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Articles from the December 28, 2022 edition

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 By Kody Farmer    News    December 28, 2022

Ice Rink Packed With Joyful, Excited Skaters

The Friends of the Pool and Park Foundation held a Chinook Community Ice Skating get together on Saturday, December 17. Despite the temperature being just 13 degrees when it got underway at 3:00 pm...

 
 By Kody Farmer    News    December 28, 2022

Montana Community Foundation Awards $6,000 in Grants Locally

Four local non-profits in Blaine County were recently awarded $6,000 in Grants from the Montana Community Foundation. Recipients include Chinook Lions Club to build a skatepark in Chinook, $2,000; Chinook Pool and Park Rehabilitation Project to...

 

Experiencing an old Seattle holiday tradition

A man at the church we've been attending while dog/house sitting in Woodinville, Washington, was offering to take folks on his 50-foot boat to cruise in Seattle's annual Christmas Ship Festival. The...

 

John Steven "Steve" Humphreys

Beloved husband, father, and papa John Steven 'Steve' Humphreys, 57, passed away December 19th, 2022 in Turner, Montana. Steve was born September 14th, 1965 in Palatka, Florida to Steve and Ann...

 

Turner Tornadoes get by Dodson 65-58, Off to Their Best Start in Years at 4-1

The Turner Tornado Boys basketball team is off to their best start in years. This past Monday, December 19 the Tornadoes made the short trip to Dodson to take on the Coyotes and came away with their...

 

Wildcats Fall to Rocky Boy 56-51 to Close out 2022

The Harlem Wildcats hosted the Rocky Boy Northern Stars on Monday, December 19 in what would be their final contest of the year before the Holiday Break. The Wildcats have played hard each and every...

 

Chinook Girls Top Blaine County Hoop Teams Heading Into Break, Chinook, Harlem Grappler's Looking Good

The Holiday break seems to come at just the perfect time in a season for fans to catch their breath and contemplate over family or social gathering what went right and what went wrong with their...

 

Lady Cats Take Down Rocky Boy 54-47 to Pick Up Their First Win of the Season

The Harlem Lady Cats have had their struggles early on this season, but not for lack of effort. The Lady Cats have been competing and working on coming together. Head Coach Brandon Trottier is...

 

Dodson Slips By Turner 41-36 in Final Game of 2022

The Turner Tornado Girls Basketball team was in Dodson this past Monday, December 19 to take on the Coyotes on a non-conference clash. The tornadoes were looking to pick up their first win of the...

 
 By Kody Farmer    News    December 28, 2022

Tescha Hawley, Day Eagle Hope Project Committed to Community Service

If there is any kind of charitable function, fundraiser or community gathering happening in Harlem at the Fort Belknap Agency, Hays or Lodge Pole meant to provide a service to the people of the...

 
 By Kody Farmer    News    December 28, 2022

A Look Back at 2022, Part 1

Just a few days remain in 2022, the holidays are bringing smiles to people's faces and the hopes of 2023 being a bit better give some folks a reason to have hope. 2022 certainly had its ups and...

 

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