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Articles from the January 11, 2019 edition

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The youngest Lovec

Hutson Vincent Lovec was born to proud parents Cory and Ashley Lovec on January 7 at 6:45 p.m., weighing 8 pounds 6 ounces and measuring 21 inches long. Paternal grandparents are Steven and Tricia...

 

Bright Ideas

I have never and will never make New Year’s resolutions. New Year’s resolutions are a matter of promising yourself to change habits. No promises will be made by me, just a best effort to change. By not making any promises, no promises will be...

 
 By Dean Meyer    Voices    January 11, 2019

Hat Tips

Hello, I’m not the biggest football fan around. I very seldom watch an entire game. That is unless it’s the Harding County Ranchers junior high team. Then I pack up Gramma and travel across two states to watch future NFL stars. I sit on hard...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, we’re already into January but have any of us made resolutions? If that word means to make “a firm decision on something,” how come we frail humans break our resolutions as fast as we make them? Maybe...

 

City bands embodied early Montana communities

The history of the Missoula City Band in many ways mirrors the history of Missoula, Montana. Since Missoula's virtual beginning – the time Montana was only a territory and not yet a state – the...

 

FWP closes on three conservation easements

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks finalized three significant conservation easements in the Habitat Montana program that will protect more than 18,000 acres and provide 970 hunter days a year. “I’m pleased we are able to expand public access and...

 

Early winter snowfall hit or miss across the treasure stat

BOZEMAN, Mont., Jan. 8, 2019 – After last winter’s record setting snowfall, the mountains across the state of Montana have received sporadic snowfall so far this year, leaving some river basins near normal for snowpack, while others are below...

 

Varsity Bulldogs enjoy weekend wins

The CCHS JV boys dropped a game to the Hawks last Friday in Broadus. As a team, they shot 5 for 8 on free throws and 3 for 11 from three point land. Tucker Tooke led the Bulldogs in points with 7, Wya...

 

Lady Dawgs topple Hawks, Terriers

Nine Bulldogs scored on the way to a JV girls win in Broadus last Friday. CCHS had 22 turnovers while Broadus had 39. The girls went 2-24 from behind the three point line and made 2 of 7 free throw...

 
 Events   

C & B Annual Meeting

The C & B State Cooperative Grazing District, which originated as Montana’s first established grazing district in 1934, will hold its annual meeting on Tuesday, January 15, at 4 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Wagon Wheel Café on Main...

 
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Blood drive next week at Events Center

What are your New Year's Resolutions? Vitalant and Darlene Rose encourage you to help meet the urgent need for blood and platelets by resolving to give blood this year starting in January, which is...

 
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Makoshika tourney

The Glendive Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture and the Dawson County Boys & Girls Club are once again joining forces to bring the area some of the best in youth basketball. Registration is now open for the 27th Annual Makoshika Youth Basketball...

 

Shooting Stars Invitational support

The Carter County 4-H Shooting Sports Program is asking for support at the 6th Annual 4-H Shooting Stars Invitational scheduled for Friday, February 1 and Saturday, February 2 at the Fallon County Shooting Range and Exhibit Hall. This event will...

 

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