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 By Pierre Bibbs    News    October 20, 2021 

Montana Talks Radio Show Comes to Malta

On Thursday, October 15, from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m., listeners around the state were able to listen to voices from Malta and the Phillips County area, as Aaron Flint the host of Montana Talks, set up in t...

 
 By Mark Foss    News    October 20, 2021 

Malta Fire Chief Updates City Council on Equipment Needed

Malta Fire Chief, Josh Newman, visited the Malta City Council at their regular meeting on Tuesday, October 12, to update them on equipment needed. Newman first informed the council that the overall fire call numbers are down for the year at this...

 
 By Mark Foss    News    October 20, 2021 

Vaccines, Jr. High Rodeo, Discussed at Packed MPS Meeting

The Malta School Board Meeting that was held on Wednesday, October 13, was standing room only with many visitors that night. The board was visited by two middle school girls that made a proposal for a Middle School Rodeo Team. The girls had a very...

 

Memories for Wednesday, October 20, 2021

10 years ago- Wednesday, October 19, 2011 Junky yards are a topic on the next city council agenda The topic of junky yards will be an agenda item on the next Malta City Council agenda. Mayor Shyla Jones requested the agenda item, after a discussion t...

 
 By Mark Foss    News    October 13, 2021

Covid-19 Upate: Cases back up in Phillips County

A recent spike in Covid-19 cases brings community awareness back to the forefront. Just two short months ago, on Monday, August 16, the Phillips County Health Department was reporting zero active...

 
 By Kari Hould    News    October 13, 2021

Gold Star Mothers Honored at VFW

Sunday, September 26th was National Gold Star Recognition Day, and locally it was observed by the VFW Auxiliary at Buster Deo Post 4067. Two Gold Star Mothers were honored and their loss was...

 

PSCO conducts drug search on US Highway 191

On Friday, October 1, 2021, a joint drug interdiction operation was conducted involving members of the Phillips County Sheriff’s Office, Montana Motor Carrier Services, Montana Highway Patrol, and a K-9 unit with the US Department of Fish Wildlife...

 

Memories for Wednesday, October 13, 2021

10 years ago- Wednesday, October 12, 2011 He’s back, 23 years later, walking for hospice Twenty-three years ago, Colin Skinner remembers it was cold and snowing hard when he walked into Malta sometime during November in 1988. “The weather’s...

 

Northeastern Arts Network 2021-22 Big Sky Series Schedule

The Northeastern Arts Network is BACK and pleased to present the 2021 - 22 Big Sky Concert Series to our community. Each musical act will be held in the Malta High School Auditorium. This year's serie...

 

PC Extension to hold Winter Feeding Discussion

Livestock operators are faced with tough feeding decisions from low quality to low volume of forages as we enter the winter-feeding period. Recognizing the volume of low-quality forages that may need to be fed this winter, Dr. Megan Van Emon will be...

 

Governor adds two members to Fish and Wildlife Commission

Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte appointed two additional members to the Fish and Wildlife Commission this week. The new members are William Lane of Ismay and Jana Waller of Florence. Lane is the current owner and operator of Crescent Cross Ranch and has...

 
 By Mark Foss    News    October 6, 2021

2nd Annual Andrew Flansaas Memorial Run Held in Loring

The 2nd annual Andrew Flansaas Memorial Run for Suicide Awareness and Prevention was held in Loring on Saturday, October 2, at 10:00 a.m. This year's event had 22 runners, almost doubling last year's...

 
 By Mark Foss    News    October 6, 2021

One City Council Seat up for Grabs in 2021 Municipal Election

There will be only two names on the ballot for this year's Municipal General Election on November 2, 2021. The seat for Ward 1, the west side of Malta, will be contested by incumbent David Rummel and...

 
 By Mark Foss    News    October 6, 2021

City Crew Starts Fall Preparations

During the last city council meeting on Tuesday, September 28, 2021, Public Works Director Jim Truelove said, “The crew is currently blowing out the sprinkler lines in the parks. That should be done this week. We will then start on trimming the...

 

Dodson youth found deceased in auto accident

On the morning of Sunday, October 3, Landen Fox, a 15-year-old, and resident of Dodson was found deceased in a one vehicle accident on US Highway 2. The name of the youth was released to the PCN after the family was notified. The following is the...

 
 By Kyler Nerison    News    October 6, 2021

AG Knudsen calls on Feds to scrap APR's illegal grazing permit change request

Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen is calling on the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to scrap its rubber-stamp analysis of the American Prairie Reserve’s (APR) radical grazing change of use permit proposal aimed at fundamentally transforming...

 

Grief Support Group to meet monthly

We are continuing our informal Grief Support Group by having gatherings once a month. The first Wednesday of the month we will meet at 6:30 to 7:30 at Dianne Salsbery’s residence beginning in October. Our once a month meeting will provide support...

 
 By Kari Hould    News    October 6, 2021

September was a Month of Remembrance

As the month of September “leaves” us we are left with gentle reminders of the ever presence of the military in our lives and community. A busy one, the month of September was filled with a time of reflection and remembrance time. The first week...

 
 By Kari Hould    News    October 6, 2021

POW/MIA Day Quietly Observed

The granddaugher of a Vietnam veteran, and great granddaughter of a Korean War veteran, Lauren Tuss, took pride and honor in the POW/MIA day of remembrance and honor. On Friday, September 17, she crea...

 

Memories for Wednesday, October 6, 2021

10 years ago- Wednesday, October 5, 2011 Mayor proposes keeping the base water rate at $21.50 for the first 30,000 gallons per month The Malta City Council is looking at a water billing option using meters which would maintain the current base rate...

 
 By Mark Foss    News    September 29, 2021

TC Energy Begins Pipeline Removal in Montana

In June, 2021, TC Energy cancelled its Keystone XL Pipeline project. A decision that was ultimately made in January, once President Joe Biden removed the permit it needed to cross into the U.S. from Canada. TC Energy provided details of its plan in...

 

Drought pushes US beef cow herd inventory below 60 year low

The latest drought monitor (September 7, 2021) shows that 36% of the US is in drought level D2 or higher. Most of this is concentrated in the west with 80% D2 or higher and plains states at 42% D2. Wi...

 

Phillips County Library Resumes Storytime

The Phillips County Library will be holding Storytime on Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. for children ages 0 to 5 with guardians participating in the fun, too....

 

Landusky Fall Fundraiser on October 23

The Landusky Fall Fundraiser will be held at the Landusky Community Center in Landusky on October 23, 2021 from 3 pm to 7:30 pm. We will be having a meal consisting of soups, buns, corn bread, and pies (donations will be accepted for the food) meal...

 

Memories for Wednesday, September 29, 2021

10 years ago- Wednesday, September 28, 2011 Three firms interested in doing a study The condition of Malta’s water system, parking, and repair of city infrastructure occupied the Malta City Council Tuesday. Mayor Shyla Jones reported the city...

 

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