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Articles from the November 1, 2017 edition

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 By Mark Hebert    News    November 1, 2017

Malta High School home of the Northern B Volleyball Tourney

Malta High School will host the 2017 Northern B Divisional Volleyball Tournament starting this Thursday with the hometown M-ettes claiming one of the eight spots as teams seek State Tournament bids. Joining the hometown ladies at this week’s...

 

'Urban Legends' troupe delights

It was six weeks ago that Mrs. Anna LaBrie started to gather different plays together before deciding which one was worthy enough to be performed for the citizens of Malta and surrounding areas as an...

 
 By Mark Hebert    News    November 1, 2017

City of Malta looks to sell lots to Motor Sports at old airport

The Malta City Council approved a motion that will allow the City of Malta to discuss selling lots at the old Phillips County Airport to the Phillips County Motors Sports organization which currently run their events there during race season. The...

 
 By Dina Meneely    News    November 1, 2017

Putt Crawl tees up November 11 in Malta

Tee up for a great time on Saturday, November 11 at the 6th Annual Malta Putt Crawl, sponsored by the Malta Area Chamber of Commerce. You don't need to be a golfer to enjoy this great evening out,...

 
 By James Walling    News    November 1, 2017

Things are cooking at Saco's Pip's Diner

We all know eastern Montana is a food wasteland. It's about the only thing I hear people complain about consistently from Havre to Poplar. The watering holes are few and far between. And they usually...

 
 By Helen Austin    News    November 1, 2017

Whitewater News and Opinion for November 1, 2017

Whitewater is alive with hunters. Also, alive with cowboys gathering cattle for shipping. The school children has a break as the teachers attended conferences. Whitewater Lutheran Church had a...

 

Malta High School announces first honor roll list of 17-18

Malta High School announced their first honor roll of the 2017-18 school year last Tuesday and the senior class boasted the most students on the list with 19 named to the roll while the sophomore class ranked second with 10 students, the junior...

 

Thoughts from Helen D.

Dear Editor, This episode was told to my husband and me by a young Montana instructor: A high school boy had stated that he intended to kill himself. The next day he was found dead! It bothered me for sometime as to why the teacher didn’t ask the...

 

Remembering a fall in the mountains

The death of an Illinois man caught my attention last week. Chase Shott, 26, died in a fall near Mystic Lake in the Beartooth Mountains. It was one of those “There, but for the grace of God goes...

 

Box Elder Bug-out

Every once in a while I run out of things to write about. When that happens, divine intervention can come through at times. This time intervention came from a flick of the finger, as I cleanly...

 

Gladys B. (Minnie) Pancake

Gladys B. (Minnie) Pancake, age 95, died of natural causes at her home in Boise, Idaho, surrounded by her family on Aug. 21, 2017. She was born Oct. 9, 1922 in Rosemary, Alberta, Canada to George and Harriett L. Watson where her parents homesteaded...

 

Card New for November 1, 2017

Whist On Tuesday, October 24, Malcolm Clouse was first, Nina Jones and Margaret Leader tied for second, and the traveling prize was awarded to Leonard Leader. Pinochle On Thursday, October 26, Noel Emond scored 7,750 good for first place, Sharon...

 
 By Lori Taylor    News    November 1, 2017

P.C. Museum news for November 1, 2017

Phillips County is very lucky to have a Theatre still operating in Malta. One hundred years ago a dedicated man by the name of R.M. Trafton worked to bring theatre to our town. I enjoyed this article that was in the newspaper and thought others might...

 
 By Eldora Henry    News    November 1, 2017

Dodson News for November 1, 2017

While Polly Solberg was in Great Falls she visited Sid and Merrimae Solberg, Ed and Sarah Ostlund and Jim and Kelly Solberg before returning home. The parishioners of the Lutheran Church enjoyed a...

 

Briefly for November 1, 2017

Malta Senior Meals Thursday, Nov 2nd - Spaghetti Friday, Nov 3rd - Dill salmon Tuesday, Nov 7th - Stuffed cabbage Do you have a birthday in November? Be sure to sign up for a 10 meal certificate for November when you sign in for dinner. You could be...

 

Phillips County Sheriff's Report for November 1, 2017

Please remember to file a burn permit for the rest of 2017 if you plan on doing any burning outside of the Malta City limits and please CALL BEFORE you start your burn. October 13, 2017 10:22 p.m. 911 received reporting an erratic vehicle in the...

 
 By Mark Hebert    News    November 1, 2017

Memories for week of November 1, 2017

100 years ago November 1, 1917 Cards have been received in Malta announcing the marriage of Emanuel Sklower to Ms. Rose Sternglanz of New York City. The wedding occurred on Saturday, Oct. 20....

 

Parade of Lights boasts twelve

A total of 12 floats entered the Parade of Lights in Malta last Thursday night and the top floats were: Independence Bank, first place; First State Bank, second place and Malta VFW and third place....

 

Landusky to hold Annual Fundraiser

Fall is in the air which means it’s once again time for the Landusky Foundation’s Harvest Fundraiser on Saturday, November 4th at 5:00 p.m. The funds raised will be used for the day-to-day upkeep and maintenance of the Landusky Community Center...

 

Red Ribbon Week celebrated at Malta Public Schools

October 23-31, 2017, marked the twenty-ninth National Red Ribbon Week. Red Ribbon Week is a National Drug Prevention Campaign celebrated every year during the last full week in October as a way to promote awareness of the dangers of illegal drugs and...

 

Loring News for November 1, 2017

LORING NEWS I have experienced 97-degree weather last week along with the low 30's this week. Last week my sister, Debbie and I went to Phoenix for a few days to visit out brother Scott and his wife...

 

Saco Schools celebrate Red Ribbon Week

Saco Schools joined schools across the county and country last week in celebrating Red Ribbon Week, a week dedicated to the theme of drug use prevention. Last Thursday, Saco's theme was "Team Up...

 
 By Ann Shettle    News    November 1, 2017

Miscellaneous & Livestock 4-H Judging Results

A total of 16 4-H members participated in the 4-H Livestock and eleven members participating in the Miscellaneous Judging on Sunday, October 22, at the Pavilion in Malta. Youth judged livestock...

 

Pearls for Precious Angels brings Joy

The Pearls for Precious Angels fundraiser held at the Mint Bar was a joyful event. The fundraiser was to raise enough money to supply both Glasgow and Havre Hospitals with a Cuddle Cot. A Cuddle Cot is a cooling system that preserves stillborn...

 

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