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Articles from the October 21, 2020 edition

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City Council vote 'no' on chickens, bridge update

The City Council got straight down to business at the first City Council meeting in October. City Manager provided an update on the Public Works department, relaying that work continues as the crews...

 

Oktoberfest and Scrip Kickoff is October 29th

While the weather this week may seem like we’ve been cheated out of the glory days of fall and sent straight to winter, luckily we have time to celebrate the harvest and start prepping to spoil our loved ones thanks our Malta banks, The Malta Area...

 

Old Man Winter arrives early

A snowplow makes its way north on Central Avenue in Malta on Monday morning as snow hit Phillips County late Sunday night and is expected through the week. Photo by Mark Hebert....

 

Join together to celebrate National Unity Day on October 21st

As National Bullying Prevention month comes to a close, resident Kelly Cederberg would like to invite the community to stand together against bullying, and community united by their dedication to kindness, acceptance, and inclusion. The “ask” is...

 

Whitewater News & Opinion for October 21, 2020

Be sure to vote. I voted by absentee ballot and I will be glad when the election is over. Congratulations to the Penguin/North Country Mavericks team for winning games against the Circle Wildcats!...

 
 By Eldora Henry    News    October 21, 2020

Dodson News for October 21, 2020

The weather has been cold all week and seems like it is to stay that way for several more days at least. At least we have not had the snow they have had around Billings and the lower part of the...

 

Loring News for October 21, 2020

It seems that the antelope have started gathering into large groups. I saw two larger groups on my trip to Malta on Friday. I went over to Senior Meals on Wednesday. It's always fun to visit with...

 

Shooting range development grant applications are open

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks announces that the application period to apply for a shooting range improvement grant is now open. Completed applications must be received no later than Feb. 1. Montana's Shooting Range Grant Program, administered by...

 

Malta Schools obsolete sale Oct. 28

On October 28, 2020, the Malta School District will hold an obsolete sale from 9 a.m. until noon. No early birds and sale will start at 9 a.m. The sale will be held at the back of the Malta Head Start Building (also known as the old Country Home)...

 

Pass that old Winchester down

My 13-year-old grandson Isaac shot his first pheasant last week. He was using the shotgun I’d given him last year. A Model 1200 Winchester pump, it had been a Christmas present to me from my father...

 

Michael Alan Davis

Michael Alan Davis, 44, passed away on October 13, 2020, at his home, in Billings, Mont. He was born September 3, 1976 in Conrad, Mont., to Joseph Davis and Leann (Martin) Pankratz. Mike grew up in...

 

Sally Demarais Smith

Sally Demarais Smith, a loving wife, mother, daughter, and sister, left this world on September 26, 2020, at the age of 52 to join the Lord as an angel to watch over her extended family. Sally was...

 
 By Lori Taylor    News    October 21, 2020

Phillips County Museum News for October 21, 2020

Museum Notes Oct 21 Hunting season is upon us! I think Ernest Hemingway described the emotion associated with bird hunting when he said “I think they were all made to shoot because if they were not why did they give them that whirr of wings that...

 

Card News for October 21, 2020

Pinochle On October 6, Lou Olson took first with 6,950, second went to Nina Jones with 5,690 and there was no traveling prize awarded. On October 13, Clair Waters took first with 6,220, Al Kroll was second with 5,870, and the traveling prize was...

 

Missing Cat

September 25th was the last time Noelle Ehret saw her year and ½-year-old tabby cat, Bubba. He had been enjoying a little nap in the sun, and then he was just . . . gone. Thinking he may just be...

 

Briefly for October 21, 2020

Question-Answer Mail-in Consulting ADULTS ONLY. Get an analysis answer to a healthcare or life activities question within 3 to 6 postmark months. Applicable answer fees are $26 for 2 pages no reference, $36 for 3 pages one reference, or $46 for four...

 

Phillips County Sheriff's Report for Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Concealed Weapon Permits: New and renewal applications for Concealed Weapon Permits may be picked up at the Sheriff’s Office anytime. Once approved, you will be contacted to come in on Wednesday between 9 AM and noon for fingerprints and...

 

Yesterday's Phillips County News Memories for October 21, 2020

100 years ago October 21, 1920 The new high school building was to be dedicated on October 29. *** Mrs. E. R. Runge had died after a short illness. Mrs. Runge had been active in Red Cross work during...

 

Classifieds for October 21, 2020

Searching for Ranch to Lease Montana ranching couple searching for a ranch to lease and to run approx. 300 hd of Mother cows. Spring calvers. Need facilities. Will consider all options. Please call: Michele (406) 223-4410 -------------------- FOR...

 

Legal Ads for October 21, 2020

PUBLIC NOTICE The Montana Single Audit Act was established to help ensure that Montana local governments provide transparency and accountability to their taxpayers. The Act requires that all local governments complete & submit Annual Financial...

 

Malta falls to Eagles 14-6, headed to Cut Bank

The Malta Mustangs Football team (4-1) is hoping to bounce back as they head west to take on the Cut Bank Wolves on Friday, October 23. Malta suffered their first loss of the season to the Fairfield...

 

Penguins headed to State

While the Malta and Dodson teams went to Glasgow for the Nemont invitational, the Penguins Cross Country team went to the Sunburst Refiners Invitational on Thursday, October 15. "The girls are...

 

M-ettes win three of four

The Malta M-ettes Volleyball team improved there conference record last week winning three of their four games. The M-ettes had two double-headers last week, the first being against the Poplar...

 

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