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Articles from the October 7, 2015 edition


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  • Safe and sound

    Mark Hebert, Editor|Oct 7, 2015

    Just 54-miles north of Malta sits the United States and Canadian Border. Just 10 or so feet south of the border is the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Morgan Port of Entry where Port Director Joshua St. Denis and his officers are charged with the task of safeguarding America’s borders from dangerous people and materials while at the same time being the first person many foreigners see when entering the country. “The beauty of our job, and why I love it so much, is a good portion of our...

  • Groups receive funds from PCCF

    Mark Hebert, Editor|Oct 7, 2015

    In mid-August, the Phillips Community Foundation (PCCF) announced their 2015 grant program had $10,000 to donate to county organizations and just two months later the foundation received requests for funds shooting over $50,000. Last Wednesday in the Great Northern Lodge Room, eight Phillips County groups were awarded funds to help assist with their community-based projects. "We were overwhelmed with the response to their recent grant cycle and are very pleased to announce the following funding...

  • Dodson Royalty

    Mark Hebert, Editor|Oct 7, 2015

    Leading the group of Fancy Dancers onto the gymnasium floor during the Native American Week Pow Wow at Dodson School two weeks ago was fifth grade Coyote Aliyah Wilson and atop her head sat the Ms. Mid-Winter Princess Crown she earned last February. “I earned money and my crown,” Wilson said of her victory …adding that she was not awarded a princesses castle after being named victor, but she was okay with that. Wilson said that the money earned, $200, is all spent (keep in mind this was seven...

  • Public Square Rosary this Saturday in Malta

    Mark Hebert, Editor|Oct 7, 2015

    This Saturday, October 10, a Public Square Rosary will once again be held at Veteran’s Memorial Park in Malta at noon to say a prayer for America. Tom Golik, who has been a Rally Captain for the Phillips County’s Public Square Rosary for the past four years, said he heard about the public gatherings in other towns across the country and decided that Malta should be holding one as well. “Usually about 12 to 15 people show up each year, but everyone is welcome,” Golik said. Golik said some years the Rosary is preceded by live music – Warren Ta...

  • Information sought in elk waste of game case in Southern Phillips County

    Oct 7, 2015

    Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking information for “waste of game” of a bull elk killed in Hunting District 622 near McCarty Coulee, by Timber Creek Bay, in southern Phillips County. The elk was likely killed on Thursday, September 17. FWP wardens Todd Tryan and Ben Morin said the elk, which had died from an arrow wound, had been partially skinned, poorly boned out, and had the head removed. Over 23 pounds of meat were later removed by wardens from the quarters, and both tenderloins were not removed. Montana Hunting Regulations req...

  • We are all limping into October

    Parker Heinlein, Outdoor Columnist|Oct 7, 2015

    September’s come and gone, and everybody’s limping. It must be bird season. By the time we got home yesterday Ace was carrying a hind leg. I’d pulled a cactus ball out of his foot earlier in the day and he seemed fine. I hope he just has a sore foot. If not, Jem’s ready to go. But Jem’s always ready to go even if he’s limping. I don’t hunt him every day anymore and he hates that. When I leave him at home he just stares at me and while I know it’s for the best I still feel guilty. Spot used to ma...

  • Excited about some good, ol' fashion deer hunting

    Brandon Nicholson, Columnist|Oct 7, 2015

    Well Malta, it is getting closer and closer to that general deer season! I have not been this excited to do some good ol’ fashioned deer hunting in a long time. The weather has been cooperative, and from the sounds of it, the wildlife population is thriving this year. If only I would have taken bow-hunter’s safety as a kid too. I could have already been done with my efforts on this side of the state too, if only I was as proficient with a bow the way my best friend is. However, this is a lot easier said than done, because the last time I sho...

  • This was supposed to be about my reunion

    Pierre Bibbs, Sports Editor|Oct 7, 2015

    In high school I was never one to have “school spirit.” I was never the type to yell from the top of my lungs during our football games. As far as after school activities, the most I was involved was lifting weights after class. I didn’t hang out with many of my friends and or acquaintances after school was out. I was never a straight A student or star athlete. In ten years, I haven’t talked to more than ten people that I graduated with. That didn’t stop me from attending my ten year reunion a...

