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 By Mark Hebert    News    January 30, 2019

County Spelling Bee Contestants decided

Saco The County of Phillips was buzzing with spelling bees last week as Dodson, Malta, Whitewater, and Saco all held school events in preparation for the County Spelling to be held in Malta on...

 
 By Mark Hebert    News    January 30, 2019

Rodeo school bucks through Malta

Nearly 60-students showed up early Saturday morning to the Milk River Pavilion in Malta to take part in Rodeo Hall of Fame’s Tom Reeves free bronc-riding class, coming from as far away as Oregon...

 
 By Mark Hebert    News    January 30, 2019

Malta City Council recap

If you are up to money business, you aren't going to want to try it at the Malta City Hall anymore. During last week's Malta City Council Meeting, City Clerk Lori Bond reported that the recently...

 

Legislative Roundup:Montana lawmakers debate infrastructure funding, DUI penalties and vaccine exemption

HELENA — Lawmakers in Helena are beginning discussions on how to build and maintain the state’s infrastructure, including roads, bridges, wastewater systems and state buildings. Again, the debate will come down to which projects get funding and w...

 
 By Mark Hebert    News    January 30, 2019

Yesterday's Phillips County News Memories for January 30, 2019

100 years ago January 25, 1919 A farmers institute was to be held in Malta on Feb. 24, with M. L. Wilson, of the state extension service, to be the principal speaker. ♦♦♦ The Malta Mercantile co...

 
 By Marc Kloker    News    January 30, 2019

St. Mary group tries to trigger $10 million bond authority

The St. Mary Rehabilitation Working Group (SMRWG) met on January 16 in Havre to discuss the repairing of the 100-year-old facility. The SMRWG discussed the upcoming legislative session. Right now, the state is short of funding. In the past, the Coal...

 
 By Eldora Henry    News    January 30, 2019

Dodson News for January 30, 2019

We have had a couple days of our "old time January Chinook" so have water and slushy snow standing in our low places and holes. Then on Sunday morning it was raining — can't quite make up its mind...

 

Loring News for January 30, 2018

Strange weather for January! Rain for a good part of the day with temps in the 40's. Then the wind started blowing and goodness sakes! If it wasn't tied down, look for it in Whitewater or North...

 

If it were based on Science

Among the many bills to be considered during this legislative session is one that would require decisions related to fish and game be based solely on facts and science. HB 161, sponsored by Brad...

 

Flu Vaccines for the Elderly Population Living in Rural Areas

Living in a rural area can be a godsend when it comes to living a simplistic life. However, when it comes to your health and wellness living in a rural area such as Malta, Montana can be difficult. Most rural areas have a limited number of medical...

 

My new favorite hobby

I get into some weird hobbies sometimes. Roasting my own coffee beans is one of those weird things that I enjoy to do nowadays. I am not the only one. Most people just drink coffee no matter the...

 

Free Workshops in February from Malta Area Chamber of Commerce and Triangle Communications

Four separate workshops will be offered in Malta for individuals and business entities to learn more about technology as follows: Bring Your Own Gadget- Tuesday, February 5th from 5:00 to 7:00 PM at the Malta Business Center. Participants will...

 

Whitewater News and Opinion for January 30, 2019

The Government Shutdown has made people aware of our low-income people. That part is good. Get well wishes to Bill Jesson and Lyn Simonson of Whitewater. Also, to my sister Janet Brown of Billings, Mont. Happy birthday again to all January...

 

Briefly for January 30, 2019

Malta Senior Meals Thursday, Jan 31st - Ham dinner Friday, Feb 1st - Stuffed cabbage Tuesday, Feb 5th - Meatloaf Alzheimer's Meeting Monthly: Alzheimer's Meeting every second Tuesday of the month at Hi-Line Retirement Center dining room at 7:30 p.m....

 

PHILLIPS COUNTY SHERIFF NEWS LOG for January 30, 2019

NOTICE TO NEW CONCEALED WEAPON PERMIT APPLICANTS: The Phillips County Sheriff’s Office will no longer be providing Concealed Weapon Permit classes. When you pick up the application, you will see the legal requirements necessary to obtain a...

 

Dodson Students of the Month

Dodson Public Schools recently announced their Students of the Month for December, highlighting the achievements of 14 Coyotes. The students, listed by grade, are the following. Kindergarten: Delshay Baker is a very hard worker. Delshay always gets r...

 

Classified Ads for January 23, 2019

HELP WANTED TELLER POSITION The First State Bank is accepting applications for the position of teller. Full time employment with benefits including Medical, Dental & vision insurance. PTO and pension plan. Stop in and talk to Terry Skones. We are an...

 

Legal Ads for January 30, 2019

NOTICE OF ACCEPTING BIDS The City of Malta will be accepting bids for the lease of city owned properties for grazing and pasturage. Bids must be submitted in a sealed envelope, marked “lease bid”. All bids must be received in the city office by...

 

Coyotes pick up wins over Nashua, Turner

The Dodson Coyotes made short-work of Turner and Nashua last weekend, bringing them to an 8-3 record. The team will take on some tough competition this week as they are slated for three games. The...

 

Mavs defeat Porkies

The North Country Mavericks posted a dominant win over the Nashua Porcupines on Friday, January 25. “We went to Nashua and it was actually the best we had played all year early in the game and then...

 

Mustangs lose to Wolves, Ponies

The Malta Mustangs lost a pair of games last week, falling to the Wolf Point Wolves and Havre Blue Ponies for the second time this season. This week, the Mustangs will have another chance to even the...

 

M-ettes to face Rocky Boy, Roundup

The Malta M-ettes lost a pair of games last weekend to a couple of teams that are looking to return to state. Malta was defeated by Wolf Point on Thursday, January 24, in Malta and then by Havre in...

 

Malta looking for third consecutive Northern trophy

The Malta-Whitewater Mustangs hosted the last regular season action for many schools present at the 2019 Malta Athletic Club Wrestling Invitational last Saturday, January 26. The team also held their...

 

Henry drops 41 in loss to Turner

The Dodson Lady Coyotes lost to the Turner Tornadoes on Friday, January 25, despite a 41 point effort from Lady Coyote Kailee Henry. The mark was two points shy of her older sister Janessa Henry’s mark set on Tuesday, February 3, 2015. The...

 

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