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  • 21st Annual First State Bank Car Show Award Winners

    Kari Hould, PCN Staff|Jun 7, 2023

    They came in bright, shiny, polished and in their prime…and some were even older that those viewing them. As the 21st Annual First State Bank Car Show livened up, the spectators flocked to admire the years and experience that has gone into restoration of the classics and gems. Not all the vehicles were antique; there were also classics, dragsters, trucks and even a 2023 Corvette…several of which was posted a note: “Unless you are naked, don’t sit on this car!” Yes, they are the pride and joy,...

  • VFW Auxiliary Installs Officers

    Kari Hould, PCN Staff|Jun 7, 2023

    Members of the VFW Auxiliary elected officers for the forth coming year recently and they were installed in May. President Michelle Stevens will be assisted by Sr. Vice President Cheryl Wallace, Jr. VP Sharon Kindle, Sec-Treas. Mellissa Sandvick, Chaplain Shirley Reynolds, Conductress Nina Jones, and Guard Carolyn Schmoeckel. Elected as 3 yr. Trustee was Nina Jones; appointed Patriotic Instructor Sharon Kindle and Historian Kari Hould. The Officers were sworn in by Past President Hould. The VFW...

  • Henry Catches State Record Smallmouth

    Montana FWP, For the PCN|Jun 7, 2023

    Debbie Henry was fishing from shore with her family at Nelson Reservoir over the Memorial Day weekend when she noticed one of the fishing rods begin to severely bend in its holder. After over 10 minutes of fighting the fish, with it nearly spooling her line and dealing with a broken net, she was able to land the new state record Smallmouth Buffalo! The behemoth tipped the scales at a whopping 40.0 pounds! The old record was 38 pounds, also caught at Nelson Reservoir, in 2007. Congratulations to...

  • Ceremony Held for Harry A. Paulson Memorial Overpass

    Pierre Bibbs, Publisher|Jun 7, 2023

    Last Wednesday, May 31, the GN Lodge Room became a venue of remembrance of a Malta man, Harry A. Paulson, who tragically passed away while doing his job on August 6, 1970. Several of Paulson's children, their family and family friends celebrated as the overpass two-miles east of Dodson was named after him. The Official name is the Harry A. Paulson Memorial Overpass. Paulson was tragically struck by a vehicle while doing his job for the Montana Department of Transportation (MDT), of mowing the si...

  • New Assault on Federal Grazing

    Jun 7, 2023

    Dear Editor, With all the checks and balances ingrained in the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights, it is incomprehensible how one election is totally destroying the foundation of our very successful republic. Wayne Hage, in his book 'Storm over Rangelands', extensively documented how the eastern industrialists coveted the natural resources of the western states and since the 1880's had been using the federal government to keep these resources out of the hands of the western settlers (i.e. forest reserves, retained mineral rights, etc.)....

  • If Only Money Bought a Few More Bites

    Parker Heinlein, Outdoors Columnist|Jun 7, 2023

    They say money doesn’t buy happiness. Apparently it doesn’t buy fish either. I own a fishing boat with all the bells and whistles. It has three motors, sonar, and GPS. There are a dozen rods in the on-board locker, drawers filled with every lure on the market, and a live-well big enough to hold me. There’s even a retractable yard stick to measure all those fish I don’t catch. Before I could afford such a craft, however, I fished out of more modest boats and caught more fish. My most successful t...

  • Eugene "Gene" Lewis Mendel (November 8, 1925 - January 15, 2023)

    Jun 7, 2023

    Eugene "Gene" Lewis Mendel was born to William and Alvina Mendel on November 8, 1925, and he passed on January 15, 2023. He was one of six children and lived on the family homestead in Winifred until his senior year of high school when the family moved to Kalispell. He entered the US Navy in June of 1943 and served our country proudly on submarines for three years. Upon leaving the Navy he moved to Helena and began to train as a pilot eventually becoming a spray pilot along with being a... Full story

  • Eva Mae Hendrickson (March 19, 1933 - May 27, 2023)

    Jun 7, 2023

    Eva Mae Hendrickson passed peacefully surrounded by her loved ones on May 27th, 2023. Eva was born in Havre, Montana to Theodore "Ted" Roosevelt Wilson and Mary Ann "Molly" Leedy Reynolds Wilson on March 19, 1933. She was raised on the Long X Ranch, Larb Hills 60 miles south of Malta which would come to be part of the Charles M Russell National Wildlife Refuge. Later moving to Malta for schooling. While in high school in Malta, Eva met Russell Alfred Hendrickson. The two had a shared interest,... Full story

