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Articles from the December 14, 2022 edition

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 By Donna Miller    News    December 14, 2022

Chinook FFA Earns Top Spots at Ag Expo

Twenty-six members of the Chinook Chapter of the FFA joined the group of over 1,700 blue jackets that flooded Montana State University campus at the 11th Annual Montana FFA Ag Expo in Bozeman on...

 

Hogeland Resident Shares His Art

Anyone driving to Hogeland or Turner on Montana Highway 241 East will spot some metal sculptures between mile markers 15 and 17. This art not only has potential to entertain motorists but also...

 
 By Kody Farmer    News    December 14, 2022

Derek Bell Selected as ANC Montana Campus Compact Award Winner

Derek Bell, a 2016 graduate of Chinook of Chinook High School and an enrolled student of Aaniiih Nakoda College (ANC), was recently selected as the winner of the Montana Campus Compact - Montana...

 

Humor for the Holidays Is Onstage at MAT Theatre

In cooperation with Scharfe, Kato, & Company, the Montana Actors' Theatre will be presenting The Play That Goes Wrong in several performances this month. Although the play opened with a Red Carpet...

 
 By Anita Reed    News    December 14, 2022

Hogeland Happenings

Several people attended the funeral service for Dick Hamilton on Saturday at the Hogeland Lutheran Church. Gene Billmayer was in Havre on Sunday visiting his folks, Jim and Helen. Jane Krass’ girls visited throughout the week and helped with...

 
 By Kody Farmer    News    December 14, 2022

Colby Lays Out Plan for the Blaine County Sheriffs Department, Attends Training at Quantico

Blaine County Sheriff, John Colby will be sworn in for a second term later in this month and in doing so looks forward to advancing the projects and ideas that his Department had started in his first...

 

Mascot Project and Fundraiser Idea Both Escalate

Brickcent$ has been busier than Bob the Builder. On November 10, business owner Brandon Nissen posted a video to YouTube and on Facebook announcing that interested individuals could adopt a LEGO dog i...

 

Patty Nissen Cross

Patty Nissen-Cross, 70, of Chinook passed away of ALS, on Thursday, Dec. 1, 2022 at her Missoula home. She was born on June 17, 1952, in Havre, Montana, to Ray and Erna Ramberg. She was raised on the...

 

Gail Eileen Swant

Gail Eileen Swant passed away peacefully at Sanford Hospice House at on December 8, 2022, with her sister by her side after a yearlong battle with cancer. Gail was born to Harry and Henrietta Swant...

 

Carol Ann (McGuire) Harbolt

Carol Ann (McGuire) Harbolt passed away while living at the Weatherly Inn in Kent, WA on November 25, 2022. She was born October 21, 1936 in Glasgow, Montana to Donald W. and Helen C. (Bergren)...

 

Casey Lee Martin

Casey was born to Gerald and Sheila Martin on December 23, 1981, at the Fort Belknap Hospital. He attended grade school at Lodgepole Elementary and graduated from Hays/Lodgepole High School in 2000....

 
 By Kody Farmer    News    December 14, 2022

PAWS ANIMAL SHELTER CLOSES THE DOOR A RECORD SETTING YEAR

What an incredible year it has been for the local PAWS Animal Shelter in Chinook. 2022 set all kinds of records and milestones while overcoming some of the most difficult challenges the organization...

 

Lady Cats Strong on the Mat at Scottie Invitational - Johnson Wins, Baker 2nd

The Harlem Wildcat and Lady Cat Wrestling teams were in Glasgow this past weekend taking part in the 27th annual Scottie Invitational. The Lady Cats were once again very successful placing two...

 

'Beeters Continue To Improve as a Team, Schoen, Klingaman Win Titles

The Chinook Sugarbeeters performed very well at the Scottie Invitational in Glasgow this past weekend. Senior Tyler Schoen and freshman Emma Klingaman led the way with each winning individual titles....

 

Swanson to Play Volleyball for MCC

Chinook senior, Bree Swanson had a fantastic senior season for the 'Beeter volleyball team. A season that culminated with a fourth place finish at the Class C State Tournament and Northern C All-State...

 

Sugarbeeters Blow out Cut Bank 70-42, Shelby 66-32 to Start Season 2-0

The Chinook Sugarbeeters have high expectations this season and are considered by many to be one of the top teams in the District 9C as well as the Northern C. This year also marks the final season...

 

Thunderbirds Outlast Lame Deer 56-54, Take Down Plenty Coup 54-49 to Start Season 2-0

The Hays/Lodge Pole Thunderbirds were in Billings this past weekend to get their 2022-23 basketball season underway. The Thunderbirds were taking part in the All American Indian Shootout being played...

 

Lady Cats 0-2 in Billings

The Harlem Lady Cats were in Billings taking part in the Class B Tip Off Tournament played at Lockwood High School. The Lady Cats are a very young team and opened the season with a pair of games against teams returning much more experience, Friday...

 

Thunderbirds Fall to Plenty Coup 64-52, Race Past Lodge Grass 66-49 in Billings

The Hays/Lodge Pole Thunderbird boys basketball team kicked the 2022-23 season off this past weekend at the All American Indian Shootout in Billings. The Tournament was held Thursday through Saturday...

 

Wolves Run By 'Beeters 75-47, Chinook falls 57-51 to Shelby at Coyote Classic

The Chinook Sugarbeeters took to the court for the first time this season at the Coyote Class Preseason Tip Off Tournament in Shelby this past weekend. Thursday afternoon the 'Beeters fell to the Cut...

 

Wildcats Start Season 0-2 at Class B Tip Off in Billings

The Harlem Wildcats took part in the Class B Tip Off Tournament in Billings this past weekend. The tournament, held at Lockwood High School, featured a number of top Class B teams and presented a stiff challenge for the Wildcats. The Wildcats are...

 

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