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Mr. King

After rising before 6 a.m. every morning, eating approximately 6,120 school lunches, holding countless meetings, and scheduling innumerable school activities, Malta High School Principal, Scott King,...

Yesterday's Phillips County News Memories for May 22, 2019

100 years ago May 22, 1919 Judge John Hurly had ruled that the bondsmen of “Long” George Francis must pay the $2,000 bonds they had put up for Francis. “Long” Gorge had jumped his bond at...

Malta Mayor ready to drop hammer on speeders

Malta Mayor John Demarais took to social media ahead of last Tuesday’s Malta City Council meeting to address a complaint made by a citizen and seconded by many others; children in the street near...

Malta Public Schools honor five retirees

Elaine Stannebein Position at Malta: Middle School Special Education Total years in Education: Substitute teaching for many years, a teacher for four. What will you miss most about teaching in Malta?...

Turning Tassels

A total of 37 high school seniors turned their graduation tassels last week at Phillips County's four high schools and the following are highlights from those events. Dodson 5.17.19 Dodson High...

M-ettes take silver in Glasgow

The Malta M-ettes are headed to the 2019 State A-B Track Meet in Kalispell on Thursday, May 23, through Saturday, May 25. The team took second place in the 2019 Northern B Divisional meet in Glasgow...

Beer Run crushes expectations

Despite the threat of rain and the reality of a cold and sunless day, the First Annual Malta Beer Run, hosted by Blue Ridge Brewing and Malta Parks & Rec was a success. "We would have done it no...

Marks,Waters golf at state

The 2019 Montana high school golf season concluded on Wednesday, May 15, in Missoula, and Malta was represented by seniors Kloie Marks and Grayson Waters. Amongst the girl golfers, Marks finished fourty-first with a two day toal of 233. Marks shot...

Eight qualify for state from Eastern C

Eight Phillips County Class C athletes will be represented at the State C Track and Field meet in Laurel on Thursday, May 23, through Saturday, May 25. The Dodson Coyotes, Saco Panthers, and...

Mustangs second in Northern B

The Malta Mustangs took second place in the 2019 Northern B Divisional meet held last Saturday, May 18, on a cold and windy day in Glasgow. The Fairfield Eagles won the meet with a total of 116...

Spray weeds the right way

Dear editor, We all would like to do our part to help prevent cancer, right? So here is a proposal for all of us: neighbors, school personnel, city crew. If you plan to spray poison on your weeds, how about protecting all of us humans (including...

Someone's watching?

I like flying under the radar. Or I did. It’s hard to do so these days. My dogs can’t even go unnoticed any longer. I recently received a message via facebook that my “springer spaniel dog Ruth...

10 years of pain

I’m a man. So the thought of anyone touching my feet makes me uneasy. I cringe at the thought of getting a pedicure or a foot massage. Even going to a podiatrist is a no-go. That being said, I...

Of his many talents, add coffee brewing

Man, Pierre can make a cup of coffee! If you follow the PCN’s Sport editor on social media, or read his columns here, you’ll know that Mr. Bibbs has taken up the new hobby of roasting and grinding fresh coffee beans (adding to his resume of...

Berna Jo "BJ" Menge Fiedler Allen

In the early morning hours of Monday May 13th, 2019, our beloved mother was raised up by our heavenly father to be with her creator and savior after a beautiful and peaceful Mother's Day and a...

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