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 By Donna Miller    News    February 28, 2024

Local Artist Is Inducted into Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame

By Donna L. Miller BCJ News In Great Falls on February 10, 24 cowboys were inducted into the Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame (MCHF). One of the Legacy Inductees for 2024 is Clarence Basil Cuts The Rope of Hays from District 4. The MCHF Mission honors...

 

MTHS Seeks Heritage Keeper Nominations

The Montana Historical Society is seeking nominations for people and organizations whose exemplary commitment to identifying and preserving our historical and cultural heritage makes them eligible for the Heritage Keeper Awards. Up to two people or...

 

Ritch Grimes joined the Milk River Churches as new co-pastor on February 12

Ritch Grimes, former solo pastor of the Chinook Alliance Church, is the new co-pastor of the Milk River Churches (MRC). Rev. Grimes joins Theresa Danley, Certified Lay Pastor, who has been pastor to...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    February 21, 2024

Sanders Wins County Spelling Bee

On February 13, twenty-seven spellers from across Blaine County converged on Chinook High School's Lloyd Sweet Auditorium for the Blaine County Spelling Bee. After six rounds, Samson Sanders, an...

 
 By Olivia Downs    News    February 21, 2024

Blaine County Museum Memo

February is Black History Month, and the museum will be hosting Chinook’s Austin Haney to give us a special presentation on the Buffalo Soldiers in Montana. The Buffalo Soldiers were a United States Army Regiment that primarily comprised of A...

 

American Garage in Chinook again offering Scholarship Opportunities for area Graduating Seniors

American Garage in Chinook is well known for their professional automotive repairs as well as their community support over the years. Their commitment to area youth is absolutely no different. Owners, Scott and Heather DePriest, believe in the value...

 

5 Harlem Students Advance to Blaine County Spelling Bee

On February 1st, Harlem Elementary 5th and 6th grade students participated in the annual school spelling bee. The top spellers will participate in the Blaine County Spelling Bee to be held on...

 

Montana Seed Show March 7-9

PRESS RELEASE The 2024 Montana Seed Show is approaching. The Montana Seed Show will be held March 7 – 9, 2024 at Harlem High School. The Montana Seed Show would like invite everyone to participate in this year’s show. The purpose of the Montana See...

 

The Aaniiih Nakoda Community Foundation Strengthens the Fort Belknap Indian Community

Aaniiih Nakoda College The Aaniiih Nakoda Community Foundation (ANCF) improves the quality of life for the Aaniiih and Nakoda people through grants and higher education scholarships. The foundation fills gaps in tribal services for the Fort Belknap...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    February 14, 2024

FFA Competes in Spring Districts and Will See New Districts Next Year

On Tuesday, February 6, several schools from across the Judith Basin District sent their FFA Chapter members to FFA Spring Districts in Havre. The event was held in part at the Fifth Avenue Church from 9:00 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. Among those attending...

 

Estate Planning Workshops Coming to the Hi-Line

Both the Blaine and Hill County Extension offices will be hosting Dr. Marsha Goetting on the Hi-Line for a series of Estate Planning Workshops this week. The first workshop in the series will be held...

 

Chinook Eagles Makes a Donation to Local Youth Group

This is Chinook Eagles President Steve Mulonet presenting Chrissy Downs & JUMP kids with a check from the December Fundraising Meat Raffle! For several years now the Eagles receives meat donations...

 

Rod Benson presented a "Readers Digest Version" of Blaine County's geology

Rod Benson, who grew up in Harlem, was the third presenter in the Blaine County Museum's 2023/24 Off-Season Speaker Series. Benson was a high school science teacher in Helena for 37 years and retired...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    February 7, 2024

Chinook School Selects Spelling Bee Winner

A seventh grader at Chinook Junior High School, Cynnloch Gibson took first place at the Chinook School District Spelling Bee on Tuesday, January 30. He will advance to the Blaine County Spelling Bee...

 
 By Press Release    News    February 7, 2024

SAVING SWEET: A LONG-TERM GOAL

The nursing home industry is in trouble, especially rural nursing homes that have managed to not succumb to the struggles of the last 3 ½ years. In 2022, 12 nursing homes in Montana closed; one of those was just down the road from us, in Malta. Rural...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    February 7, 2024

Photographers Shine in 2023 Photo Contest

Three Chinook photographers came away with prizes in the Triangle Communications 2023 Photo Contest. For their artistic composition and creativity in depicting "the scenic or abstract beauty of the...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    February 7, 2024

Molyneauxs Honored at Fairfield Game

On Thursday night, February 1, following the girls' varsity basketball game against Fairfield, members from the Chinook High School Pep Club, Addison Olsen and Hannah Schoen made a presentation. Both...

 

Simulation in Motion Montana and Aaniiih Nakoda College Collaborate on Lifesaving Training

Harlem, MT – In a significant stride towards enhancing healthcare education and emergency response capabilities, Simulation in Motion Montana (SIM-MT) proudly announces its recent collaboration w...

 
 By Steve Edwards    News    January 31, 2024

Retired middle school teacher now training seniors at Chinook Center

Jack Brandon, a retired middle school teacher from Havre, is now using his teaching skills at the Chinook Senior Center to help seniors learn to paint. For the past few weeks Brandon has been...

 
 By Steve Edwards    News    January 31, 2024

February 2: more than just a ground hog looking for its shadow

Most of my adult life I have looked forward to February 2, Ground Hog Day. Thinking about whether the ground hog will see its shadow (not in Montana since we have no ground hogs) takes me back to my...

 

Perry Miller celebrated by many as he retires after 29 years of service

On Sunday, January 21, 2024 many gathered to thank Judge Perry Miller for his 29 years of leadership and service to the people of Blaine County and the State of Montana. Judge Perry Miller resigned...

 
 By Donna Miller    News    January 31, 2024

Candidates Share Their Views in Chinook

Barb and Greg Jergeson played host to two democratic candidates during the past two weeks. Jesse Mullen, Candidate for Secretary of State, and Ryan Busse, Candidate for Governor, both visited the area in late January. On Tuesday, January 23, the...

 

The North Chinook Boosters 4-H club Meeting

The North Chinook Boosters 4-H club held their December meeting at the triple e room on December 17th. The meeting was called to order by president Ashlyn Hofeldt. Members present Ashlyn and Hadley Hofeldt, Alexis and Beau Elias, Raylee Houtzel,...

 
 By Steve Edwards    News    January 24, 2024

Blaine County Museum set to launch an oral history project

Samantha (Sam) French, Director of the Blaine County Museum, recently described a plan to begin collecting oral histories in Blaine County. French, who came to the director's position about five...

 
 By Steve Edwards    News    January 24, 2024

Any idea what 60+ million Americans have in common?

Three years ago a nationwide study found that about 23 percent of Americans do some kind of volunteer work. That equates to 60+ million of your fellow Americans. Those numbers may have shocked alert...

 

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