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  • Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge Announces Changes to Upland Gamebird Hunting Regulations

    Aaron Griffith, Wildlife Refuge Specialist Bowdoin NWR WMD|Sep 21, 2022

    Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge is no longer requiring blaze orange clothing when hunting upland gamebirds. As with the State regulations, it is strongly recommended that hunters wear at least an orange hat to reduce the chance of an accident. This change was made to be consistent with state regulations pertaining to upland gamebird hunting. The East Unit of Bowdoin NWR will open for upland gamebird hunting only, from December 1 until the close of the state season. The western portion of the refuge, which is open to hunting, will remain open...

  • Phillips County Insurance Remodel Is A Community Venture

    Kari Hould, PCN Staff|Sep 21, 2022

    Out with the old, in with the new. With the remodel complete, Phillips County Insurance took the opportunity to showcase the finished product. Started after the first of the year, and completed in May, the office took on a new look. The touch of local artists and businesses is evident throughout the business. Owners, Aimee Salveson and Jake Stuart, went to Darrell Carney as the main contractor. His crew and individuals left a stately impression on the building space that was originally built in...

  • She's At Home...In the Garden

    Kari Hould, PCN Staff|Sep 21, 2022

    "To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow." She is a walking testimony of faith and grace. Madelyn Anderson has been a member of the Dirt Daubers for 59 years. She is a natural when it comes to flower arranging and gardening. Madelyn was recently the guest at the Club's meeting, which was also a thank you to her for her years and contributions to the Garden Club. Madelyn has judged at flower shows and competitions across Montana and Wyoming. She is a Master Judge, having attended trainings, c...

  • City and Its Council Provides Updates

    Kari Hould, PCN Staff|Sep 21, 2022

    The first City Council meeting in September brought a few regular agenda items and reports from various departments. A public hearing of the alley between Ron Scott and Janet Berg was held. First on the regular agenda was the report from Jim Truelove, Public Works Director. He reported lines in Hill Crest had been flushed, with some positive results, though not all the issues brought to the surface at the last meeting had been alleviated. Results were noticed more so at the bottom of the hill than at the top. Jim stated he accessed some meters...

  • Hi-Line Retirement Center Provides Update, Welcomes Hanawalt as Interim Administrator

    Pierre Bibbs, Publisher|Sep 21, 2022

    While still heading towards closure by the last week of October, Hi-Line Retirement Center welcomed a new face, Kent Hanawalt as Interim Administrator. Hanawalt, who had started at HLRC in mid-August, along with HLRC Board Chairman Logan Lund both confirmed that Hanawalt was not there to save HLRC, but to help the facility end things on good terms. "Doing everything right on the way out is important," Lund said. The first order of business was to help fix HLRC's deficiencies, as issued by the...

  • Edub's Homecoming Experience

    Parker Heinlein, Outdoors Columnist|Sep 21, 2022

    There are only a handful of people with whom I’ll hunt. Edub is one. He and I have hunted together for more than 30 years. We met while both of us were working for the Bozeman Daily Chronicle. He later left the newspaper business to teach journalism at the University of Wyoming. Retired now, he still returns to Montana every fall to hunt. The same age as me, Edub and I also share a few of the same bad habits, along with a passion for bird hunting. We’re also aging in a similar fashion, our sti...

  • Just Take the Compliment, Knucklehead

    Pierre Bibbs, Play Ball|Sep 21, 2022

    I have many flaws, but one of my flaws is driving me crazier than the rest right now. I am working on it. When someone compliments you, what do you do? You simply say, thank you. Me? Oh boy. A neighbor approached me the other day and said, your lawn is looking good! My response? “The front looks okay but the backyard needs a ton of work.” I brought my wife breakfast at work one day, which is something that I typically try to do just so I can see her beautiful face one more time. One of her co-wo...

  • Dan Fewer (March 11, 1941- September 13, 2022)

    Sep 21, 2022

    Dan Fewer, 81, passed away on Tuesday, September 13, 2022, in Great Falls. Dan was born in Hinsdale, Montana, on March 11, 1941, the 9th of 11 children to Charles and Elsie (Dannell) Fewer. In 1988, Dan retired from the US Air Force as a Chief Master Sergeant after 28 years of service, and then retired from new careers in the US Civil Service and US Postal Service. Dan is survived by his four children, Debbie, Michael, David, and Danielle, his sisters Enid, Minnie Mae, and Betty, his brother Pat, grandchildren TJ, Nick, Laura, and Shane, and...

