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  • Twelve Malta Golfers go to state; two teams, three individuals

    Pierre Bibbs, Sports Editor|May 14, 2014

    Malta's golf team went out to Marias Valley Golf Course in Shelby on Monday for the district tournament and three athletes placed in the top 15, punching their tickets to state tourney in Butte, which starts Monday at Fairmont Springs. Both the boys and girls teams also made it to the dance. "The boys team earned 4th place after a mistake in totals was pointed out to the scoring committee, " said Malta golf coach Lynne Nevrivy. "After a Choteau boys score was recalculated Malta boys moved ahead... Full story

  • C TRACK: Jolley shocks and awes at the Whitewater Invitational; Lady Penguins finish third at home meet

    Pierre Bibbs, Sports Editor|May 14, 2014

    Much hasn’t been heard of the Saco Panthers or their two track athletes, this year, however the team is hiding a young athlete that is quite the competitor in Class C track and field. Charlotte Jolley. Jolley, may not have the height of Hinsdale’s Bethany Lacock, but pound for pound and inch for inch, she may be even more athletic. Jolley posted 29 points at the meet, which was good enough for sixth at the meet. “It was by far her best day,” said Saco track coach Barry Malone. “I would lik... Full story

  • Celebrate National Prevention Week May 18--24

    May 14, 2014

    Phillips County Coalition for Healthy Choices invites everyone to help celebrate National Prevention Week May 18th-24th. SAMHSA’s (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s) National Prevention Week is a time for communities to come together and focus on the importance of preventing substance abuse and promoting mental health. This week echoes a key message of the U.S. Surgeon General’s National Prevention Strategy, emphasizing that prevention should be woven into all aspects of our lives – including where and how we live, l... Full story

  • Phillips County Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the Montana Tobacco Quit Line

    May 14, 2014

    May is Montana Quit Month and the Montana Tobacco Use Prevention Program is proud to be celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Montana Tobacco Quit Line. More than 70,000 Montanans have called into the Quit Line for help since its launch in May 2004. Over the last 10 years, the Montana Tobacco Quit Line has had great success with a 6-month quit rate of 38 percent. People who use the quit line are seven to 10 times more likely to successfully quit than those who try to quit on their own. Montana tobacco users want to quit using these deadly and... Full story

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