Articles from the November 15, 2023 edition

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BIG FLAT CATHOLIC YOUTH HELP IN A TIME OF NEED

The Big Flat Catholic youth group did an act of kindness as they helped stock the Harlem Food Bank. They asked the community for donations and had several drop off spots throughout the community. The...

 
 By Kody Farmer    News    November 15, 2023

Fort Belknap Holds Tribal Council Election, Winners Seated

The Fort Belknap Indian Community General Election Certification was released on Tuesday, November 7. The Inauguration and Swearing In Ceremony was held, Wednesday, November 8 at the Red Whip Center and is available to view on Fort Belknap’s F...

 
 By Sam French    News    November 15, 2023

World War II Veteran Gilbert Horn honored with Exhibit at Local Museum

This past year, Blaine County Museum has undergone many important and exciting changes. With the support of the Blaine County Commissioners, the museum was able to increase its annual budget to...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    November 15, 2023

FFA Will Travel to Bozeman for J Days

A group of members from the Chinook Chapter of the FFA will be travelling with their advisor, Mrs. Mitzi Cecrle, to Bozeman later this week to attend the Montana FFA Ag Expo. Scheduled for November...

 

Turner Students Travel to Washington DC

The Turner High School Juniors and Seniors from the DC Club recently traveled to Washington, DC. for a week-long trip of learning and exploring. Some of the highlights they saw were the White House,...

 

Blaine County Library

November is recognized as Native American Heritage Month in the United States. It is a time to celebrate and honor the rich and diverse culture, history, traditions, and contributions of Native Americans to our country. It’s a great time to educate y...

 

Harlem Library

The library is hosting the program “Sharks: Friends or Foes?” presented by Heather Jorgenson Thursday, November 16, 7 P.M. in the library meeting room. She will share about her experience at the Bimini Shark Lab Teacher Institute, Bimini Island in...

 

Chinook Senior Center

Hello From the Chinook Social Senior Center! We have had yet another fabulous week, here! If you were not here, you should have been! We have had another wonderful Painting class with Jack Brandon. What fun! I do believe that he may be successful at...

 

Laurie Ann Skones George

Laurie Ann Skones George, 55, passed away November 4, 2023, at her home in Havre, MT with her family by her side after losing a courageous battle with cancer. Her funeral service will be Friday, Novem... Full story

 

Karen Louise Brekke

Karen Louise Brekke, 85, died at her home in Helena, Montana on November 2, 2023. She was born on April 26, 1938 in Harlem, Montana to John James and Ameretta G. Kelly. She started working as soon as... Full story

 

Doug Hayes Leads Adult Trip to Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls is a must see site for all ages, its three captivating waterfalls the Horseshoe, American, and Bridal Falls create the Niagara Falls and is the largest North American waterfall by...

 

NUMBERS ------------------------------ Hello God, it's me, Mara

You know Lord, t’was fun listening to kids talk about numbers. Here’s a bit of what they said. D. J.: “My grandma’s having a hard time trying to remember her cell phone number, but when her phone rings, even in her old age, she’s smart enough to...

 

Downtown Havre Holiday Stroll set for November 25, 2023

Rudolph Run Saturday, November 25, 2023 • $25 entry fee The Rudolph Run is a one mile family fun glow run through Historic downtown Havre. Light the streets with holiday spirit while you run! The race starts and ends at Town Square in downtown H...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    November 15, 2023

Dancin' Dougie Hall Slated to Present Inspirational Message

On November 21, Professional Indian Cowboy, Entrepreneur, Professional Bucking Horse Producer, and Motivational Speaker, Dougie Hall will be the featured guest at Chinook High School. Sponsored in...

 

2 'Beeters, Wildcat earn All-Conference Recognition

The 2023 volleyball season is in the books and post-season awards have been announced for District 1B and District 2B. The Chinook Sugarbeeters landed two on the District 1B awards list while the Harl...

 

Sugarbeeters hold Fall Sports Awards Ceremony for Cross Country, Football and Volleyball

The Chinook Sugarbeeters held their Fall Sports Awards Ceremony this past Monday night, highlighting the individual accomplishments during the Cross Country, Football and Volleyball seasons. Football certificates were awarded to freshman Griffin...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    November 15, 2023

Red Ribbon Week Artists Named

During Red Ribbon Week, which is celebrated annually from October 23-31, students in the upper grades at Meadowlark Elementary School created original art to convey the message of a drug free lifestyl...

 

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