  • Whitewater News & Opinion for Wednesday, September 21, 2022

    Helen Austin, PCN Correspondent|Sep 21, 2022

    Sympathy to all affected by fires, especially wildfires in California. Here in Whitewater, we can smell smoke and the air is hazy. There are many fires in Montana and Canada which is close to us. Sympathy to the family and all of Great Britain for the loss of Queen Elizabeth II, who reigned for 70 years. Here is Whitewater news: Sally Austin attended the Catholic Church in Malta. The church celebrated the birthday of “Mother Mary” (Jesus’s mother). They had a delicious BBQ dinner follo...

  • Loring News for Wednesday, September 21, 2022

    Dixie Stordahl, PCN Correspondent|Sep 21, 2022

    The leaves left on the trees are gradually turning golden. I guess I can’t hold it off anymore! The temperatures have been in the 70’s, which is nice, too. Cindy Clark took in the volleyball games in Whitewater and Saco this week! She has taken a great liking to the game! An eagle has been hanging around on one of the poles close to my home. I think it’s a young bald eagle or a young golden. Lu Besel and I met in Malta on Friday for dinner at the Hitching Post! It was a Chinese meal. Delic...

  • North Country News for Wednesday, September 21, 2022

    Pat Murdock, PCN Correspondent|Sep 21, 2022

    Little Stone Anderson, son of Jace and Shae Anderson, celebrated his 2nd birthday on the 19th at his parents’ home in Glasgow. Our neighbor lady Bri (Devon) Brooks has a new hobby decorating cakes and cookies for special occasions or just for fun. She lives at the Mavencamp farm, Monte was Devons's Grandpa, Charlene is his mother. Bruce Hill will be at an art show in Lewistown Saturday. Bruce belongs to "The Wild Bunch" group of artists. He paints too. Bruce and Lyn Hill held their annual Christian Youth Camp in the Little Rockies over Labor D...

  • Dodson News for Wednesday, September 21, 2022

    Eldora Henry, PCN Correspondent|Sep 21, 2022

    Week of Sept. 14: David and Dawn (Minugh) Kassa have returned to Dodson to help and care for her dad, Al Minugh. They are running the store and have two boys going to school here this year. The Kirkaldi sisters served a delicious roast beef dinner at the Whapatu Center on Wednesday. Velyma Broadhead and Kay Taylor returned home to Dodson after visiting in Bozeman for several days. Velyma left Sunday to visit and help a daughter for a short while. Polly Solberg left on Amtrak for Minnesota to...

  • Briefly for Wednesday, September 21, 2022

    Sep 21, 2022

    Malta Senior Center BINGO is every Friday at 1:00 at the Malta Senior Center 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. All '60s Class Reunion Meeting 9-21 There will be an All 60’s Class Reunion meeting on September 21, at 5:30 pm, at the Tin Cup. Cereal Day for the Food Bank 9-22 Phillips County will be holding a Cereal Day Food Drive for the Food Bank on Sept. 22. Please drop off donations to the Food Bank located in the Senior Citizens Center, 1...

  • Memories for Wednesday, September 21, 2022

    Compiled by Kari Hould|Sep 21, 2022

    1 yrs ago Sept. 26, 2012 Student Count Dodson Schools started the year with a 23% increase in students. Most of them were transfers from Lodgepole. Students of the Month Samantha Dolphay and Devyn Salsbery were named Students of the Month for Dodson Schools. Mustangs on The Road The Mustangs were on the road to take on Plentywood after a 63-0 win over Harlem. Saco Champion Knows Her Rope Justinn Marshall of Saco earned the girls’ all-around championship at Miles City College over the weekend. Flags of Home National Guardsman SFC John Wiese, o...

  • Eastern Montana Community Mental Health Center Is Here to Help You

    Sep 21, 2022

    Who Am I? My name is Jesse. I love music and watching movies and spending time with friends and family. In the summer I like to swim, wakeboard, spend time with my kids, and skateboard. I wanted to work with Eastern Montana Community Mental Health Center to be a behavioral health certified peer support specialist so I can try to help others. My intent with my work is to make sure others do not feel as though they must remain in the shadow of their addiction. I remember how difficult it was to...

  • Continuing Education Scholarship Offered by VFW

    Sharon Kindle, Malta VFW|Sep 21, 2022

    This scholarship has a few twists and turns to meet for qualification in earning the scholarship. This can be used for college or at a vocational level. To be eligible, one must be 18 years or older and MUST be one of the following: -Current VFW Auxiliary member -Spouse of current VFW Auxiliary member -Son of current VFW Auxiliary member -Daughter of current VFW Auxiliary member -Qualifying member must have been a member of the VFW Auxiliary for (1) year by the application submission deadline. Four $1,000 scholarships will be awarded each...

