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  • Four Young Medicine Movement Scholars Accepted for Research Training at National Institutes of Health

    Jun 12, 2024

    Four Fort Belknap graduates of the Young Medicine Movement Program (YMM) have been selected for research training at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) Summer Internship Program (SIP) in Bethesda, Maryland, and at Northern Arizona University Cultural and Academic Research Experience (CARE) in Flagstaff, Arizona.The NINDS Health Disparities in Tribal Communities SIP offers a unique opportunity for talented high school,...

  • Journal Jots

    Jun 12, 2024

    Harlem Library The Book Challenge for June is to read an adventure book. Children are still encouraged to register for the summer reading program to earn prizes for minutes read and to earn chances to win grand prizes! Also weekly summer reading programs include Summer Steam, Mondays at 1 P.M. for elementary students, Storytime for children ages 0-5 and their parent/caregivers on Tuesdays at 10 A.M., and Lego Club for all ages on Thursdays at 4 P.M. Teens and adults should contact the library for each book completed to have their name entered...

  • AgWest Farm Credit Grants $3,000 to the Fair Foundation

    Jun 12, 2024

    The Blaine County Fair Foundation is pleased to announce it has been awarded $3,000 through AgWest Farm Credit's Rural Community Grant program to be used towards the bleacher replacement project. The Blaine County Fair Foundation was founded in 2016 to continue the legacy of agriculture, recreation, education, & community gathering by providing funding for the Blaine County Fair & Fairgrounds upkeep. The Blaine County Fair Foundation is a nonprofit 501c3 organization that raises funds through...

  • Journal Jots

    Jun 5, 2024

    Harlem Library The Book Challenge for June is to read an adventure book. Children are still encouraged to register for the summer reading program to earn prizes for minutes read and to earn chances to win grand prizes! Also weekly summer reading programs include Summer Steam, Mondays at 1 P.M. for elementary students, Storytime for children ages 0-5 and their parent/caregivers on Tuesdays at 10 A.M., and Lego Club for all ages on Thursdays at 4 P.M. Teens and adults should contact the library for each book completed to have their name entered...

  • Valley Clovers 4-H club

    Jun 5, 2024

    The meeting was called to order by President Wylee Simenson at 1:00 PM at the Miller shop. Wacee led the American Pledge and Walter led the 4-H Pledge. The roll call was what's your favorite thing to do in the summer. The minutes were read and approved. Walter Read the Treasurer's report. Henry reported on the 4-H camp counselor meeting that he attended. Under Old Business we discussed the upcoming trash pickup and who we would like to invite as a guest speaker. Under New Business we discussed...

  • CHS donates $5,000 to the Blaine County Fair Foundation

    For Immediate Release|Jun 5, 2024

    Through the CHS Seeds for Stewardship program, the Blaine County Fair Foundation received $5,000 to update and renovate the bleachers at the Blaine County Fairgrounds. "With the help of the CHS Seeds for Stewardship grant funds, we will provide new and additional bleacher seating at the Blaine County Fairgrounds," says Jon Harmon, board member, Blaine County Fair Foundation. "Our goal is to provide a safe and enjoyable seating area for community members to watch events at the fairgrounds. We...

  • Summer Food Program

    May 29, 2024

    Chinook Schools will be participating in the summer food program this summer 2024. We will start serving meals on Monday June 3rd and serve Monday through Friday, through August 2nd. We will be providing a grab and go sack with a lunch and a breakfast in it. Meals can be picked up by the child or their parents or guardian. Any child the age of 18 or under can come a get a meal. They will be given out on the front steps of the Meadowlark School from 11:30 to 12:30 each day. You do not need to go to Chinook Schools to get a meal. If you’re in t...

  • Journal Jots

    May 29, 2024

    Harlem Library Today, May 29, the library board will hold their monthly meeting at 4:30 P.M. Parents are encouraged to register their children for the summer reading program “Adventure Begins at Your Library!” Weekly programs include Summer Steam for elementary students each Monday 1 P.M.; Storytime for children ages 0-5 and their parents/caregivers on Tuesdays at 10 A.M.; and Lego Club for all ages (children under five must be accompanied by an adult) on Thursdays at 4 P.M. Children may earn prizes by recording books/minutes read. Teens and...

  • Journal Jots

    May 22, 2024

    Harlem Library The library will be closed May 27 in observance of Memorial Day. The Book Challenge for May is to read a book about mental health. The library board will hold their monthly meeting May 29, 4:30 P.M. The summer reading “Adventure Begins at your Library” programming begins May 28, 10 A.M. with Storytime for children ages 0-5 and their parents/caregivers. All ages are invited to Lego Club on Thursdays, 4 P.M. Children under five must be accompanied by an adult. Summer Steam for elementary students begins June 3, 1 P.M. Teens and...

