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Articles from the May 4, 2022 edition


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  • Bank of Malta Holds 50 Year Open House

    Mark Foss, PCN Staff|May 4, 2022

    On Thursday, April 28, the Bank of Malta celebrated 50 years of service to the Malta community with an open house. Cake, cookies, and punch were served to a very well attended celebration. The bank also celebrated many of the longtime employees and those that were there at the beginning. The Bank of Malta, originally called First Security Bank, held its grand opening on Friday, April 21, 1972. Over those 50 years, there have been many different employees that have come and gone. One employee, Ch...

  • Governor Gianforte visits Malta as a part of his 56 County tour

    Pierre Bibbs, Publisher|May 4, 2022

    Montana Governor Greg Gianforte made a few stops around the City of Malta last Friday, April 29, as a part of his 56 county tour around the state of Montana. "It is great to be back up here on the Hi-Line, back in Phillips County, and this is one of my favorite spots," Gov. Gianforte told the PCN. The governor's visit was highlighted by a breakfast at Northwest Realty & Auction featuring business owners from Phillips County, many of which came back home to raise their families. It also featured...

  • Pekovitch joins O'Brien and Amestoy

    May 4, 2022

    Dan O'Brien and Edward Amestoy are pleased to announce that Lee Ann Pekovitch has joined their law firm as an associate attorney. Lee Ann was born and raised in Malta, MT. Lee Ann received her undergraduate degrees in Chemistry and Criminal justice,along with her Master's degree in Criminology at Minot State University. Following her education, Lee Ann worked in law enforcement in Montana, spending the last four years as a detective with the Lewis and Clark County Sheriff's Office. Lee Ann...

  • City Council Approves Hometown Heroes Banners

    Mark Foss, PCN Staff|May 4, 2022

    During the latest Malta City Council meeting on April 26, Delsi and Eric Witmer asked the council for permission to hang Hometown Hero Banners on the light poles around town. The couple will be taking orders for the banners soon. “When we lived back east, many towns had Hometown Hero signs all over. It looked really neat," said Delsi. “We thought it would be a cool idea for Malta to do it.” Families would be able to buy a banner for a family member that was in the military services. The couple says they have been in touch with the compa...

  • Whitewater News & Opinion for Wednesday, May 4, 2022

    Helen Austin, PCN Correspondent|May 4, 2022

    Sympathy to all poor people who are affected by war. Pray for peace. Sympathy to the family and friends of Dan Boatman of Arizona. Dan was Lois (Berg) Boatman’s son. He lived in Whitewater and Malta until recently. “Get well” to Wanda (now of Chinook). Wanda is Marlene (Allery) Doney’s granddaughter. They spent most summers on the Allery farm near Whitewater. A “shout out” to Fred Allery Sr. who is now in the Hi-Line Apts. Fred has lived on his farm near Whitewater most of his life. He was a Vet...

  • Loring News for Wednesday, May 4, 2022

    Dixie Stordahl, PCN Correspondent|May 4, 2022

    Happy May Day! Did any of you get flowers at your door? Did you catch your secret May Day deliverer? That used to be the funnest little race not to get caught! The gopher shoot was this weekend! Kenny Clark reported that 6459 critters were executed today! Twenty two person teams entered the contest and I’m sure everyone had fun! Alan Snider and Hoyt Mahon won with the most kills. Second place was Layne Engel and Tyler Anthony, with third place going to Jalen Lamb and Tyson Dowell. I’m in Bil...

  • Dodson News for Wednesday, May 4, 2022

    Eldora Henry, PCN Correspondent|May 4, 2022

    We had heavy rain on Tuesday night and there were puddles in all the low places on Wednesday morning. A little drop in temperature sure made a difference in the color of the lawns; greener everywhere. There was a light rain on Wednesday night and again on Friday night. That should help with the dryness some. The town held a public meeting on Thursday along with Bearpaw and Great West Engineering to talk about the replacement of some of the water mains in town. Funding with different grants etc....

  • The Rock Creek Library is nearly complete

    Parker Heinlein, Outdoors Columnist|May 4, 2022

    During a meeting of our cabin owners association last fall it was suggested that one of those little free libraries would be a good addition to the community. A board member immediately spoke up and asked if anyone actually read books anymore? It was a telling question. Books are apparently passé to a growing number of folks in this country who often equate book learnin’ to liberal thinkin’ and we don’t want none of that. But after a bit of discussion it was decided that a free library might...

