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RCAN finishes up an amazing year!

A year ago this week, the Phillips County News quoted Katie Brown, "We want to give back to our community and showcase our heritage, and any profit that is made will go back towards RCAN so we can...

 

PCH announces Riggin as new CEO

The Board of Directors of Phillips County Hospital and Family Health Clinic are pleased to announce the selection of Mr. Andrew Riggin to serve as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Mr. Riggin most recently served as CEO of the Bennett County...

 

Dodson School staff receives vaccinations

The certified and support staff and the entire extended Coyote educational family of the Dodson Public School participated and received the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID vaccine that was recently approved...

 

COVID update for the week of January 6

On Thursday, 12/31/20, The Phillips County Health Department reported four new positive cases of COVID-19. Phillips County currently has 16 active cases, with 432 cases reported since the virus was first detected in Phillips County. Of these, 404...

 

Sworn in

Phillips County elected officials, Richard Dunbar and Tami Christofferson, were sworn in last week. Pictured above: Richard was sworn in on December 28th as County Commissioner, Dist C by Justice of...

 
 By Eldora Henry    News    January 6, 2021

Dodson News for January 6, 2021

This week has been like a yoyo with the temps going up and down. Sunday was about the warmest, with it making it to the very high 40s and the wind blowing so water was every where and the snow...

 
 By Dixie Stordahl    News    January 6, 2021

Loring News for January 6, 2021

Happy new year everyone! I'm wishing a prosperous year for each of you! I saw five bald eagles last week on the way to Malta! I felt like I hit the jackpot! My Amyrilis is blooming and the other one...

 
 By Sharon Kindle    News    January 6, 2021

Senior News for January 6, 2021

The Malta Senior Citizens will hold their annual meeting Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. at the center. Dues of $15.00 are due and necessary for voting privileges. Three director positions, each three year terms, are up: Margaret Leader, who...

 

That was a close call

It’s been a while since I’ve fallen through the ice, but late-season pheasant hunting always carries that risk. I didn’t expect any problems this year. It had been dry for months and the freeze...

 

On cooking for two

I am a retired farmer’s wife. I cooked for one husband, seven children and various others. Now the horde is gone and I’m left helpless. I don’t know how to cook for two. I can’t gauge the amounts of anything it seems. We have left-overs from...

 

Roberta White Duvall

Roberta White Duvall said goodbye to her time on this earth Tuesday, December 8th, 2020. She passed peacefully at home with her husband, Sam, and family members. Roberta was born July 27, 1939 in Whitefish, MT to John and Mabel White. She was the... Full story

 

Elmer Nelson

Long time Malta and Chinook resident, Elmer Nelson 68, passed away December 30, 2020 in Chinook. A viewing will be held Monday at 6:00 p.m. and a burial to take place Tuesday at 2:00pm at the Malta Cemetery with Military honors. Dad was born March... Full story

 

Donald Richard "Rick" Heuscher

Donald Richard "Rick" Heuscher passed away December 5th, 2020 from complications of Covid 19 in Billings, MT. He was born in Kalispell, MT May 20, 1949 and spent most of his life in Browning. He received a teaching degree from Western Montana... Full story

 

Deadline for Community Foundation Grants is February 15

February 15, 2021 is Deadline to Apply for Community Foundation Grants. The Phillips County Community Foundation (PCCF) is pleased to announce they are accepting applications for their 2021 semiannual grant program. The Foundation hopes to fund multi...

 

State Nursery has trees and Shrubs

Many farmsteads may have lost trees or shrubs in their shelterbelt in 2020. The State Nursery http://dnrc.mt.gov/divisions/forestry/forestry-assistance/conservation-seedling-nursery has an online...

 

Briefly for January 6, 2020

Question-Answer Mail-in Consulting ADULTS ONLY. Get an analysis answer to a healthcare or life activities question within 3 to 6 postmark months. Applicable answer fees are $26 for 2 pages no reference, $36 for 3 pages one reference, or $46 for four...

 

Phillips County Sheriff's Report for Wednesday, January 6, 2021

Check out our website: www.phillipscountysheriff.org and our Facebook page, Phillips County Sheriff’s Office. Our Facebook page does give reports of scams and other important information as needed to get to the public. Concealed Weapon Permits: New...

 

MSU Extension to offer two new online programs starting in January 2021

MontGuide Mondays discussions beginning January 4, 2021 MontGuide Mondays will run 10 to 11 a.m. Mondays in January and February via WebEx. Sessions will be hosted by Marsha Goetting, MSU Extension...

 

From the Archives for January 6, 2021

80 years ago Thursday, January 2nd, 1941 The body of an unidentified man was found on December 21st by Walter Simpson in a last’s year’s hay stack, five miles east of Bowdoin. The body was in an...

 

Classifieds for January 6, 2021

HELP WANTED Malta School District Job Announcement Position: High School Custodian Contact: Matt Genger [email protected] Telephone: (406) 654-1871 Deadline: Until Filled Effective: Immediately Wage: DOE plus Benefits Hours: 40 hours per week...

 

Legal Ads for January 6, 2021

NOTICE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Barbara Chillcott Montana Dept. Natural Resources and Conservation 406-444-6336 December 30, 2020 Board of Adjustment Meeting to Consider Joint Motion for Approval of Settlement Agreement and Issuance of...

 
 By Pierre Bibbs    Sports    January 6, 2021

Mustangs Basketball 2020-21

At long last, the basketball season has began in the State of Montana, and the Mustangs have returned plenty of talent for their 2020-21 campaign. The team has a total of 18 athletes this season,...

 
 By Pierre Bibbs    Sports    January 6, 2021

Mavericks Basketball 2020-21

The North Country Mavericks welcome back 14 athletes this season, several of which saw plenty of playing time last season. This season, the team will be led by a similar coaching staff, but the...

 
 By Pierre Bibbs    Sports    January 6, 2021

Coyote Basketball 2020-21

The Dodson Coyotes have graduated two very talented athletes last season; Corbin LoneBear and Shaun Ball, but Coach Benson is optimistic that the team can make it back into contenders for a spot at...

 

M-ette Basketball 2020-21

The M-ettes have retained a lot of talent from last year's team that ended the year with a win at the state tournament. Last year's state tournament concluded with a pair of co-champions and a few...

 

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