Today, March 25, is National Medal of Honor Day, established by an act of Congress to honor those who have receive the nation's highest military award. The Medal of Honor was first awarded on March 25, 1863, to six Union soldiers from a group known as Andrew's Raiders, for their actions that disrupted rebel troop movements during the Civil War. Of
On today's Extension Minute, Pondera Co. Agent Wendy Wedum talked about making cleaning out the fridge and freezer part of your spring cleaning routine. Click HERE for a pdf chart to help you judge which dishes have been in there
Senior Kenzie De Boer is the leading scorer on an NCAA tournament team and was recently voted first-team All-Big Sky Conference, so it doesn’t happen very often that she has an off game. But she knows that if she does, it is not going to change her standing with Lady Griz coach Robin Selvig
Havre, March 11, 2013— Disasters happen. They can happen at any time and in any community. And when they do, Montana Red Cross needs to be ready to help. To prepare, the organization, in collaboration wi
The Grizzly Scholarship Association will hold a fan appreciation pregame tailgate Saturday before the Montana-Northern Arizona men’s basketball game. The fan function will be hosted in the East and West Auxiliary gyms of the Adams Center from 4:30-6:30 p
He's looking a little out-of-shape, and the suit doesn't fit as snugly as it did in the 60's (maybe that's a good thing), but Batman is on the job in Bradford, England. CCTV captured the Caped Crusader delivering a burglary suspect to the local police station recently
It began a decade ago in the Netherlands as "National Compliment Day" and now it's a worldwide movement. World Compliment Day is a day to compliment someone in your life on something he or she does well. A p
I am not the world's greatest cook by any stretch of the imagination, but I do love to take part in the Lewis & Clark Festival Chili Cook-Off each year. Two blue ribbons hang proudly over my desk, but I'm not braggin'. I'
Like many teenage boys in Montana, Richard Turere (in Kenya)lives on a ranch. Like many Montana ranchers, Richard's family was losing valuable livestock to predators that are themselves an endangered species
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