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Articles from the January 24, 2018 edition

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 By Mark Hebert    News    January 24, 2018

Knudsen files for re-election in HD 33

Montana State Rep. Casey Knudsen, R-Malta, knew all along that once his freshman session in the House was up that he was going to be filing for re-election as soon as we was able to. "I was ready to...

 
 By Mark Hebert    News    January 24, 2018

Candidates file for commissioner, sheriff and more in Phillips County

Phillips County Sheriff Scott Moran will conclude a 20-year career in law enforcement when his current term as sheriff expires following November's elections. The news of Sheriff Moran's retirement comes following the first day for potential...

 

Coyotes finally able to hold Christmas concert

Everything from rough road conditions to busted water pipes in the Town of Dodson delayed the 2017 Dodson School Christmas Concert. Delayed, but not dismayed. As the students at Dodson spent...

 

American Legion Auxiliary seek scholarship applicants

Montana’s American Legion Auxiliary Girls State Program will be celebrating it’s 70th year this coming June on the campus of Carroll College in Helena. Girls in high schools in Phillips County who have completed their Junior year are eligible to...

 
 By Ann Sautter    News    January 24, 2018

Malta Chamber honors Young, Demarais as People of Interest

The Malta Chamber of Commerce recently selected Sonia Young and Frances Demarais as People of Interest for their work in the Community. Sonia Young Sonia Young gracefully demonstrates what it means a...

 

District Honor Band, Choir line-up for MHS

Malta High School Honor Band and Choir will perform at the District District Honor Band and Choir in Glasgow on Monday, January 29 at the Glasgow High School Gym starting at 6:30 p.m. The MHS District Honor Band participants are: Flute Bella Mackey -...

 

Christmas Scrip loans up by six-percent following holidays

Phillips County residents kept $281,770.00 of their dollars local this holiday season by participating in the Christmas Scrip program. This year's overall totals were up about 6% from 2016. Going strong for over 30 years, Christmas Scrip continues...

 

Do you think you will ever learn anything?

Dear Editor, Memories, memories. Allow me to share a few with you. In the tiny town of Saco, I was walking down the sidewalk when I noticed a young, beautiful, well dressed, slender lady. I inquired at the grocery store and was told “oh, she’s...

 

Very grateful for story on Edwards and McLellan building

Dear Editor, The Wednesday, January 3, edition of the PC News surely brought back some family history and memories for me. It was wonderful to read that Scott and Gina Simanton have opened their new business on Front Street, in a totally refurbished...

 

Home sweet home

It’s always good to get back home to Montana. I can’t understand why anyone would want to live anywhere else. Sure, it was -22 the morning after we got back from Seattle, but it was a dry cold....

 

Isn't that nice?

PJ has never been a cuddler. Maybe I had been holding him wrong. When you think of a baby, you think of a small human that wants to be held every day. Or at least that has been my interpretation. That...

 

James Edward Maxie

James Edward Maxie, 91, retired Border Patrolman and Phillips County Undersheriff, passed away Monday, January 15, 2018, at the Hi-Line Retirement Center in Malta, of natural causes. A family prayer...

 

H. Keith Stine

Malta, Mont - H. Keith Stine, 95, Veteran, died Thursday, January 11, 2018, of natural causes. Cremation has taken place. Memorial services with full military honors will be held in the spring. Condolences for the family may be left at...

 

Lorraine Rose Hopkins

Lorraine Rose Hopkins (86) of Boise, Idaho died at her home, surrounded by her loving family on Friday, January 12, 2018. Lorraine was born on May 17, 1931 in Malta, Mont., to Addie and Herman Primeau. She graduated from Malta High School in 1949. Sh...

 

Christina "Tina" Ellen Marks

Christina "Tina" Ellen Marks died January 18, 2018, at the Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow, Mont., surrounded by family. She had been diagnosed with Leukemia two days earlier. Mom had been feeling tough for a while, but she resisted...

 

Robby Kim Frazier

Robby Kim Frazier age 63, passed away on December 29, 2017, at his home in Parowan, Utah. Robby was born on July 6, 1954, to Milo and LaDonna Moe Frazier in Wolf Point, Mont. Robby was a hard worker and loved the outdoors. He enjoyed hunting,...

 

Briefly for January 24, 2018

Malta Senior Meals Thursday, Jan 25 - Ham dinner Friday, Jan 25th - Hot turkey Tuesday, Jan 30th - Meatballs Do you have a birthday in January? Be sure to sign up for a 10 meal certificate for January when you sign in for dinner. You could be the...

 
 By Eldora Henry    News    January 24, 2018

Dodson News for January 24, 2018

Good to see Mark is back and working --take care and best of luck to you. Friday made it up to the 40s temperature wise and hopes for spring brought smiles to everyone's faces but days since have...

 
 By Helen Austin    News    January 24, 2018

Whitewater News and Opinion for January 24, 2018

Meeting at the Lutheran Church on Friday for a workday of Quilting by the Border were Sue Olson, Dawn Stenvick, Rena Math, Lu Besel, Carol Lunsden, Susie Higgins and Rhonda Bergtol. The club will...

 

Loring News for January 24, 2018

We have been blessed with one of those weeks in January when the skies are clear cerulean blue, a slight 10 mph breeze, temps above zero or even above freezing! Yes, we have had a reprieve from the...

 

Card News

Whist On Tuesday, January 16, Nina Jones tallied 52 to take first place, six points better than Jerry Dupte’s 46 good for second. The traveling prize on the day was awarded to Clarence Blunt. Pinochle On Thursday, January 18, Nina Jones earned a...

 

Assistance available to agricultural producers through Stewardship Program

Agricultural producers wanting to enhance current conservation efforts are encouraged to apply for the Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP). Through CSP, USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) helps private landowners build their...

 

Memories for January 24, 2018

100 years ago January 31, 1918 Clarence Cosner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cosner, arrived safely in France with a company of U.S. Army Engineers. ### Professor McDowell was reelected head of Malta...

 

The First State Bank holds 115th Annual Stockholders Meeting

President Robert Galt addressed stockholders Tuesday night at The First State Bank of Malta's 115th Stockholder's Banquet. Galt thanked the owner and staff of the Tin Cup for the use of their...

 

Kiwanis honor BUG students in Malta

Local Kiwanis members with 4th and 5th grade BUG students....

 

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