School Science Fair. Noel received indication...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    March 20, 2024

Dinner Theater Comes to the Big Flat

Big Flat Community Grain Bin in collaboration with Montana Actors’ Theatre will host a dinner theater performance of The Queen of Blaine County at the Turner Christian Church on April 6. Anyone wishing to attend should reserve a ticket by March 27. W...

 

CHS ALL CLASS REUNION – PLANS WELL UNDERWAY

Chinook High School Alumni are welcomed and invited to the upcoming CHS All-Class Reunion scheduled for July 4th – 7th, 2024, in Chinook. This four-day event will boast a plethora of fun and exciting activities. The Reunion Committee would like to w...

 

Rev. Ritch Grimes installed as Co-pastor by Milk River Churches (MRC)

The Milk River Churches (MRC) installed Rev. Ritch Grimes as a new Co-pastor at the four congregations' joint monthly service. The MRC include two Presbyterian congregations in Havre and Chinook and t...

 

Chinook Blood Drive was held on March 5th

At our recent blood drive on Tuesday March 5th we had 43 presenting donors with 40 units collected. Because of your generosity 120 lives will be saved. We encourage anyone who is healthy, willing and able to come help give the gift of life. Donors...

 

Blaine County Announces Online Burn Permits

The citizens of Blaine County are now able to obtain a burn permit online without standing in line or even leaving home. The Blaine County Burn Permit service – found at https://app.egovmt.com/burnpermit/ –available as of Feb 2024, and will pro...

 

Chinook High School to Host Prom This Weekend

Scheduled for this Saturday, March 23, the Chinook High School Prom will be hosted by the junior class. For this annual affair, the Class of 2026 has selected Pandora as its theme. The event begins with pictures in the high school shop at 5:30 p.m.,...

 

HarlemLibrary

Be sure to join us tomorrow evening, March 21, at 6:30 P.M. for the program “The Geology of Blaine County” presented by Rod Benson. Rod grew up in Harlem, lives in Helena, and teaches high school science in Hays. He is currently in his 42nd and fin...

 

ChinookSeniorCenter

Hello From the Chinook Social Senior Center We have finally gotten the Foot Clinic back in session, after several attempts. I am very glad for that, as are the people who definitely need that service. We are rescheduling them for Mon., April 1st. If...

 

Chinook Library

The Blaine County Library Board of Trustees will hold their regular monthly meeting Monday, March 25th at 4:30 p.m. in the library meeting room. New movies ready for checkout are Wonka, Migration and The Color Purple. “Wandering Stars” by Tommy Ora...

 
 By ma    Opinion    March 20, 2024

Thoughts of Joy - Hello, God, it's me, Mara

You know, Lord, each and every one of us folks could tell of a single item that holds importance and joy that he or she would never part with. ‘Patty’ told us of a fifty-year-old recipe card that was in her mom’s handwriting. Another gal share...

 

Johnnie L. Gorman

Johnnie L Gorman (73) died on March 6, 2024. John was born on May 17, 1950. He had many interests including hunting, fishing, golf, & archery. John worked as a meat cutter in Chinook, Harlem, &... Full story

 

Debt Free Living

Debt-free living. That has a pleasant ring to it, doesn’t it. Those three simple words have a way of invoking a sense of freedom. They clash with today’s norms of mortgages, high interest rates, credit card and consumer debt - where we spend, spe...

 

Harlem Students place 2nd in Congressional App Challenge

I personally wanted to share some positive information/news on the team that I was an Advisor for during the 2022-2023 School Year with Code Girls United. We ended the year with 4 Girls on our Team; three 5th Grade Students and one 6th Grade student...

 

Montana Masonic Foundation presents donations to Local Groups

(Top) Bro. David Sageser, Senior Grand Steward of the Grand Lodge of Montana, presented a check for $4000 from the Montana Masonic Foundation to Patricia Loceo Reid to be used for technology....

 

Art Show Winners Named

The 74th Annual Seed Show is in the books, and according to the Superintendent of the Art Show, Mary-Kate Nienhuis-French, the display of artwork was especially "impressive" this year with so many of...

 

Montana Seed Show - Bread Winners

By Karolee Cronk The 2024 Montana Seed Show Bread Show had many tasty bread entries. Blue Ribbon Winners were: Adult - White Bread-Aschlea Schroder, 100% whole wheat bread-Amanda Powell, Machine...

 

Blaine County Athletes Account for 19 All-State, All-Conference Selections

The Winter High School sports season has come to an end and with that, the post season honors list have been released. A bevy of Blaine County athletes were named to their respective sports awards...

 

Blaine County Athletes Account for 19 All-State, All-Conference Selections

The Winter High School sports season has come to an end and with that, the post season honors list have been released. A bevy of Blaine County athletes were named to their respective sports awards...

 

Harlem ROARING Students

(Left) Mrs. Rhonda Baker's 5th graders were chosen as the ROARing class for the week ending January 18th. These students earned this distinction by staying Respectful, Organized, Always safe, and...

 

Youth Leaders Gather in Wolf Point

On Tuesday, March 5, several schools representing District V were invited to attend the Montana Association of Student Councils (MASC) meeting. Mary Zuchowski, the current District V Advisor from...

 

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