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Harlem Senior Center

The Harlem Christmas Stroll is today from 4-7 pm. We are serving a Chili or Chili Dog supper. The Harlem High School Band will be playing here at 5 p.m. Check out Diane Peterson’s corner! She has a beautiful tree and the table decorated in an...

 

Christmas tree permits available, free to fourth-graders

Permits are available for $5 to anyone who wishes to harvest a Christmas tree on public lands under stewardship of the Bureau of Land Management. Under the “Every Kid in a Park Initiative...

 

Tymbuk 2 Café and Steakhouse celebrates 'soft opening'

The Tymbuk 2 Café and Steakhouse opened last week to what manager Cindy Henderson described as a 'soft opening' with a grand opening to follow sometime later. The opening marked an extended process...

 

Nurse Practitioner Caren Pfieffer to join Sweet Medical Center

Caren Pfieffer will join the Sweet Medical Center in mid-December. She has a Masters of Science in Nursing and is American Academy of Nurse Practitioner certified. Pfeiffer will be moving to Montana...

 

Blaine County Library

We had 76 people attend our 24th Annual Hassle Free Christmas Program. Kasie McIntosh, Ann Fox and Shannon Nissen were the winners of the door prizes. A big shout out to our presenters Barb Jergeson, Kendra Seilstad and Sherry Edwards, without whom...

 

MNIN seeking gently used household furnishings during holidays

With the holiday decorating season beginning in earnest, some readers will likely be getting a new piece of furniture or household accessory for their living space. Consider helping a neighbor in...

 

Driver license scheduling just got easier

We are pleased to inform you that the Montana Department of Justice Motor Vehicle Division will be implementing appointment scheduling at all driver license offices by the end of 2015. To best manage this process, appointments are required for all...

 

Blaine County Wildlife Museum on track to complete last major exhibit

With funding from a recent grant awarded by the state Office of Tourism's Montana Main Street Project, the Blaine County Wildlife Museum will soon complete its Foothills Exhibit. The Foothills...

 

North side loading source closed for bulk water users

With the freezing weather the Chinook bulk water location at the northeast corner of 3rd Street North and Indiana is closed. The location was installed while outside construction was limiting access...

 

Schedule of Chinook Chamber's November 27th Christmas events

The Chinook Chamber has set the schedule for its pre-Christmas celebration. There are a couple of changes in the format and many of the traditional events still scheduled. All activities are set for Friday, November 27. •1 p.m. - 7 p.m. - Stroll...

 

Tour follows public comment meeting on Chinook Armory sale

Last Thursday the Blaine County Commissioners hosted a public tour of the National Guard Armory in Chinook. In the spring of 2015, the Montana Department of Military Affairs announced plans to more...

 

Airmen Memorial Committee holds annual meeting

The Airmen Memorial Committee held their annual Sunday before Veterans Day meeting to discuss past and future business and activities. A small group reviewed the past monetary contributions made by family members of the airmen as well as the cards of...

 

Stockgrowers and college students collaborate for annual event

The North Central Montana Stockgrowers Association and the MSU-N Collegiate Stockgrowers are holding a joint gathering on the MSU-Northern campus on the afternoon and evening of Saturday, November...

 

Region 2A EMS train in Chinook

While many locals were doing or thinking about big game hunting, heading to high school playoff games or just relaxing on a day off, a group of emergency services responders were training at the fire...

 

Chinook volunteer firefighters train in the 'burn prop'

A group of volunteer firefighters recently spent a training session learning fire behavior and fighting real fires in the 'burn prop,' a mobile training unit designed to give firefighters experience...

 

November 'Business After Hours' features local artists

The Chinook Area Chamber’s November Business After Hours will feature four local artists from the Chinook area. Business After Hours is a monthly meet and greet event that allows local business...

 

Looking for a meaningful Christmas Gift? Consider Chinook Chamber Bucks!

The Chinook Area Chamber of Commerce is encouraging the community and businesses to purchase Chamber Bucks for their Christmas gifts this year. “The Chamber Bucks are a great asset to everyone in the community. They ensure our hard earned dollars...

 
 By BCJ Staff    Business    October 28, 2015

Festival winner for best window display

Mitzi Cecrle of the Chinook Chamber of Commerce presented Lynne Friede of Dan's NAPA with a plaque recognizing her window display as the best business decorated window during the 2015 Sugarbeet...

 

Got questions? Mail Ballot instructions for Chinook and Harlem General Elections

Mail ballot elections are being used more and more across Montana for elections without federal offices. The mail ballot election allows the voter the convenience of voting at home and has increased voter turnout. Ballots are mailed directly to the e... Full story

 

New school year start-up events reviewed by CHS School Board

Chairwoman Miller called the October 13, 2015 meeting to order. Board members present were Michael Copenhaver, James Hodgson, Ernest Johnson, Pauly Miller, Joel Pruttis and Viki Tilleman. Absent were... Full story

 

MNIN has request

www.myneighborinneed.org is a website that provides local citizens a way to ask for help from their community and a way for the community to give back. Are you in need? Do you know someone in your community in need? My Neighbor in Need may be able...

 

MDT proposes road resurfacing East of Chinook

The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) would like to notify the public and seek comments on a proposal to resurface about 14.1 miles of U.S. Highway 2, east of Chinook. The project begins at the 15 Mile Creek Bridge at reference post 413.8...

 

Triangle announces 2015 Smart Rural Connected Community Challenge Program

As part of its commitment to strengthening rural communities, Triangle Communications (Triangle) again encourages applicants for its Smart Rural Connected Community Challenge program. Two communities from within Triangle’s service area will be...

 

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