  • Western Native Voice launches with Ballot Builder to inform over 50,000 Native voters in advance of Montana's June elections

    Western Native Voice|May 22, 2024

    In a landmark collaboration, Western Native Voice and Branch Politics are proud to unveil the newest edition of Ballot Builder-an innovative nonpartisan voting tool-now live in Montana. Recognizing that voters are motivated most by the state and local issues that impact their everyday lives, Western Native Voice and Branch Politics have collaborated to empower voters with transparent, accurate information about where candidates stand on the issues that matter most. "Western Native Voice is...

  • Journal Jots

    May 15, 2024

    Harlem Library The Book Challenge for May is to read a book about mental health since May is Mental Health Awareness Month. “Adventure Begins at Your Library!” is the summer reading theme. Kick off your summer with the Summer Reading Costume Party, May 20, from 4-6:30 P.M. Wear your favorite costume and join us for an evening of fun! Children may register for the summer reading program at this event. This is a family friendly event. The library will close at noon May 21 so staff and trustees may attend training. The library will be closed May...

  • Unofficial Blaine County School Elections

    May 15, 2024

    Unnoficial count of ballots for School District No. 10, Blaine County, MT for the election held on May 7, 2024. Vote for Trustee - Justin Liddle: 329 Donald Stuker: 187 Vote for Levy/Proposition - HS Tech Levy: 285 For 346 Against EL Building Reserve: 258 For 265 Against El General Fund: 253 For 270 Against Unnoficial count of ballots for School District No. 50, Blaine County, MT for the election held on May 7, 2024. Vote for Trustee - Heather Boushie: 31 Robert L. Fox: 36 Hawkan J. Haakanson Sr.: 65 Warren D. Morin: 43 Melissa Shambo: 34 Josh...

  • Aaniiih Nakoda College Announces 2024 Commencement Speaker

    Press Release Aaniiih Nakoda College|May 8, 2024

    Aaniiih Nakoda College Commencement is slated for Friday, May 10, 2024, at 1:00 p.m. The celebration will take place at the Fort Belknap Red Whip Gymnasium. Dr. John Spence will be presenting the commencement address to the forty-one graduates. Dr. Spence is Gros Ventre and Sioux and was born at Fort Belknap. Dr. Spence traveled to Aaniiih Nakoda College from his home in Salem, Oregon, on November 7, 2023, where he and other past ANC Presidents were honored during the 40th Anniversary of ANC formerly known as Fort Belknap College. Dr. Spence...

  • Local Business Holds Fundraiser For Serving Of Hope Fund

    Northern Montana Hospital|May 8, 2024

    Havre, Montana –Shores Floral, a Chinook floral shop, recently held a very successful fundraiser for the "Serving of Hope" fund. Tomi Simenson, owner of Shores Floral presented Christen Obresley, VP of Regulatory and Community Services at Northern Montana Health Care, a check for $7,015 for the fund. "The Serving of Hope" fund was created in 2009 when the "Men Who Cook for Women Who Wine" event was looking for a new cause to support. Their event had been started in 2007 to help raise money f...

  • Journal Jots

    May 1, 2024

    Harlem Library May is Mental Health Awareness Month; so the Book Challenge for May is to read a book about mental health, either fiction or nonfiction. Summer Reading will soon begin! The theme this year is “Adventure Begins at Your Library!” The kickoff event this year will be a Summer Reading Costume Party on May 20, 4 - 6:30 P.M. If you would like to donate to our Summer Reading Wishlist for 2024, you may order from https://tinyurl.com/SRP24. The Book Club is taking a break until fall. Blaine County Library Teen Scene every other Wed...

  • BLM issues decision on Left Coulee Access

    Press Release|May 1, 2024

    SOUTH BLAINE COUNTY, Mont. – Bureau of Land Management officials signed a Decision Record and Finding of No Significant Impact for a travel plan amendment opening a 0.6-mile primitive road in the Left Coulee area of the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument’s Bullwhacker region, providing legal public motorized and mechanized access to that area. In 2023, the Square Butte Grazing Association and Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks finalized a Public Access Land Agreement (PALA) through a private parcel along Cow Creek. The BLM con...

  • School trustee candidates share why they are seeking election

    Steve Edwards|Apr 24, 2024

    Several Journal readers asked the newspaper to share information about candidates for Blaine County school trustee positions to be filled at the election on May 7, 2024. By email all eighteen candidates for trustee were contacted, whether running opposed or unopposed. Each candidate was asked for their responses to four questions. Candidates are listed alphabetically with the responses they submitted. Kathleen Adams, District #12 Harlem (two three-year terms open), incumbent. 1. What motivated you to run for a school trustee position? The #1...