  • Richard Alonzo Sudduth

    Oct 7, 2015

    Born on January 14, 1945 in a home in Saco, Mont., Richard Alonzo Sudduth, Jr. was the first-born child of Richard and Marion (Robbins) Sudduth, Sr. He was raised in Hinsdale, Mont., and graduated from Hinsdale High School in 1963. On June 18, 1967 he married Mary Sue Knudson of Saco who became his partner in life. Their son, Richard Kenneth Sudduth was born on June 25th, 1971. They lived in the Saco community for over 35 years after traveling to other parts of the United States. Rich was a farm...

  • Mary Sue Knudson Sudduth

    Oct 7, 2015

    Mary Sue Knudson Sudduth was born April 20th, 1947 in Glasgow, Mont., to Kenneth and Jane Knudson. Raised on a farm NW of Saco, she graduated from Saco High School in 1965. She attended Billings Business College which prepared her for her work as a legal secretary as well as a medical secretary. On June 18th, 1967 she married Richard Alonzo Sudduth, Jr. in Saco, Mont. Their son, Richard Kenneth Sudduth (Richie), was born June 25th, 1971. Mary Sue was a lifelong member of the Saco Methodist...

  • Cecelia "Tootsie" LaFond

    Oct 7, 2015

    MALTA-Cecelia "Tootsie" LaFond, 89, our beloved mother, died Oct. 1, 2015 at the Hi-Line Retirement Center of natural causes. Rosary will be 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, October 7, 2015 at the Kirkwood Memorial Chapel in Malta. Funeral services will be 10 a.m., Thursday, October 8, 2015 at the chapel. Interment will be in the Malta Cemetery. Condolences for the family may be left at www.kirkwoodfuneralhome.com. Cecelia was the last of eight children born to Louie and Nolia Fortin of the Harb community...

  • Dodson News for October 7, 2015

    Eldora Henry, PCN Correspondent|Oct 7, 2015

    We have gotten a significant amount of rain over the last few days, really soaking things up. Those with winter wheat planted can be very happy as this should give it a very good start. Dora Henry’s family home for their uncle Wally’s funeral included Steve and Judy, Bill and Marilyn, Art and Sandy, Cheryl and Todd and Teresa. It was a sad occasion but nice to see many relatives and friends that we had not seen for some time. Wink and Terri Cole were home from Billings this weekend. The annual C...

  • Briefly for the week of October 7, 2015

    Oct 7, 2015

    Senior Meals Thursday, October 8th - Stuffed Green Peppers Friday, October 9th - Fish & Chips Tuesday, October 13th - Chicken Dinner September birthdays we know about - Eva Bruckner, Judy Clausen, Dagmar Farstad, Jeanette Heinle, Delmar LaBrie, Judy Messerly, Leslie Morin, Betty Opland, Barb Schlocker, Faye Seel, Harvey Smith, and Ruth Teske. And the winner is: Betty Opland - Congratulations! AA Meeting Saturdays. The Outback AA Meeting is held every Saturday at 4 p.m. at 139 9th St. SW in Malta. Malta Walleye Meeting 10-8. On Thursday,...

  • Cort John Salveson

    Oct 7, 2015

    Jade and Kyle Salveson of Malta, Mont., are happy to announce the birth of their son, Cort John Salveson, on September 22, 2015. Cort was born at 9:02 p.m. and weighs 7 pounds and 14 ounces and is 19 ½ inches long. Cort is the grandson of Lee and Roseann Carpenter of Great Falls, Mont., and Jerry and Gloria Salveson of Malta, Mont. Cort joins sister Codi and brothers Colter and Chet at home....

  • Will Atkin Brown

    Oct 7, 2015

    Anna Monroe Brown proudly announces the arrival of her baby brother. Will Atkin Brown, born on September 16, 2015 at 8.0 lbs and 20 1/2 inches long. Will's parents are Katie and Ted Brown of Dodson. Maternal Grandparents are Monroe Anderson & Laurie Rustad of Malta and Paula & Mike Eberling of Sidney. Maternal Great Grandfather is William 'Sonny' Anderson and the late Arlene Anderson of Malta. Paternal Grandparents are George & Sherri Brown of Malta and Liz & Audie Simpson of Saco. Paternal...

  • PC Extension, Conservation hold shelterbelt workshop

    Sarah Osmundson, Reporter|Oct 7, 2015

    On Wednesday, September 23, the Phillips County Extension and the PC Conservation District hosted a Shelterbelt Workshop. The workshop guest speaker was Dr. Peter F. Kolb, the MSU Extension Forestry Specialist and an Associate Professor of Forest Ecology & Management housed at the University of Montana in the Department of Forest Management. Dr. Kolb has over 30 years of experience and shared with a group of a dozen Phillips County residents' proper shelterbelt choices and care for our area....

