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Strength in Numbers

SESSION I Tot 42-46: Fletcher Spencer's place is 1st and has scored 10.0 team points. Round 1 - Fletcher Spencer (Mustang Wrestling Club) won by decision over Royce Duncan (Miles City Wrestling Club...

 
 By Pierre Bibbs    News    February 10, 2021

Merchants talk 2020 Holiday season; Season wasn't hampered due to COVID

That was concerning! But things went well for Malta Merchants in December. A couple of weeks ago, the PCN was alerted that the 2020 Christmas Holiday season featured less Malta Chamber Christmas...

 

Senator Mike Lang gives his report for Montana SD 17

February 8th was the 26th day of the 67th Montana legislature. Montana law says that we can meet for 90 days and must approve a balanced budget. Thanks to all of you who have reached out with phone calls or emails. I appreciate your input and will vo...

 

Montana House Speaker Knudsen introduces two new bills

I am excited to report that two of the first bills to reach Governor Gianforte’s desk will open our state’s economy and strengthen the 2nd Amendment rights of Montanans. Senate Bill 65 to limit COVID-19 liability and House Bill 102 to allow...

 

Mustang Foundation announces new scholarships

It is with great pleasure that the Mustang Foundation will be the recipient of four scholarships from the Late Dr. Michael Veseth and Rosemary Veseth. These scholarships will be worth $1,000.00 each and will be awarded each year over the next five ye...

 

Loring News for February 10, 2021

Just for your information, winter arrived with a mean force! Not much snow here in Loring, but the negative highs are enough! Looking on the bright side, winter shouldn't last longer than a couple of...

 
 By Eldora Henry    News    February 10, 2021

Dodson News for February 10, 2021

If we thought it was cold before, we were in for a big surprise. It is cold----all over Montana and it's February!!! Our thoughts should be looking forward to sunshine and warmer temps, at least in...

 
 By Pat Murdock    News    February 10, 2021

North Country News for February 10, 2021

Those attending the recent Murdock - Welsh wedding in Malta on January 23 were Hector Murdock's grandmother, Pat Murdock, his uncle and aunt, Jim Jr and Nancy Murdock, his great aunt, Ree Simonson, his cousins, Lacey and Jason Beil and son, Ridge,...

 

Whitewater News & Opinion for February 10, 2021

Sympathy and prayers to Lou Bruckner, and friends and family, on the loss of her husband Glenn. Also, on the loss of her son, Dale, who passed about a week before his dad. Very sad. “Get well,...

 

Senior News for February 10, 2021

The members of Malta Senior Center are planning a St. Paddy’s soup dinner in March if circumstances allow. The center hasn’t had a dinner since last March when it hosted the Corned Beef and Cabbage dinner amid a spring snow storm. It was...

 

Disappointed in "a woeful attack against science and reason"

I was disappointed to see Casey Knudsen side with Democrat colleagues to vote against HB113, which would have protected Montana children from genital mutilation and hormone-blocking drugs for the sake of treating “gender dysphoria.” Studies...

 

Phil, why did you let me down?

 I don’t put much stock in old wives tales and the like, choosing science over myth when given a choice. Unless, of course, it suits me. And an early spring always suits me. That’s why, on the...

 

Gladys "Hap" Dudik

Gladys “Hap” Dudik (94) passed away in Silverdale, WA, on January 12, 2021. Born on February 11, 1926, she was raised in Malta, MT. Hap graduated from Montana State University in Bozeman. While teaching in Polson, friends introduced her to... Full story

 

Your Boots on the Hill: Ranchers show strong support for Veterinary Diagnostic Lab funding

The tide is about to turn in relation to bill volume as we enter the second month of the 2021 Montana Legislative Session. In the first week in February, only 550 of the 3,337 bill draft titles were introduced. It’s likely that many of the bill...

 

Briefly for February 10, 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...

 

Phillips County Sheriff's Report for Wednesday, February 10, 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. If you are planning on using...

 

From the Archives for February 10, 2021

10 years ago- Wednesday, February 9, 2011 Malta siren dispute steps closer to court? The Dispute over Malta’s siren which sounds briefly every night at 9:30 p.m. is a step closer to a court date. Malta City clerk- Treasurer Carolyn Schmoeckel...

 

Students receive QPR Training at Dodson School

On January 13th, Dodson Public School trained 44 students in a suicide prevention program called QPR or Question, Persuade, Refer. Reserve Deputy Sheriff for Roosevelt County, Frederick Lee, drove from Laurel, Mont., to Dodson, Mont., to train these...

 
 By Pierre Bibbs    News    February 10, 2021

Malta, Rocky Boy ends with time left

The Malta Mustangs Basketball team went 2-1 last week, defeating the Rocky Boy Northern Stars in a game that ended with controversy and with 4 minutes and 32 seconds left in regulation last Tuesday,...

 

M-ettes pick up two wins and a loss

The Malta M-ettes basketball team posted a dominant 73-16 win over the Rocky Boy Northern Stars on Tuesday, February 2, but would split games later in the week. The team defeated Froid-Lake 48-39 in...

 

Coyotes defeat Mavs behind late buckets by Jaynes

The Dodson Coyotes and North Country Mavericks met up in Dodson last Thursday, February 4. Those in attendance at the Coyote Den witnessed a 57-52 nail-biter, as the hometown Coyotes won. "I knew...

 

Lady Mavs 13-0, defeat Dodson, Scobey, Glasgow

The North Country Lady Mavericks are currently 13-0 after defeating the Dodson Lady Coyotes last Thursday, the Glasgow Lady Scotties last Friday, and the Scobey Lady Spartans last Saturday. The...

 

Phillips County News Athlete of the Week: Colt French

Fave Hobby: Hunting. Dream Career: Rancher. Fave meal / Dessert: Prime Rib / Banana Split. Dream Vehicle: Dodge Challenger. Fave Subject in School: Government. Dream Vacation: Hawaii. Fave Movie:...

 
 By Montana FWP    News    February 10, 2021

Fish and Wildlife Commission Extends Late Season Elk Hunt in HD 580

During a special meeting held Feb. 8, the Montana Fish & Wildlife Commission extended the late elk season in hunting district 580. The season will be open through Feb. 15 and is for antlerless elk off National Forest Lands. The meeting was held in...

 

Legal Ads for February 10, 2021

PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE FOR CAPITAL ASSISTANCE This is to notify all interested parties that PHILLIPS TRANSIT AUTHORITY is applying for $55,000.00 through the Capital Assistance Grant. The Capital Assistance Grant is funded by the Federal...

 

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