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Malta Municipal Pool to open in July

The Malta City Council on Monday night unanimously approved a motion that will allow the Municipal Pool to open to the public in one month's time with a capacity of 75-percent of the usual amount of...

Take a Kid Fishing!

At the high watermark, the Malta Walleye Unlimited Chapter boasts a member roster of 162 people, but because the 31st Annual Banquet was postponed and then canceled due to COVID-19 restriction, the...

Yesterday's Phillips County News Memories for June 3, 2020

100 years ago June 1, 1945 County splitting was becoming a popular North Montana pastime. Saco Residents were working for a new county to be carved from the eastern part of Phillips and western part...

Chickens and Cats discussed at City Council meeting

From getting stray cats out of town to bringing chickens into it, last Tuesday’s Malta City Council meeting discussed those animals and much more and on Monday night held a special meeting to decide what to do with the Municipal Pool and if the...

New CNAs ready for HLRC

A two-week CNA class at the Hi-Line Retirement Center wrapped up last week in Malta, graduating five new nurses’ assistants. Picture are, left: Millissa Riggin, HLRC Director of Nursing,...

M-ettes to host camp

Malta M-ette Coach Nate Hammond and the team are set to host the 2020 M-ette Summer Basketball Camp, giving girls 3rd grade to 8th grade the chance to hit the hardwood. "We will have the high school...

Phillips County News Athlete of the Week: Kylee Nelson

Fave hobby over the last few weeks: Long boarding. Favorite Netflix series: Outer Banks. Dream Career: Working with Autistic children. Fave song: Simple Things by Mike. Dream Pizza:...

Bring in the drunks

Only days after the most recent snowfall, it’s finally beginning to feel like summer. But the arrival of warm weather also heralds the return of one of Montana’s more annoying species: loud,...

The theft of our vested water rights On BLM administered lands

Dear editor, Water rights in Montana have been the topic of much discussion and rulings, both legislatively and judicially, over the past 40 plus years. To say this has resulted in a totally confused mess would be an understatement. When the dust...

Supporting the home team

Montanans, especially those of us who live and work in rural areas and small communities, are a hearty bunch. We literally and figuratively weather storms, we help our neighbors when they need a hand, and we also enjoy a quality of life that is...

Kindergarten Pops

I experienced the new age of learning through a Zoom Conference call on PJ’s lask week of school and he nearly missed it due to my lack of tech-savvy. Susan tasked me with making sure that PJ could...

Sharon Spray

Local artist Sharon Spray passed away on April 4th, 2020. Never afraid to speak her mind, Sharon possessed a scholarly knowledge of world religions, classic literature, philosophy and psychology. She was a painter, an avid reader and enjoyed...

Legal Ads for June 3, 2020

PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO MALTA IRRIGATION DISTRICT WATER USERS: In response to the Drop 5 failure, in order to conserve water and extend the irrigation season, Malta Irrigation District (MID) will be shutting down ditches and laterals from June 22,...

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