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Articles from the May 22, 2019 edition

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 By Jessica Mussetter    News    May 22, 2019

Addicted and Hopeful: Opioid Addiction is not new

Opioid addiction is not new - many have suffered from this epidemic for years. Though highly addictive, opioids alone are not fully to blame for the overwhelming number of addicted individuals. There...


Bill signed into law creating a student debt assistance program for young farmers and ranchers

For Immediate Release HELENA — A program to offer student debt assistance to young farmers and ranchers in Montana was signed into law on Friday, May 10, and will encourage young people to pursue a career in agriculture, Montana’s leading...


Montana FWP: Paddlefish Mandatory Reporting Phone Numbers Incorrect

For Immediate Release Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks recently discovered that the call-in numbers listed on many of the small gold mailed-out cards sent to those anglers with Upper Missouri harvest tags are incorrect. Cards are mailed out to...

 By Donna Miller    News    May 22, 2019

Community Benefits from Meadowlark Elementary Sixth Grade Volunteers

The MBI student leadership team (SLT) at Meadowlark Elementary School (MES) conducted a Community Service Day where all the sixth graders set out to visit five sites in Chinook to volunteer on May...

 By Jane Krass    News    May 22, 2019

Hogeland Happenings

Loretta Beck was to GreatFalls on Thursday for a medical appt. Afterwards she enjoyed lunch with her sister, Laura Sherwood. Susan Billmayer spent the week in Great Falls with Emily attending the Special Olympics. Graduation was held on Saturday for...

 By Erik Seitsema    Opinion    May 22, 2019

Patching Cracks

Wabi-sabi is the Japanese word referring to their cultural understanding of beauty. It’s an interesting perspective that is very different from what we generally accept in the west. Whereas we tend to look at things that are perfect as beautiful,...


Mary Alice Sutherlin

Victor - Mary Alice Sutherlin, 82, of Victor passed away Wednesday, May 8, 2019 after a long battle with Parkinson’s. She was born November 18, 1936 in Bozeman the daughter of Ansel and Mary Hathaway. Marry Alice was raised in Bridger Canyon, MT... Full story


Gail Laverne Richardson

Gail Laverne Richardson, - Chinook, MT. Gail Laverne Richardson, born May 24, 1939 died March 9, 2019. Gail was the daughter of Charles E. and Margaret I. Acher of Chinook. Gail is survived by her Daughter Laurie Acher-Jaquiss and son-in-law Robert... Full story


Harlem Library

The Summer Reading program “ A Universe of Stories” kicks off with Family Fun Night May 29, from 6:00 to 7:30. All children from preschool to junior high and their families are invited to attend for a time of stories, activities, and snacks....


Harlem Senior Center

Thank you for all the raised garden bed donations. Barb Skoyen and Kay Brekke for the potting soil; Rose Noel for working up the courtyard dirt and planting flowers in the barrels out front; Wade Stout for helping getting rocks and hauling them....


Chinook Senior Center

Hi all. Please note that we will be closed Monday, May 27th for Memorial Day. There will be a potluck, but no deliveries. Coming up on the 29th Sweet Medical Center will be hosting a meet and greet here at the senior center from 2-5. Please come and... Full story


Blaine County Library

Children can start signing up for Blaine County Library’s Summer Reading Program after school gets out on Friday. Our Summer Reading Programs will officially kick off Monday June 3, 2019. We have fun programs and events for children of all ages....

 By Janice Gilham    News    May 22, 2019

Harlem Elementary 6th Graders bring history to life with this years Wax Museum

As the end of the school year nears, Harlem Elementary has become an extremely popular and busy site. One of the major activities this week included the traditional Wax Museum held by the 6th grade...

 By Steve Edwards    Opinion    May 22, 2019

South of the Border:"Some uncommon farm tractors around Whitlash"

Column No. 14 Columnist's note: A tractor sitting by a shed near the Whitlash Post Office drew my attention when we first moved to town. It was a Belarus, which sure sounded Russian to me. Some...

 By Donna Miller    News    May 22, 2019

Talent Showcase Held on Monday

Under the direction of teacher adviser Mrs. Emily Scofield, the MBI student leadership team (SLT) at Meadowlark Elementary School hosted a talent showcase on Monday, May 20 at 2:00 in the school's...

 By Kody Farmer    Sports    May 22, 2019

'Beeters will send 15, Harlem 6 and Turner 4 to State B & C Track and Field Meets

Blaine County will be well represented this weekend at the State C Track in Field Meet at the Laurel Sports Complex in Laurel. The Chinook Sugarbeeters will take 15 athletes to the State C including...

 By Kody Farmer    Sports    May 22, 2019

'Beeter girls bring home 2nd place trophy at State C Golf in Seeley

The Chinook Sugarbeeter girls golf team has had a very successful 2019 season. After qualifying five for the State C Tournament in Seeley, the girls were looking to once again bring home hardware....


FSA Maps - 2019 Acreage Reporting, Crop Certification Deadline

In order to comply with FSA program eligibility requirements, all producers, including livestock producers, are encouraged to visit their local FSA office to file an accurate crop certification report by the applicable deadline. Producers are...


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