  • Terry Dean Palmer (November 13, 1934 - June 1, 2023)

    Jun 7, 2023

    Terry Dean Palmer, 88 years of age, passed away peacefully on June 1, 2023, surrounded by his family. Terry was born on November 13, 1934, in Edmunds County, South Dakota on a farm to Kenneth Jordan Palmer and Viola "Toots" Fern (Augustine) Palmer. Terry served in the US Air Force from November 17, 1953, through November 18, 1957, as a jet aircraft electrician. Terry was stationed in Great Falls while he served in the Air Force and met his soon-to-be wife when he traveled with Marian's brother... Full story

  • Memories for Wednesday, June 7, 2023

    Compiled by Kari Hould|Jun 7, 2023

    1 yrs ago June 5, 2013 Cars will be the word this weekend, as the 11th Annual First State Bank Car Show and the Phillips County Motor Sports converge on the town. Those sitting at the Bank show area will get far less dust than those at the racetracks. Flooding between the DY Junction and Bohemian Corner on Hwy 191 has resulted in the road being closed. It was closed due to 12 inches of water flowing over the highway due to heavy runoff from recent rains. Kendall Denham will represent Montana in the Montana-Wyoming All-Star Games at Sheridan...

  • Legals for Wednesday, June 7, 2023

    Jun 7, 2023

    Heather M. Starnes JARDINE, STEPHENSON, BLEWETT & WEAVER, P.C. 300 Central Avenue, 7th Floor P.O. Box 2269 Great Falls, MT 59403 Telephone: (406) 727-5000 [email protected] Attorneys for Personal Representative MONTANA SEVENTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT, PHILLIPS COUNTY IN RE THE ESTATE OF ) Probate No. DP-2023-11 ) ALFRED MINUGH ) NOTICE TO CREDITORS Deceased. ) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed Personal Representative of the above named estate. All persons having claims against the said deceased are...

  • Classifieds for Wednesday, June 7, 2023

    Jun 7, 2023

    Compliance Officer The City of Malta has a part-time Compliance Officer position available. Must have a valid driver’s license, pay rate is D.O.E. Benefits include vacation and sick time, holiday pay, vision and dental insurance. Applications and job descriptions are available at the City Office or Havre Job Service. Position is open until filled. City of Malta is an EEO employer. The city reserves the right to reject any or all applications. -------------------- FT DITCH RIDER The Malta Irrigation District is seeking to fill one (1) Ditch Ride...

  • Milk River Gospel Jamboree Announces Artists for 20th Anniversary June 23-25

    Kara Lynn Dunn, For the PCN|Jun 7, 2023

    The Milk River Gospel Jamboree will celebrate its 20th anniversary on June 23-25, 2023, with award-winning singers, musicians, and groups from the U.S. and Canada at Malta High School, 8th Street West, in Malta, Montana. The 2023 Milk River Gospel Jamboree will feature Country, Southern and Bluegrass Gospel music with artists from Tennessee, New York, Michigan, Saskatchewan, and Billings, Montana. Chris Golden is an award-winning singer, multi-instrumentalist, music producer, and father from Hen...

  • The 2023 MHS Athletic Team Awards

    Jun 7, 2023

  • Fun Run Sees Largest Group in a Few Years

    Pierre Bibbs, Publisher|Jun 7, 2023

    The Sixth Installation of Malta Parks and Recreation's Color Fun Run returned to it's normal time slot last Saturday, June 3, at 9 a.m. "It was just fun to have a fun family event and have a lot of participants," Wright said. "It was great." The run had a total of 73 participants, the most that Malta's Parks and Recreation Department has had post-2020. "We had 37 5k runners and 36 mile runners," Parks and Rec Director Sally Wright told the PCN. "We had amazing booth people. We had Head Start,...

  • Where the Rubber Hits the Road

    Kari Hould, PCN Staff|Jun 7, 2023

    From parked perfectly, all a glisten and a glow...the limelight moved from the Car Show on Front Street on Saturday, June 3, across the canal to the outskirts of town to the dragstrip. Surrounded by sound barriers of various trees at the east entry, the drag opened the gates for the first of a season of dragster competition of the year. AND OPEN THEY DID! Montana style. The colorful array of entries made for eye-catching views as the cars raced usually in pairs, to speeds over 100 mph getting...

  • Bishop Signs to Golf at Dickinson State University

    Jun 7, 2023

    On Wednesday, May 10, Malta senior Kaden Bishop signed a letter of intent to continue his golf career at Dickinson State University, becoming the first Mustang golfer to do so since Gordon Webb in 2008. Bishop, the son of CJ and Karey Bishop, recently placed ninth at the State B Men's Golf Meet in Shelby. During the signing event, in which nearly every Malta senior was present, Bishop was asked why Dickinson State University? "I was looking at their golf scores and realized that I could fit in...

