Articles from the November 29, 2023 edition

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The Holiday Season is upon us and Blaine County Started in Spectacular Fashion

Top: The 38th Annual Parade of Lights was held in Chinook this past Friday. Festivities including a Scavanger Hunt at the Museum, Vendors at the Library and Senior Center, Cheeseburger Soup by...

 

Turner, MT was filled with fun and games Saturday night!

Turner, MT was filled with fun and games Saturday night! Turner may be small, but they always have a great time when everyone gets involved. Locals filled the little town as they strolled around...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    November 29, 2023

Harlem Friends of the Library Will Host Silver Bells Event

On Wednesday evening, December 6, from 6:00-8:00, the Friends of the Library will be hosting their Annual Wine and Cheese Fundraiser at the Harlem Public Library. The library, located at 37 First Street SE in Harlem, will be closed that day for...

 
 By Kody Farmer    News    November 29, 2023

Blaine County Fair Foundation Presents the First Annual Fur Fest

The Blaine County Fair Foundation is proud to present the First Annual Blaine County Fur Fest. Coyotes are a huge problem all over Blaine County and North Central Montana. The event is not only an effective fundraiser for the Fair Foundation but also...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    November 29, 2023

Deadline Approaches for Youth Tour to Washington D.C.

The Foundation for Rural Service & Triangle Communications sponsors a trip to Washington, D.C. for up to two high school juniors each year. The deadline to apply is December 1. This year’s tour dates are June 3-7, 2024. Any 16-17 year old high...

 

BLOOD DRIVE A SUCCESS IN TURNER

A blood drive was held last week in Turner at the American Lutheran Church. There were 20 donors that turned out. The National Honor Society helped check people in and the Turner Auxiliary provided...

 

STUDENTS COMPETE IN COLORING CONTEST

The second and third grade students participated in a coloring contest sponsored by the Blaine County Health Department earlier this Fall. The contest was geared to raise awareness of Mental illness....

 

Chinook Senior Center

Hello From the Chinook Social Senior Center! We are truly enjoying all of the new people who are visiting us & participating in our activities. There is so much laughter with Cornhole! You really need to try it! GET IN HERE! We have been richly bless...

 

Harlem Library

The Harlem Library Board will hold their monthly meeting today, November 29, at 4:30 P.M. in the library meeting room. The Friends of the Library Holiday Wine and Cheese “Silver Bells” fundraiser will be December 6 from 6:00- 8:00 P.M. at the...

 

Giant Gingerbread Kids

½ c. sugar ¾ tsp. ground ginger ½ c. shortening ½ tsp. baking soda ½ c. dark molasses ¼ tsp. ground allspice ¼ c. water 2 ½ c. Golden Medal all ¾ tsp. salt purpose flour Raisins or currants 1. Beat sugar, shortening, molasses and water in a...

 

FANTASY FUDGE

3 c. sugar 1 (7oz.) jar Kraft marshmallow crème 2/3 c. undiluted Carnation Evaporated milk ¾ c. margarine 1 c. chopped nuts 1 tsp. vanilla 1 (12 oz.) pkg. semi sweet Chocolate pieces Combine sugar, margarine and milk in heavy 2 ½ quart saucepan,...

 

Olive Lucille Robinson

Olive Lucille Robinson, age 90, passed away in Whitefish, Montana on November 19, 2023. Her life revolved around the ranch life. She spent most of her life between the ranch and town while her son,... Full story

 

Chinook Holds A Successful Red Cross Blood Drive

Chinook Blood Drive On November 14, 2023 the Chinook community hosted the Red Cross Blood Drive. We had 51 donors registered with 45 productive units. We had 6 first time donors: Addison Olsen,...

 

Turner Girls ready to get the Season Started

The Turner Tornadoes girls’ basketball team has been in the gym practicing hard in preparation for the 2023-24 season to get underway. Leading the way once again is Head Coach, Julie Welsh. The...

 

Turner Boys return with Plenty of Experience

The Turner boys’ basketball team is looking to continue the growth established a season ago. Their numbers are small, but they have plenty of experience returning at the top of the lineup and qualit...

 

Record Numbers Out For Harlem Wrestlers

The Harlem Wildcat and Ladycat wresting teams boast record impressive numbers for the 2023-24 season. All told, the teams have 41 student athletes ready to compete, 28 boys and 14 girls. Head Coach...

 

'Beeter Grapplers Set for the 2023-24 Season to get Underway

he Chinook Sugarbeeter wrestling team has been working hard in practice as a new season is about to get underway. Head Coach, Ben Stroh returns to lead the ‘Beeters for the third year. Kenny Pruttis and Robin Stroh will assist him once again. The ...

 

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