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Articles from the August 11, 2017 edition

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A mammoth find

A Bozeman man was fishing the Powder River in the early summer of 2016 when he stumbled upon what he believed to be a mammoth. That man, who wishes to remain anonymous, knew about Carter County...

 

Preview Feek's Vision this Saturday, 7:30 PM

This Saturday everyone who is in town to enjoy Days of '85 activities will have the chance to preview the official film trailer for Feek's Vision, a documentary by Ken Howie. Feek's Vision is the stor...

 

Raffle tickets available at Firemen's Barbecue

“Freedom Watch” is the quilt pattern displayed on the front of the 2017 VFW Aux. queen-sized, raffle quilt. The quilt face is made entirely of recycled wool, in blue, black, white, off-white, yellow and red. The blue squares with black...

 

Veterans invited to ride on parade float

Area military veterans are invited to ride on the veterans float in the Days of ‘85 parade, Sunday, August 13. Those wanting to ride on the float are asked to gather at the Carter County Museum at 10:00 a.m. on Sunday. Once all are aboard, the...

 

FFA news

The 2017-2018 CCHS officer team is gearing up for another exciting year. On August 1, 2017, six members of the team traveled with Mr. Whitney for their annual officer retreat in Rapid City, SD. The officers spent the day planning the chapter’s...

 

Lodgepole Fire Complex donations

The Lodgepole Fire Complex has burned nearly 300,000 acres, making it the largest wildfire in the country. There are several ways people can help. Currently cash donations can be given to The Garfield County Fire Foundation Relief Fund, a subsidiary...

 
 By Lois Lambert    Voices    August 11, 2017

Bright Ideas

After fencing, putting a pickup load of sterilized beef manure on the garden, marking new rows, tilling, and eventually planting, we waited for green plants to shoot up. We waited, and waited. Volunteer lettuce was first up and first garden crop we h...

 

Montana producers eligible for hay lottery

Helena, Mont. – Producers in Montana affected by drought and fire are now eligible to participate in the first ever hay lottery. Ag Community Relief, is organizing a large-scale hay donation convoy to North Dakota to aid producers in North Dakota,...

 
 By Dean Meyer    Voices    August 11, 2017

Hat Tips

Hello, This is a column that is kind of like the Seinfeld show. A column about nothing. Or it could be considered a column about everything. This has been a tough year because of the drought. Hay was hard to find. I stooped to cutting kochia weeds...

 

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