Articles from the December 20, 2023 edition

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A TIME TO … WAIT?

When you are waiting for something special, time seems to come to a stand-still. For children anticipating Christmas, it can feel like an eternity waiting for Santa to make his world-tour. For adults rushing to get every last holiday detail in...

 

Blaine County Library

Blaine County Library would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas. The library will be open 12-4 Friday December 22nd and closed Monday December 25th in observance of Christmas. We will be open regular hours the rest of the week. We will be...

 

Museum Memo

The weeks leading up to the Christmas holiday have been quiet at Blaine County Museum, but they have not been completely without excitement. Wednesday, December 13th Jack Mattingly spoke about the history of the Chinook United Methodist Church,...

 

Chinook SeniorCenter

Hello From the Chinook Social Senior Center!! We have had an amazing week, filled with so many fabulous people, in this community! We had our Memorial tree lighting on Friday, Dec. 8th. It was attended by many who hung a Cardinal or a Candle in...

 

Death Notice - Andrew Wayne "Stubby" Sears

Andrew Wayne “Stubby” Sears - 63, passed away due to complications from injuries sustained at home on Monday, December 11, 2023, in Coeur d’Alene, ID. Wake services began at 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, December 17, 2023, and continued until his... Full story

 

Death Notice - Teaunce James Brockie

Teaunce James Brockie - 17, passed away due to injuries sustained in an auto accident on Thursday, December 14, 2023, in Ogden, UT. Wake services began at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, December 18, 2023, and continued until his funeral service, which were at... Full story

 

Enjoying learning opportunities in the city

Alert readers may recall I often lament the annoyances of spending extended time in the Seattle area when my wife and I take on our dog-sitting duties each fall. The daily hassles of living amongst...

 

'Beeters 4-0 After Blasting Shelby 64-35

The Chinook Sugarbeeters played in front of the hometown fans for the first time this season when they hosted the Shelby Coyotes on Saturday night. The 'Beeters have ran away from their first three op...

 

Hawks Edge Turner 54-51 & Tornadoes top Big Sandy 74-68

The Turner Tornado boys basketball team was back at home playing their District 9C and home opener Friday night as they welcomed the Chester/Joplin-Inverness Hawks to town. When the dust settled, it...

 

Lady Cats Fall Short in Poplar & Fall 77-60

The Harlem Lady Cats were back in action this past Saturday as they took on the Poplar Indians. The Lady Cats made the trip east to Poplar for an early season conference clash before the holiday...

 

Thunderbirds Edge North Star 38-34 in OT & Fall to Chester JI

The Hays/Lodge Pole Thunderbird girls basketball team hosted the North Star Knights Friday night in the Thunderbird's Edge District 9C and home opener. The Thunderbirds didn't disappoint the hometown...

 

Tornadoes fall to Hawks & Pioneers in District 9C Action

The Turner Tornado girls basketball team hosted the Chester/Joplin-Inverness Hawks in their home and District 9C opener. After playing in Glasgow and Harlowton the previous two weeks, the girls were...

 

'Beeters Come Up Short & Fall to Shelby 74-70

The Chinook Sugarbeeters were back on the court this past Saturday as they hosted the Shelby Coyotes in their home opener. The two teams met a week ago in a non-conference clash at the Coyote Classic...

 

Wildcats wrestle at Huntley Project & Chinook in Great Falls

The Chinook Sugarbeeter wrestling team was in Great Falls this past weekend while the Harlem Wildcats made a last-minute change to compete in the Huntley Project Invitational. This marked the last...

 

Wildcats fall to Poplar 73-64

The Harlem Wildcats made the trek east to Poplar to take on the Indians in a District 2B Clash this past Saturday. The Wildcats have been fun to watch early on and were so again this weekend. Poplar, however, took the first meeting of the season...

 

Thunderbirds fall to North Star & Chester JI

The Hays/Lodge Pole Thunderbird boys basketball team played a couple tough games this past week. Friday, the team offered :23 of silence prior to the start of their contest with the North Star...

 

Forever Bobcats

When Dan Davies was growing up on a ranch south of Chinook, branding, stacking hay and three-day cattle drives were as much a part of his life as his three brothers, 25-mile trips to town and the...

 

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