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Sweet Home Resident Welcome 147 Trick-or-Treaters, Celebrate Veterans Day

The Sweet Home staff and residents have been busy over the course of the summer and into fall. Residents have had plenty of fun interacting with folks in the community while attending several events....

 

Hogeland Happenings

Susan and Gene Billmayer attended the Thanks for the Harvest service on Thursday evening in Hogeland. Laura Sherwood left for home after spending Nov. 5-15th with Loretta Beck. Susan Billmayer enjoyed the birthday celebration with Jane Krass and...

 

Anne Hance Wins Big Flat FFA Chili Cook-Off

Despite seven degree mercury readings at dinnertime and the fact that it had snowed most of the day on November 9, a crowd of approximately fifty people gathered in the Turner Public School's multipur...

 

4H Meeting Reports

North Chinook Booster The first meeting of the North Chinook Boosters 4-H Club for the 2022-2023 4-H year was called to order by President Gracie Skoyen on Sunday, November 6th. The American and 4-H pledges were recited. Roll call was “What is...

 

Hogeland Happenings

A large crowd attended the funeral service for Wally Beck in Turner on Friday. A lunch at the Turner School and burial at Silverbow Cemetery in Hogeland followed. Terry and Brenda Mohar attended a birthday party for Dusty Mohar in Harlem on...

 

THIS WEEK: DROP-OFF SITES OPEN FOR OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD

As the Thanksgiving season approaches, many families and children are giving thanks and giving back—to children in need around the world through Operation Christmas Child. Shoebox gifts prepared by generous donors and filled with toys, hygiene...

 

Harlem Library

The Harlem Library Board of Trustees meets today for its November meeting, 4:15 in the library meeting room. The Book Challenge for November is to read a book by a debut author. Please let the library staff know if you have completed the challenge...

 

Hays/Lodge Pole Archery Program Starts Year 2

The Hays/Lodge Pole Archery Program is getting ready to begin year number two of the program after a very successful inaugural season. Back for one more year to guide the Thunderbird program is Rod...

 

Connecting all Four Corners - Cultural Healing Horse Ride Wraps up this Weekend

For decades the idea of mental health has simply been pushed to the back burner, left to include the just a few 'crazy' individuals hidden from society in mental hospitals. Mental Health was really ne...

 

Hello God, it's me, Mara

November snow may come real soon, there’s still work to be done. Friends and neighbors have helped a lot, bit more ‘fore change of SUN[1]! Did you get snow, or is it gone? Winter is on its way! Some rain could fall, it’s needed here. Twould...

 
 By MT FWP    Lifestyles    November 16, 2022

BIG GAME HARVEST AND HUNTER NUMBERS REMAIN LOW IN NORTH-CENTRAL MONTANA DURING THIRD WEEK OF HUNTING SEASON

GREAT FALLS – At the end of the third full week of general rifle season, both the total harvest and hunter numbers continue to remain low at FWP’s check station in Augusta. Although numbers in both categories began to increase towards the end of...

 

USDA Names Appointees to the Montana Farm Service Agency State Committee

Bozeman, Mont. - Oct. 28, 2022- The USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) today announced appointees who will serve on the Montana USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) state committee. Members of the FSA state committee are appointed by Secretary of Agriculture...

 

MAT Offers Youth Workshops

Montana Actors’ Theatre (MAT) is offering workshops for youth ages 12-19 in both November and December. Although the workshops will take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30—5:00 p.m. at the Havre High Theatre, youth need not be a Havre...

 

Giving Thanks During This Month of 'Thanks'giving

Thanksgiving is Thursday, November 24 and hopefully the day can be celebrated with friends and family gathered around the dinner table enjoying a bountiful feast with all the trimmings. Concluding...

 

Chinook Senior Center

We have respite funds available, to find out if you qualify contact Karyn at 406-357-2648 or come to the Senior Center to pick up a form. Are you a caretaker for your spouse? or a neighbor? or a friend? Do you drive them to Dr. appointments out of...

 

Hogeland Happenings

Sympathy is extended to the family of Wally Beck who passed away on Saturday, Nov. 5th. Services will be held later this week. The Hogeland Lutheran Church held their annual turkey dinner and bazaar this past Sunday, Nov. 6th. Everyone who attended...

 

Young Hunters Fill Their Tags on Opening Day

It's that time of year again, early morning wake up calls, convenience store coffee, sandwiches and hunters orange as your outer-wear. Blaine county is a destination spot for plenty of hunters coming...

 

Project Pumpkin and Something Strange Are Happening on Indiana Street

This past Halloween, Project Pumpkin was unveiled in Chinook at Brickcent$ on Indiana Street. Owner of Brickcent$, Brandon Nissen had hoped to also build something with a "Strange" theme, but he only...

 

MAT Offers Seasonal Murder Mystery

Anyone who missed the Halloween weekend performance of Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express, adapted for the stage by Ken Ludwig, another opportunity exists on November 3-5 and again on Nove...

 

Area Student Wins Finalist Status

A piece of artwork by Avery Fox, an eighth grader at Turner Public Schools, has been chosen as a finalist for Artsonia's Artist of the Week. If he wins, the school will receive a $100 gift...

 

HogelandHappenings

This weekend Terry Mohar’s uncle, Chuck Martin, Calvin Martin, and Colby Martin were here hunting at Brenda and Terry’s. They are from Libby and Kalispell. Susan Billmayer visited Jane Krass and Anita Reed on Monday morning. Monday evening...

 

Community Thanksgiving Dinner Set to Serve Another Fantastic Meal

The Community Thanksgiving dinner held annually in Chinook has went through a number of different ideas through the years and has been remarkable in its ability to adapt and serve the community. The...

 

Philipsburg has more than just a famous candy store

Alert readers may recall two of my recent stories (visits to Anaconda/Butte and Basin) were about what we saw on a "surprise tour of Montana" for my wife's birthday. The following story is about the...

 

Locals learn pine cone art

A one-afternoon craft workshop was held last week at the Chinook Senior Center. The class focused on how to create holiday decorations using pine cones as the basic decorative material. Six locals...

 

Blaine County Library

The Blaine County Library Board of Trustees will hold their regular monthly meeting Monday October 31st at 4:30 p.m. Be sure to bring your little ones in to the library on Halloween. We will be handin...

 

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