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Articles from the October 5, 2016 edition

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 By Mark Hebert    News    October 5, 2016

HLRC welcomes Murray back as Administrator

When Health Management Services (HMS) announced they were prepared to submit their letter of resignation and step-away from managing Phillips County's Hi-Line Retirement Center at a public meeting...

 
 By Mark Hebert    News    October 5, 2016

John Roberts Y Pan Blanco keep toes tapping in Malta

A packed-house greeted John Roberts Y Pan Blanco on Monday night at the Malta High School Auditorium as the band brought their Cuban Funk blended with African Jazz for an evening head-bobbing, toe-tap...

 
 By Mark Hebert    News    October 5, 2016

Oktoberfest, former Brewfest, to benefit new pool this Saturday

The Hi-Line Future Foundation (HFF) will host Oktoberfest this Saturday, October 8, at the Lucky Bullet Hole in Malta with beer, food, live music and raffles galore all in efforts to build a new pool in Phillips County. “The pool is a huge part of...

 
 By Mark Hebert    News    October 5, 2016

Renewed Malta Parks and Rec crew have plenty in store

For many years in Malta, City Hall housed old volleyballs, roller skates, baseball bats or other sporting equipment unused for a long time, left covered in a thick layer of dust. The dust started...

 
 By Mark Hebert    News    October 5, 2016

City Council hears water complaints, water project update

Of the dozen or so items discussed at last Tuesday night’s Malta City Council meeting, water was a poplar subject. Malta Mayor Shyla Jones said the water project continues to plod along and the...

 

In plain sight

Two weeks into bow season and hunters are already complaining that the elk are seeking refuge on private land. It’s an old story. Elk all over the place until the hunters show up and then the only...

 

Fighting for Montana's Share

I serve as a commissioner in a county where nearly 50 percent of the land is federally owned. There are some Montana counties, such as Mineral and Sanders Counties, where the federal government owns more than 80 percent of the lands. While we all...

 

An Invitation to come back to church

Dear Editor, As a member of the Saco Lutheran Church, I would like to invite folks to come back to the church. We have an amazing preacher in Doris Tollefson. She is taking the required classes to become a pastor. She breaks down the readings and...

 
 By Mark Hebert    Opinion    October 5, 2016

...Regardless, be kind to one another

An estimated 80 million people watched the first of three presidential debates between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton last week, or about 61-percent of the people who voted in the 2012 election for...

 

My time with 'The Donald'

No, I’m not voting for Hillary. I’m not voting for Trump either and I met the guy once. Several years ago, I had an opportunity to work at the U.S. Open Tennis Championship in Queens, N.Y. About 6...

 
 By Helen Austin    News    October 5, 2016

Whitewater News for October 5, 2016

Again, sympathy to victims in horrible shootings in Chicago and other places. We Montanans, especially in our rural areas, are not in the danger those in cities are. The presidential debate on TV...

 
 By Eldora Henry    News    October 5, 2016

Dodson News for October 5, 2016

Four daughters of Elmer Henry’s former Sergeant in the Marine Corps during the second World War visited at Dora Henry’s this week. Very enjoyable and filled with memories and laughter. Heather...

 
 By Dixie Stordahl    News    October 5, 2016

Lring Nwws for the weeks of October 5, 2016

The Loring Woman's club Dance will go in the history books as the first one that the electricity went out for four hours and we kept the party rockin'! A huge storm blew through about 8:30, lots of...

 
 By Lori Taylor    News    October 5, 2016

P.C. Museum news for week of October 3, 2016

Fall is upon us. I love the beautiful red and yellow fall leaves. In our community fall always brings the Big Flat Annual Meeting. Congratulations to the Big Flat for all it does in our community. The PC Museum hosts a display that was created by...

 

Card News for October 5, 2016

Whist On Tuesday, September 27, Lou Olson took first place with 54 points while Malcolm Clause and Leonard Leader each notched 49 in a tie for second. Leonard was also awarded the traveling prize. Pinochle Barb Steven tallied 6,080 for first place...

 

Phillips County Courthouse News for October 5, 2016

Phillips County residents are encouraged to register to vote, change your voter registration address if you have moved within the city or county, have recently moved to Phillips County, or recently...

 

Briefly for the week of October 5, 2016

Malta Senior Meals Thursday, Oct 6th - Hot turkey Friday, Oct 7th - Baked chicken Tuesday, Oct 11th - Hot ham & cheddar sandwich Congratulations , Leslie Morin, September birthday dinner winner. Are you an October baby? Let us know when you sign in...

 

Phillips County Sheriff's Report for week of October 5, 2016

Please be advised the Phillips Co Sheriff’s Office is no longer doing GVW Term or Trip permits. These are the yearly and 3day permits for the overwidth/height/weight that most semi trucks and trailers need. You can access these permits by going to...

 

Memories for the Week of October 5, 2016

100 years ago October 15, 1916 Jailed for causing arrest of brother Dromne Lefromboise was arrested the latter part of last week, charged with causing the arrest of his brother, John L., with...

 
 By Gary Weitz    Opinion    October 5, 2016

It starts with a positive culture

Many have asked me during my career as a school administrator what I felt contributes to higher student achievement and overall school success. You will often hear throughout the field of education the talk of “educationese” language tossed aroun...

 

Triangle Mailing Out Capital Credit Checks

The Triangle Telephone Cooperative, doing business as Triangle Communications (Triangle), Board of Trustees approved a general retirement of capital credits of approximately $861,120.67. This sum represents 30% of the capital credits earned by...

 
 By Mark Hebert    News    October 5, 2016

64 of years experience between them, Hasler and Kapp retire from Malta City Works Crew

You trash it, they take it. For at least the last 30 years, the residents of the City of Malta's garbage has been seen by Tim Hasler and and Bob Kapp in one form or another. Whether it be in the form...

 

Classified Ads for October 5, 2016

Help Wanted Opening: Dodson Public School District Position: 7-12 Industrial Arts Teacher ("Montana Certificated" teachers will be given preference.) Please Contact: Gary Weitz, Superintendent Dodson School District garyw@dodson.k12.mt.us 406-383-436...

 

Legal Ads for October 5, 2016

INVITATION TO BID NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS: Sealed bids will be received by the City of Malta, Attention: Mayor Shyla Jones, P.O. Box 1300, Malta, Montana 59538 or hand delivered to the Mayor’s office in City Hall by Thursday, October 20, 2016 at...

 
 By Pierre Bibbs    News    October 5, 2016

Grapevine for the week of October 5, 2016

Question A: What did you think of the rain we got last weekend? Question B: What will be the first day we will see snow? Kevin Stevens A: It's good moisture for the winter wheat. B: Halloween. Esther...

 

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