  • Meeting the Pastor at Little White Church and Saco Methodist

    Pierre Bibbs, Publisher|May 4, 2022

    For the past six months, members of Little White Church (LWC) in Malta and Saco Methodist Church (SMC) have been led by a new pastor for the first time in 28 years. On November 20, 2021, LWC and SMC welcomed Pastor Steve Anderson, his wife of 15 years Leslie Anderson, and their 14-year-old son Ehren, from Bergholz, Ohio. Pastor Steve now stands at the pulpit where former Pastor Kent Gordon had preached for 28 years with his wife Sue Gordon alongside. The Gordons still attend services at LWC....

  • Tickets Now on Sale as Fort Peck Summer Theatre Announces 2022 Season

    May 4, 2022

    Artistic Director Andy Meyers, returning for his 12th season, is happy to be moving full steam ahead with plans for the 2022 Fort Peck Summer Theatre season. Following last season’s popular rep style schedule, the season will feature a mix of rotating performances. Forever Plaid (June 3 – July 2) This popular and affectionate musical homage to the close-harmony 'guy groups' that reached the height of their popularity during the 1950s, follows a quartet of high-school chums in their cherry red ’54 Mercury, and their earnest dreams of recor...

  • Briefly for Wednesday, May 4, 2022

    May 4, 2022

    Malta Senior Center BINGO is every Friday at 1:00 at the Malta Senior Center American Legion Auxiliary Poppies 5-22. The American Legion Auxiliary will be distributing Poppies in May. Your donation is appreciated. Malta American Legion Auxiliary Meeting 5-5-22. Malta American Legion Auxiliary will hold its regular monthly meeting on May 5, 2022, at 6 p.m at the VFW Club. All members please attend. Installation of new officers. Malta Dirt Daubers 5-9-22. Malta Dirt Daubers will hold their bulb and plant auction on Monday, May 9, at 5:30 p.m....

  • Memories for May 4, 2022

    Compiled by Mark Foss|May 4, 2022

    1 years ago- Wednesday, May 2, 2012 Tallow Creek closing back before the board The Malta School Board will meet in a special session tonight (May 2) to consider a motion to close the Tallow Creek School. The school board currently has a motion before it to close the last rural school in south Phillips County, but has tabled it twice to gather additional information. Supt. Kris Kuehn told the PCN the current school board has been dealing with the issue for several years and he feels they should have the opportunity to act before the May 8...

  • P.C. Livestock Association Meeting on May 13

    Marko Manoukian, P. C. Extension Agent|May 4, 2022

    The Phillips County Livestock Association will be holding its spring meeting on May 13 at 2 pm at the First State Bank. One of the agenda items will be the formation of a Predator District. With several producers having calving issues with coyotes and a recent sighting of wolves in January of 2022, predators will be continuing to take a bite out of livestock profits. Also, invited speakers include Stockgrowers, Public Lands Council, State Legislature, Commissioners, and the local BLM. The...

  • P.C. Track Teams at Cal Wearley Memorial

    Pierre Bibbs, Publisher|May 4, 2022

    Last Tuesday, April 26, Northstar High School hosted the long-awaited Cal Wearley Memorial track meet in Havre, a meet that was originally scheduled to happen on April 6, but was rescheduled due to weather. At the Cal Wearley meet, all four Phillips County Schools were present including Dodson, Malta, Saco, and Whitewater. The Saco girls placed the highest amongst the teams in the Girls Varsity Meet by taking second place, while the Mustangs were third in the boys' meet. The Glasgow girls team...

  • Full Track Results For High School Teams

    May 4, 2022

    Fairfield State Preview @ Great Falls - Malta Varsity on Saturday, April 30 Men's Results 100 Meters Varsity: 27. Kyle Darrington 12.45a MAL, 55. Ivan Lefdahl 13.04a PR MAL 200 Meters Varsity: 9. Kyle Darrington 24.55a PR MAL, 27. Ivan Lefdahl 25.68a PR MAL, 400 Meters Varsity: 8. Kyle Darrington 54.69a PR MAL, 41. Taylin Johannesen 1:02.15a PR MAL, 1600 Meters Varsity - Finals 21. Jon Siewing 5:18.96a PR MAL, 23. Seth Siewing 5:21.65a PR MAL 110m Hurdles - 39" Varsity: 27. Connor Tuss 21.22a MAL, 300m Hurdles - 36" Varsity: 24. Connor Tuss...

