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Articles from the September 7, 2022 edition

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HHS Class of '72: finally, a class reunion

After 50 years, the Harlem High School Class of 1972 held a class reunion, their first. Several commented that over the years there had been attempts to schedule a reunion, but it never happened. One...

 

Graffiti Artist Provides Inspiration for Art Project in Turner

In one of their beginning art lessons, students at Turner Public School learned about ThankYouX and decided to create a mural in the artist's style. Under the direction of their art teacher, April...

 
 By Kody Farmer    News    September 7, 2022

P.A.W.S Animal Shelter Dealing with Multiple Emergencies

The P.A.W.S. Animal Shelter in Chinook successfully managed to get through August after having several emergencies dumped on their doorstep. The Shelter still has a ton of needs and a lot of work to...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    September 7, 2022

Stuker Receives Distinguished Leader Award

Richard Stuker, Board President for Triangle Communications, was presented the 2022 Distinguished Leader Award at the Broadband Montana Annual Meeting held at Big Sky Resort from August 22-24. "Rich...

 

Jason DeShaw to Speak at Harlem Assembly Today

Harlem High School is hosting an assembly sponsored by Tristan Billmayer Memorial, featuring Jason DeShaw. It will take place on Wednesday, September 7 at 1:30 in the afternoon at Harlem High School Gymnasium. All Blaine County Schools (7-12) have... Full story

 

Journal Jots

Harlem Library The Book Challenge for September is to read a book that includes a map. During the month of Sept. stop by to “Buy a Bag O’ Books!” You may purchase a grocery sack full of books for $1. Block Builders will meet on 9/13 at 7pm...

 
 By Kody Farmer    News    September 7, 2022

Blaine County Sheriff Candidates Share their Views Ahead of November Election

Deputy Sheriff Kevin Spudic has thrown his hat into the 2022 Blaine County Sheriff Election, running as a Write-In Candidate. The 2022 Election will take place on Tuesday, November 8, 2022. The...

 

Hogeland Happenings

Terry and Brenda Mohar and Dusty and Misty Mohar and boys spent the weekend at Fort Peck attending the Carda Family Reunion. Gene and Susan Billmayer visited with Jim and Helen at Timber Creek in Havre on Saturday. Duane and Carol Klindworth attended...

 

Vandalism Case in South Blaine County Progressing Quickly

The massive vandalism that struck a family owned property in southern Blaine County has generated significant interest throughout the region and in a recent press release by the Blaine County Sheriff...

 

Harlem Library

September is Library Card Sign-up month! Use this opportunity to take advantage of all your local library has to offer. This year marks the 30th anniversary of Library Card Sign-up Month, a national o...

 

Blaine County Library

Fall programs have begun. Join us Friday September 9th for the movie Nim’s Island starting at 2:15. It is rated PG and run time is 1 hour and 30 minutes. Story Time is Tuesday mornings at 10:30 a.m. and Hangout for grades 5 & 6 will be at 3:30....

 

'Beeters 2-0 after Dominate Road Win 46-6 over Park City, Homecoming Friday Against Shelby

The Chinook Sugarbeeters made the long trip south to take on the Park City Panthers in a non conference contest between Northern C and Southern C Stalwarts. The Sugarbeeters were coming off a season...

 

Harlem Falls to Shelby 44-22, Set to Host Rocky Boy for Homecoming Friday

The Harlem Wildcats were on the road again this week, this time making the trip west to take on the Shelby Coyotes in their Northern C Eight-man Conference opener. The Wildcats came away on the short end of a 44-22 score, but the score isn’t...

 

'Beeters Breeze Past North Star 3-0, Second at 39th Annual Chinook Invitational

The Chinook Sugarbeeter Volleyball team had a huge week on the court. Thursday the girls hosted the North Star Knights in a District 7C Showdown that was never really close. The 'Beeters came out...

 

Lady Cats fall to Wolf Point, Sweep St. Labre in Doubleheader to Finish Week 2-1

The Harlem Lady Cats had a good week on the court, going 2-1 in match play to start the season. On Thursday the girls were in Wolf Point to take on the Wolves in their District 2B Conference opener....

 

'Beeters Make History, Compete in First Ever Cross Country Meet in Cut Bank

The Chinook Sugarbeeter Cross Country team made history this past Friday, competing for the first time in a Cross Country Meet in School History. After years of being denied a program, the stars...

 

Kristy Billmayer Had a Passion for Art and Animals That Glowed

The Charles M. Russell Museum Art Show and Sale wrapped up its latest show on August 22, 2022. This prestigious event has featured not only classic works of the famous artists himself but a multitude...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    September 7, 2022

Beef Raffle Winner Will Be Announced at Tenth Annual Gun & Antique Show

With the winner drawn at the 2022 Chinook Gun & Antique Show on September 30-October 2, the Chinook Rod & Gun Club is holding a raffle of a quarter of beef. The Beef Raffle has been made possible by a generous donation from Triangle Communications, w...

 

Alvin Hopkins: I Just want it all to Look Nice!

There are individuals in communities across America that just want to do something to make their surroundings better. In Chinook, one of those individuals is Alvin Hopkins. A familiar face to most...

 

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