  • Whitewater News for the Week of October 7, 2015

    Helen Austin, PCN Correspondent|Oct 7, 2015

    Sympathy to Becky Anderson’s family, and to Elaine E., on the loss of Becky’s brother, and Elaine’s son, in Washington state. Some of the family traveled to Washington in order to attend the funeral. Get well wishes to Margie Olson and others around the county who are sick. Janet Brown – my sister – has been visiting with relatives and friends. We attended churches and a volleyball game and had hotdogs and soft pretzels while we were at the game. The Dallas Green family all went to Billings...

  • Card News for October 7, 2015

    Oct 7, 2015

    Hi-Line Whist On Friday, September 25, Pearl and LeRoy defeated Agnes and Mary 14-7 and 13-11. Malta Duplicate Bridge On Wednesday, September 16, Donna Olson and Les Solberg tied with Byron Ereaux and Malcolm Clouse for first place. Monday saw Byron and Keith Stine capture first place and second was awarded to Madelyn Anderson and Nellie Ereaux. On Wednesday, eptember 23, Keith Stine and Byron Ereaux captured first and Les Solberg and Donna Olson were awarded second. Monday’s winners were Lois Goodheart and Keith Stine. Second place went to Bob...

  • Memories for the Week of October 7, 2015

    Mark Hebert, Editor|Oct 7, 2015

    1 years ago October 7, 1915 Shaw always on the job Frank Dalk and John Lester were arrested last Monday evening by Sheriff Shaw for carrying concealed weapons and taken to Malta where they received a sentence of 100 days in the county jail. The two were standing in the Palaco Saloon when Sheriff Shaw entered. He had been suspicious of the pair earlier in the evening and had them under his surveillance for some time. When attempting to arrest, one of them tried to pull a gun from his pocket...

  • In the spotlight for October 7, 2015; Shirley Legg

    Mark Hebert, Editor|Oct 7, 2015

    Favorite Meal: Plain Cheeseburger and Fries Favorite Animal: Cats, but I don't have any Favorite Hobby: Reading Favorite Book: The Bible Favorite Vacation Spot: Hawaii, I've been there a few times Occupation before retirement: Last job was with BLM Bonus Answer: Shirley was the first female mayor of Malta, a position she held for six years and enjoyed very much....

  • Grapevine for week of October 7, 2015

    Mark Hebert, Editor|Oct 7, 2015

    Grapevine questions for this week were answered in Loring, population 7.5 (one part time resident.) Question A: What is the best thing about Loring? Question B: The Annual Loring Dance -- hosted by the Loring Women's Club -- is this Saturday (Oct. 2), will you be there and what is your favorite part of the night?...

  • Phillips County Sheriff's Report for week of October 7, 2015

    P.C. Sheriffs Office|Oct 7, 2015

    PHILLIPS COUNTY SHERIFF NEWS LOG September 10 thru portion of September 20 Check out our website: www.phillipscountysheriff.org and our Facebook page, Phillips County Sheriff’s Office. September 10, 2015 1:52 a.m. Male reported an abandoned ATV in the middle of Hwy 191 south of Malta; Deputies responded to the call; male found to be on his way home, was not intoxicated just tired. 8:54 a.m. 911 received requesting an ambulance on the reservation; call transferred to Ft Belknap LE. 9:56 a.m. Deputy received a verbal complaint regarding a v...

  • Housing Study Kick Off Meeting to be held in Malta

    Oct 7, 2015

    On Thursday, October 15th at 5 p.m. the City of Malta will be holding a Housing Study Kickoff meeting at City Hall. Residents are encouraged to attend this meeting and share their thoughts about the housing needs, barriers, and opportunities in their communities. The Housing Study is a collaboration between the Cities of Chinook, Harlem, and Malta which will analyze and prepare recommendations to address housing needs in the 3 similar sized communities. For many years, the lack of quality, affordable housing has played a large role in the...

  • Hunting Photos for the week of October 7, 2015

    Oct 7, 2015

  • Legal Ads for October 7, 2015

    Oct 7, 2015

    DAN O’BRIEN, Cole, Amestoy & O’Brien, PLLP PO Box 1280 Malta, Montana 59538 Phone: (406)654-2541 Attorneys for Personal Representative MONTANA SEVENTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT, PHILLIPS COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE Probate No. DP- 2015- 16 OF NOTICE TO CREDITORS HELEN LOUISE BLEVINS, 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 required to present their claims within four months after the date of the...

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