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  • 2023 Ag Day Essay Winners Selected

    Kari Hould, PCN Staff|Nov 22, 2023

    Following the Ag Day presentation last month by the PC Cattlewomen, on Tuesday, November 14, an essay contest was held for those attending. This last week, Taylor French, President of the Cattlewomen, was at the Elementary School to present awards to those selected. The boy's winning essay in second grade was by Tavi Lulloff. First place winner for girls was Olivia Tollefson. Third grade winning essay authors were for the boys, Knox Sorenson and first place was for girls awarded to Gemma Wright....

  • Meet the New Librarian

    Kari Hould, PCN Staff|Nov 22, 2023

    Phillips County gained a new employee with the addition of Crystal Klein as the new Librarian. She was selected from applicants upon the retirement of Janeen Brookie, who retired after 28 years as the County Librarian. Crystal started on November 6th and joins Michelle Mitchell, part-time aide at the library. Although not a new face in the community, Crystal is relatively new to many. Previously she was employed at Valley Drug as a clerk. She provided her two weeks' notice to accommodate her...

  • Nordlund Named Army National Guard Recruiter

    Kari Hould, PCN Staff|Nov 22, 2023

    Montana Army National Guard Recruiter (MANG), Doug Nordlund, is the new recruiter in the area, and chose to move to Malta to locate. He has been in the Guards twelve and a half years and as of last Thursday, has been on his new job for 16 days. Doug has a family, his wife, Jordan, and four children. They are looking forward to the change; they have been in Missoula, where he was in the flooring industry. When the job opening came up, they visited and weighed the options. No stranger to the...

  • 9-8-8 is Here to Save Lives

    Kari Hould, PCN Staff|Nov 22, 2023

    A recently activated emergency phone number: three numbers... 9-8-8 is here to save lives. This is the new suicide hotline that will provide callers with help at the end of the line. By calling or texting 988 the caller will get emotional support from crisis counselors who understand and care. The number is available 24/7 across the nation. Anyone who is depressed or finds themselves going through hard times and needs someone to talk to or is thinking about suicide or self-harm can use the servi...

  • Ace Doesn't Know When to Quit

    Parker Heinlein, Outdoors Columnist|Nov 22, 2023

    I have a picture on my phone of Ace and a sharptail grouse I shot early this season. It was, I feared, the old dog’s last hunt. A couple of months shy of his 13th birthday, Ace is about done. Or so I thought. But I just took another photo of him with a bird last week, and I suspect it won’t be the last either. Like Joe Biden, Ace doesn’t know when to quit. He can’t hear. He stumbles. It’s often hard to tell if he’s dead or simply asleep. Barb and I have even been talking about getting a p...

  • Things I am Thankful for... 2023 Edition

    Pierre Bibbs, Play Ball|Nov 22, 2023

    There are many weeks, I simply don’t know what to write about in this section, this week should be a layup, right? Things that I am thankful for in 2023? The first answer is the most obvious. My family. When times get rough and my mental state isn’t positive, my wife and kids keep me grounded. I remember praying for years for my future wife. Boy, did I get blessed. It is because of Susan that I am even here in Malta. She was worth the move. I am thankful for the love that my family and I have re...

  • Gladys M. Carnahan (January 11, 1937 - November 9, 2023)

    Nov 22, 2023

    Gladys M. Carnahan, 86, of Lewistown, passed away Thursday, November 9, 2023, at the Riverstone Hospice House in Billings with her daughter by her side. She was born to her parents Walter and Lillian Jefcoat on January 11, 1937, in Durango, Colorado. Gladys married Jerry Maloney in 1953. They had six children together. She married Gene Carnahan on October 16, 2004. Gene always called her "My Lady". Gladys was a hard-working woman, compassionate, loving and always giving. Being addicted to cleanl...

  • Loring News for Wednesday, November 22, 2023

    Dixie Stordahl, PCN Correspondent|Nov 22, 2023

    Happy Thanksgiving to all! I'm in Loring as I write this, but I’ll be back in Billings to have Thanksgiving with my kids and grandkids! I’m so thankful! Just as God promised, things come together as He sets out. Right now, I am having trouble with my left eye. I just can’t see the way I should. So, I don’t drive because it’s scary to not see correctly, right now. I think it’ll be figured out when I have my next tests. But anyway, Nancy Murdock wanted to see Mannheim Steamroller in Billings. S...

  • Whitewater News & Opinion for Wednesday, November 22, 2023

    Helen Austin, PCN Correspondent|Nov 22, 2023

    Montana’s own Senator Jon Tester is again running for another term. Good luck to him. He lives in Big Sandy, Montana where his family has farmed and ranched for three generations. Curt Reicholt of Whitewater is a cousin to Senator Tester. The Reicholts lived close to Tester. Back in Whitewater, the Penguins/North Country Mavericks girls’ volleyball took 3rd in State. Congratulations to all the participants. Now basketball season begins; practices start now. North Country attended the funeral of...

  • Phillips County Museum News for Wednesday, November 22, 2023

    Rose Teske, P. C. Museum Curator|Nov 22, 2023

    In the late 1920s and early 1930s, a lot of poultry was raised for sale in Phillips County. In 1931, 39,543 pounds of turkeys, ducks, geese and chicken were shipped through the Phillips County Turkey Pool. Fifty-six growers sold through the Pool that year. In December 1932, nearly 20,000 pounds of dressed turkeys were shipped from Malta to eastern markets for the Christmas season. It was stated that 95% of the birds delivered were graded prime and the balance were choice. A few commercial-grade birds were sold locally at ten cents per pound. Th...

