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  • New Owners of the Villa Theatre

    Mark Foss and Kari Miller|Dec 15, 2021

    The Villa Theatre has new owners and will start this weekend with Pictures with Santa on Saturday, December 18, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. with pictures provided by Lynne's Line Photography, followed by a showing of The Polar Express, sponsored by First State Bank of Malta at 2 p.m. An additional showing will be on Sunday, December 19, at 2 p.m. (suggested $5 donation). The new owners of the Villa are Kari Miller and her husband SaintLouis. Kari was born in a small town in Humboldt County,...

  • The Malta Chamber of Commerce would like to welcome Reed Veit with the Saddle and Strop Barber Shop to downtown Malta.

    Dec 1, 2021

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

    Bear Paw Development Corporation, For the PCN|Nov 10, 2021

    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 Development Corporation. Riley is a recent graduate of the Agriculture Operations Technology program, graduating with a minor in Small Business Management. This fall, she has returned to complete a second bachelor's in Business Administration, a minor in Business Technology, and a Certificate of Applied...

  • Kelly joins team at Independence Bank

    Oct 27, 2021

    Tanner grew up in Stanford, Montana. After graduating from Stanford High School, he attended college at the University of Montana Western on a rodeo scholarship, earning himself a BA in Business Administration with a Small Business option in the spring of 2012. Tanner moved to Malta in the fall of 2013, where he began his career as a loan officer. Tanner and his wife Randi have 3 children: daughters Charli (14) and TJ (4) and son Ellis (11). Tanner is active in the community as he is currently a...

  • Williamson Returns to Malta to Apply His Trade

    Mark Foss, PCN Staff|Oct 20, 2021

    Allen Williamson, son of Shey and Lesa Williamson, and 2016 Malta graduate has returned home to apply his college degree. After Malta, Williamson went to Rocky Mountain College in Billings, MT, where he played football for five years, and majored in exercise science. He graduated this past spring and is now working at Studio Stiles. "We are running different promotional classes every month out of the studio. This week, we are starting a Youth Boot Camp for 8th through 12th-grade students that...

  • Yeadon promoted at Independence Bank

    Oct 6, 2021

    Independence Bank is pleased to announce that Dean Yeadon has been promoted to the position of Loan Officer. Yeadon joined the Independence Bank team as a Lender in March of 2020. Dean was born and raised in Rhode Island and attended Northeastern University in Boston, MA., earning a degree in Mechanical Engineering. While at Northeastern, Dean played football for the Huskies. After graduation, Dean became an investment advisor earning his Series 7 & 63 security licenses. After providing...

  • Conservation Program Funding Application Cutoff is October 29

    Oct 6, 2021

    The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Montana has set an October 29, 2021, application cutoff for agricultural operators to be considered for the next conservation program funding cycle. The cutoff date applies to the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP), Conservation Stewardship Program-Classic (CSP), and the Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP). Learn more on the NRCS website or call your local USDA service center....

  • CHS Big Sky Presents Check to Malta Food Bank

    Georgia Williamson, CHS Big Sky|Sep 29, 2021

    On Tuesday, September 7, CHS Big Sky presented a check to the Malta Food Bank for money raised through our annual Harvest for Hunger food drive. Here is a little information on the drive. CHS Big Sky employees from across Montana have worked with farmers and ranchers, community organizations and businesses to fight rural hunger through the annual CHS Harvest for Hunger food, funds, and grain drive. Currently 1 in every 10 adults and 1 in 6 children in Montana struggle with hunger. People facing...

  • Family Matters Inc. to host Fall Style Show on Facebook Live

    Mark Foss, PCN Staff|Sep 29, 2021

    The Family Matters Crew invites you to their Fall Style Show 2021 on Thursday, September 30, at 7:00 p.m. via Facebook Live. "This will be our fourth Facebook Live style show," said Assistant Manager, Tessa Handley. "With the Facebook Live shows, we can reach a lot of people, and with the pandemic still going on, it cuts down on the number of people we have in the store at one time." "We will have a wide variety of local models to show off all of the new fall styles," said Manager Avery...

  • AMERICAN PRAIRIE UNVEILS A NEW LOOK

    Beth Saboe, American Prairie Reserve|Sep 29, 2021

    Twenty years ago, our Montana-based organization launched with the unprecedented mission of restoring an entire prairie ecosystem on the Northern Great Plains of Montana. Since 2001, we have completed 32 land transactions and grown the habitat base to more than 420,000 acres. And soon we will open the National Discovery Center in Lewistown, Montana as a gathering place for the prairie's communities and visitors from around the country and world. As we look forward to our next 20 years, we are...

  • FWP hires new warden in the Glasgow area

    Marc Kloker, MT FWP Region 6|Sep 22, 2021

    Hunters and anglers out in the field this fall may see a new friendly face. Wyatt Pickens was recently hired as the Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks field warden in Glasgow. Pickens will be covering Valley County and sharing working the Breaks districts (631 and 632), Fort Peck Reservoir, and the Missouri River with Warden John Huberty. Pickens, originally from Colorado, holds a bachelor's degree in Fish and Wildlife Management from MSU-Bozeman, where he was a Warden Trainee during his senior...

  • Simonson promoted at Independence Bank

    Sep 15, 2021

    Independence Bank is pleased to announce that Kourtney Simonson has been promoted to the position of Loan Officer. Simonson joined the Independence Bank team as a Lender in July of 2019. In her new position, Simonson will continue serving consumer, agriculture, and commercial customers. In addition, Kourtney is actively training to serve home loan customers. "We are pleased to announce Kourtney's position as Loan Officer said Casey Cote, Branch President. Kourtney continues to grow in her...

  • USDA Announces $600 Million to Increase Meat Processing Through the American Rescue Plan

    Roy Loewenstein, Press Secretary of Sen. Tester|Jul 14, 2021

    Following his direct appeal to Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack last month urging the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to make investments in new meat processing facilities, U.S. Senator Jon Tester today celebrated the USDA announcement that it would invest $500 million in meat and poultry capacity building with the goals of increasing choice and negotiation options for producers as well as $100 million in relief through a fee waiver for inspection and overtime fees for small and medium processors. This funding is provided through the Ame...

  • 2019 Phillips County News Black Friday Shopping Guide

    Nov 29, 2019

    12 Phillips County News Black Friday Shopping Guide...

  • Briefly for February 15,2017

    Feb 15, 2017

    Malta Senior Meals Thursday, Feb 16th -Spaghetti Friday, Feb 17th - Fish & chips Tuesday, Feb 21st - Roast beef Do you have a February birthday - sign up for February birthday meal certificate drawing. Fumigation Program 2-15. MSU Extension Pesticide Education Program and the MT Dept. of Ag will be offering a Fumigation Program targeting pesticide applicators conducting rodent and structural fumigations. It is worth six private applicator recertification credits and five commercial/government applicator credits. This will be held on Wednesday,...

  • Classified Ads for March 16, 2016

    Mar 16, 2016

    HELP WANTED POSITION AVAILABLE: Saco School District is looking for someone interested in the CLERK/BUSINESS MANAGER Position Interested persons should contact Gordon Hahn at 527-3531. Malta Dairy Queen Hiring We are now looking to hire and train for our Summer Staffing If you are wanting to earn more than minimum wage, enjoy meal discounts and save for college or another expense….DQ may be a good fit. Please stop by for an application and to set an interview. FOOD AND AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT CENTER DIRECTOR Bear Paw Development Corporation i...

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