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Dale's road trip

Dale Dean was only four years old when his uncle, Rankin Dean, bought a new 1955 International Harvester R-110. The popular two-door pickups of the time were powered by a 100 horsepower inline-6...

 

Mid-Rivers offers $46,000 in scholarships to area students

Mid-Rivers Communications is offering $46,000 in scholarship funds for Eastern and Central Montana students. The Mid-Rivers Fund for Education, funded by unclaimed capital credits and donations of capital credits from members, has awarded over $426,0...

 

Cooking in the West

Each month, the “Western Ag Reporter” is going to highlight a front page "feel good story" to remind readers that although times are tough in agriculture, there is a sunny side. I think the only reason farmers and ranchers remain in agriculture...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, a couple weeks ago we heard about two acquaintances who had earlier this year, slipped and fallen, injuring their shoulder and back. Thankfully, their church families frequently contacted those two gals, as...

 

MCC nursing program in good standing with state board

The Miles Community College Nursing Program was officially moved from conditional status to full approval status with the Montana State Board of Nursing (SBON) in January, 2021. The program has been added to the list of Montana Board of Nursing...

 

Take the bull by the horns, legislature: Pass Country of Origin Labeling in Montana

Consumers have the right to know the origin of their beef purchases, and ranchers have the right to a fair and competitive market. This is a reasonable expectation. However, since 2015 Congress specifically exempted beef and pork from labeling laws....

 

Families in agriculture are adaptive, we all need them to continue

I originally wrote this for my hometown newspaper, in which I try to avoid politics to some length. With this below I thought that it all needs to be said straightforwardly, and politics unfortunately is interwoven deeply into the matter at hand,...

 

'Dogs defeat 'Stangs at home

The CCHS boys varsity basketball team lost a close contest against the Terriers in Terry last Thursday. The Bulldogs held a small lead at around the three minute mark in the fourth quarter before Terr... Full story

 

Lady Bulldogs win weekend contests

Nine Lady Bulldogs scored and all eleven players that were suited got in the game at Terry last Thursday. Lady Blue went out to a 24-3 lead at the end of the first quarter and eventually won by 41...

 

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