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Legislative news from Sen. Mike Lang

Moving of bills has been slow. We are required by law to have the Senate bills referred to the House at the end of the 45th day, March 3rd. Committees and the floor sessions will be long for the next 10 days. Little fun on the floor today. The State...

 

PCN welcomes news writer to team

The Phillips County News proudly welcomed Iowa transplant Mark Foss to our staff on Monday, February, 22. "Mark will be joining our team as a newswriter and will even cover some sports from time to...

 

Legislative Update from House Speaker Pro Tem Casey Knudsen

We are less than two weeks away from Transmittal which is the halfway point of the legislative session, which is the time when all general House bills must be voted on and sent to the Senate and Senate bills to the House. Committees are quickly...

 

Schumacher Livestock Day

Twenty livestock producers were able to avoid frozen livestock waterers and got their chores done in time to hear from agriculture industry specialist. "With the cold weather I knew it was going to...

 

Loring News for January 1, 2021

As you know, the subzero temperatures broke last Thursday and now we are even above freezing! The wind is blowing up a Chinook I think! I said last week that my water was frozen at the pump, it got...

 
 By Eldora Henry    News    February 24, 2021

Dodson News for February 24, 2021

The weather has continued to be very cold, but finally, the last two days are showing some relief. Today was warm and windy, it took a lot of snow off, and tonight at 10:00 PM it is 41 degrees above....

 

Whitewater News & Opinion for February 24, 2021

“Get well” to Diana Simanton and Pat Anderson. Hello, here’s hoping everyone is well, and no one has the C-19 virus. Several I know have had shots. It’s basketball tournament time. Good luck...

 

My experiences with innovative insulation

I’ve always been suspicious of innovation, especially when it comes with a high price tag. When my wife paid $40 a few years ago for an insulated cup I was aghast. But when I found the cup sitting...

 

Are people really still arguing about politics?

Things have been weird this year. Some good. Some bad. Some odd. I will say. It seems that maybe to some extent, people have been nicer to each other. I think with the quarantines going on, people...

 

Patricia Scott Black

Patricia Scott Black went to heaven February 11, 2021 at Highgate Cottage in Billings, Montana. She was born in Dodson, Montana on May 26, 1937 to Palmer and Emma Scott. Pat graduated from Dodson Public Schools and attended Eastern Montana College....

 
 By Kari Hould    News    February 24, 2021

February is Patriotism Month

A month dedicated to celebrate and observe Patriotism! This seems like the appropriate time to share some of the recent projects in the workings within our schools. Each year the VFW sponsors a creative essay writing event, “The Patriot’s Pen...

 

P.E.O. Scholarship Awarded to O'Brien

Local P.E.O. organization, Chapter AK recently awarded Class of 2020 Malta High School graduate Jillian O'Brien with the Eaton-Hendrickson Scholarship in the amount of $700. Jillian is attending...

 

Briefly for February 24, 2021

Malta Senior Center BINGO is every Friday at 1:00 at the Malta Senior Center Malta Kiwanis 2-24-21. Malta Kiwanis will meet on Tuesday. March 2 at 6 p.m. at Westside Restaurant. New members are always welcome. PC Museum now closed 4-1-21. The...

 

Phillips County Sheriff's Report for Wednesday, February 24, 2021

FYI: If you are planning on using Trafton Park shelters for an event in the future, please contact the Malta City Office, 654-1251, to reserve the shelters, get the key and pay for the electricity. The Phillips Co Sheriff’s Office will no longer be...

 

From the Archives for February 24, 2021

10 years ago- Wednesday, February 23, 2011 Phillips County’s top speller crowned Justin Funk’s been here before. The Saco School eighth grader won the Phillips County Spelling Bee Tuesday...

 

Through with Chew Week!

Montana’s smokeless tobacco use prevalence (14%) for adult males is nearly twice as high as the national average. February 21-27 is “Through with Chew Week,” an entire week dedicated to educating Montanans about the health risks of smokeless...

 

Lady Mavericks win 3C District Title

For the second time in the team's history, the North Country Lady Mavericks (18-0) earned the District 3C Title last Saturday, February 22, in Malta. "They have worked hard, played very unselfishly...

 

Mavericks second at Boys 3C

The North Country Mavericks are headed to the Eastern C Divisional in Sidney. The Mavericks earned second place at the 2021 District 3C Tourney held this past weekend in Malta. The Mavericks...

 

Coyotes punch ticket to third straight Divisional

The Dodson Coyotes are heading to Sidney for the 2021 Eastern C Divisional. The team hopes to make history, qualifying for state for the first time since the 1960s. The Coyotes have made it to the Div...

 

M-ettes, Mustangs head into postseason as top seeds

The Malta Mustangs and M-ettes each ended the regular season as Conference Champions in their respective leagues. The M-ettes will head to Poplar for the 2B Girls District Tournament, while the...

 

Phillips County News Athlete of the Week: Loden Idler

Fave Hobby: Hunting. Dream Vehicle: 1974 Ford Pickup Fave Meal / Dessert: Cheeseburger / Apple Pie. Dream superpower: Speed, like the Flash. College you will be attending: I will be playing football... Full story

 
 By Mark Foss    Sports    February 24, 2021

Wrestlers head to Eastern BC

The Malta Mustangs Wrestling team had divided results in their two mixers last week, going 2-9 at Fergus on Tuesday, February 16, and then 14-13 in the two-day mixer at Choteau last weekend, for their final prep match of the regular season. The Musta...

 

Season ends for Lady Coyotes

The season ended last Saturday night in the 2021 District 3C consolation finals Dodson Lady Coyotes in Malta, as the team fell 51-49 to the Lustre Christian Lady Lions. The Lady Coyotes defeated the...

 

Legal Ads for February 24, 2021

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Classifieds for February 24, 2021

FOR SALE Jacuzzi Pumps, Water Softeners & Water Softener Salt. Call Farmers & Ranchers 654-1412 - - - -- - - - - - - HELP WANTED Malta School District Job Announcement Position: High School Custodian Contact: Matt Genger [email protected]

 

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