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Phillips County Health Nurse asks to cut down on direct contact

Regarding social visiting...I know some of you parents and caregivers are struggling. Kids are wanting to get together. Adults want to get together. I have also wanted to get together with our friends, keeping it at 10 or less, but I haven't. I...

 
 By Joy DePuydt    Opinion    March 25, 2020

American agriculture is doing it, and doing it better

Happy AG Week! This is the 47th anniversary of National Ag Day. That's over 40 years of recognizing agriculture's role in American life, and that's certainly an achievement worth celebrating! We know food and fiber doesn't just arrive at the grocery...

 
 By Paul Tuss    Opinion    March 25, 2020

Important to be counted as Census Day nears

Montanans, along with all Americans, will soon be asked to do something we haven’t done in a decade – fill out our Census form. Every ten years since 1790, citizens throughout the United States help determine how federal funds are distributed,...

 

3M known of far and wide

Dear Editor, We were in Napa Valley California in the fall of 1978 at a stop light when a car from Florida went by us with their window down and yelled, “Mighty Malta Mustangs and something about Goodhearts” after seeing the decal on the back...

 

Doing fine except for one feeling

We left Montana the last day of February driving south in search of sun and surf. We returned two weeks later to a world much different than the one we’d left. I hadn’t seen a palm tree in a...

 
 By Pierre Bibbs    Opinion    March 25, 2020

Our first time

I know it’s obvious, but the last couple of weeks have been strange. Praise God, that at this moment (Monday morning) there are no positive cases within Phillips County, but that does not mean that...

 
 By Mark Hebert    Opinion    March 25, 2020

Dealing with the news during this time

I wasn’t ready for last week. I’m Nnot going to lie here and say that I was. The news on the COVID19 virus effecting Montana really started to hit the fan Sunday, March 14, with the announcement of all of our schools closing and the news rolled...

 

COVID-19 update from PC Health Department

On Friday, March 20th, Montana Governor Steve Bullock mandated closure of all bars, casinos, restaurants, breweries, theatres, pools, and gyms along with previously mandated school closures. Restaurants are still able to offer delivery, pick-up and...

 
 By Mark Hebert    News    March 25, 2020

The P.C. Board of Health approves COVID-19 Emergency Declaration

The Phillips County Board of Health passed and approved an Emergency Declaration in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and emailed it to PCN on Thursday, March 19, affirming that there are no known virus cases in the county and that testing has...

 
 By Mark Hebert    News    March 25, 2020

Malta City Hall closed to the public, council meeting canceled

Malta Mayor John Demarais has announced that Malta City Hall will be closed to the public starting Monday, March 23 and that this week’s Tuesday Malta City Council Meeting (March 24) has been canceled according to a letter released from the City....

 

Briefly for March 25, 2020

Disclaimer: All events are still scheduled but not confirmed. Please check with each event’s organizer to check if the event is still scheduled. Malta Senior Meals UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE: ALL SENIOR MEALS ARE TAKE-OUT ONLY Thurs Mar 26th - Ham...

 

PHILLIPS COUNTY SHERIFF NEWS LOG for March 25, 2020

March 5, 2020 3:22 a.m. Female reported suspicious individuals at a local business; Sheriff responded to the call; individuals not located in the area. 7:50 a.m. 911 received requesting an ambulance for the caller; local EMT Crew responded to the...

 

Yesterday's Phillips County News Memories for March 25, 2020

100 years ago March 25, 1920 Judge Hall awarded Sam Winkenweider damages of $500 in a slander suit in district court. Joe King had accused Winkenweider of being pro-German during the war. *** Rock...

 
 By Dixie Stordahl    News    March 25, 2020

Loring News for March 25, 2020

Even with this horrible coronavirus making life different for most of us, it is reassuring that nature's cycles are right on target! Yes, the moon continues to go from new, crescent, half, gibbous,...

 
 By Eldora Henry    News    March 25, 2020

Dodson News for March 25, 2020

Dora Henry and Polly Solberg were in Havre on Monday for a medical appointment. They took some things to Bill and Marilyn Henry and it was also the anniversary of Becky Henry's birthday. It snowed a...

 
 By Helen Austin    Opinion    March 25, 2020

Whitewater News & Opinion for March 25, 2020

Sympathy to all who are effected by the COVID-19 virus in any way. Montana now has a few, sick with the virus. Our Governor Bullock has issued orders to close including here in Whitewater. Our...

 

USDA Service centers open for business by phone appointment only

U.S. Department of Agriculture Service Centers are encouraging visitors to take proactive protective measures to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. \USDA Service Centers in Montana will continue to be open for business by phone appointment only...

 

Montana Valley Irrigation opens new location

Area growers can see the latest in Valley center pivot and linear equipment at the new Montana Valley Irrigation location in the Manchester industrial park at 1 Windmill View Loop, Great Falls MT 59404, beginning March 16. "We are very excited to pro...

 

Legal Ads for March 25, 2020

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 By Doris Tollefson    News    March 25, 2020

Alpha Zeta announces essay winners in lieu of ceremony

Once again, Alpha Zeta sponsored its 29th annual creative writing contest to the students in Phillips County and Hinsdale. The topic of which students wrote was Do Manners Matter. First, second, third and honorable mention places were awarded in...

 
 By Marko Manoukian    News    March 25, 2020

Flax Production

Producers looking to grow flax as part of the 2020 crop year may be lured by the price per bushel, $8.25 per BU, 2020 crop brown type Harlem. However, producers should assure seed availability and a...

 
 By Pierre Bibbs    Sports    March 25, 2020

M-ette 2019-20 season recap

The Malta M-ettes ended the season on a high note, with a win over Bigfork on the last day of basketball in the state of Montana. The team ended the year 15-9, with a home record of 8-3 and an away re...

 

Trio of Coyotes make 3C List

The Dodson Coyotes fell one challenge game short of reaching state last season, but the team made history taking third place at this year's Eastern C Divisional. The Coyotes Coyotes landed three...

 
 By Pierre Bibbs    Sports    March 25, 2020

Lady Mavs make impression

The Lady Mavericks found themselves in the consolation finals in the Eastern C Divisional last February, but fell to Froid-Lake, missing out on state this year. The team proved to be a force in the...

 

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