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Articles from the April 26, 2019 edition

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The Frog Prince

Last week, Kayla McSorley and Ali Thompson from Missoula Children's Theatre spent their evenings with local elementary students as they prepared to perform "The Frog Prince." On Saturday, the group...

 

Dahl in the family

Dahl Memorial Healthcare held their annual blood draw last week at Carter County Events Center. Results of the draw will be available at the health fair review from 4 to 6 p.m. on Wednesday, May 1,...

 

CCHS competes at State FFA

On April 3-6, the CCHS FFA chapter spent the weekend in beautiful Bozeman for the 2019 Montana State FFA Convention. Members competed in several CDEs (Career Development Events) including Agronomy,...

 

Tee-ball starting soon

Baseball season has finally arrived! Pending weather conditions the local tee-ball program will begin on Monday, May 6 this year. The age group for tee-ball will be 4-8. Children must turn 4 by May...

 

Vernard Schell

Funeral service for Vernard "Vern" Schell, 88, of Baker will be 11:00 a.m., Friday, April 26, 2019 at Emmanuel Evangelical Free Church in Plevna with Pastor Levi Durfey and Pastor Abel Threeton...

 

Lyla Dean

Lyla Joyce (Stigen) Dean, 89, residing in McConnelsville, OH passed away on April 18, 2019 surrounded by love. Lyla was born in Fairfield, ND on December 20, 1929 to Alf and Edith (Bird) Stigen. She was the second of four children. Her father, Alf...

 
 By Loyd Townsend    Voices    April 26, 2019

Memories

As you read this memories article, you will discover that it is a little different from past articles. When reading through some Shifting Scenes, I became interested about the Mumedy family from an article written by Leona Mumedy Miller who begins...

 
 By Lois Lambert    Voices    April 26, 2019

Bright Ideas

It wasn’t too long ago that Brice spotted a robin sitting in our apple tree. It wasn’t much longer before he saw another. Where are the chickadees that used to come before the robins? Maybe they will be coming soon. Robins are nice. They make...

 
 By Dean Meyer    Voices    April 26, 2019

Hat Tips

Hello, We have cows. We have some good cows. We have some bad cows. Everyone that has cows has some good cows and some bad cows. Everyone wishes they had all good cows. Many ranchers strive to improve their herds to have not only all good cows, but a...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, grass is turning green in our corner of the earth again. It’s been said that grass is the least pretentious of this world’s everyday plants and the most important to mankind. The young blades are simpli...

 
 By Bill Lavell    Voices    April 26, 2019

Herding sheep

My sheep herding experiences started at a young age. At probably age 9, I went out to my Grandparent Coons ranch on Boxelder near Belltower and stayed there all summer. I worked and they paid me something though not too much. This lasted through age...

 

Montana Legislature weighs bills to encourage hemp industry

Colby Johnson was celebrating his 30th birthday in Las Vegas when he noticed the neon advertisements for CBD. The letters were everywhere. The hemp-derived tincture cannabidiol is said to relieve...

 

Out with the old

The old, wooden bleachers at Carter County High School have been removed and installation of new ones was completed last week. The bleachers previously posed a safety risk as locking mechanisms were...

 

Missouri headwaters are central to Montana history

A labyrinth of channels, willow bottoms, islands and a general mix of wetlands interact to piece together the headwaters of the Missouri River. The point where the three forks – the Jefferson,...

 

Preparing for next year

Preschool teacher Ami Nies (left) spent some time with her students at Ekalaka Public Schools last week to help them prepare for their upcoming kindergarten year. Marissa Frye (right) was recently...

 

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