Articles from the September 13, 2023 edition

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Our "Small Town, Big Community" Welcomes you to the 2023 Sugarbeet Festival

Are you a Chinook Sugarbeeter fan, or maybe just live on the highline? Come check out our little towns Sugarbeet festival. Whereas just like our new town slogan says "Small town, Big community" we are...

 

Chinook Blood Drive September 19 at the Blaine County Fairgrounds

I forgot to do the article after our last drive so am incorporating it with the pre drive article. If you could get this in the week before the drive that would be great. Thanks a bunch. Carla On July 25th, 2023 the Chinook community hosted the Red...

 

Fall Meat Shoot Set to Raise Funds for Overhead Lights

The Chinook Rod and Gun Club will be holding a Fall Meat Shoot Fundraiser on September 23. The purpose of the Shoot is to raise funds for the installation of overhead lights at the Trap Range and new Archery Range. With gates opening at noon and...

 

Some thoughts about life hacks

Alert readers may recall a few weeks ago I wrote about my approaching tenth anniversary writing for the "Journal" (December, 2023). Reviewing my list of "stories I wish I'd written" I found today's...

 

Journal Jots

Blaine County Library Monday 4-8 grade Activity 4:00-5:00. Tuesday Story Time 10:30-11:00, Hangout for grades 5-8 4:00-5:00. Wednesday (9/13) Home School Hour 1:00-2:00, Board Games & Coloring 4:00-5:00, Teen Scene 6:00-7:00. Thursday LEGO Club...

 

Harlem Library

New titles at the library include thrillers “Beware the Woman” by Megan Abbott, “The Last Sinner” by Lisa Jackson, and “The Bone Hacker” by Kathy Reichs. Recently arrived inspirational novels are “Finding Us,” the second installment in the Pictures...

 

Chinook Senior Center

Hello From the Chinook Social Senior Center! We have had another wonderful week, here. If you haven’t joined us, you should! We had a very full house this past Saturday, Sept. 2nd for the Celebration of Life for Mitzi Bruss. You could certainly tell...

 

Encourage Someone - Hello God, it's me, Mara

You know Lord, looking back to a time in our life, to someone who encouraged and helped us along our way, Lord, You may be calling us to DO the same for someone in our life who might need a bit of help, cheer or even some praise right now. K.A., a...

 

Reed completes Certified Appraisal Training

Lucas Reed recently completed three years of apprenticeship and schooling; officially receiving his license as a State Certified General Appraiser in August 2023. He completed 3000 hours of...

 

Catherine "Cathy" Gail Johnson

Catherine "Cathy" Gail Johnson was a caring wife, mother, grandmother, and friend. She left this world on September 4, 2023 at age 71. Her battle with cancer in recent years showed her determination... Full story

 

Kenneth James Nelson

Kenneth James Nelson, 72, of Havre, Montana passed away peacefully surrounded by his four children on August 31, 2023 at the Great Falls Clinic Hospital. Ken was born on January 14,1951 in Havre,... Full story

 

'Beeters Outlast Shelby 3-2 Fall to Choteau 3-0

The Chinook Sugarbeeter Volleyball team welcomed the Shelby Coyotes to town on Friday and kept fans on the edge of their seats in a five set thrilling win over the visitors. Saturday the 'Beeters...

 

Lady Cats Fall to North Country & Glasgow on the Road

The Harlem Lady Cats had a tough test this week traveling to Saco/Whitewater/Hinsdale and the Glasgow Scotties in a pair of really strong opponents. The Lady Cats continued to play hard but fell to th...

 

Chinook 0-2 Following a 30-20 Loss to the Shelby Coyotes

The Chinook Sugarbeeters began the season with a hard fought battle on the road to the Culbertson Cowboys losing 18-8. The ‘Beeters had a bye week two, and were on the road again this past Saturday to take on the Shelby Coyotes. In another tough c...

 

Harlem, Chinook, Hays/Lodge Pole Thinclads well Represented at Havre Cross Country Meet

The Chinook Sugarbeeter, Harlem Wildcat and Hays/Lodge Pole Thunderbird Cross Country teams were in Havre this past Saturday. All three area schools had plenty of athletes run. Chinook led the way...

 

Harlem Soars Past the Northern Stars 82-22 to Pick up First Win

The Harlem Wildcat football team was back in action this Friday taking on the North Stars in Rocky Boy. The Wildcats had their way start to finish handing Rocky Boy a resounding 82-22 thumping to pick...

 

Powell Wins Hardest Hit Award

Following the football game on August 25, which the Chinook Beeters lost, 8-18, Julian Powell wore a chain with a railroad spike pendant to school. The interesting accessory wasn't a fashion...

 

Phase II work on keelboat at Fort Benton will soon stop

For the past two summers a dedicated group of volunteers has been meeting in Fort Benton for two week-long work sessions each summer. They are refurbishing the "Mandan," one of three keelboats built...

 

Benefit for Charlotte Latray - Vermillion September 16

Charlotte LaTray-Vermillion thought the day was just like any other and the flu like symptoms she had was just another cold. This went on for three days, thinking her symptoms were finally going to...

 

Local Club Wins Grant to Improve Safety at Gun and Archery Ranges

The Chinook Rod and Gun Club received official notification on August 31 that they had received a grant award from the Fish Wildlife and Parks (FWP) in a program to improve safety at gun and archery ranges. The local Club was among twelve awardee...

 

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