  • PC Library looking for Comment on Saturday Closures

    Janeen Brookie, Phillips County Library|Sep 21, 2022

    The Phillips County Library Board met on Tuesday, August 23, 2022 and Bruce Christofferson, Phillips County Commissioner/PC Library Board member brought up that he would like to try keeping the library closed on Saturdays. After some discussion with the rest of the board, it was decided to give it a trial run on not opening Saturdays.If this will be a problem or cause hardship for the Library patrons, please contact the library at 406-654-2407 or drop off a written comment. You may also contact the library board members who are Terri Robinson,...

  • 2022 PC Mental Health Awareness Walk

    Pierre Bibbs, Publisher|Sep 21, 2022

    The Phillips County Health Department, Phillips County Coalition of Healthy Choices, and Phillips County Hospital teamed up for the 2022 Phillips County Mental Health Awareness Walk on Sunday, September 11. The gathering took place at Riverview Park and the walk, an option of a 5k or mile, took place at Malta's M-Trail. Refreshments and snacks were available at the Malta High School cafeteria. The event had over 100 volunteers and participants and raised about $900 for the fundraiser. Kaylie...

  • Mavs, M-ettes Clash in Whitewater

    Pierre Bibbs, Publisher|Sep 21, 2022

    The Malta Volleyball Team and North Country Maverick Volleyball Team clashed in a Tuesday, September 13, meeting of undefeated teams in the Penguin Palace in Whitewater. Though Malta swept North Country last season, the Mavericks won this match 3-2. The scores were NC 20 - M 25, NC 25 - M 20, NC 25 - M 20, NC 23 - M 25, and NC 15 - M 10. Teagan Erickson led the charge for North Country with 16 kills, 18 digs, and two blocks. Paige Wasson had 12 kills and 15 assists. Kora LaBrie and Kendall...

  • Mustangs Win Delayed Game

    Pierre Bibbs, Publisher|Sep 21, 2022

    Despite their homecoming game starting an hour and fifteen minutes later than anyone could have expected, the Malta Mustangs defeated the Shepherd Mustangs 24-19 late last Friday, September 17, in Malta. The game was meant to celebrate Malta's 100th Year Anniversary, but a lightning storm followed by hours of rain, put a damper on a team photo that would've included current and former Mustang Football Players after the game. The photo is now set to take place this Friday, September 24, after...

  • PCMS Racing Season Ends

    Kari Hould, PCN Staff|Sep 21, 2022

    As fall filled the air, a brisk pace at the dragstrip saw the slowing down and closing out of the 2022 season. Now begins the planning for 2023, dates, changes and updates. In Saturday’s Junior Big Dollar Race, dragsters from North Dakota swept the winner's ticket with Ansley Enget of Tioga, ND, taking first and fellow Tioga resident, Luke Neset, as runner-up. Sunday saw Brittney Thorton, of Lewistown, capturing first place in the BDBOX category. Jesse Dobson of Scobey, MT, claimed second. In t...

  • New Bests at Fort Peck for Malta XC

    Thea Solberg, PCN Correspondent|Sep 21, 2022

    The Malta Cross Country team performed well at the Scottie Invitational with almost the entire team posting their best performance of the season. "This is a very exciting meet because the competition is great and the course is fast." Malta Cross Country Coach Thea Solberg said. "This is the race that a person can run and post one of your best times of the season." This is not the usual cross-country course with grass and dirt roads that you might find at a golf course. Once you get over the prai...

  • Classifieds for Wednesday, September 21, 2022

    Sep 21, 2022

    CONLON LANDSCAPING For Sprinkler Blowouts, Repairs, Installation, and all other landscaping needs give me a call! Davy Conlon 406-390-3075 ----------------------- Home Health Care Provider Experienced Reasonable Rates Call Stacy Solberg for more info at: 406-529-6317 --------------------------- Malta School District Job Announcement CUSTODIAN JOB OPENING Malta Public Schools is accepting applications for the position of a full time Custodian. This position provides custodial services for the District inside and outside. Applicant will be hired...

  • Legals for Wednesday, September 21, 2022

    Sep 21, 2022

    MONTANA SEVENTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT, COUNTY OF PHILLIPS In re the Marriage of Eirik T. Barba-Ayala, Case No. DR-2022-10 Petitioner Order for Service of Summons by Publication and Leana K. Moran, Respondent Petitioner filed a Request for Service of Summons by Publication. The Clerk of District Court finds: 1. Petitioner filed a petition to dissolve the marriage between Petitioner and Respondent. 2. Respondent is a necessary and proper party to this case. 3. Respondent cannot be personally served because of the reasons listed in...

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