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 By Kari Hould    News    December 7, 2022 

Christmas Festival Sets Mood for Season

The winter wonderland of enchantment filled the crisp air the evening of Thursday, December 1, as the young and the old came to partake in the Christmas Festival at the Phillips County Museum....

 
 By Kari Hould    News    December 7, 2022 

In the Season of Giving, They Gave

The gift that keeps on giving. Giving for life. Giving life. That is what donors lined up in the Event Center for on Thursday, December 1... the gift of donating blood. Utilizing the newly repurposed...

 
 By Janice Reichelt    News    December 7, 2022 

SOS Meets, Hoping to Help Youth

Kelly Cederberg and Kate Webb, Guidance Counselors at Malta Public Schools teamed up with therapist Morgan Streeter and Local Advisory Counselor (LAC) Chairman Janice Reichelt, to host an educational...

 
 By Kari Hould    News    December 7, 2022 

Dogs and Delinquency Addressed by City Council

Members of the Malta City Council met Tuesday, November 22, and opened with the pledge to the Flag. After the approval of the agenda and claims, Public Works Director Jim Truelove started on updates in the various projects of the City. Truelove...

 
 By Kari Hould    News    December 7, 2022 

Phillips County Hospital Looks at Positive Changes

With standing room only, the Phillips County Hospital Board met on Tuesday, November 29, with plans to provide the community they serve with some changes. Some changes have taken place, some will be in place in directly, and others will be...

 

Memories for Wednesday, December 7, 2022

10 yrs ago Dec. 5, 2012 Are we getting hosed…? Gas hit the highest price it has been in the year, and there are still several weeks in the year. Gas is averaging $3.63/gallon this year. Light up my life The Rotary Club is again sponsoring its...

 

Malta Middle School 2022-23 First Trimester Honor Roll

6th Grade: Kade Bleth, Peyton Branham, Lily Harms, Rhylee Kelley, Kendle Lankford, Miracle Love, Brekken Murray, Rhiaunna Simonson, Shaun Snellman, Shelby Snellman, Joshua Tams, Jace Tollefson, Cylas Van Heel, Titus Wiederrick, and Mackenzie Witmer....

 
 By Marc Kloker    News    December 7, 2022 

FWP Citizen Advisory Council special legislative open house meeting held December 13 in Havre

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks’ Region 6 Citizen Advisory Council (CAC) will meet from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 13, at the Best Western Plus Havre Inn and Suites, located at 1425 US-2 in Havre (on the hill), for a special legislative...

 
 By Marc Kloker    News    December 7, 2022 

Northeast Montana Havre check station results for the 2022 Season

The results are in from the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Havre check station for the 2022 hunting season. The check station was open for eight weekends from Oct. 8 (the open of general antelope) through Nov. 27 (the end of the deer/elk general se...

 

Montana Board of State Canvassers completes State Canvass for 2022 General Election

The Montana Board of State Canvassers completed the State Canvass for the 2022 General Election on Tuesday. Representatives from the Attorney General’s Office, Office of Public Instruction, and State Auditor’s Office conducted the procedure at...

 
 By Shyla Sunford    News    December 7, 2022 

Saco School News: Pep Club Brings Books and Serves Community

Breaking books out of book jail, one book at a time! Saco School's Pep Club bought a bunch of popular books, ones that specifically interest the students, but they have to earn them to get them out!...

 
 By Kari Hould    News    November 30, 2022

With Lights Glowing, Historical Society Hosts Festival

"Word has it, there will be a Victorian gent in a black top hat greeting guests as they walk in the door," stated Lori Taylor, curator at the Phillips County Museum. The night will be laced with fun,...

 

In December, Pearl Harbor Shadows All

Before we launch into Pearl Harbor, we must visit the Civil Air Patrol (CAP), who celebrates its birthday on December 1, of each year. Cadets range in ages from 12-20 with older members who are 18 and older. CAP missions include support of Red Cross...

 
 By Marc Kloker    News    November 30, 2022

Permit required to salvage vehicle-killed deer, elk, moose and antelope

Anyone wanting to salvage a road-killed deer, elk, moose or antelope must obtain a Vehicle-Killed Wildlife Salvage Permit. These are available at no cost and must be obtained within 24 hours of the time a person takes an animal into their...

 

FWP partnering with Eagle Scout Project to turn Christmas trees into fish habitat

Christmas trees sold this year by Glasgow Area Boy Scout Troop 861’s will not only be adorned with ornaments, but also turned into fish habitat. Lane Thompson, a member of Troop 861, and Fish, Wildlife & Parks fisheries staff are asking folks to re...

 

Memories for Wednesday, November 30, 2022

10 yrs ago Nov. 28, 2012 OH…the places you will see Wink and Terri Cole returned Sunday after visiting Zach and Sarah Cole at Ft. Polk, La. They were able to visit the French Quarters and other historical sites and landmarks. Small in number, big...

 

Practical Holiday Sobriety Tips

It can be one of the most joyous times of the year during the December holidays and New Year's day. Yet, it can also be stressful, emotional, and challenging for many families and individuals. More specifically, anyone struggling with a substance...

 

Farm Bureau Survey Shows Thanksgiving Dinner Cost Up 20%

Spending time with family and friends at Thanksgiving remains important for many Americans and this year the cost of the meal is also top of mind. Farm Bureau’s 37th annual survey provides a snapshot of the average cost of this year’s classic...

 

Class of '72 Donates $6,000 and Then Some....

The Malta Class of 1972 made a very generous donation of $6,000.00 to the Mustang Foundation. Talking with Malta High School Principal Mr. Bleth, it was decided that the best use of the money would...

 

What is the Mustang Foundation?

On December 24, 1995, the Malta High School and Junior high were destroyed by a fire. As so often happens in this community, the people of Malta were eager and willing to help in any way that they could. Many people in our great state wanted to help...

 
 By Kayla Walker    News    November 30, 2022

Three Small Tanks with a Large Impact

If there is a water line to add, a tank to set, or a unique water set up to try, it's likely Dusty Emond has done it on his ranch south of Malta, Montana. Of the nearly 12 miles of pipeline on his...

 

AG Knudsen offers four tips to avoid scams as Montanans begin Christmas shopping

Attorney General Austin Knudsen is reminding Montanans to be aware of common scams, which tend to increase during the holiday season, as they begin Christmas shopping. “Scammers are out this Christmas looking to take advantage of unsuspecting...

 
 By Pierre Bibbs    News    November 23, 2022

PCHC Hires Malta Grad as CEO

Earlier this month, the Phillips County Hospital and Family Health Clinic hired Jo Tharp, a 2005 graduate of Malta High School as their newest CEO. Tharp is the daughter of Mac McGinty and Willie...

 

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