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Montana Seniors Save On Prescriptions, Receive Free Preventive Services Thanks To Affordable Care Act

So far this year, more than 2.2 million people with Medicare have saved more than $1.2 billion on their prescriptions, for an average of $550 per person, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services announced recently. More than 22.6 million seniors...

 

Kyler Bracelets Available

Bracelets, similar to Lance Armstrong's "Live Strong" ones, have been donated to help raise money for the family of Kyler Streib. Kyler was diagnosed with Leukemia on March 8th. His family is staying in Seattle, WA while he is in the hospital...

 

Trading Post To Sell Pawn & Consignment Store

The Trading Post in Sidney has sold its building and is now looking to sell the pawn and consignment businesses. “The Trading Post has served Sidney and surrounding area since 1989 when my sister...

 

Interstate Engineering Announces New Staff

Interstate Engineering’s recent additions to the Sidney office and Williston and Beulah construction offices include: Civil Technician Veronica Meyer, Senior Project Engineers Scott Johnston and Lowell Cutshaw, Staff Engineer Doug Loudon, Party...

 

With Key Protections In Place, Governor Announces Keystone XL Pipeline Approval Under MFSA

Governor Brian Schweitzer has announced that TransCanada, the owner of the Keystone XL pipeline, has fulfilled all its obligations under Montana’s Major Facility Siting Act (MFSA), and that within the next several weeks, the Montana Department of...

 

NEW SEED Source Publication Available

Recently I received several copies of the 2012 North Dakota Field Inspected Seed publication which lists fields of various crops and varieties that were inspected this past summer. Field inspection...

 

Active Parenting For Step Families Parenting Class Offered

Getting married is the easy part! When a step family is formed, everyone needs to learn new rules: Mom and Dad need to learn how to work together as a team. Children and teens must adapt to changes....

 

Revegetating Disturbed Grass Sites

Landowners and pipeline installers ask for information regarding the renovation of disturbed sites. Most questions refer to grass species and seeding rates. To respond, I must first ask if the grass growing in the surrounding area is native or of...

 

Stai Account Set Up For Medical Expenses

Crystal Stai, Fairview, suffered a brain aneurysm Wednesday, July 13 and was flown to Billings where she had surgery. She was then flown to Mayo Clinic where she is currently in an induced coma, and will be undergoing treatment. For anyone wishing...

 

Resident Mule Deer Hunter Survey To Play A Role In Deer Management

Montana’s hunters highly value mule deer hunting, according to a Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks resident mule deer hunter survey. Nearly two-thirds of hunters surveyed said hunting mulies is “my most, or one of my most important hunting...

 

Suicide Intervention Skills Training To Be Held In Miles City

District II Alcohol & Drug Program will be providing a Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) at the Miles City VA Hospital Auditorium, 210 Winchester, Miles City, on Monday and Tuesday Jan. 23-24 from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. each day. The training...

 

Greytak Calendars Are Now Available

Once again Greytak Calendars can be purchased through your local MSU Extension Office or financial institution. Don Greytak, Havre MT, is celebrating over 25 years of drawing rural life. These realistic portraits portray rural life and will help one...

 

Cell Phone Usage While Driving

Texting, emailing or chatting on a cell phone while driving is simply too dangerous to be allowed, federal safety investigators declared Tuesday, urging all states to impose total bans except for emergencies. Inspired by recent deadly crashes ...

 

ABATE Participates In Toy Drive

The Yellowstone Chapter of ABATE (American Bikers Aiming Towards Education) looks forward to participating in the 18th annual toy drive. This community project collects new toys or cash donations to buy new toys for those who face financial hardships...

 

Catholic Daughters Make Donation For Ultrasound Machine

Court Mother Cabrini #1766 members Janet Martineau and Regent Yvonne Volkman, present a $200 check from the court to Mark Brodhead Knights of Columbus Council 3011 treasurer, St. Matthew’s Catholic...

 

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