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Articles from the November 10, 2021 edition

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 By Mark Foss    News    November 10, 2021

MHS Concert Choir and Band Hold Their Fall 2021 Show

The Malta High School Band and Choir put on an outstanding show on Tuesday, October 26, in the Malta Auditorium. The Malta Concert Choir got things started under the direction of Nancy Murdock. The...

 
 By Mark Foss    News    November 10, 2021

Night at the Museum: Raise a Glass

The Great Plains Dinosaur Museum held a 'Night at the Museum, Let's Raise a Glass' get-together on Friday, November 5, from 5:30-7:00 p.m. It was a chance for supporters and fans of the museum to...

 
 By Mark Foss    News    November 10, 2021

Phillips County Museum Receives Grant from MLTAF

The Phillips County Museum received a grant from the Montana Land Title Association Foundation for $1,000. The MLTAF was formed in 1995 and was organized for charitable and educational purposes and...

 
 By Mark Foss    News    November 10, 2021

Election Results Across Phillips County

Three Phillips County municipalities held elections on Tuesday, November 2. The town of Dodson had the busiest ballot in the county, with the mayor’s spot to be filled and two council member spots open. A total of 67 ballots were issued to active...

 
 By Mark Foss    News    November 10, 2021

Good Turn Out for Malta Chambers' Oktoberfest

The City of Malta kicked off the holiday season with its Oktoberfest celebration downtown on Thursday, October 28. Fun was had by all at the Stockman Terrace with a soup cook-off, scarecrow decorating contest, and trivia by Blue Ridge Brewery. In...

 

Solberg becomes Pastor at Elim Lutheran

Pastor Orvin Solberg was installed as pastor of Elim Lutheran Brethren Church in Malta on November 7, 2021. Director of North American Missions for the Church of the Lutheran Brethren, Pastor Nick...

 

Loring News for Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Even though the Great Plains Dinosaur Museum is closed for the season, we had a busy week. I gave a school tour on Wednesday, for a small group of very interested students! Then we had A Night at the...

 

Whitewater News & Opinion for Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Did you turn your clocks back? (It’s confusing) It is November! Happy Birthday to all November birthdays and anniversaries. It is hard to believe Thanksgiving is this month, November 25! In...

 

Dodson News for Wednesday, November 10, 2021

We had another nice rain on Saturday night. It was nice to wake up to see all the little puddles of water in the streets.It all helps make up from being so dry. Terri Cole and Bonnie Langford went to...

 

Letter to the Editor for Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Dear Editor, It was the second week of March 2020, Sonia and I were in Janesville, Wisconsin attending a seminar on raising game birds. Something I thought would be fun to do in retirement. At the conference there were participants from all over the...

 

Childhood memory of a farm in Illinois

My father certainly didn’t hunt as much as I do, but from the time I was 9 or 10 years old he always made sure to include me when he did go hunting. One trip we took every fall was to his...

 

Daryl Douglas Barrett

On Saturday, October 23rd 2021, Daryl Douglas Barrett "Doug", 79, passed away at Golden Options Care Assisted Living surrounded by family after a long battle with prostate cancer. Doug was born on January 1st, 1942 in Kansas City, Missouri. He was...

 

Saco High School Roars into the 2021 School Year

The 2021 school year started with a bang, as students studied the Roaring 20s and read The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. After completing the novel, the students each selected an icon from the...

 

Phillips County Museum News for Wednesday, November 10, 2021

An “Unsolved Murder / Disappearance” of Abe Gill was on our minds this week. This mystery involves some well-known Phillips County names such as the Coburn Ranch and Kid Curry. The story involves land disputes, water rights, and women!...

 

Briefly for Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Malta Senior Center BINGO is every Friday at 1:00 at the Malta Senior Center P.C. Historical Society Christmas Festival 11-10-21. Reminder: Entry Deadline for 'Rock'n Roll Christmas' Festival sponsored by P.C. Historical Society is November 10, 4:00...

 

Memories for Wednesday, November 10, 2021

10 years ago- Wednesday, November 9, 2011 City okays 4-hour parking signs at Little White Church Malta city officials hope to solve a parking problem in front of the Little White Church by installing signs limiting parking along the street in front...

 

Mortenson Moves into Interim Director of the Food and Ag Development Center (FADC) at Bear Paw

Riley Mortenson, current ASMSUN President, and Spring 2021 Agriculture Operations Technology graduate has accepted a position as Interim Director of the Food and Ag Development Center at Bear Paw Deve...

 

M-ettes punch ticket to state!!!!

For the first time since 2002, the Malta M-ettes Volleyball Team will be headed to the State B Volleyball Tournament. "Wow, I can't even put into words how proud we are of these young ladies," Malta H...

 

Legals for Wednesday, November 10, 2021

MONTANA 17th JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT PHILLIPS COUNTY In the Matter of Cause No. DV-2021-44 the Name Change of Order setting time and Levi (Holling) Tatafu, place of hearing application for An Adult change of name A Petition having been filed by Levi...

 

Classifieds for Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Shop Home for the Holidays With the holiday season now in full swing, it's more important than ever to keep our small businesses top of mind when tackling our shopping lists. The ability we all have to support our hometown's brothers and sisters,...

 

Season ends for North Country despite strong effort at Eastern C

The season came to an end for the North Country Mavericks Volleyball Team at the Eastern C Divisional in Sidney last Friday, November 5 . The young team went 1-2, defeating Broadus 3-1 in the first...

 

Dodson School 2021-22 First Quarter Honor Roll

The following Dodson School students have made the Honor Roll for the first quarter of the 2021-22 school year. High School "A" Honor Roll: Sebastian Best, Serena Chandler, Kataya Flansburg, Jeremy Henry, Koda Iron Bear, Jean Jackson, Akiyah James, M...

 

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