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By Dixie Stordahl
PCN Correspondent 

Loring New for July 10, 2019


Happy July! And what a mixed up Mother Nature we have! The high temperatures ranged from the low 59’s to low 90’s! The rain was spotty, but where it rained, it was a deluge! We did not get terribly huge amounts at Loring where I live, but just five miles away it rained .8 inch. The Little Cottonwood Creek must have gotten a downpour because the gully by the highway was still running 3 hours later! Rain, it's a good thing. I've heard a few people complaining that they can't get the lawn mowed, etc. My dad would say don't complain about rain in Montana!

The goldfinches are back at the feeders, along with brown thrashers. The robins and meadowlarks are cruising around and the killdeer are raising a bunch of babies in the Loring Park! The whole town of Loring has been groomed to the nines! It looks beautiful, thank you, Clarks!

Sharon and Dusty Hill of Scobey, drove to Malta to spend the day with Leroy and Debbie Dyrdahl, to celebrate Leroy’s birthday on July 4! Happy birthday, Leroy!

Jeannie Schroeder and Saige and Zoey Stordahl spent the long weekend with Rod Stordahl and Gramma Dixie! We spent time painting, cooking, eating, and hot tubbing!

Lu Besel and Nancy Murdock accompanied me to the Fort Peck Theater on Sunday. “Mama Mia” did not disappoint! The music and acting were great! The theater was packed! I saw quite a few friends from Phillips County there.

Cary Woodruff, our paleontologist, invited me to enjoy the grilled steak, asparagus and corn on the cob for the Fourth of July, with Emily Keeble and Amanda Hendrix!

The Lumsden clan gathered together at Absarokee for a family reunion. Pete and Carol were the hosts at the Bob Lumsden home.

Have a great week!


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