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A Live NOT Worth Living

That's how you Margaret (Peggy) Bell was feeling when we left off with her book, "When Montana and I Were Young: A Frontier Childhood," last Tuesday night during Montana History at the Heritage Center...

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Pushin’ Too Hard

That was one of my favorite tunes by Sky Saxon & The Seeds back in '67, & it got me a-thinking this morning about, of all things, SEEDS! Tomorr...

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I’m Like The American Postman

Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night keeps me away from reading Montana History up at the Marias Medical Center here in Shelby & tonight's NO exception! T...

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Going On Strike

Out at CHS, they're working TOGETHER to fight hunger through their Annual CHS Harvest for Hunger Food & Fund Drive. Commencing THIS Wednesday through March 20th, they'll be collecting food AND funds to help our local food banks. Yo...

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We’re Going 2 Hedge’s Ranch

That's the plan for this evening (Tuesday) during Montana History up at the Heritage Center. We're more than half way done with the book, "When Montana and I Were Young," & so far, it's been a riveting read! Ma...

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Wake Be B 4 U Go-Go

There's going to be a Healthy Home Workshop tomorrow (Thursday) at the...are you ready...the "WAKE Cup Coffee House down in Fort Benton. Thursday's meeting will cover radon, carbon monoxide & mildew in your home. Gr...

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We’ll B In The Root Cellar

We'll be picking up from where we left off last Tuesday ypmohjy at Montana History up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby. We were down in Uncle Zed's root cellar in our book & it wasn't a pretty picture. Ho...

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Winding Down the Disaster Resolution

Browning, MT – The Blackfeet Tribe Incident Command is currently in the process of winding down with the Disaster Resolution passed by the Blackfeet Tribal Business Council on Wednesday...

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It’s Chili-Soup’s On

The CJI 5th graders are holding a FUND-raiser today (Wednesday) over at the Liberty County Library. They'll have minestrone soup AND chicken chili on the platters from 11:30 this morning until 1 this afternoon...

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It Was A Frontier Childhood

An AWFUL childhood on the wild & wooly frontier...that's what it was all about, & that's the book I'll continue reading tonight (Tuesday) up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby. The bo...

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A Community Prays Together & Stays Together

There will be a Community Prayer Night THIS Monday night down in Conrad. Everyone is invited to come out & come together at the Pondera Community Center. Co...

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Safety 1st Safety Last Safety ALWAYS

The Pondera Rural Fire District & Teton Fee Service Area is extending an invite to all farmers & ranchers to attend a program on Fire Safety tomorrow (Tuesday.) Their...

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