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Articles from the October 29, 2014 edition

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 By Mark Hebert    News    October 29, 2014

Phillips Transit Authority Free Fridays promotion set to run all November

In honor of the newest vehicle to their fleet, and fancy new paint jobs, the Phillips Transit Authority will be offering free rides aboard their buses each Friday of November, starting next week. "It...

 

Phillips County Election Guide for 2014

Two weeks ago the Phillips County News sent surveys to each candidate running in this year’s general election, whether they were running unopposed or not. We posed the same five questions of each of the candidates and are now running their...

 

Harvest Fest Parade of Lights Thursday

The annual Chamber of Commerce and Malta Merchants Committee Parade of Lights Harvest Fest on Thursday night and will feature shopping discounts, vendors and the start of the Christmas Scrip Season. Christmas Script will be available at the three par...

 

Briefly for week of October 29, 2014

Briefly Senior Dinner Meals Thursday, October 30th - Baked Chicken Friday, October 31st - Hot Hamburger Tuesday, November 4th - Turky Spagetti Starting in November we will be celebrating the birthdays of those born in the current month. The date...

 

Granddaughter and I come up empty

For the second year in a row I took my oldest granddaughter deer hunting. And for the second year in a row we came up empty. I hope she’s not too discouraged. If she is, she didn’t let on. In fact...

 

The blacker the coffee, the crazier the afternoon

Each morning that I arrive at the office, I make a pot of coffee to help me navigate my way out of the cobwebs and into productivity. We have a super-fancy Bunn Coffee Maker at the office that makes a mean cup-o-Joe and generally, before anyone else...

 

Consequences following MIPs lead to reduction in underage drinking in Phillips County

Dear Editor, According to public record, in March 2009, Judge Gayle Stahl reported to her office under the influence of alcohol which resulted in a report to the Judicial Standards’ Commission of the State of Montana. She received a written...

 
 By Pat Murdock    News    October 29, 2014

Plainsview News for October 29, 2014

Sunday afternoon visitors at the Dunbar Ranch were Grandma Debbie, Brie and baby Ryett Anderson. They enjoyed coffee with Shirley and Ruchard. Melissa (Mrs. Grant) Dunbar and 3-year-old Isla visited Grandma Shirley on day last week also. They live...

 
 By Eldora Henry    News    October 29, 2014

Whitewater News for the Week of October 29, 2014

Apologies to Patty Young for leaving your name off f the Norsk list last week. Whitewater Lutheran Church was packed on Sunday with many activities. There was a baptism for baby Mykel Jenson ...

 
 By Lori Taylor    News    October 29, 2014

Phillips County Museum News for the week of October 29, 2014

For some it was a necessity, a chore that had to be done each night by lantern light. For others left without husbands or family it was a better choice to make a living than more scandalous options. And for the privileged it was a way to showcase...

 

Loring News for week of October 29, 2014

Last weekend Dixie Stordahl traveled to Billings with Anjelica FourStar and Chance Love.Anjelica had business with MSU-B. Chance visited his Grandma Alice and Grandpa Chuck McAdams. Dixie visited her...

 
 By Eldora Henry    News    October 29, 2014

Dodson News for October 29, 2014

Doris Nicholson Whitley and friend Laverne of California visited briefly at the Edward Solberg and Dora Henry homes on Thursday evening.. Dora Henry was in Havre Wednesday and Thursday for car...

 

Remember to wear your Red Ribbon this Week

The Red Ribbon Campaign® is now the oldest and largest drug prevention program in the nation reaching millions of young people during Red Ribbon Week®, celebrated during the last full week of October each year. The Red Ribbon Campaign® was...

 

Connor Landon Eklund

Kris and Jeanette Eklund, of Billings, are the proud parents of a baby boy. Connor Landon Eklund was born on October 16, 2014 at 3:46 p.m. He weighed 7 lbs. 1 oz. and was 20" long. His paternal...

 

P.E.O. awards $500 to McMahon for college trip

Montana P.E.O. Chapter awarded Malta High School Senior Catherine McMahon $500 for travel expenses to visit Cottey College in Nevada, Missouri. Malta P.E.O. Chapter sponsored Catherine for this...

 

Anita Sandau

Anita Sandau 55 born in Malta to the late Louis and Alice Ferrell passed away October 19, 2014 with her family at her side. Anita was married to Don Sandau for 37 years. She worked various jobs in transportation. She was full of life and loved...

 

Timothy Mark Allen

SACO-Timothy Mark Allen "Big Uncle Tim" died at his home in Saco, October.18, 2014. Memorial services will be at a later date. Cremation has taken place. Condolences for the family may be left at www.kirkwoodfuneralhome.com. It is in great sadness...

 

Sally Farnham

Sally Farnham, a loving and devoted wife, mother, grandmother, sister, friend and child of God passed away on October 23, 2014. She died in her home surrounded by family after a long and courageous struggle with ovarian cancer. Sally was born on May...

 

Lt. Commander Joseph A. Wilson

Lt. Commander Joseph A. Wilson, United States Navy, died Wednesday, October 22, 2014, at his home in Chesapeake, Virginia. He was 35 years old. He was born on November 29, 1978 in Havre, Montana to the late Joe Wilson and Joyce (Wilson) Robinson of...

 
 By Mark Hebert    News    October 29, 2014

Memories for the Week of October 29, 2014

October 29, 1914 100 years ago Local News: The Glasgow News says that when Phillips County is created it will cost Valley County 36 ½ percent of its revenues. A fellow by the name of Howe grew tired of staying in the county jail at Glasgow and...

 

Knuckle.. head...

I can be a knucklehead sometimes…. I wouldn’t advise anyone with a newborn to make an 18 hour trip anywhere. But my wife Susan and I did last weekend as we traveled to my hometown for my one-week...

 

Mustangs Football: Malta shreds Harlem 46-23

The Malta Mustangs already locked down second place in 2B football and solidified their place in the playoffs after defeating Wolf Point last week, however that didn't stop the team from smashing the...

 

M-ette Volleyball: Malta looks to win district tourney in Plentywood

Standing at number one in 2B volleyball, the Malta M-ettes look to capture the district tournament crown for the first time in Coach Julia Tatafu's program. Because of their 9-1 district record, the...

 

Wildfire Volleyball: Team opens against Lustre in 3-C Tournament

The Saco-Hinsdale Wildfire tied for second in 3-C volleyball with the Lustre Christian Lady Lions at 11:30 a.m. in Saco. Unfortunately both teams can’t have a bye game at this weekend’s...

 

Taylor brings Mustang Tradition to Rocky Mountain College Battlin' Bears

RJ Taylor, a former Malta Mustangs football standout, has been starting at left cornerback for the Rocky Mountain College Battlin’ Bears. “My favorite part about playing for Malta, was just Malta...

 

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