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Articles from the May 18, 2016 edition

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 By Dixie Stordahl    News    May 18, 2016

Whitewater and Dodson honor Senior Graduates

Whitewater High School Graduation Friends and relatives flooded into the WHS gymnasium from all over the United States to celebrate with the graduating class of six. Of the six only two were born and...

 By Mark Hebert    News    May 18, 2016

The curious case of Old Glory

For at least the past 57 years, an incorrect version of the American Flag has been displayed in the district courtroom in the Phillips County Courthouse. It was the keen-eye of VFW Buster DEO Post...

 By Mark Hebert    News    May 18, 2016

Dodson's Terri Cole earns 'Cape & Tiara'

The night before Dodson's Terri Cole was to participate in the 35th Annual Montana Women's Run in Billings, she attended the event's Kick-off dinner, both of which she has attended each year since...


Carney, Manoukian both MHS '16 Valedictorians

Malta High School seniors Tyson Carney and Marley Manoukian have been chosen as Valedictorians of the Graduating Class of 2016. Carney earned a 4.041 GPA in his high school career and plans to attend...


The National Mammal

Reaction to the bison being named our national mammal has been underwhelming, to say the least. Especially around these parts. White folks up here don’t much care for the critters. Some would even...

 By Casey Knudsen    Opinion    May 18, 2016

Knudsen will continue clean campaign, despite tasteless mailer

When I began my campaign for the Montana House of Representatives District 33 I planned on running a clean campaign, because if I have learned one thing growing up on the Hi-Line, it is that a man’s handshake is his word. My opponent and I agreed... Full story

 By Sean Gerrity    Opinion    May 18, 2016

American Prairie Reserve's plans for the PN Ranch

American Prairie Reserve recently acquired the historic PN Ranch north of Winifred. Over time we look forward to making this nearly 50,000-acre property (combined private and leased public acres) available to the public for camping, fishing,...

 By Mark Hebert    Opinion    May 18, 2016

Make them last forever-ish

Hello boys and girls, ladies and gents, pets and relatives we own, but don’t enjoy. Gather around the campfire and let ol’ Uncle Mark tell you a story about preserving your memories. Remember back in the good old days of photography when cameras...

 By Pierre Bibbs    Opinion    May 18, 2016

Issues with lighting

When buying our house there were a lot of details I didn’t pay extremely close attention to. Over time I’ve come to find simple things have enhanced our experience living there. One of these...

 By Eldora Henry    News    May 18, 2016

Dodson News for May 17, 2016

Nominated by her kids, Terri Cole won the runner-up Cloak and Tiara award at the Women’s Run in Billings. Terri won second in her age group at the event in Billings on two Saturday’s ago. It...

 By Dixie Stordahl    News    May 18, 2016

Loring News for May 18, 2016

You have never seen orange until you have seen an oriole fly into your trees! There is nothing like the orange with the black setting it off! I put my grape jelly feeders out right away! We received...

 By Zora Holt    News    May 18, 2016

Tallow Creek News for the week of May 18, 2016

I went to Czech for three months. I left in January, and came home in April. My parents took me to Prague, the capital city. There were beautiful buildings with carved sculptures on them. We saw a gold man, a bronze man, and a silver man. We met...

 By Cary Woodruff    News    May 18, 2016

GPDM News for week of May 18, 2016

Hello Malta and Phillips County! I'm Cary Woodruff, and I am the new paleontologist at the Great Plains Dinosaur Museum. I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself and to thank everyone for such a...

 By Helen Austin    News    May 18, 2016

Whitewater News for May 18, 2016

Get well wishes to Mike Frietag who was injured in an accident. “Ain’t it good to be back home again in Whitewater.” I’m home! Congratulations to Amelia (Amy) Sanguin (former WHS grad) on...


Briefly for the week of May 18, 2016

Malta Senior Meals Thursday, May 19th - Pulled Pork Friday, May 20th - Fish n Chips Tuesday, May 24th - Sweet n Sour Chicken Have a May birthday - please let us know when you sign in for dinner. Grace Fellowship Summer Hours Grace Fellowship... Full story

 By Havre Daily News    News    May 18, 2016

Dodson's Buddy and Sheila Walsh win Good Neighbor conservation award

A perfect example of cooperation, community spirit and good stewardship are this year's winners of the Montana Neighbor Award presented by The Nature Conservancy, including ranchers Buddy and Sheila Walsh of Dodson. Founding members of the The Nature...


APR purchases historic PN Ranch

American Prairie Reserve is proud to announce the purchase of the historic PN Ranch, a nearly 50,000-acre expanse of crucial wildlife habitat north of Lewistown, Montana. The organization’s 25th land deal brings the total number of deeded and...

 By Mark Hebert    News    May 18, 2016

Memories for the Week of May 18, 2016

100 years ago May 18, 1916 Slipped one over Last fall, Joe Brown purchased a number of trees for spring planting and hired a man to bury them in the ground until spring, when they would be taken up...

 By Brandon Nicholson    News    May 18, 2016

Spotlight for the week of May 18, 2015

Karen Rosendahl/Becky Green/ Karen Sisco - Retiring staff at MHS Secretary/Cook/Tutor 1. What will you enjoy most about retirement? 2. How do you plan to spend your summer? 3. Dream Vacation? 4. What...

 By Brandon Nicholson    News    May 18, 2016

Grapevine for the week of May 18, 2016

Grapevine questions for this week were answered by citizens of Dodson and Malta. Question A: What is your least favorite thing about a rainy day? Question B: What is the best food for a rainy day?...

 By Lori Taylor    News    May 18, 2016

P.C. Museum news for week of May 18, 2016

May and Graduations seem to go hand in hand. Congratulations to the seniors of Phillips County. Doors at the museum have been swinging open and shut with schools from near and far. Introducing kindergarten classes to “Elvis” and Kid Curry has...


Card News for May 18, 2016

Hi-Line Whist On Friday, May 13, Agnes and Clara defeated Curt and Pearl in three straight games, 14-7, 13-7 and 14-6 for a clean sweep in card action. “We were working really hard,” Pearl reports of getting skunked, “but they worked harder...

 By Brandon Nicholson    News    May 18, 2016

New fogger for Town of Dodson

The City of Dodson recently purchased a new fogger that was installed last weekend to replace an old, unsafe model. The model being replaced was about 15-years-old. The new Guardian fogger will be...

 By Mark Hebert    News    May 18, 2016

Malta School Board Meeting Recap

At the final Malta School Board meeting of the regular school year, 2016, the board of trustees heard of and voted upon several items including the purchase of two new wrestling mats, a teacher's...

 By Mark Hebert    News    May 18, 2016

Ordinances, gum balls and more at City Council

In City of Malta happenings, two public ordinances were introduced to the council members, the first would limit the amount of time people could live in pull trailers and campers in city limits at two-weeks, the later setting a new fee for zoning...


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