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Articles from the July 21, 2021 edition

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CAR SHOW PROVED GREAT TIME

The Turner Car Show and Fly In was a huge success this weekend. The quiet town of Turner was abuzz all day with various sites and sounds of cars, trucks, bikes, and airplanes. There was a great turn...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    July 21, 2021

A Passion for Tsuba Results in a Book

Most of us have a passion, something in which we find great satisfaction, pleasure, or fulfillment. For Chinook native M. Jeffrey Harshman, a retired school psychologist in Colorado Springs, that is...

 

MAIL BALLOT VOTING FOR HARLEM CITY ELECTION

The election for council members and mayor in the City of Harlem will be voting by mail ballot. This type of election allows the voter the convenience of voting at home and simply returning the ballot by mail or delivering it to the Blaine County...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    July 21, 2021

4-H Fair Is Scheduled in Lodge Pole

Bidders, businesses, and the public are invited to the Fort Belknap 2021 4-H Fair. The event will take place from August 12-13 in Lodge Pole, Montana, at the Wasay Wakpa Arena and Powwow Grounds. The...

 
 By Kody Farmer    News    July 21, 2021

$100 Million Funding Bill for St. Mary/Milk River passes out of Senate Natural Resource Committee, Work still to be done

Montana Senators John Tester and Steve Daines released press statements regarding the Bi-partisan Bill designed to provide as much as 100 Million Dollars to repair the Milk River Irrigation...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    July 21, 2021

Rodeo Arena Gets New Lights

On July 15 and 16, crews were hard at work setting 85-foot utility poles for new arena lights at the Blaine County Fairgrounds. The project is a collaborative effort of several organizations and...

 
 By Anita Reed    Lifestyles    July 21, 2021

Hogeland Happenings

Sunday after church last week in Hogeland, Mary Ellen Deloach had coffee at Dee Mohar’s. Sylvia and Joe popped in to say hi while there. Darwin Zellmer was out a few times this week doing odds and ends for Wally and Loretta Beck and also had lunch...

 

Journal Jots

Harlem Library The is the last week of summer reading programming. Thanks to everyone who participated! You have until Aug. 6 to read and report your totals to the library to earn prizes and chances to win grand prizes. The Book Challenge for July...

 

Danny Richard Zinn

Danny Richard Zinn, 65, of Chinook Montana, went to be with the Lord on July 6th at 6:00AM with his son Adam by his side. Danny was the second child born to Richard and Lois (Bilger) Zinn on August 14... Full story

 

4 Basic Elements ? Hello God, it's me, Mara

You know, Lord, several friends went walking one morning, through the nearby park, along some hills, loving and appreciating the view, enjoying their time together. Gal #1: “I’m out of water, I’ll soon need a drink. Are we about to the end of...

 

Chinook Senior Center

The annual meeting will be on Friday July 23rd; at 11 a.m. there are 2 board seats to vote in. Come cast your vote. Members only get to vote. Make sure you have paid your membership dues for the year. Membership dues are $10.00 a year. If you would...

 
 By Steve Edwards    News    July 21, 2021

Signs of the Times

Motorists coming in to Chinook from the west on US 2 can enjoy a brief "no construction zone" between these two signs on the west edge of town. They are signs of the times as road repairs carried on...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    July 21, 2021

Providing Advocacy and Giving Access

Launched in 2010, GoFundMe is the world’s largest social fundraising platform and considered a leader in online fundraising. So, it’s no surprise that when two individuals were seeking to help a local homeless girl, they created a GoFundMe page....

 

Harlem Library

This is the last week for “Tails and Tales” summer reading programming. What fun it has been to see the children and their families this summer! Participants of all ages have until August 6 to log their reading. Report your numbers to the...

 
 By Kody Farmer    News    July 21, 2021

Staff Sergent Nickolaus Mowrer, U.S. Olympian, has Strong Harlem Family Connection

So few people have the honor of representing the United States on the world stage. Even fewer have the opportunity to do so on the grandest stage of them all, the Olympics. Butte, Montana native...

 
 By Kody Farmer    Sports    July 21, 2021

Chinook in Sidney, Harlem in Choteau, Divisionals in Lewistown this Weekend

The regular season of the Montana Federation of Swimmers summer schedule concluded this past weekend with the Chinook Lions Swim Team competing in Sidney and the bulk of the Harlem Swim Team in...

 
 By Kody Farmer    Sports    July 21, 2021

From Billings to Phoenix: Blaine County Athletes Continue to Perform at a High Level

July is a very busy month for many student athletes in Blaine County. The Big Sky State Games are being played over the course of three weeks in Billings and include everything from Table Tennis to...

 

Blaine County Library

The library will be open limited hours today, July 21st, due to staff scheduling issues. We will be open 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. We apologize for any inconvenience. Summer programs will continue through July. Story Walk at the Meadowlark will be Mondays...

 
 By Diana Maloney    News    July 21, 2021

TURNER SCHOOL RECEIVES CHECK

The Turner School was elated to receive a $5,000.00 check from Northwest Farm Credit Services this past May. The money was presented to Superintendent, Mr. Tony Warren, who applied for the money. All...

 

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