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Articles from the May 11, 2016 edition

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County Commissioner candidates Q&A

On Tuesday, June 7, the primary nomination election will be held in Montana. In Phillips County, there are five republican candidates running for the Phillips County Commissioner District A...

 

HD 33 candidates Q&A

On Tuesday, June 7, the primary nomination election will be held in Montana. In Montana's 33rd House District, there are two Republican candidates running for the Republican nomination which are...

 

Senate District 17 Q&A

On Tuesday, June 7, the primary nomination election will be held in Montana. In Montana's Senate District 17, there are two Republican candidates running for the Republican nomination which are Mike...

 

Wisher, Engel top Whitewater graduates

Whitewater High School Senior Connie Elizabeth Wisher is Valedictorian of the Class of 2016. She plans on taking online courses with Limestone College of Gaffney, South Carolina to obtain an AA in Bus...

 

Happy to not get skunked

It takes a lot less to make me happy than it used to. I pulled my minnow trap last week and found three crawdads inside. I was tickled. Bait or a snack, my choice, and it wouldn’t cost me a dime. Pe...

 

New federal employment rules will be a big change for Montana employers

A new set of rules being promulgated by the United States Department of Labor (DOL) has the potential to cause a major shift in the employment structure for most Montana employers. Unfortunately, it’s a change that many don’t yet know is coming....

 
 By Steve Daines    Opinion    May 11, 2016

Montana Senator Steve Daines column for May

With the news of Conrad Burns’ passing late last week, Montanans lost a member of the family. From across the state prayers were offered for Phyllis and the Burns family and fond memories were shared. Conrad was a dedicated husband to Phyllis and...

 

What happened to small town values?

Dear Editor, I have been taught that a man or woman’s handshake was just as good as gold! Well that value is dead and gone in Malta, MT. When we first started renting our home here in Malta we were told, and I quote, “We won't sell this house....

 
 By Pierre Bibbs    Opinion    May 11, 2016

My timing was off

Last Wednesday I took most of the day off. In hindsight maybe I shouldn’t have. My two main objectives for the day were getting a tremendous amount of yard work done and preparing spareribs for...

 

Whitewater's Cummings named ALA delegate

Kayleigh Cummings of Whitewater High School has been selected as the Malta American Legion Auxiliary's delegate for ALA Montana Girls State. Ms. Cummings will be in session June 12 through 18th at Carroll College in Helena. The program epitomizes...

 

Malta American Legion Auxiliary to distribute May Poppies

May is poppy month. The Malta American Legion Auxiliary will once again be distributing poppies in the downtown area during the month of May. Your donation is greatly appreciated. The local auxiliary retains half of the donations for local...

 
 By Dixie Stordahl    News    May 11, 2016

Loring News for May 11, 2016

Summer hit this week! Our temps were in the high 80's for a couple of days! The grass has greened up, flowers are blooming on the prairies, the birds are singing, and the winds were calm for part of...

 
 By Eldora Henry    News    May 11, 2016

Dodson News for May 11, 2016

Polly Solberg went to Billings on Thursday to see grandson Devon play in the State music adjudication. She returned home on Tuesday. Dora Henry spent Thursday in Havre, having lunch with Bill and...

 
 By Pat Murdock    News    May 11, 2016

Whitewater Rural News for May 11, 2016

Allie, Sue, Nancy and Margie Olsen, Trax Simonton, his folks, Carlie and Guy, Jim and Sue Higgins, helped Thyus Olsen and Claire Stahl celebrated their birthdays at the GN Hotel Wednesday evening Boy, did we get moisture, rain and snow! The sun came...

 
 By Lori Taylor    News    May 11, 2016

Museum news for week of May 11, 2016

The PC Museum doors are open for the summer season and already we have had visitors from 15 states, Canada and Holland. The staff is enjoying the opportunity to share our cowboys, Native American artifacts, and dinosaurs. Visitors are amazed at the...

 
 By Helen Austin    News    May 11, 2016

Whitewater News for May 11, 2016

Get well wishes to victims of the recent bad car accident near Malta and all who are sick. Well, I did not go to the nursing home in Glasgow. I plan to go to Gale’s – my daughter – in Saco to...

 

Briefly for the week of May 11, 2016

Malta Senior Meals Thursday, May 12th - Lasagna Friday, May 13th - Cabbage Rolls Tuesday, May 17th - Stroganoff April birthdays were John Flansaas, Lois Goodheart, Coleen Haney, Lee Jones, Vern Parker and Marda Southwick. The winner is Lee Jones -... Full story

 

Memories for the Week of May 11, 2016

100 years ago May 11, 1906 Zortman Mrs. R. Earl Forest entertained the Ladies' Club Wednesday afternoon. Covers were laid for eight. The school picnic was held Saturday at Camp Creek. The children...

 

Malta's Arnold set to graduate from NSU

On Saturday, May 7, 330 students will graduate from Northern State University at its spring commencement ceremony, including Malta’s Nicole L. Arnold. The ceremony will begin at 10:30 a.m. in the NSU Barnett Center. Delivering the commencement...

 

Appealing Your Property's Valuation

Property taxpayers who want to appeal the Department of Revenue’s valuation of their property must do so no later than 30 days after they receive a property assessment notice from the Department. Once a tax bill arrives, it is too late to appeal...

 

KillEagle, Walling elected to Dodson School Board

The Dodson School District recently held an election for two School Board Trustees. For the three-year term board member, Iris KillEagle won with 61 votes, defeating Wesley Medicine Bear who received 19 votes. For the two-year term board member,...

 

Card News for May 11, 2016

Whist On Tuesday, May 3, Leonard Leader ranked first with 54 points and Roger Ereaux was second with 40. The traveling prize was awarded to Jeanette Heinle. Pinochle On Thursday, May 5, Lou Olson took first place with 7,000 points and Noel Emond was...

 

McMahon receives $7,000 P.E.O. Scholarship

Catherine McMahon, daughter of Kathy Bagley of Malta, has been awarded a $7,000 Montana State Chapter P.E.O. Sisterhood scholarship to attend Cottey College in Nevada, Mo., for the 2016-17 academic year. Cottey College is a private, liberal arts,...

 

Harvey "Lloyd" Jones

Harvey "Lloyd" Jones, 83, passed away May 7, 2016, at his home in Hinsdale. Funeral services will be held Friday, May 13th, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. at the Hinsdale High School, with Pastor Howard Pippin officiating. Burial will follow at Hillview...

 

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