Articles from the December 13, 2023 edition

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Homeschool Hour students learn about parfleche and how it was decorated

Blaine County Library's Homeschool Hour students recently had their last session for 2023. Providing programs aimed at homeschool students, Homeschool Hour meets 1-2pm on Wednesdays. Per Assistant...

 

Fair Board's 2023 Blaine County Fur Fest a "huge success"

This year's Blaine County Fur Fest Coyote Hunt was sponsored for the first time by the Blaine County Fair Foundation. The event was held the first weekend of December and was deemed a huge success....

 
 By Donna Miller    News    December 13, 2023

Identifying Disguised Vaping Devices

On Monday, December 11, Chinook students in grades 5-12 attended a Vaping Prevention presentation in the Lloyd Sweet Auditorium. Kris Minard, the Tobacco Use Prevention Education Specialist with the...

 

Blaine County Museum Memo

December is shaping up to be a great month over here at the museum! On Wednesday December 6th we put on a “parfleche workshop” for 28 area kids in conjunction with the wonderful folks over at the Blaine County Library. The parfleche workshop was...

 

Blaine County Library

Emily had a reading challenge for the month of November. Students had to read 20 minutes every day in November and fill in a time log. 37 students from Chinook, Zurich, Cleveland, and Bear Paw Schools returned reading slips to the library. Edwin...

 

Harlem Library

A great big thank you to everyone who supported the Wine & Cheese Fundraiser. Once again, it was a wonderful and successful event. Your generosity is greatly appreciated. The December Book Challenge is to read a book about music, bands, or...

 

Chinook Senior Center

Hello from the Chinook Social Senior Center! We are very busy around here, preparing for Christmas & the many fun activities here at our wonderful Center! It seems the same each year! Pretty soon, we run out of days! We’ll get there, before...

 

Myla Mae Molkjer Cole

Myla Mae Molkjer Cole passed away on November 30, 2023, in Great Falls, MT surrounded by her family. She was born on June 11, 1943, to Nels Molkjer and Eloise B. Farrell Molkjer, in their car in Chino... Full story

 

North Chinook Boosters 4-H Meeting Minutes

The 2nd meeting of the North Chinook Boosters 4-H club was held November 19th at the Triple E meeting room. The meeting was called to order by president Ashlyn Hofeldt. The American pledge was led by Jana Snediger, The 4-H pledge was led by Gracie...

 

Big Flat 4-H Meeting Minutes

The November meeting of Big Flat 4-H club was called to order on November 19, 2023 at 2:00 PM at the Turner Christian Church. Members present include: Piper and Avery Fox, Mary Simons, Mason Friedrich, Isabella Van Voast, Hannah Van Voast, Hannah...

 

Sugarbeeters 3-0 after racing past Eureka & Malta at Tip-off Tournament

The Chinook Sugarbeeters were in Shelby this past weekend for the Coyote Tip-Off Preseason Tournament. The 'Beeter girls first took on the Eureka Lions on Friday morning and came away with a...

 

Lady Cats Thump Roundup 55-17 & Fall to Shepherd 65-20

The Harlem Lady Cats finally got their 2023-24 campaign started this past weekend in Billings at the Class B Tip-off being played at Lockwood High School. Friday afternoon, the Lady Cats caged the...

 

Tornadoes fall to Engineers 38-37 & Shepherd 46-35

The Turner Tornado girls took part in their second pre-season tournament in as many weeks this past Friday and Saturday in Harlowton. Friday the girls took on the host Harlowton Engineers, falling...

 

Wildcats 2-0 After Racing Past Roundup 91-26 & Topping Shepherd 62-52

The Harlem Wildcats were the last Blaine County basketball team to take the court this winter. After weeks of practicing against each other, they finally got the chance to play someone in a different...

 

Turner Boys Fall to Sheridan & Secure win against Jordan 71-60

The Turner Tornadoes headed south this past weekend to take part in another tip-off tournament. The community of Harlowton hosted the two-day event. On Friday evening, the Tornadoes took on the...

 

'Beeters Fall to Eureka & Shelby at Coyote Tip-off

The Chinook Sugarbeeters were in Shelby this past Friday for a pair of non-conference clashes at the annual Coyote Pre-Season Tip-Off Classic basketball tournament. On Friday morning, the ‘Beeters took on the Eureka Lions where they were defeated...

 

'Beeter & Wildcat Wrestlers Perform Well in Glasgow

The Chinook Sugarbeeters and Harlem Wildcats were in Glasgow this past weekend for the Scottie Invitational. The meet was the second of the season and was a good test for our local wrestlers to get...

 

New holiday ornament sales to help maintain Airmen Memorial

A new holiday tree ornament honoring the memory of the airmen killed in a crash over Harlem more than 30 years ago is now available for the upcoming Christmas season. Eva English, owner of Eva's...

 

Harlem ROARINg Students

On November 9th, Harlem Elementary chose the newest Lil' Wildcats to join the Rockin' ROAR Roster. The following dedicated students proved they are Respectful, Organized, Always safe, and...

 

Last year's visitors to Harlem's Airmen Memorial surprise local hosts

Alert "Journal" readers may recall the story that ran in August about the visit by 16 former airmen who came to visit the Harlem Airmen's Memorial. The group, all Air Force veterans and mostly from...

 

Fur Fest Results

Total Number of Teams: 20 Open Class 28 Calling Class 2 Kids Teams 50 Teams Total Total Number of Hunters: 89 Calling Class 66 Open Class 4 Kids 159 hunters total Total Number of animals turned in: 38...

 

Harlem ALC Works to Help Those In Need

For the past year folks at the Harlem ALC have been working on projects that will make life a little easier for someone, we don't know who, but there are many around the world who need our gifts and...

 

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