Articles from the December 15, 2021 edition

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 By Donna Miller    News    December 15, 2021

Knights of Columbus Contribute to a Warm and Bright Holiday

The local Knights of Columbus organization, in collaboration with the Great Falls Council and several local businesses, are making the holiday season warmer and brighter for many Hi-Line families with...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    December 15, 2021

Art Students Perform Goodwill Gesture

Meadowlark Elementary School students are conducting a fundraiser to aid the residents of Denton, whose community was devastated by wildfire. Starting on Monday, December 13, and lasting until 5:00...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    December 15, 2021

Finding Pleasure in Puppetry

During the first week of December, rehearsals for A Christmas Carol were going strong as cast and crew members began working with the Bunraku puppets that will bring the characters to life. Directed...

 

Journal Jots

Harlem Library The Book Challenge for Dec. is to read a book that puts you in the holiday spirit! We have a great selection on the Christmas Book Tree. The library will be closed Dec. 24 in observance of the Christmas holiday and Dec. 31 for the New...

 

HARLEM CITY COUNCIL

HARLEM CITY COUNCIL Monday, December 20, 2021 • 6 P.M., Harlem City Hall The regular monthly meeting for the City of Harlem will be held on Monday, December 20, 2021 at 6:00 p.m., in City Council chambers at Harlem City Hall. The public is...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    December 15, 2021

Students of the Week Announced

Harlem ROARing students stand in a class of their own. Although the school's policy of securing media releases has caused a bit of a delay in reporting, officials at Harlem Elementary School are...

 

Montana Ag Partners Recruit for Communications Specialist to Promote Crop Varieties and Educate on Best Practices

Great Falls, Mont. – The Montana Department of Agriculture (MDA), Montana Wheat and Barley Committee (MWBC), and Montana State University (MSU) have partnered to fund a Crop Variety Promotions and Education Specialist position located on the...

 

Frank Pehrson

Frank Pehrson passed away December 5, 2021 at Northern Montana Care Center in Havre, MT, at the age of 101. Frank was born in Wenatchee, WA on October 11, 1920. His parents were John and Elva D... Full story

 

Harlem Library

Please stop by the library this week to see the lovely display of angels members of the community have graciously brought to the library for our “Hark the Herald Angels Sing” display. Get in the holiday spirit and read one (or more!) books from...

 

Christmas from the Hi-Line Concert Transpires Tonight

Tonight, December 15 at Havre High School's Auditorium, the Hi-Line Arts Council will be sponsoring a holiday concert featuring world renowned pianist Phillip Aaberg. The live performance, Christmas...

 

Chinook Junior High Boys Take Third at District Tournament

The Chinook Junior High Boys took third at the District 9C Middle School Basketball Tournament in Gilford December 1-4 with wins over Box Elder, Big Sandy and CJi. Their only lose was to Fort Benton....

 

JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL SEASON COMES TO A CLOSE (correction)

The Junior High boys basketball team recently finished up their season. They were a young team and learned a lot that could carry on to next year. We are all excited to watch you again next...

 

Thunderbirds 3-0 after Edging Plenty Coup 60-53 and Running by Heart Butte 71-32

The Hays/Lodge Pole Thunderbirds are rolling to start the 2021-22 high school basketball season. After opening with a lopsided win a week ago over Dodson the girls headed south to Billings this... Full story

 

'Beeters open with 53-34 win over Cut Bank

The Chinook Sugarbeeter girls basketball team was the last of our Blaine County schools to get their season started. After getting in an extra week of practice before the season opener, the girls...

 

Lady Cats best Lodge Grass 55-37, fall to Huntley

The Harlem Lady Cats were in Billings this past weekend at the Class B Tip Off Tournament being played on the campus of Lockwood High School. The tournament featured several top tier teams from the...

 

'Beeters open with 55-47 win over Cut Bank, fall to Belt 44-32 at Coyote Classic

The Chinook Sugarbeeters were the final Blaine County Basketball team to begin their 2021-22 season and they did so this past weekend in Shelby at the Coyote Preseason Tip Off Tournament. The Sugarbee...

 

Thunderbirds top Hardin 79-71 All-American Indian Shootout

The Hays/Lodge Pole Thunderbirds were in Billings this past weekend taking part in the 9th Annual All American Indian Shootout. The Thunderbirds would go 1-1 over the weekend falling to Plenty Coup...

 

Wildcats fall to Lodge Grass 77-74, bounce Huntley 49-45

The Wildcats were back at full strength this past weekend as they were in Billings taking part in the Class B Tip Off Tournament at Lockwood High School in Billings this past weekend. The tournament f...

 

'Beeter Grapplers continue to perform well, shine at Scottie Invitational

The Chinook Sugarbeeter Grapplers are now under the leadership of Ben Stroh. The Head Coaches accolades during his time wearing the black and orange are well known. As a four time Montana Class B/C...

 

Harlem Wildcat, Lady Cat wrestling teams continue to get better, perform well in Glasgow

The Harlem Wrestling Boys and Girls Teams are once again under the tutelage of Head Coach Jon Baker. This years girls roster consist of freshman Izzy Baker, sophomore Kaitlyn Johnson, junior Amilia...

 

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