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Harlem Library The “Circle of Security” parenting classes continue Thur., Feb. 20, 6:00-7:30 P.M. in the library meeting room. The Book Challenge for Feb. is to read a book that reminds you of someone you love. Stop by the library to take part in...

 

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Lloyd Sweet Scholarships REMINDER: Lloyd Sweet Scholarship applications are due by March 1st. Must be postmarked by March 1st. NO Exceptions. Blaine County Fairboard Meeting Will be held in Harlem at Richman Insurance at 7 pm on Thursday, February 20...

 

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Harlem Library The “Circle of Security” parenting class series begins Thursday, February 6, 6:00-7:30 p.m. at the library. There is no charge and child care will be provided. Call the library to register, or for more information. The Book...

 

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Harlem Library The library is hosting a parenting class series beginning Feb. 6, 6:00-7:30 and lasting for five weeks. There is no charge and child care will be provided. The Book Challenge for Jan. is to read a book with an ugly cover. Contact the l...

 

FSA Conservation Reserve Program General Signup Open CRP is one of the largest private-lands conservation programs in the United States

USDA opened signup for the Conservation Reserve Program on December 9, 2019. The deadline for agricultural producers to sign up for general CRP is February 28, 2020, while signup for continuous CRP is ongoing. Farmers and ranchers who enroll in CRP...

 

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Harlem Library The Book Challenge for Jan. is read a book with an ugly cover! The library board will meet Wed., Jan. 29, 4:15 in the meeting room. The Book Club meets Mondays at 4 P.M. Storytime for ages 0-5 is held Tuesdays at 10 A.M. Elementary...

 

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Harlem Library The Book Challenge for Jan. is to read a book with an ugly cover! Congratulations to Steve Leitner for winning the 2019 Reading Challenge drawing. The Book Club meets Mondays at 4 P.M. Storytime for ages 0-5 and their parents/...

 

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Harlem Library Stop by for the used book sale! During the month of Jan. you can “Buy a Bag O’Books” for only one dollar! The Book Challenge for Jan. is to read a book with an ugly cover. During the month of Jan. please stop by to add your word...

 

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Harlem Library Happy New Year from the Harlem Library. We are closed today but will be open the rest of the week. Book Club members may pick up the new selection “Beneath a Scarlet Sky” by Mark Sullivan this week. The first discussion will be...

 

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Harlem Library Merry Christmas from the Harlem Library! We are closed today and New Year’s Day. The children’s programming will resume the first full week of Jan. Storytime for ages 0-5 and their parents/caregivers meets on Tues. at 10 A.M....

 
 By Steve Edwards    Business    May 24, 2017

Treasure State Title Company is new addition to Chinook business community

Steve and Lesley Zellmer have opened Treasure State Title Company in Chinook. The couple bought the assets of Bear Paw Title on December 30, 2016 from Pauly and Perry Miller, then created the new...

 
 By Steve Edwards    Business    May 24, 2017

Hunter VanDonsel is new Farm Bill Biologist in Chinook's USDA office

Hunter VanDonsel joined the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Chinook. The Helena native is working as a Farm Bill Wildlife Biologist, a position funded primarily by Pheasants...

 
 By Steve Edwards    Business    May 24, 2017

Chinook's drive-through mail collection box relocated

At right of photo a postal customer at the Chinook Post Office drops mail in the recently relocated drive-through collection box. According to Postmaster Leta Buck the new location solves some... Full story

 

Greg Jergeson begins duties as new commissioner on Montana's Transportation Commission

Greg Jergeson, D- Chinook, a former Montana State Senator and Public Service Commissioner, is one of three new appointees by Governor Steve Bullock to a four-year term as a commissioner on the...

 

Russell Nemetz featured speaker at Chinook Chamber's 2017 banquet

The Chinook Area Chamber of Commerce held its annual banquet this past weekend at the Eagles Club. Members enjoyed a prime rib dinner, by chef Doug Mitchell and Shirley Fisher, met the officers who...

 

Chinook Area Chamber meets, discusses fund raising efforts

On January 11th, 2017 at 6:34 P.M. the Chinook Area Chamber of Commerce had their regular monthly meeting at the Chamber office on Main Street. In attendance were: Heather DePriest, Frank Pehrson, Jayne Morrow, Bonnie Weber, Robert Kelley, Hayley...

 

MSU Blaine County Extension to hold Pasture and Range Pest Management Seminar February 1st

Ben Hauptman Blaine County Extension Agent, Office: (406) 357-3200 Press Release MSU Blaine County Extension will be holding a seminar to inform producers on how to control noxious weeds in the area,...

 

Aaniiih Nakoda will host evaluation from Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities

Aaniiih Nakoda College will host a full-scale evaluation visit from the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities on April 10-12, 2017. The purpose of the visit is to evaluate Aaniiih Nakoda College’s capacity to effectively achieve its...

 

Chinook Senior Center News

I know its cold outside, but it is nice and warm at the center, so stop by and enjoy a cup of coffee and one of the many activities we have planned for this week. “Eddie the Eagle” will be shown this Wednesday in the library meeting room at 1...

 

American Lutherans hold Christmas program

The Sunday School students of the Lutheran Church held their Christmas program recently at the Turner Lutheran Church. These kids did a wonderful job learning lines and singing their songs. They are...

 

Unfried joins Natural Resources Conservation Service

Julie Unfried has joined the USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in the Chinook office. The Oregon native is working as a Farm Bill Wildlife Biologist, a position funded primarily by...

 

Jamieson Motors offered warm welcome during wintry evening

Tuzz Langford, on behalf of the owners and employees of Jamieson Motors, welcomed guests to the Business After Hours event Jamieson Motors hosted last Thursday. Predicted snow didn't seem to deter...

 

Mild weather brings shoppers to weekend of holiday bazaars

An unusually mild winter weekend brought sizeable numbers of shoppers to the first weekend of local holiday bazaars around Blaine County. Some bazaar organizers, in the past, believed good weather...

 

Triangle Communications completes first of three computer classes in Chinook

Triangle Communications hosted the first of three adult education classes last week in Chinook. According to the three instructors, all Triangle employees, similar computer classes were already...

 

Jamieson Motors to host December Business After Hours

Jamieson Motors will host the Chinook Area Chamber's December Business After Hours this Thursday. The monthly events provide opportunities for local business and organizational members to welcome gues...

 

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