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Articles from the September 8, 2021 edition

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 By Donna Miller    News    September 8, 2021

Phase-in Period About to Expire in Mandatory Ten-Digit Dialing

Triangle Communications has been busily preparing the network and its members for the change from 7-digit local dialing to 10-digit dialing for local calls. The change to mandatory 10-digit dialing...

 

Chinook Blood Drive - September 14 at Wallner Hall

The Chinook community will host a community blood drive with the American Red Cross on Tuesday, September 14th from 12 noon to 6PM at Wallner Hall 330 Ohio (behind the Methodist Church, the door is...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    September 8, 2021

A Second Doctor Joins Blaine County Veterinary Service

Anyone requiring veterinarian services now has three choices at Blaine County Veterinary Service. Patrons can select a vet in Dr. Roger Baxter, Dr. Seth Phillips, or Dr. Bobbi Knudsen. A native of...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    September 8, 2021

Demonstration Garden Tours Begin Tomorrow Near Harlem

The USDA Extension Program at Aaniiih Nakoda College (ANC) will be hosting two Demonstration Garden Tours on Thursday, September 9. Both morning and afternoon tours will begin at the greenhouse on...

 

Grants Available to Benefit Blaine County

August 24, 2021 – The Montana Community Foundation (MCF) announces a grant cycle to benefit communities and residents of Blaine County. Grants will be made from the Blaine County Community Foundation Fund, established at the Montana Community...

 

Journal Jots

Harlem Library The Book Challenge for Sept. is to read the first book you touch on a shelf with your eyes closed! Book Club members may pick up the new selection “The Return” this week. The first discussion will be Sept. 13, 4 P.M. in the...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    September 8, 2021

Sugarbeet Festival Offers Events Galore

October 2 will be a day of celebration in Chinook, Montana! The annual Sugarbeet Festival is BACK, featuring a fully-packed day of events. With an event theme of Home on the Range and an array of...

 
 By Elmer Zarn    News    September 8, 2021

Chinook Police to Enforce Parking Regulation

Chief Elmer Zarn said his department will be strictly enforcing the parking regulation for parking “backwards” on a city street. If you park the wrong way and we see it you will be given a citation. Chief Zarn quoted Montana Law MCA 61-8-355...

 

Sis Nace

Sis Nace, 76 of Billings passed away August 22 due to Covid pneumonia. Sis was born Jan. 13, 1945 to Ralph and Minerva (Wilcox) Nace in Great Falls, MT and joined a big brother, Bill at home. She atte... Full story

 

Robert Lee Lavenger

Robert Lee Lavenger passed away August 31, 2021. On September 6, 1957, Robert Lee (Bobby) Lavenger was born to James Edward Lavenger (Dit Laverdure) and Elizabeth Zilda (Jeanette) Lavenger in Havre,... Full story

 

Big Flat 4-H July Meeting Minutes

The July meeting for Big Flat 4-H club was held on July 18, 2021 at 2:00 at the Turner Christian Church. The American Pledge was led by Colten and Jessa led the 4-H Pledge. Members present Hannah & Isabella Van Voast, Hannah and Natalie Richman,...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    September 8, 2021

Grand Opening Event on Saturday

The new owner of Shores Floral & Gift, Tomi Simenson invites the community to stop by 304 Indiana Street in Chinook on Saturday, September 11, from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m., for the store's...

 

Hogeland Happenings

Gene and Susan Billmayer attended the Big Flat Electric meeting on Thursday evening in Malta. Morgan and Jessica Klindworth and kids were visitors at Duane and Carol Klindworth’s home for the weekend. Matt and Annie Klindworth and kids visited as...

 

'Beeters Outlast North Star 3-2 to Remain Undefeated in Conference Play

The Chinook Sugarbeeters were at it again on the court serving up fans with another successful week. Friday night the Sugarbeeters headed to Gildford to take on the rival North Star Knights in a big...

 

Harlem Lady Cats Sweep St. Labre Twice

The Harlem Lady Cats were back in action this week looking to build on their first week of action in Malta. The Lady Cats traveled to Cut Bank Thursday night to take on the Wolves of the District 1B. The match was a very competitive one, but the Lady...

 

Harlem's Trottier 5th at Cut Bank Time Trials

The Harlem Wildcat Cross Country team was in Cut Bank this past Friday to take part in the Mike Reynolds Time Trials. The Wildcats took five runners to Cut Bank to compete. Senior Taya Trottier led...

 

'Beeters Rolling as they Rock Shelby 54-14 in Impressive Northern C Win

The Chinook Sugarbeeters have looked very impressive the first two weeks of the High School Class C Eight-player Football season. After knocking off Park City at home in week one, the 'Beeters headed...

 

Harlem falls to Chester/J-I 64-0 in Northern C Opener

After picking up their first Eight-player Football win in week one, the Harlem Wildcats were on their home field for their Northern C Conference opener. The Wildcats welcomed the Chester/Joplin-Inverness Hawks to town Friday night for the Conference...

 

Blaine County Beacon: Putting Trust in Drive and Passion

Montana Maid Simply is a house cleaning service based in Chinook that provides "quality, reliable, and trustworthy cleaning services at affordable rates" along the Hi-Line. Its owner is Rebecca...

 

Harlem Library

September is here and it is time to jump back into library activities! The library is planning in-person programming at this time. If pandemic numbers worsen, we may need to make alternative plans. The Book Club is a book discussion group for...

 

Two Area Residents Have Roles in Mamma Mia

Sounding suspiciously like a recipe foreshadowing disaster, one wedding, two best friends, and three father figures form the plot of a musical romantic comedy opening on September 10. Mamma Mia, a...

 

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