  • Blaine County Rural Fire Department Gifted New Fire Truck

    Apr 24, 2024

    BCJ Staff The Blaine County Rural Fire Department received a donation of a new/used fire truck to be used for wildland fires in Blaine County. The truck comes equipped with safety features and firefighting equipment to effectively respond to wildland fires. The Engine is a Type 6 Engine with a 280 gallon tank. The donation came from the Bureau of Land Management Rural Fire Readiness Program. Rural fire departments are awarded trucks and equipment based on an application that is submitted to the...

  • Island Mountain Development Group Announces the Appointment of Six New Board Members

    For Immediate Release|Apr 17, 2024

    Island Mountain Development Group (IMDG) announce the appointment of six new members to the board of directors. The new board of directors includes William "Billy" Bell (President), Gerald Martin (Vice President), Kathleen Adams (Secretary), Fawn Williamson (Board Member), Alan "Al" Bigby (Board Member), and Frank Doney (Board Member). "It is a great honor and privilege to collaborate with the new IMDG Board of Directors. I am excited to work together as we collectively guide economic growth...

  • Blaine County Museum Needs Volunteers for Measure of Museum Impact (MOMSI) Study

    Sam French|Apr 17, 2024

    Now through the end of May 2024, Blaine County Museum is requesting the help of all adult Blaine County residents to participate in the Measure of Museum Social Impact (MOMSI) study. This study – the first of its kind – aims to assess how museums positively impact the communities they serve. In essence, this study will answer the questions “why are museums important?” with validated data. The MOMSI study began as a pilot project at the Lehi, Utah non-profit Thanksgiving Point in 2016. 2017-2018, Thanksgiving Point and the Utah Division of Arts...

  • Journal Jots

    Apr 17, 2024

    Sonshine Church School Sonshine Church School is on Fridays from 10:00 am - 11:00 am at Wallner Hall Harlem Library The Book Challenge for April is to read a book about outer space, astronauts or aliens. The Friends of the Library Executive Board will meet April 23, 4:30 P.M. The monthly meeting of the library board is Wed., April 24, 4:30 P.M. in the library meeting room. “Friends and Fun” meets every Wednesday from 1 -3 P.M. and all adults are welcome. Blaine County Library Teen Scene every other Wednesday 6:00-7:00 p.m. (4/24). Thursday LEG...

  • Havre Elks Lodge: New Officers

    Press Release|Apr 10, 2024

    Havre Elks Lodge #1201 installed the members who will lead the lodge in the 2024-25 year Monday April 1st. The members who were installed and their offices are Exalted Ruler, Matt Kretchmer; Leading Knight, Dale Herd; Lecturing Knight, Greg Tilleman; Loyal Knight, Robert Kurtz; Secretary, Brandy Kurtz; Esquire, Kyle Leeds; Chaplin, Debra Herd; Inner guard, Brian Carpenter. The lodge trustees for the 2024-25 year are Carra Palmer, David Murray and Donna Tilleman. Secretary Brandy Kurtz said: “We look forward to working with these fine members w...

  • Journal Jots

    Apr 10, 2024

    Sonshine Church School Sonshine Church School is on Fridays from 10:00 am - 11:00 am at Wallner Hall Harlem Library Tonight the Montana Library Network and the Harlem Library are hosting the virtual program “Rockhounding with Neil Maier, Hellgate Mineral Society” from 6:30 - 8:00 P.M. You may join on your own device at https://bit.ly/Rockhounding or come to the watch party at the library. The Book Challenge for April is to read a book about outer space, astronauts or aliens. The library will close early at 12:30 on April 16 for staff tra...

  • 4-H MEETING MINUTES (VALLEY CLOVERS)

    Norah Zellmer|Apr 3, 2024

    March 24, 2024 The meeting was called to order by President Wylee Simenson at 1:00 PM at the Miller shop. Norah Zellmer led the American pledge and Wacee Simenson led the 4-H pledge. The roll call was what’s your favorite thing to do in the snow. Hannah Schoen read the minutes from the last meeting. Norah Zellmer and Wylee Simenson reported on the Seed Show. Our club entered two display boards into the Seed Show. One of them was on a 4-H steer and the other was on Photography. Henry Miller Reported on 4-H camp. He is going to be a camp c...

  • 4-H MEETING MINUTES (Big Flat)

    Hannah Van Voast|Apr 3, 2024

    The March/April meeting for Big Flat 4-H was held on March 29, 2024 at 9:30 AM at Turner Christian Church. Roll call was “Use three words to describe yourself.” Members present were: Modesty Chamberlain, Alaina Egbert, Avery and Piper Fox, Hannah and Isaac Klindworth, Hannah and Natalie Richman, Mary Simons, and Hannah and Isabella Van Voast. Shannon Van Voast was the only leader at the meeting. Visitors were Rhett and the cousins of the Klindworth family. The American pledge was led by Natalie, the 4-H Pledge was led by Modesty. Tre...

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