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Articles from the March 22, 2017 edition

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 By Mark Hebert    News    March 22, 2017

'Princess PayPay' doing better in Seattle

From an alert baby sister to a loving family and caring community, Payton KillEagle seems to have many guardian angels watching over her. Sue Hungerford, Payton's daycare provider, noticed a bump... Full story

 
 By Mark Hebert    News    March 22, 2017

28th Annual Malta Walleye Banquet this Saturday at City Hall

Once a year, for the past 27 years, the annual fish fry and all around good time known as the Malta Walleyes Unlimited Banquet has been held in this fine city and this Saturday, March, 25, the 28th in...

 
 By Mark Hebert    News    March 22, 2017

City Council hears construction updates, were City Pool is headed and postponing skatepark project

Malta Mayor Shyla Jones and Malta Public Works Director Jim Truelove had a meeting with TD&H, the firm charged with the engineering portion of the city’s water project, and though things have been tense between the entities of late, the latest...

 
 By Mark Hebert    News    March 22, 2017

Two change of plea hearings and one initial appearance in District Court

Monte Broadbrooks attended a change of plea hearing on Monday, March 13, 2017, in district court, admitting guilt to two counts of misdemeanor theft, and three counts of felony criminal possession of dangerous drugs. Broadbrooks entered a not guilty...

 
 By Michael Siebert    News    March 22, 2017

Legislative roundup

As Republicans and Democrats grapple with how to fund statewide infrastructure projects at the Montana Legislature, one bill in the House aims to put that decision in the hands of local voters. House Bill 577, introduced by Rep. Dave Fern, D-Whitefis...

 
 By Mark Hebert    News    March 22, 2017

Memories for March 22, 2017

100 years ago Taken from the "25 years ago feature" in the March 19, 1942 edition of the Phillips County News A Pioneer Farmers club was organized in the community with E. N. Young as president;...

 

Don't tell 'that' to the judge

Steven Boyd told an incredible story. Unfortunately for the Great Falls man, the judge didn’t buy it. Boyd, who pleaded guilty to family member assault and possession of dangerous drugs in 2012, is...

 

Hat's off to the Trueloves

Dear Editor, I think many in this community need to give a big “Hats Off” to Vikki and Jim Truelove. Realizing that many of us could not go to Billings for the recent basketball tournaments, they graciously let us come and watch the big events...

 
 By Taylor Brown    Opinion    March 22, 2017

Innovating Montana's Agricultural Foundation

Agriculture is the foundation of Montana’s economy, contributing over five billion dollars annually in recent years as the state’s top industry. With our nearly 60 million acres of farmland statewide, we take pride in our contributions to the...

 

What if the workers owned it?

The owners of a mid-sized manufacturing plant in a nearby small town were ready to retire, but no one in the next generation was interested in taking over. The plant was sold to an out-of-state buyer with no local ties. The business was profitable,...

 

Let's talk brisket, not blown calls

I thought I had the heart to smoke a brisket for 20 hours. I did not. I also thought I liked cracked pepper. Wrong again. I set my Weber up for the snake method, which allowed me to light one end of the coals to slowly smoke an eight pound brisket I...

 
 By Sharon Kindle    News    March 22, 2017

Senior Center dishes up nearly 200 plates of corned beef and cabbage

Live Generously: Hands and Hearts, was the theme on Saturday, March 18 at the Malta Senior Center featuring the Corned Beef and Cabbage annual dinner. The group initiated their new kitchen as it passed the test by serving out around 200 meals, far...

 
 By Dixie Stordahl    News    March 22, 2017

Loring NEws for March 22, 2017

Happy first day of spring this week! The temps have been amazingly warm for this time of year after we had a blizzard last weekend! Most of the snow is gone, ran down the hills into the coulees and th...

 
 By Helen Austin    News    March 22, 2017

Whitewater News for March 22, 2017

Get well wishes to Jahmiah Huffman-LaBrie and Bruce Hill, both of Whitewater. Many from here went to basketball games in Billings including Patty Young. Whitewater had a heavy snowfall, about 2-feet o...

 

Birth Announcements for March 22, 2017: Kale Edward Schipman and Gray Rain Simanton

Kale Edward Schipman Katherine and Jory Schipman are proud to announce the birth of their son, Kale Edward Schipman, on Friday, March 10, 2017 at 4 p.m. Kale weighs 7 pounds and 14 ounces and is 20...

 

Briefly for March 22, 2017

Malta Senior Meals Thursday, Mar 16th Chicken & biscuits Friday, Mar 17th - Dill salmon Tuesday, Mar 21st - Tatertot casserole Do you have a birthday in March? Be sure to sign up for 10 meal certificate when you sign in for dinner. City Gym...

 

2017 CRP Spring Managed Grazing Period: March 16-May 14

The Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) 2017 Spring Managed Grazing Period is March 16 to May 14, 2017. Livestock must be removed when the calculated AUMs have been utilized but no later than May 14th. Summer/Fall Managed Harvesting Period begins...

 

Great Plains Dinosaur Museum annual meeting on April 3

The Annual Meeting of the Great Plains Dinosaur Museum (aka Judith River Foundation) will be Monday, April 3, 2017 at 5:15PM in the basement conference room of the Phillip County Library. GPDM extends a special invitation to members and community...

 

Classified Ads for March 22, 2017

HELP WANTED Harlem Senior Center Secondary Cook Noon meal preparation, 2 to 3 days a week; will be the secondary cook and work by yourself on designated days, but must still work in conjunction with head cook for planning purposes. Cooking and...

 

Legal Ads for March 22, 2017

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Separate sealed Bids will be received by the, City of Malta, Montana for the construction of a 1.84 acre waste cell at the City’s landfill. The project shall include excavation of soil, placement of a 2 ft. clay liner,...

 

Malta School Menu for March 22, 2017

Malta School Menu Breakfast served with hot/cold cereal, toast, fruit, juice, milk. Lunch served with fresh fruit wedges, canned fruit choices, lettuce salad, milk (middle/high school - salad bar). Wed., March 22 NO SCHOOL- PARENT TEACHER...

 

Class C Calendar for March 22, 2017

Class C Calendar Saco School Calendar Thursday, March 23 -MUST Insurance meeting at 3:45 pm in the multi-purpose room -1st day of JH Track Practice Friday, March 24 -No School/Teacher PIR Day in Hinsdale Sunday, March 26 -State TSA in Billings...

 

Saco School Menu March 22, 2017

Saco School Menu Breakfast served with toast, cereal, juice or fruit, milk. Lunch served with salad bar, milk. Wed., March 22 B- Egg Hashbrown L- Chef Salad Bread Stix, Fruit Thursday, March 23 B- MUFFINS L-TOSTADOS, CINNAMON ROLLS, FRUIT Monday,...

 

Whitewater Menu for March 22, 2017

Whitewater Menu Hot breakfast served with hot or cold cereal, toast, juice, fruit, yogurt, milk. Lunch served with salad bar, milk, fruit. Wed., March 22 Chicken Alfredo, Salad, Milk Thursday, March 23 Chicken Nuggets, Salad, Milk Monday, March 27...

 

Dodson School Lunch Menu for March 22, 2017

Dodson School Menu Breakfast served with juice, fruit, milk, yogurt. Lunch served with salad bar, fruit, vegetable, milk. Wed., March 22 B- Hot Cereal L- Turkey Swiss Sandwich Thursday, March 23 B- Breakfast Pizza L- Sloppy Joes Monday, March 27 B-...

 

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