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Phillips County Healthcare Foundation continues to give to PC Health Facilities

As with many of our local organizations, the Phillips County Healthcare Foundation faced fundraising challenges this past year, but they still found a way to continue to provide much needed donations...

 

Crop Seminar offered at the Phillips County Extension Office Jan. 21

On Thursday, January 21, at 2pm the following program will be offered. Pre-registration is required. You can participate in person at the Extension Office or remotely by Zoom. Space is limited so...

 

Fort Belknap's Kuhl appointed by Gov. Gianforte

HELENA, Mont. – Governor Greg Gianforte today announced his appointment of Misty Kuhl to lead the Department of Indian Affairs. "Misty shares my commitment to create new partnerships and build... Full story

 

COVID update for the week of January 13

On Thursday, January 7, 2021, The Phillips County Health Department reported three new positive cases of COVID-19. Those individuals are isolated and contact tracing has been completed. According to...

 

VFW Auxiliary Continuing Ed Scholarship

The VFW Auxiliary Post 4067 announces and is pleased to offer the Continuing Education Scholarship to assist members and their immediate family members who wish to further their education by pursuing a college degree or career direction at a...

 
 By Eldora Henry    News    January 13, 2021

Dodson News for January 13, 2021

Terri Cole was in Malta on Wednesday on business. Polly Solberg returned home when her brother, Bert, took a slight turn better. On Thursday she received the news that Bert had passed away. We have...

 

Loring News for January 13, 2021

The fog was the main thing weather wise this week and the frost that was left was amazing! The heavy frost on the power lines did create a few power outages! Thank you to the Big Flat Co-op for their...

 

HLRC Administrator Reflects on 2020

Wow! 2020 will be one of those years we’ll be talking about 20 years from now while rocking on our front porch, more than the winter 1978-79 or the winter of 2010 -11. How could one have known what 2020 held for the American public, and more...

 

Our country should be better than this

Dear Editor, Honestly, I don’t know how to start this. This was shocking, to see a sitting president incite a mob to attack the Capitol Building of the United States of America. To hear the House Minority leader FAIL to condemn this action and...

 

I fear that it is only a matter of time

If I can hang on just a little longer, like magic it will be gone. My fears will vanish, and I’ll be able to stand proudly upright once again. In the meantime I’m terrified. I’m of an age that...

 

George Henry Lamb

“Lambing” started extra early on a farm north of Saco on Valentine’s Day in 1925 with the birth of George Henry Lamb. Liz and Elmer Lamb were the proud parents of Baby Lamb who joined siblings Manuel, Ivis, Elmer and later Ruth, all of whom...

 

MCF awards grants to PCCF and other local communities

Montana Community Foundation, Inc. (MCF) awards over $31,000 in ReImagine What is Possible Grants to local community foundations and organizations that participated in the second installment of ReImagining Rural (RR2), a partnership with the First...

 

Briefly for January 13, 2021

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 13, 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...

 

USDA Agricultural Conservation Easement Application Cutoff Date is February 5

The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service in Montana is accepting applications for the Agricultural Conservation Easement Program (ACEP). While NRCS accepts easement applications on a continuous basis, applications for the next funding...

 

Gas Prices To Jump in 2021 as Country Mends From COVID-19

The national average could eventually hit $3 per gallon in 2021 thanks to economic recovery associated with improvements in the COVID-19 pandemic GasBuddy, the travel and navigation app used by more North American drivers to save money on gas,...

 

From the Archives for January 13, 2021

100 years ago January, 1911 At least three oil drilling rigs were expected to start operations on the Bowdoin dome in the spring. Directors of the First State Bank held their annual meeting...

 

Whitewater News & Opinion for January 13, 2021

For January 6 We are approaching January 1, 2021, a brand new year! Let’s hope and pray the virus ends, and 2021 will be better. Happy New Year to all! Again, Sympathy to all who have lost loved...

 
 By David Veseth    News    January 13, 2021

Construction News for January 13, 2021

One thing that I had the chance to do a week ago, was to see a crew taking down a grain elevator along US Highway 2. They took it down because it was falling down and unsafe. I brought some pictures...

 

Mustangs run past Panthers in Malta

The Malta Mustangs Basketball Team posted a dominant win in their season opener over Roundup last Saturday, January 9. After the game, senior co-captain Kooper Oxarart was asked how it felt to play a...

 

Lady Mavericks now off to 4-0 start

The North Country Lady Mavericks have started the season 4-0 after picking up wins over Glasgow, Scobey, and Dodson in consecutive nights last week. "It was a great weekend of basketball for the Lady...

 

Mavs, Coyotes, clash in Whitewater

The Dodson Coyotes and North Country Mavericks squared off in Whitewater last Saturday, January 9. The Coyotes were able to win the game 58-38, led by sophomore Julian Benson, who had 12 points....

 

Quit Your Way with the Montana Tobacco Quit Line

If you are currently using tobacco whether it be cigarettes, smokeless tobacco, e-cigarettes, or a combination of these and looking to quit, the Montana Tobacco Quit Line can help. With new and updated programs, you can quit your way by finding the...

 

Taylor Grazing Act

With an area of 1.1 million acres spanning approximately 125 miles along the Missouri River, Montana’s Charles M. Russell Wildlife Refuge (the CMR) is the second-largest wildlife refuge in the continental United States. The CMR was created...

 

Colts Win!

The Malta Colts defeated the Wolf Point Wolves 72-10 last Friday Night at the Malta High School Gymnasium. Pictured is Ivan Lefdahl going up for a layup. Photo by Pierre Bibbs....

 

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