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Articles from the December 29, 2021 edition

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 By Donna Miller    News    December 29, 2021

New Business Opens at Hays and Fort Belknap

After deciding this past fall that they needed to examine their work schedules, Mason and Danielle Martin determined that reliable employment closer to home was in better alignment with their goals....

 
 By Donna Miller    News    December 29, 2021

Grant Awards Benefit Non-Profit Organizations in Blaine County

On December 20, the Montana Community Foundation announced that grant awards totaling $5,800 have been awarded from the Blaine County Community Foundation Fund to support the communities and residents...

 

Former squadron commander revisited the Airmen's Memorial in Harlem

Darwin Zellmer, of Harlem, recently shared a letter from William McKinney, Col. USAF (Ret). McKinney, and his wife, Jill, visited the Airmen's Memorial in Harlem last fall on the way from their home...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    December 29, 2021

Save the Date for the Brew Fest Coming in February

The Blaine County Fair Foundation invites Blaine County residents to save the date, February 5, 2022, for their Third Annual Brew Fest. The event, which is slated to begin at 4:00 p.m., will take place in the Commercial Building on the Blaine Country...

 

Columbia Grain International is Launching its Cultivating Community Christmas Campaign

This year has been challenging for everyone in the agriculture industry. From drought to fire to rampant supply chain disruption, 2021 has shown us that it is important, now more than ever, to find meaningful ways to support our local communities to...

 

Journal Jots

Harlem Library The library will be closed Dec. 31, New Year’s Eve. Book Club members may pick up the new selection “If the Creek Don’t Rise” Jan. 3-7. The first discussion will be Jan. 10, 4 P.M. Children’s programs will resume next week:...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    December 29, 2021

Harlem Elementary ROARS

On December 10, personnel at Harlem Elementary School selected "seven sensational students" to join their Rockin' ROAR Roster. One student from each grade level, kindergarten through sixth grade, was...

 

Hogeland Happenings

Matt and Annie Klindworth and kids , Morgan and Jessica Klindworth and kids, and Ashley Houle and girls were guests over Christmas Eve and Christmas Day at Duane and Carol Klindworth’s home. Loretta Beck visited with Brandon Beck and Danielle Gard...

 

Marietta Mabel (Chapman) Mosser

Marietta Mabel (Chapman) Mosser (94) was welcomed into heaven during the early morning hours of December 23, 2021. She passed peacefully at home with her devoted son Doug by her side. Marietta, a... Full story

 

Chinook Senior Center

Marathon Pinochle was played at the center on Monday Dec. 20th, Ruth Brown and Debbie Ramberg won that day, and Julie Bowles and Sharon Reed won on Wednesday Dec. 22nd. Nice job ladies. Bingo is played every Thursday at 1:00 p.m. till 3:00 p.m....

 

Local congregations looking for new paths forward

Three church congregations from Chinook held a joint Christmas Eve service this past week. The evening service was held at the American Lutheran Church in Chinook and joined with the local... Full story

 

'Beeters Strong Second Half Effort Leads to 52-43 win over Hays/Lodge Pole

It was a tale of two halves this past Tuesday night in Chinook as the Sugarbeeters welcomed the Hays/Lodge Pole Thunderbirds to town. Both teams have the same goal of playing on Saturday night at the...

 

Lady Cats Shine Bright in 76-32 win over Morning Stars

The Harlem Lady Cats were looking to close out the 2021 portion of their schedule this past Wednesday on a high note when they welcomed the District 1B Rocky Boy Morning Stars to town in a...

 

Turner gets past Dodson 43-39, falls to Box Elder 80-26

The Turner Tornadoes will take a 3-3 record into the new year after earning a split last week heading into the holiday break. Turner picked up its third non-conference win on Monday night, slipping by the Dodson Coyotes 43-39. Tuesday in Box Elder...

 

Sugarbeeters Outlast Thunderbirds in Double Overtime Thriller 62-59

The Hays/Lodge Pole Thunderbirds were in Chinook this past Tuesday for District 9C contest to close out the 2021 schedule for both teams. The early part of the schedule has left both teams wanting...

 

Thunderbirds fall in Overtime to Fort Benton

To suggest that the Hays/Lodge Pole Thunderbirds haven't been competitive this year would be a huge understatement. Counting their overtime contest against the Sugarbeeters on Tuesday, The...

 

Turner takes down Dodson; Lose to Box Elder

The Turner Tornadoes closed out the 2021 portion of their high school boys basketball schedule this past week. On Monday, December 20 the Tornadoes defeated the visiting Dodson Coyotes 54-49. The following night in Box Elder the Tornadoes couldn’t...

 

Shorthanded Wildcats fall to Rocky Boy 90-58

The Harlem Wildcats have had a bumpy start to the 2021-22 season. Injuries have plagued the team since the very beginning allowing the Wildcats to take the court with their full roster just once this...

 

Hays/Lodge Pole clipped by Fort Benton 50-45

The Hays/Lodge Pole Thunderbird Varsity Girls Basketball team was in Fort Benton Monday, December 20, looking to pick up a big win over the Longhorns. The battle for the District 9C Girls title this...

 

Niederegger Selected as Alternate to Shrine Game

Chinook senior Toby Niederegger was named this week as an Alternate to the 75th Annual Montana East/West Shrine game. The prestigious event features 40 of the best athletes across the state per team,...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    December 29, 2021

Transforming Habits by Retraining the Brain

As 2022 approaches, many of us will be taking stock of our lives, thinking towards the future, and making resolutions with the intention of modifying certain behaviors. Anyone wishing to see those resolutions reach fruition might want to consider...

 

MSU to host free Jan. 20 online mathematics competition for middle school students

BOZEMAN — Middle school students from across the state of Montana are invited to register for a free online mathematics contest set for 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 20. The American Mathematics Competition 8 contest is part of the American Mathematics...

 

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