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Dodson News for Wednesday, October 26, 2022

We were really surprised to wake up Sunday morning to our first snowstorm of the season & very cold temperatures. We were sorry to hear of the death of Danny Williams' wife, Carol. Condolences are sen...

 

Loring News for Wednesday, October 26, 2022

Last weekend the weather was cool and windy. When Monday came around the weather was perfect fall days through Thursday! Friday was cool and windy and then the nice rain came in the night and hung...

 

Phillips County Museum News for Wednesday, October 19, 2022

They say that things happen in threes, and in 1966, residents of Phillips County took that to the extreme. Now, in my lifetime, I remember three or four instances of a car driving into a building. But within 10 days in April of 1966, there were...

 

Loring News for Wednesday, October 19, 2022

My sisters, Debbie and Dee, and brother, Scott arrived on Thursday! Debbie had part of her family with her, Sienna, Ayden, and Beau. On Friday we went to the Great Plains Dinosaur Museum. Ross Cowan...

 

In a Mulligan, I Would Be A Social Influencer...

If I had it to do all over again I’d become a social influencer. It’s a calling that seems to fit me. I have little talent. I don’t sing, dance, act, or play a musical instrument. My athletic...

 

I Haven't Crawled Like That Since 1990

Welp. I crawled into my crawl space. I have only been in my crawl space a few times over the last ten years, and hated it every time. This time. It was necessary. I needed a new dryer vent. In an...

 

Whitewater News & Opinion for Wednesday, October 19, 2022

Sympathy to all affected by the hurricanes in Florida. It is sad. Back to Montana. Good News! Dallas Green had a great check-up in Great Falls. Also, Joyce (Austin) Donovan did too, the same day. To...

 

Dodson News for Wednesday, October 19, 2022

Froze quite hard again last night but then turned into a pretty nice day. Supposed to start warming up for a few days tomorrow. The Mortenson's had a nice day yesterday for their outdoor wedding at...

 

Ace Knew What He Was Missing

It’s the season of the backup. Dot came up lame last week. She may have blown out a knee. I’ll know more when we go back to the vet. In the meantime she’s supposed to take it easy, which means n...

 

I Just Turned 35 and Had a Birthday Party?

Last Wednesday, October 5, I reached a milestone in terms of age. I turned 35. Typically I do not make a big deal about my day of birth. If someone was to ask me what I want for my birthday,...

 

Whitewater News & Opinion for Wednesday, October 12, 2022

Sympathy to the victims of Hurricane Ian in Florida. We are so lucky not to have hurricanes or volcanoes. Recently I talked to Candee Soennichsen, she said Sophia Stiles and Mikita Hellie are both...

 

Loring News for Wednesday, October 12, 2022

I have heard the Sandhill cranes as they fly over on their way south several days this week! On Saturday the Andrew Flansaas Suicide Awareness memorial run drew a crowd of participants to the Loring a...

 

Dodson News for Wednesday, October12, 2022

Looks like fall is definitely with us. The tree’s leaves in my yard are falling every day like snowflakes and most of the leaves are yellow. Lots of dew every morning and the sun is not so early....

 

North Country News for Wednesday, October 12, 2022

Therese Haynes Taylor's brother, Stacey Haynes from Missoula, stopped in to visit with Grandma Pat and his sister and, also Jesse Murdock from Ely, NV, who had also come Saturday afternoon for a visit. They are all in the area hunting. Bruce and Lyn...

 

Research Candidates and Issues

Dear Editor, Here we are in another election year. Let’s look at what’s happening in our nation. As a nation, we’ve destroyed future generations by aborting millions of the innocent. Roe vs Wade overturned pitching the decision back to the...

 

Hurricane Ian hit a familiar place

Hurricane Ian came ashore last week at a familiar spot: Cayo Costa, a barrier island on the Gulf coast of Florida. Barb and I used to trailer a boat from Montana to Florida every spring. We’d visit...

 

I'm Just Glad to Be Back in the Weight Room

The good news is that I have been working out again. The bad news is that I feel older than I was when I last consistently lifted. I remember the peak of my “strength” being when I could throw...

 

Whitewater News & Opinion for Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Sympathy to the family and friends of Pearl Peacher. We have been friends for over 40 years. Pearl worked every day up until her death. She was 90 years old. Rest in peace Pearl. You will be missed....

 

Loring News for Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Welcome October and thank you for the nice bit of rain! The cottonwood tree in my yard finally decided it really was fall and the leaves started turning a beautiful lemon yellow and falling on the...

 

Dodson News for Wednesday, October 5, 2022

The weather has certainly changed and is staying quite chilly. We are not seeing the sun as much as before and it is not nearly as warm as it has been when it is out. Almost wish for the hot again....

 
 By Pat Murdock    Opinion    October 5, 2022

North Country News for Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Cross Country 4-H was held at the Whitewater Lutheran church with Nolan and Julie Moore hosting! The members gave out cookies to area residents for 4-H week! Pat Murdock was glad to get a tray of treats! This is the 5th generation of 4-H people with...

 

It's All About the Burrowing Owls

Blame the burrowing owls. Fascinating little critters that they are, the tiny birds are apparently the reason Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge adopted a scorched-earth policy regarding habitat....

 

Whitewater News & Opinion for Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Montana’s own Senator Jon Tester was honored on the TV show “The View”. It is my favorite daytime TV show. Congratulations to our Whitewater Penguins and Mavericks on their recent wins in...

 

Loring News for Wednesday, September 28, 2022

What a perfect way for fall to begin! Temps in the 70s, a little breezy, had rain showers one day, night skies are fairly clear. I’ve seen quite a few migratory birds this week. Geese, yellow...

 

Dodson News for Wednesday, September 28, 2022

We finally got the first big freeze of the season and it really made things black. Been rather cool early every morning till the sun gets up and around. Steve and Judy Henry of Laurel were up...

 

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