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 By Kari Hould    News    November 30, 2022 

With Lights Glowing, Historical Society Hosts Festival

"Word has it, there will be a Victorian gent in a black top hat greeting guests as they walk in the door," stated Lori Taylor, curator at the Phillips County Museum. The night will be laced with fun,...

 

Memories for Wednesday, November 30, 2022

10 yrs ago Nov. 28, 2012 OH…the places you will see Wink and Terri Cole returned Sunday after visiting Zach and Sarah Cole at Ft. Polk, La. They were able to visit the French Quarters and other historical sites and landmarks. Small in number, big...

 
 By Kari Hould    News    November 23, 2022

Voice of Veterans: Busy Fall for Post 4067

The local Veterans had busy and fulfilling activities in October and November. VFW ACTIVITIES: The VFW Buster Deo Post 4067 hosted the District Conference on October 16, with Department officers from...

 
 By Kari Hould    News    November 23, 2022

Local Has Luck on Her Side, Survives Rollover

"It all just happened so fast...I veered into the ditch and rolled," was the statement of Elizabeth (Rose) Wilkes, who lost control of her Expedition on Hwy 2 on Thursday, November 17. She stated she...

 
 By Kari Hould    News    November 23, 2022

Superintendent Genger To Retire... For the Third Time

On Wednesday, November 9, the Malta School Board convened and addressed regular agenda items. District Clerk, Jane Knudsen, attended via telephone, and Board Member Justin Lamb was not in attendance. The administration stated their pride in the...

 

Memories for Wednesday, November 23, 2022

10 yrs ago Nov. 28, 2012 Together in a land far, far away Four Simanton’s from three National Guard units were able to spend a few minutes together while stationed in Afghanistan. Tory and Roy are brothers and cousins to Brian and Jon. Speak up or...

 
 By Kari Hould    News    November 16, 2022

Phillips County Election Results

In one of two contested races in Phillips County last Tuesday, Ann Remely was elected to fill the County Treasurer position. She will also be taking on the position of Superintendent of County Schools, which has been a part-time position for years;...

 
 By Kari Hould    News    November 16, 2022

City Council Has Full Agenda

Tuesday, November 8th, the council board (who had exercised their right to vote) forgathered in the City Chambers and began the meeting with the pledge to the Flag. The public in attendance were Josh...

 

Memories for Wednesday, November 16, 2022

10 yrs ago Nov. 16, 2012 A semi-truck had to be pulled back onto Hwy 2 following a collision with another semi-truck. One truck was carrying military ordinance (bombs). The Loyola Rams had traveled to Malta to meet up with the Mustangs; they claimed...

 
 By Kari Hould    News    November 9, 2022

Farmers & Ranchers: 75 and Strong as Ever

It might seem like the "olden days" to some of you, others it might be a trip down memory lane and as fresh as the smell of homemade buns coming out of the oven. To employees at Farmers and Ranchers...

 
 By Kari Hould    News    November 9, 2022

Paws & A Cause

"I'm not afraid to die; I am only afraid of saying goodbye to you forever." Perhaps those weren't the exact words she heard, but they might have been. Less than two years ago, Twilla Johannesen said...

 
 By Kari Hould    News    November 9, 2022

May I Help? I am an EMT

Those words just might be words you may not hear in the near future should you be in an accident. In the very near future. Unfortunately, the need for EMTs is greater than those who have an interest in assuming that role. Thursday, Nov. 3, the local...

 

Memories for Wednesday, November 9, 2022

10 yrs ago Nov 15, 2012 Third and fourth-grade students of Deserae KillEagle’s class in Dodson shared their support and pride in our military with brief messages and letters. In a letter to the editor, Donald Green, Sr. shared how his...

 
 By Kari Hould    Sports    November 9, 2022

Malta Finishes Third in Northern B

Coach Mary Grace Kalal summed up her first year as M-ette volleyball coach with, “I couldn’t have been any more blessed as a first-year coach to have the group that I got,” as the girls wrapped up the 2022 season taking third place at...

 
 By Kari Hould    News    November 2, 2022

In the Spirit of Halloween...

On Monday, October 31, little goblins, cute spooks and bloody-mouth vampires converged on the Veteran's Park in number. Independence Bank hosted their 2022 Happy Halloween Spooktacular and decorated...

 
 By Kari Hould    News    November 2, 2022

Plans Made, Sheriff Gives Report

Tuesday night, October 25th, the City Council convened and all members were present, except Jim Sintler, who had been excused. PWD Jim Truelove provided his report; work has been done on the dike by Heritage Manor; and recent events at the old...

 

Memories for Wednesday, November 2, 2022

10 yrs ago Nov. 3, 2012 Ol’ Sure Shot Fearless hunter, Jack Stenswick, was shown with his prized 4x4 buck he bagged along the Milk River while traveling with his chauffeur, David Rummel. The look on his face said he meant business! Seniors Gain...

 
 By Kari Hould    News    October 26, 2022

Facing Shortages, Will an Ambulance Come?

The loss of a family member, friend, or loved one is one of the toughest things we ever have to face. Not only is the loss heartbreaking at the time...some people never recover from it. What if you...

 
 By Kari Hould    News    October 26, 2022

With Grace and Dignity, Henry Celebrates 90 Years

Surrounded by seven of her eight children, Eldora ("Dora") Henry was the guest of a party in honor of her 90th birthday on Sat., October 22nd, at the VFW. The children, grandchildren,...

 
 By Kari Hould    News    October 26, 2022

Supreme Court Candidate James Brown Makes a Visit to Malta

Malta welcomed Supreme Court Candidate, James Brown, of Dillon, to town on Friday. The native of Montana stated he is enjoying meeting the people of our great state and is putting on plenty of miles a...

 
 By Kari Hould    News    October 26, 2022

Jumpin J's is a Family Venture

Fresh and hot first thing in the morning, especially on a brisk autumn morning, 10 to 15 flavors of lattes and drinks await you at "Jumpin' J's". The new espresso is currently located by the...

 
 By Kari Hould    News    October 26, 2022

Updates, Upkeep and Vandalism on Council Agenda

The City Council was all present for the October 11th meeting in the City chambers. Mayor Demarais was back from a trip east for Montana Rural Waters, and PWD Jim Truelove had returned from a conference in Kalispell. PWD Truelove stated his conferenc...

 

Memories for Wednesday, October 26, 2022

10 yrs ago Oct. 31, 2012 Angels at Work Angel Tree Program representative Terry Robinson was presented with a check for $821 for the Christmas program expenses. The funds were raised from a Halloween costume party and was presented by DoDee Oxarart....

 
 By Kari Hould    News    October 26, 2022

Soup's On.... Soup's Gone

Thank you to whomever ordered the weather for last Saturday, October 22nd~it was great! At least from the standpoint and view of the Senior Citizen Center, who hosted a "super souper" day. Eight...

 
 By Kari Hould    News    October 19, 2022

Scrip, Soups, Spooks, Goodies & Goblins A Coming!

Thursday night, October 27th, the city of Malta kicks off the holiday season by hosting the fifth annual Oktoberfest. Malta’s banks and participating businesses will be open that evening till 8 p.m. The Christmas scrip program is available at all...

 

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