  • VFW News: Who is Flying Your Plane?

    Sharon Kindle, Patriotic Chair, VFW Post 4067|Jun 7, 2023

    Do you ever wonder about the pilot in the Caption’s seat while you settle in for your flight, wherever it may take you? One pilot ‘entered through the back door’ so to speak as he started in Navy flight school graduating college and then flew F/A-18 fighter jets. He saw four different theaters and eventually became a Navy test pilot. Flying the dynamic nature and complexity of military ops prepared the pilot to be one of the best commercial pilots. He knew how a ‘holding’ pattern, thunderstorms or turbulence can affect passengers having co...

  • "All Together Now" PC Library's Summer Reading Program

    Janeen Brockie, Phillips County Librarian|Jun 7, 2023

    The Phillips County Library has the theme of “All Together Now” for this summer’s reading program. We encourage preschoolers, through coming high school seniors; to sign up and earn an award for every five hours of reading up to 40 hours. Sign up will begin the week of June 5th. It is important to read during the school break to help avoid the “summer slump.” It is with great appreciation that the library thanks its sponsors who make the summer reading program such a success. The library has a selection of various items for all the readers who...

  • Saco Public School Second Semester Honor Roll

    Jun 7, 2023

    Congratulations to the following Saco Public School students who have made the Honor Roll for the second semester of the 2022-2023 school year. Superintendent's Honor Roll List (4.00 to 3.75): Teagan Erickson (11th), Jocelyn Brown (11th), Abby Yeska (11th), Jessa Erickson (10th), Carter Pippin (10th), Laytin Erickson (8th), Emerson Downing (8th), Jake Brown (8th). Honor Roll (3.74 to 3.25): Nathan Salveson (11th), Blaine Downing (10th), Ireland Mears (9th), Chase Albus (7th), Jose Luis Cervantes-Rivera (6th), Avery Salveson (6th), Ainsley...

  • Whitewater News & Opinion for Wednesday, June 7, 2023

    Helen Austin, PCN Correspondent|Jun 7, 2023

    Sympathy for the immigrants and homeless people who have no place to go. Sympathy to the family of Terry McMullen. He was raised in Whitewater. Ray McMullen was his brother. Bonnie McMullen was his sister-in-law. On Memorial Day, some went to the Veterans Parade and BBQ lunch in Malta. Others went to the lake (Nelson Reservoir). The water is high enough to go boating, but probably cold for swimming. Sleeping Buffalo pools were full too. Memorial Day we remember all those who died, especially in...

  • Loring News for Wednesday, June 7, 2023

    Dixie Stordahl, PCN Correspondent|Jun 7, 2023

    This week has been wonderful with all the special birds I’ve heard and seen! A red-headed Flicker, which is similar to a woodpecker, flew into my trees one day. An oriole was singing away in my Cottonwood tree early one morning along with house wrens, kingbirds, robins, and meadowlarks! Plus, one day in the museum I got to visit with several birders from around the country! My friend Fran left on Friday on her way to visit Gene Compton and then on to Seattle to get on the ferry for the trip t...

  • Dodson News for Wednesday, June 7, 2023

    Eldora Henry, PCN Correspondent|Jun 7, 2023

    No writing made it into the paper last week, so we'll start again. The main item last week was the lady attacked by the Pit Bull. Haven’t heard anything but hope she is doing well. Memorial Day has passed one more time. The cemeteries looked good although it looked like there were fewer flowers around as usual. This could have been caused by all the rain showers----we put ours down in the rain! My daughter said she guessed she wouldn't melt. Our condolences to all who have lost loved ones l...

  • Briefly for Wednesday, June 7, 2023

    Jun 7, 2023

    Malta Senior Center BINGO is every Friday at 1:00 at the Malta Senior Center Malta School Board Mtg School Board Meetings are held every second Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. in the MHS Boardroom. Times and dates are subject to change. Wednesday, June 7, 2023. City Council Meetings City Council Meetings are held on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at City Hall at 5 p.m. PC Library Knitting and Crochet Club The Phillips County Library hosts a knitting and crochet group from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. every Thursday. P.C. Museum Board Mtg...

  • Saco Readers Earn Bikes and Kindles from KYLE Lodge No. 96

    Jun 7, 2023

    Kevin Taylor, Worshipful Master of Hinsdale's KYLE Lodge No. 96, presented it's Bikes for Books and Kindles for Kids winners at the Saco Elementary School Spring Concert held on May 11....