  • Briefly for Wednesday, November 22, 2023

    Nov 22, 2023

    Malta Senior Center BINGO is every Friday at 1:00 at the Malta Senior Center Malta School Board Mtg School Board Meetings are held every second Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. in the MHS Boardroom. Times and dates are subject to change. City Council Meetings City Council Meetings are held on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at City Hall at 5 p.m. 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. Lunch at River’s Bend Mon. and Wed. River’s Ben...

  • Memories for Wednesday, November 22, 2023

    Compiled by Kari Hould|Nov 22, 2023

    1 yrs ago Nov. 20, 2013 Cecelia Lankford, mother of fourteen, was honored on the occasion of her 100th birthday. Charles G. Mahan, of Malta, and a Nevada man were convicted and sentenced on hunting-related charges in Phillips County Justice Court. Mahan, who had previously lost his hunting privileges for life, paid $6,310 and was sentenced to 180 days in jail, which he served under house arrest. The Sheriff’s Office received a report of a mutilation of a cow on the South Wagner Road, Hwy 363. The udder area of the cow had been cut away with a...

  • Classifieds for Wednesday, November 22, 2023

    Nov 22, 2023

    Glasgow Courier NEWSPAPER REPORTER The Glasgow Courier, a weekly newspaper in Glasgow, Mont., is seeking a community-focused reporter interested in government, feature and general news writing to become part of our great team. The ideal candidate will be committed to excellent writing and accurate reporting while covering Valley County. The job encompasses a variety of responsibilities including but not limited to, generating own story ideas, reporting, writing and photography. The position will involve evening and weekend work and some travel...

  • Legals for Wednesday, November 22, 2023

    Nov 22, 2023

    The City of Malta is requesting that all recreational vehicles be removed from city streets and alleys. Ordinance #422 defines recreational vehicles as motor homes, campers, boat trailers, utility trailers and others. These vehicles are to remain off city streets and alleys for the period of December 1 to March 1 in order for efficient snow removal. Recreation vehicles not removed from off the city streets and alleys will be tagged and towed. (Published by Phillips County News 11/08, 11/15, 11/22, 11/29/2023) MNAXLP ---------------------------...

  • Federal Court Arraignments For November 17

    U.S. Attorney's Office District of Montana|Nov 22, 2023

    The U.S. Attorney’s Office announced that the following persons were arraigned or appeared recently before U.S. Magistrate judges on indictments handed down by the Grand Jury or on criminal complaints. The charging documents are merely accusations and defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt: Appearing in Great Falls before U.S. Magistrate Judge John T. Johnston and pleading not guilty on Nov. 14 was: Autumn Rose Rider, 28, of Browning, on charges of assault resulting in serious bodily injury. If convicted...

  • End of Year Stats For Mustangs

    Pierre Bibbs, Publisher|Nov 22, 2023

    The Malta Mustangs football team was 5-5 in their 2023 campaign. The team finished second in the Northern B Conference and ultimately fell 40-22 to Three Forks in the first round of the playoffs on Saturday, October 28. The team had six athletes named to the 2023 Northern B All-Conference list, including Stockton Oxarart who was the lone Mustang named to the All-State list. Oxarart earned first team honors at quarterback on offense and first team honors at defensive back. Junior Blaine Downing...

  • Eight Malta Middle School Wrestlers Place First in Williston

    Steve French, For the PCN|Nov 22, 2023

    Twenty-two Malta Middle School wrestlers competed in the Lewistown Middle School meet on Tuesday, November 14. The competition was tough with teams from Fergus, Huntley, Malta, Lockwood, St. Francis, Colstrip an Roundup competing. Most of the brackets had four wrestlers in them. Wrestlers that received fourth place and were 0-3 on the tournament were Colby Wright, Cameron Spencer, Beau Nelson, Steeler Blunt, Hudson Simons, Cord Newman and Kaiden Tharp. Colby, Steeler, Hudson and Cord were pinned in all their matches. Cameron lost two matches...

  • Coach Wasson Talks All Conference

    Nov 22, 2023

    The North Country Mavericks volleyball team ended their 2023 campaign with three postseason trophies for their cases including a first place trophy at the 1C District Tournament, second place trophy at the Eastern C Divisional Tournament, and a third place trophy at state. The team earned four spots on the 2023 District 1C Volleyball All-Conference list. Seniors Teagan Erickson and Paige Wasson were both named to the First-Team All-Conference list. Both Erickson and Wasson earned All-State...

  • Webb Inducted into MGA Hall of Fame

    Nov 22, 2023

    Gordon Webb, MHS Class of 08', was inducted into the Montana Golf Association Hall of Fame on Saturday....

  • Shooting Range Development Grant applications are open

    Nov 22, 2023

    Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is now accepting applications for Shooting Range Improvement Grants. Approximately $300,000 in funding is available. Application deadline is Feb. 1, 2024. Montana's Shooting Range Grant Program, administered by FWP, provides funding to non-profit shooting clubs, organizations, local governments and school districts to build and improve public shooting ranges throughout the state. To learn more about the Shooting Range Grant Program and to download this year's grant application, visit FWP’s website at f...

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