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USDA Launches Summer Lunch Program

 Learning and good nutrition go hand-in-hand. That’s why it’s important for kids to have a fun, healthy summer; so they return to school this fall with sharp minds and strong bodies...

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Let The Harvest Begin

I received word this morning (Tuesday) from Tall Todd, the custom cutter guy who shows up here to the Golden Triangle every harvest season. Todd says that his crew has started to harvest in Vernon, Teas, where they have had over 25 inches of rain...

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Back To Our Roots Living Off The Land

There's a HUGE Plant Sale coming up this Saturday from 9 in the morning until 4 Saturday afternoon down at Hardware Hank's here in Shelby. This Saturday's Plant Sale supports the RECC's program...

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We’re Almost Done With Another 1

,I'll be up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby this evening (Tuesday) to share more Montana History & we should be wrapping up Gildford/Montana author Russell B. Cr...

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harvesting the crops
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Whatever Happened To Tall Todd

Everything old is new again, & Tall Todd & his custom harvester guys are no exception. Todd & his crew are down in Vernon, Texas. The move d...

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H-2-o
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Wet Wet Wet

It's all about WATER this weekend under our Big "Wet: Sky.We're enjoying the here in ther Golden Triangle this weekend with daytime high temperatures in the 50's & overnight low's down into the mid 30's. Th...

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Win Kari Lynn Dell’s Tome

"The Long Ride Home", Kari Lynn Dell's marvelous ""Montana read" tomorrow (Saturday) morning at 7:30 on Puffman Sports Trivia. The protagonist in the book, David Parsons, came in search of his missing horse...

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If You Care
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If You Care – Leave Them There

Every spring Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks issues a message to Montanans to leave new born fawns, birds, and other infant wildlife where people find them.

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Crites Is All Right

,He's Gildford, Montana writer/author Russell B. Crites & we're all enjoying Russell's tome, "The Long____Awakening", Tuesday nights during Montana History up at the Marias Heritage Center. I'...

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Dell Will Be Swell Tomorrow Night

The Glacier County Library is proud to present an appearance with north central Montana author Kari Lynn Dell tomorrow evening (Thursday). Kari's presentation begins at 6:30 in the library, & besides Kari, there'll be Montana made beer, wine, & soda tasting. Kari's...

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Not Much But They Call It Home

It's Ray Frost's homesteader shack on the barren Montana prairie,s & it's a sight for sore eyes. Even the "Ray-Man's" recently arrived mail order bride isn't too impressed as we continue with Gildford, Montana author Russell B. Cr...

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How Does Your Garden Grow

Good news for our Shelby residents...Spring has sprung AND the Senior Gardens located across from Crossroads Housing has garden spots available NOW...

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