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Articles from the September 29, 2021 edition

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 By Kody Farmer    News    September 29, 2021

Native American Week at Hays/Lodge Pole Schools

Hays/Lodge Pole Elementary, Junior High and High School celebrated Native American Week in grand fashion. The celebration began on Monday with the ‘Deadly Auntie’ contest which consisted of teams of three girls racing to put up Teepee’s. The...

 

There's a New Movement in Town: Harlem Rocks!

Although Pokémon Go was all the rage a few years ago, a more low-key, unplugged treasure-hunt trend is steadily growing in popularity in Montana communities: finding painted rocks. In an effort to...

 

Two Young Adult Volunteers Will Serve in Chinook for a Year

Through a Presbyterian Church program called Young Adult Volunteers, Emma Kate Lander and Brendan Stump will be spending a year in Chinook, Montana. After a week of orientation delivered virtually, th...

 

Investigations lead to charges for unlawfully killed bull elk and bull moose in north-central Montana

Two Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks law enforcement cases from the fall of 2020 were completed, including an unlawfully killed bull elk in Blaine County, and a bull moose in Phillips County. Lucas Sterling, 42, of Columbia Falls, plead guilty to...

 

Harlem Elementary Students ROAR into the New School Year and Welcome New Administration

With the beginning of the 2021-2022 academic year, Harlem Elementary School is already adding to their esteemed Rockin' ROAR Roster! Under the leadership of two female American Indian Educators:...

 

Journal Jots

Harlem Library Take part in the programs at your library. Storytime for ages 0-5 is held each Tues. morning at 10 A.M. Elementary students are invited to After School Squad, which focuses on STEAM activities, each Wed. at 3:30 P.M. Lego Club for all...

 

GARDENING A HUGE SUCCESS

This year was a bit of a challenge for gardening on the Big Flat due to the shortage of rain showers. But, persistence wins the whoppers award for a few gardeners in the area. Loretta Beck of...

 

Hogeland Happenings

Dave and Jan Kuehl left for their homes in Wisconsin after spending Sunday through Thursday morning with the Zellmer cousins and Sandy Beck, who is also a cousin. They were houseguests at Wally and Loretta Becks while here. On Sunday evening, Wally,...

 

Northern Montana Health Care Awards "C.A.R.E." Award to Employees

Havre, Montana –Northern Montana Health Care (NMHC) recently presented the C.A.R.E. Award to two employees. Paul Schuschke, RN, part of the Emergency Medicine team, won the Award in June and...

 

Hailey Bell

Our beloved daughter, sister, granddaughter, niece, auntie, cousin, and friend began her journey on September 24, 2021. Hailey Rose Bell was born to William "Bill" and Courtney Bell on November 13,... Full story

 

Harlem Library

Stop by your library and see the new selections ready to be checked out! “The Other Black Girl” is by Zakiya Dalila Harris. Editorial assistant Nella Rogers is tired of being the only black girl at Wagner Books and is excited when Hazel-May...

 

Homecoming: 'Beeters blast North Star, Top Centerville

The Chinook Sugarbeeters were looking to build on a strong showing at home last Thursday in a win over Box Elder as they turned to the second half of the conference schedule. In meetings earlier this...

 

Lady Cats top Wolf Point in Four, Fall to North Country

The Harlem Lady Cats have been on the brink of breaking through and finding some wins in the matches they have played. Head Coach Kim Faulkinberry and her Lady Cat team have competed hard for the most part, having a chance to win night in and night...

 

Thunderbirds Much More Competitive Against the Knights

The Hays/Lodge Pole Thunderbird Volleyball team continues to work hard on the court and is getting better each time they step up to play. The Thunderbirds have had to overcome more than their fair...

 

5-0 'Beeters Blast Chester/J-I 61-14 in Homecoming Game, Head to Simms Next

The Chinook Sugarbeeters capped off Homecoming Week Friday night under the lights as they welcomed the Chester/Joplin-Inverness Hawks to Hoon Field. The 'Beeters entered the contest as winners of four...

 

Thunderbirds, Wildcats fall in Northern C Football

The Hays/Lodge Pole Thunderbirds were back on the field this past Friday as they traveled to Shelby to take on the Coyotes in a Northern C ‘B’ Subdivision contest. The Coyotes defeated the Thunderbirds 56-6 Thunderbirds were playing just their...

 

Thunderbirds Hosts Cross Country Meet, Perform Well

The Hays/Lodge Pole Thunderbird Cross Country team is back on track and ready to run this fall. The Thunderbirds hosted their Cross Country Meet this past Wednesday with elementary, Junior High and...

 

Hays/Lodge Pole Schools Celebrate Native American Week in Traditional Fashion

Native American Week was celebrated at local schools September 20-24. Native American Day in Montana and Texas was celebrated on Friday, September 24. Known also as American Indian Heritage Day or Nat...

 
 By Sam French    News    September 29, 2021

"Hear Me, My Chiefs"

It is not every year that Blaine County Museum organizes something special for the community in observation of the anniversary of the Battle of Bear Paw. This year, however, we are hosting an event that will honor the history of the Nez Perce Flight...

 

Harlem Elementary Bestows ROAR Awards

Each week, Harlem Elementary has been naming a trio of students to join the Rockin' ROAR Roster. For the week ending September 17, kindergartener Isaiah Doney, fourth grader Kayleigh Gray, and fifth...

 

Havre Women's Golf Association Presents Cash Award to Northern Montana Health Care Foundation

Havre, Montana –The Havre Women's Golf Association (HWGA) recently awarded the Northern Montana Health Care Foundation with a check for $48,900. This was the total proceeds from their 2021 "Golfing...

 

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