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Local woman offers services to four-legged friends

Jennifer Bird first learned about equine massage therapy while attending Montana State University. "The things that therapists could do for a horse always intrigued me," she said. A 2007 Carter County...

 

Regional cowboy poetry gathering, Feb. 24

The 5th Annual Miles City Cowboy Poetry Gathering will be hosted by the Range Riders Museum on Sunday February 24th. Entertainment will kick off at 11:30 am with local talent Angie Dauben and Bob...

 

Bright Ideas

The government of the United States opened up last week (for three more weeks) to solve the problem of border security and the President’s preference for a border wall. Federal employees should get paid. The government had been shut down for over...

 
 By Dean Meyer    Voices    February 1, 2019

Hat Tips

Good Morning, To a rancher, this is a great time of year. The mailbox is filled with catalogs for bull sales. You know how your mailbox fills up around Christmas with catalogs from every place you ever dropped a dollar, or in the spring as the...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: The deer stopped in, they nosed about, we’d not seen deer for weeks! They check the trees because they know, Crabs aren’t on Mountain Peaks. They spied water in near birdbath, they all needed a drink. Twelve deer drank...

 

Lawmakers push legislation to address Montana's mental health crisis

When Brandi King finished a 14-month deployment with the United States Army, she returned home to Montana’s Fort Belknap Indian Reservation to heal. King carried with her the trauma she experienced during combat in Mosul, Iraq. She began to feel...

 

Montana Tales and Trails

Ever wonder on a cold, snowy winter day what fish are doing under the ice? The short answer is: about the same as the rest of the year. They breathe, eat and try to avoid being eaten. There are,...

 

Boys eke out win over Jordan

In a JV game at Plevna last Friday, the CCHS boys won by 14, despite committing 28 turnovers. Shane Burkhalter had a good game from the field, scoring all 14 of his points from inside the three-point...

 

Dogs dominate weekend opponents

The CCHS Lady Bulldogs scored 35 points in the first quarter against Plevna en route to a 48 point victory last Friday. The Cougars scored only 2 in the first, and 20 for the game. CCHS out-rebounded...

 

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