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Malta's Baublitz perishes in auto accident

Riley Baublitz, a 17-year-old student at Malta High School, passed away last Tuesday, August 30, following a car crash on Highway 243, 10 miles west of Saco. Baublitz was the passenger in a van...

 

Caves Honored At Saco Fun Days

Richard "Dick" Caves was honored as the Saco Fun Days Parade's Grand Marshall on Saturday afternoon. Caves passed away in June of this year. Caves graduated from Saco High School in 1951 and was a...

 

Another swig of pickle juice

I make it a point to hike into the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone at least once every summer. It’s a place I first visited 45 years ago. The fishing isn’t what it used to be and neither is the...

 
 By Mark Hebert    News    September 7, 2016

Spencer, Vagg, Veseth and Zortman to be portrayed at P.C. Historical Society Historic Walk this Sunday in Malta

Voices from this county's past will fill ears, minds and hearts at this year's Historic Walk at the H.G. Robinson House and Gardens in Malta on Sunday (September 11) morning starting at 1 p.m. and...

 

What Happened HLRC?

Dear Editor, I didn’t want to believe it was true when I first heard that Hi-Line Retirement Center would no longer be a nursing home, but rather just an Assisted Living facility. I want to know what happened to our nursing home? After reading some...

 

That's my boy!

It’s interesting seeing my little boy grow up. He has always seemed to have an interest in sports. He continued to show an interest in football as the season kicked off last Friday. He was into the...

 

The Insatiable Thirst for Access

The Insatiable Thirst for Access By Terry L. Anderson When the Montana Supreme Court issued its decision regarding access for floating the Dearborn and Beaverhead Rivers in 1984, no one could have imagined the battles that would ensue over the next...

 
 By Dan Kish    Opinion    September 7, 2016

President Obama is Wasting America's Energy Windfall

Oil imports could soon be a thing of the past. That's the main takeaway from a new report from Nordic consulting firm Rystad. Researchers estimated the total recoverable oil reserves still buried under American soil. The final figure is astonishing:...

 

Riley J. Baublitz

MALTA-Riley J. Baublitz, 17, a student at Malta High School, went home on the wings of angels, Tuesday, August 30, 2016 from injuries received in an automobile accident. The family received friends...

 

Donald Ray Watson

Donald Ray Watson, Age 79, went to meet the Range Boss on August 31, 2016. He passed peacefully at home. Donny was born on April 6, 1937 in Malta, Mont., to Ray and Laura Watson. He grew up on the...

 
 By Helen Austin    News    September 7, 2016

Whitewater News for September 7, 2016

There was a memorial dinner for Frank Allery at the North 40 on Sunday. Dinner was delicious and really well attended. Frank was raised in Whitewater and worked at the Austin Ranch and for the County...

 

Card News for September 7, 2016

Whist 8-23. On Tuesday, August 23, Sherman Doucette took first place with 60 points and second place went to both Byron Ereaux and Jerry Depute who each netted 51. The traveling prize was awarded to Lou Olson. Pinochle 8-25. On Thursday, August 25,...

 

Briefly for the week of September 7, 2016

Thursday, Sept 8th - Picnic Friday, Sept 9th - Chicken cordon bleu Tuesday, Sept 13th - Ham dinner Don't forget if you have a September birthday - sign up when you sign in for dinner - you could be the winner of the 10 meal dinner certificate....

 
 By Mark Hebert    News    September 7, 2016

Memories for the Week of September 7, 2016

100 years ago September 7, 1916 Malta School Opens With an enrolment of 233 in the grades and high school the local schools opened last Tuesday with the enrollment divided as follows: First grade – Miss Hilda Thompson, teacher, 42. Second and...

 

Celtic Guitarist Barlow to play PC Library

The Phillips County Library is pleased to welcome acclaimed Celtic fingerstyle guitarist Jerry Barlow in concert. The event will be held on Tuesday, September 20th at 7:00 p.m. at the Library, 10 S. 4th St. E. in Malta. The program is sponsored by...

 

Art Spot welcomes new board members

Art Spot, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit Arts Education program located in Phillips County, Mont., is pleased to announce that Anna LaBrie, the Malta Middle and High School Arts Teacher, has been accepted as the newest member of the board of Art Spot as of...

 

Superintendent's Desk for the week of September 7, 2016

It's been a great month here in the Dodson School District. Our new staff are doing a great job and blending well with the team we are creating. Deserae KillEagle, our 3rd / 4th grade teacher,...

 
 By Eldora Henry    News    September 7, 2016

Dodson News for September 7, 2016

More rain and cooler weather were the fate of the Labor Day weekend after a few really hot days last week. There have been a lot of birds gathering also, does that tell us we are getting into fall...

 

Classified Ads for September 7, 2016

HELP WANTED Dodson School District is seeking a 7-12 Industrial Arts Teacher Must have valid Montana State Teaching License Contact; Gary Weitz, Superintendent 406-383-4361 garyw@dodson.k12.mt.us Dodson School District is seeking a Evening Custodian...

 

First State downs Independence in 'battle of the banks' at Marian Hills

Those in the know didn't hold out much faith that the First State Bank golf team had much of a chance against the Independence Bank team at the Malta Men's League Golf Championship last Thursday at...

 

Mustangs boast five seniors this season

The Malta Mustangs are a pretty young team this season after losing 12 seniors to graduation. This season the Mustangs will only have six seniors, opening up spots for underclassmen that may start...

 

North Country looks to make Eastern C Divisional

The North Country Mavericks' regular season started in Saco last Thursday as the team lost to Class B's Poplar Indians 25-20, 25-15 and 25-8. The team bounced back the next day as they took down...

 

Harriers display camaraderie despite distance

The Dodson-Whitewater Harriers have about an hour drive between their two communities, but the runners are supportive when it counts. "They are very supportive of each other," Coach Tianna Bloomer...

 

M-ettes start new era under coaching duo

The Malta M-ettes Volleyball team flashed some potential early this season as they defeated CJI 30-24, Geraldine-Highwood 30-10 and Cut Bank 30-27 during pool play at the Chinook Volleyball Invitation...

 

Malta hopes to make splash at state meet

The Malta M-ettes Cross Country Team is off to a solid start with 13 runners participating this season. Among those participating are seniors Eva Harms, Jada Nicholson and juniors TaChante Cole and...

 

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