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SHS Speech & Drama Compete in Shepherd

SHS Speech and Drama headed to Shepherd this past weekend. There were 26 schools at the meet. The competition was tough. The Speech team finished 2nd in Class A Speech Sweeps and the Drama team...

 

Final Montana Oil Pipeline Safety Council Report Published

The Montana Oil Pipeline Safety Review Council has completed its final report. The report was presented to Governor Brian Schweitzer on November 27, 2012. The report is the culmination of the work of the Oil Pipeline Safety Review Council, created...

 

Farm Credit Donates to 4-H Youth

Three Farm Credit organizations, Farm Credit Services of Mandan, Farm Credit Services of ND in Minot, and Ag Country Farm Credit Services in Fargo presented a check for $25,000 to North Dakota 4H Foundation Development Directors, Mylie Lavold and...

 
 By Jon Ebelt    News    December 12, 2012

DPHHS Reports Increase in Influenza, Activity Officials Say It’s Not Too Late to Vaccinate

Local and state public health officials are reporting an increase in influenza activity and reminding all Montanans that it is not too late to vaccinate – get your influenza vaccine today! “Influenza season typically peaks in February and can...

 

Sylvia Fischer, 71, Richey, MT

Funeral service for Sylvia Fischer, 71, of Richey, was 2:00 p.m., Friday, December 7, 2012 at the Richey United Methodist Church with Pastor Susan Twidwell, Pastor Vickie Waddington and Dr. John Barklind officiating. Cremation followed the services...

 

Audrey Munoz, 92, Sidney, MT

Mass of the Christian Burial for Audrey Munoz, 92, of Sidney is at 10:00 a.m., Thursday, December 13, 2012, at St. Matthew’s Catholic Church with Fr. Jim O’Neil and Fr. Ned Shinnick as co-presiders. Wake services are at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday,...

 
 By Casey Kyler    News    December 12, 2012

Montana Employers will see a Decrease in Their 2013 Unemployment Insurance Rates

The Department of Labor and Industry recently announced that the Unemployment Insurance Contribution Rate Schedule will be adjusted from schedule 7 to schedule 6, resulting in a decrease in many Montana employer’s contribution rates for 2013....

 

Catholic Daughters News

Catholic Daughters Court Mother Cabrini #1766 honored our priests Fr. Ned Shinnick and Fr. Jim O’Neil at their Dec. 3 meeting.  Also present was guest Suzie Aldrich.  Our Bazaar Gift Card Raffle...

 

Christmas Traditions Around the World

Christmas, though a festival of Christian faith, is celebrated (and not celebrated) in various ways around the world by many Christians and many non-Christians alike: Some decorate trees, drink egg...

 

Sharing the Best Time of the Day, Family Mealtime

Who doesn’t enjoy finally sitting down with family and friends for a delicious holiday meal? Those moments are so special not simply because of the food (though it sure is an important factor), but...

 

A Valued Gift

By definition, the philanthropic spirit always finds an appropriate form of expression. We see this philanthropic spirit clearly each time we witness the desire of a child determined to give a gift...

 

Cooking For A Colony

Some of us fret over what to cook for an average sized family of four or five. We stress over how to keep the meals exciting, healthy and enticing enough to make sure everyone willingly eats it. And...

 

Over a Century of Farming

Vernon Boline is no stranger to hard work and manual labor. His family homesteaded the land he grew up on in Oliver Township over a century ago and he never left. While Vernon worked for neighbors on...

 

Iversen Uses Nature at Christmas Time

All the things in nature have more than one use, whether it’s for food, products, or even for decoration. Patti Iversen has been donating to the Parade of Trees Auction for 4 or 5 years now, and...

 

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