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50 tests given at first drive-up C19 site in PC

The Phillips County Hospital and Family Health Clinic and the Phillips County Health Department teamed up last Thursday in parking lot of the Milk River Pavilion to administer COVID-19 drive-up tests...

 

Wicked winds and hail waylay Phillips County

Winds up to nearly 90 miles per hour, hail, heavy rain, and even a small tornado in Dodson ripped through Phillips County last week, knocking over trees, ripping shingles off roofs, and leaving many...

 
 By Marko Manoukian    News    July 15, 2020

Phillips County Crop Tour starts at the Mortenson Farm next Monday

The Phillips County Crop Tours will be held beginning on Monday, July 20 at the Mortenson Farm north of Wagner starting at 5 p.m., with First State Bank hosting. Tuesday, July 21, the tour will be at...

 

Malta City Council recap of final June meeting

In their final meeting of June, the Malta City Council heard about mosquitoes, the Municipal Pool being readied for the swimming season, and that literal tons of trash and junk were hauled away from residences during the City’s Clean-up Days. Malta...

 
 By Justin Franz    News    July 15, 2020

Amtrak cuts could have outsized impact on Hi-Line

Whitefish is the busiest stop in Montana for Amtrak's daily Empire Builder passenger train, which runs between Chicago and Portland or Seattle. The more than 55,000 people who board or disembark the...

 

Covid-19 recommendations from MNA

The Montana Nurses Association (MNA) strongly encourages all Montana citizens to wear facemasks to help limit the spread of the coronavirus. As COVID-19 spreads across the globe and cases continue to increase in Montana, the chances that you will be...

 
 By Lori Taylor    News    July 15, 2020

Phillips County Museum News for July 15, 2020

Surprises walk through our front door every week. This week’s surprise item was an Ingram’s Milkweed Cream jar. It was found by Ian Simanton. Curious about milkweed's facial cream properties started me on a fascinating journey. I was amazed at...

 

Card News for July 15, 2020

Whist On July 7, Leonard Leader scored 50 and took first, Kevin Stevens scored 45 and took second and the traveling prize was awarded to Ken Ruzicka. Pinochle On July 9, Clarence Blunt took first with 6,020, Ken Ruzicka was second with 5,580, and...

 

Montana Viewpoint for July 15, 2020

As the country celebrates its birth as a nation, one of the most patriotic things Montanans can do is stand up and be counted--in the 2020 Census. Or, more accurately, go online and be counted. Or mail in the census form. Or chat with a census...

 

Stormy Heinlein

I’m concerned. The weather forecast is calling for strong storms this afternoon. Lately, even the slightest chance of inclement weather has produced some scary meteorological events. I used to...

 
 By Mark Hebert    Opinion    July 15, 2020

Feel free to mind your business

Yesterday I heard a jackass bleat. “Baaaahhh… Baaaahhhh.” As I sat in my Jeep with Goose the News Hound riding shotgun, the line behind me started to grow and folks lined up for free COVID-19 virus testing at the Milk River Pavilion last...

 

Gloria Mortenson

Gloria Mortenson, 86, passed away on Tuesday, July 7, 2020, at the Hi-Line Retirement Center in Malta, Mont. A graveside service was on Saturday, July 11 at 10 a.m. at the Hillside Cemetery in Dodson. Gloria was born at home on January 26, 1934, in...

 

Donald Dale Scheele

Donald Dale Scheele, 89 went home to be with his Lord and Savior on Saturday, July 11th, 2020. Born January 5th, 1931 to William (Bill) and Minnie Scheele on the family homestead just north of Saco. Don attended Saco schools all 12 years excelling...

 

Gianforte to Amtrak: Reverse Cuts in Service Along the Hi-Line

Congressman Greg Gianforte (R-Mont.) today urged Amtrak’s president and CEO to reconsider cuts in service along the Hi-Line. “Reliable access to rail service is important for communities along the Hi-Line,” Gianforte wrote in a letter to...

 

Briefly for July 15, 2020

Question-Answer mail-in Consulting ADULTS ONLY. $26 no reference, $36 one reference, or $46 one reference & vitamin idea analysis in 6-8 months. Send consultant Katie L. McKeon, ABD, EdD a question jointly with non-refundable payment and return...

 

PHILLIPS COUNTY SHERIFF NEWS LOG for July 15, 2020

Please be advised: If you are planning on using Trafton Park shelters for an event in the future, please contact the Malta City Office, 654-1251, to reserve the shelters, get the key and pay for the electricity. The Phillips Co Sheriff’s Office...

 

MSU Extension: Now is a good time to review property titles

Montana State University Extension educators say it is important for people to understand how titling personal property that is owned in joint tenancy with right of survivorship could have unintended consequences. MSU Extension family economics...

 
 By Dixie Stordahl    News    July 15, 2020

Loring News for July 15, 2020

On Tuesday, a huge storm with very high winds hit our area. It hit so hard that I was worried that my picture window might blow out or break. I'm still thankful for the absence of a hail! The rain cam...

 
 By Helen Austin    Opinion    July 15, 2020

Whitewater News & Opinion for July 15, 2020

Sympathy to families who lost people due to gun violence in many places. Pat (Ivanovich) Donich who is Sally Austin’s sister, was in Whitewater. She bought dinner at North 40 for Sally A., Dallas,...

 

USDA Briefs for Week of July 13

USDA Announces Flexibilities for Producers The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is providing additional flexibilities for producers to file on acres with failed crops or crops that were prevented from planting because of extreme weather events....

 

Birth Announcement: Ozzy Orion Oyler

Ozzy Orion Oyler was born on Tuesday, July 7, 2020, at 6:37 p.m. at the Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow, Mont. He weighed 8 pounds and 2 ounces and is 21 inches long. Ozzy is the son of...

 

USDA Announces Community Prosperity Funding Opportunity

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) today announced approximately $4 million in available funding to develop partnerships to leverage USDA and local, state, and private sector resources to address challenges for limited resource, socially...

 
 By David Veseth    News    July 15, 2020

Malta construction updates with David Veseth July 15, 2020

The warehouse across the street the old NAPA building is being taken apart and moved on 1st Street in Malta. I believe Malta Ready Mix is going to put a new building at this location. A week ago, I...

 
 By Pierre Bibbs    Sports    July 15, 2020

Malta Rodeo brings crowd to Trafton Arena

Hundreds filled the bleachers, grounds, and chutes as the Trafton Park Rodeo Arena hosted the 2020 Malta NRA Rodeo last Saturday. The event, hosted by the Trafton Park Arena Committee, featured...

 
 By Pierre Bibbs    Sports    July 15, 2020

2020 Little M-ette Volleyball Camp

The Malta M-ette Volleyball team held their annual Little M-ette Volleyball camp for fourth grade through eighth-grade students. The camp hosted just under 30 athletes. The camp took place at the...

 

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