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Kiwanis sets up Little Free Library Booth
Malta Kiwanis are happy to announce that they recently became part of the national program known as the Little Free Library. Throughout Montana Kiwanis Clubs have joined in this special program to...
Dirt Daubers have been busy!
Once again the Malta Dirt Daubers volunteered many hours to help beautify Malta. They have been decorating about 50 oak barrels around Malta for 20years. It was decided to change the spring...
Former Malta resident succumbs to cancer
The cancer death of former Malta resident Timothy Charles Alzheimer was recently reported in the August 4 edition of the Bozeman Daily Chronicle. Tim had served as a loan officer at Malta’s First Security Bank (now Bank of Malta) before moving to...
Pro landscaper to be at next Dirt Dauber meeting
Malta Dirt Daubers invites the public to a special gardening event on Sat. Feb. 8 1 pm at the PC Museum. Professional landscaper Ben Haugen will give suggestions on designing and implementing a small flower bed. Helpful suggestions will be offered...
Kiwanis is looking for can tabs!!!
By chance do you have a few pull tabs from aluminum cans setting in a drawer somewhere? Now is the time to give the pull tabs to an elementary student to take to their classroom. The pull tabs are found on tuna, cat food, soup, veggie, soda pop, and...
Malta High School welcomes LeAnn Hass family
The Malta community welcomes one of MHS’s two new Special Education teachers, Mrs. LeAnn Haas. If LeAnn looks a trifle familiar to you, it could be because she is the former LeAnn Lee, MHS Mustang class of 2008. As a new special education teacher... Full story
Dirt Daubers gift flowers to teachers for 25th year
The Malta Dirt Daubers spent a busy morning arranging flowers for Malta's teachers on Wednesday afternoon. For the past 25 years teachers at Malta have received a fresh vase of flowers on the first... Full story
Community Pointers for new teachers at Phillips County Schools, part II
Following last week’s article, several other concerned citizens have offered helpful hints for the new border patrol officers, school teachers, and especially the new owners of Dairy Queen who have bravely trekked northward from warm, sunny... Full story
Community Pointers for new teachers at Phillips County Schools
As a retired teacher trying to stay out of trouble, Editor Mark Hebert has been kind enough to let me try my hand at journalism. Because the greater Malta-Dodson-Saco area has recently been blessed with several new teachers, I thought it might be... Full story