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Cut Your Risk of Breast Cancer by Exercising and Staying Active

Apparently it’s quite simple: exercise reduces a woman’s risk of breast cancer.

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Steaming & Gassing

The 34th Annual Teton Antique Steam & Gas Association's Threshing Bee's coming up this weekend down in Choteau, & this afternoon (Thursday) at 2:30, Ben Wombacher will be joining me on the Puffman Show to fill us in on all the ACTION! Beside...

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Road Dept. Closes Road Today!

Our Toole County Road Department is CLOSING the Miners Coulee Road from the Wood's Y to Cameron Lake Road today (Wednesday.). Today's road closure is due to pressing maintenance issues along with moving a cattle guard...

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Queens Of The Clouds

We''ll be reading all about some Montana pioneering aviatrixes this evening (Tuesday) up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby during Montana History...

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What IF???

"What if Things Were Made in America Again" is the title of the BIG book that's up for grabs this afternoon (Monday) at 4:30 on Puffman Musical Trivia...

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The Fat Lady Has Sung

The old saw goes it "ain't over until the fat lady sings," & it's all over for the Thursday Summer Fair this evening (Thursday) in Chester. To...

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Larking & Sparking

On a lark, why not head up to Spark! Spark Park in Sunburst that is. That's where tomorrow's (Thursday) Farmers Market will be in operation up in the North Country...

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Who’s Mary Ann Pierre Topsseh Coombs?

We'll find out this evening (Tuesday) when I'm reading more Montana History up at the Heritage. Mary Ann was about 10 years old back in 1891, when American soldiers blew in to "escort" the Salish people out of the Bitterroot region & on to the Jocko (now Flathead) Reservation. Ma...

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From Muck 2 Magnificence

Muck? Magnificence? That's the NEW book that I'll have for grabs this afternoon (Monday) on Puffman Musical Trivia. Meet Mindy Tatz Chernoff, B...

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Up Front & ON The Front

The Rocky Mountain Front Farmers Market is set to GO tomorrow (Saturday) morning at 8:30 SHARP! Snooze & you'll lose. Put down your labors, neighbor. L...

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Double The FUN

It's another "Thirsty Thursday" & our Golden Triangle's "THIRST" for FUN abounds! The Shelby Food & Craft Market will be going full tilt this afternoon down at Shelby City Park from 4 to 7. But wa...

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Pertinent Q & A Meeting

The BIA, Lewis & Clark National Forest & Blackfeet Fire Management will be conducting a special meeting tomorrow (Friday) evening to discuss AND answer any & all questions pertaining to our current Montana wildfires. Friday's n...

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