  • Malta Golf Teams in Full Swing

    Mark Foss, PCN Staff|May 4, 2022

    Both the Mustangs and M-ettes golf teams had a busy week last week with three golf meets attended and one canceled. On Monday, April 25, the teams were in Fort Benton. The M-ettes took the team title with a score of 446, and Conrad took second with a score of 475. The M'ettes were led by Sydney Gibbs who shot a 105, good for fourth place overall. Kyann Bergos shot a 110 for sixth place, Brittney Sorlie was right behind with a 112 in seventh place, and Kennedy Koss shot a 115 for eighth place....

  • Stiles named MVP for Lady Griz

    May 4, 2022

  • Classifieds for Wednesday, May 4, 2022

    May 4, 2022

    Great Plains Dinosaur Museum HELP NEEDED ASAP! Duties: greet visitors, gift store sales, other museum activities. Hours: Mon-Sat 7 1/2 hrs., Sun 5 hrs. (40 hours easily available.) Salary: DOE or $9.50 hr. Contact: 406 390-2288 or 406 390-3052. ----------------------------------------------- P. C. Museum PT Staff Member Contact: Lori Taylor [email protected] Telephone 406-654-1037 Deadline: Until Filled Salary: DOE Hours (at least) 2 full days a week No experience needed, will train. Computer and social media skills a plus. Job benefits...

  • Legals for Wednesday, May 4, 2022

    May 4, 2022

    DAN O'BRIEN, Cole, Amestoy & O’Brien, PLLP 113 South 2nd Street West P.O. Box 1280 Malta, Montana 59538 Phone: (406) 654-2541 Attorney for Personal Representative Montana 17th Judicial District Court, Phillips County IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Probate No DP-2022-08 LEWELLYN JANE MCNAMARA NOTICE TO CREDITORS Deceased NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed Personal Representative of the above named estate. All persons having claims against the said deceased are required to present their claims within four months after...

  • Legals for Wednesday, May 4, 2022

    May 4, 2022

    DAN O'BRIEN, Cole, Amestoy & O’Brien, PLLP 113 South 2nd Street West P.O. Box 1280 Malta, Montana 59538 Phone: (406) 654-2541 Attorney for Personal Representative Montana 17th Judicial District Court, Phillips County IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Probate No. DP-2022-10 SANDRA B. WORF, NOTICE TO CREDITORS Deceased NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed Personal Representative of the above named estate. All persons having claims against the said deceased are required to present their claims within four months after the d...

  • Legals for Wednesday, May 4, 2022

    May 4, 2022

    REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS The County of Phillips has been awarded a federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) in the amount of $30,000 by the Montana Department of Commerce (DOC) to help finance the update of the Growth Policy for the County of Phillips and a feasibility study for the Malta Business & Industry Development District (MBIDD) Property. It is expected that the Growth Policy and Feasibility Study will be finalized and adopted by the County on or before September 30, 2022. Contingent upon this award, the County of Phillips is...

  • MHS Instrumental Results from the 2022 District Music Festival

    May 4, 2022

    The following are results for Malta High School Instrumental Entries from the 2022 District Music Festival held at Wolf Point High School which started on Friday, April 22, to Saturday, April 23. Name, Solo/duet, Rating, Title, Accompanist are all as follows: Mady Bain, Solo, I, Sonata Nr. 2 - 2nd Mvt. - Brahms, Accompanied by Jenny Oxarart. Ashlynn Morser, Solo, I, Allegretto - Godard, Oxarart. Isaac Helms, Solo, I, Sicilienne and Gigue -Handel, Oxaxarart. Braydon Rhoads, Solo, II, Marche...

  • MHS Choir District Music Festival Results

    May 4, 2022

    The Malta High School Choir had a very successful weekend at District Music Festival in Wolf Point April 22nd and 23rd. The full choir performed on Friday, and received I’s, or Superior, ratings from both adjudicators. They also did a great job on the sight reading portion of the adjudication. They performed two pieces, and were accompanied by Jenny Oxarart. The following are the solos, duets and ensembles that performed. Those that received a I rating will be advancing on the State Music Festival held in Billings May 6th and 7th at West H...

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