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The three designs for the Medal of Honor: (l to r) Army, Navy, Air Force. Members of the  Marine Corps and Coast Guard receive the Navy medal.
The three designs for the Medal of Honor: (l to r) Army, Navy, Air Force. Members of the Marine Corps and Coast Guard receive the Navy medal.
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National Medal of Honor Day – March 25th

 

 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

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I Was Wrong

Last week on my Puffman Blog, I blogged that we would FINALLY reading the final chapter in the book we're currently reading during "Montana History" Tuesday evenings up at the Marias Heritage Center. I was wrong! This sago will never end! Actually it should & it WILL(!) tomorrow evening (Tuesday) for sure. Th

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There Will Be No More To Tell

We'll be drawing the curtain on author Donna Gray's extraordinary stories of Montana ranch women this evening (Tuesday) at the Marias Heritage Center in our "Montana History" reading. I think we have all enjoyed the book, "Nothing To Tell" & it turns out these 12 old ranch women DID have a lot to tell & after some 237 pages, I think we have heard it all! The book was an eye opener for me...I kne

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A Blazing Saddle Indeed

I don't often read "westerns", but I've come across a really engrossing neat page turner, or in this case, a page "BURNER" penned by my friend Bill Yenne. Yenne's new book is the 1st in a new series titled "Bladen Cole: Bounty Hunter" & it takes place & is happening & hopping right out here in Montana, including this area of north central Montana. Bladen Col

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Not Much Left To Tell

66 pages to be exact. That's how many pages we have remaining to read in our current book up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby for our Tuesday evening "Montana History". We've been enjoying "Nothing To Tell-Extraordinary Stories of Montana Ranch Women" beautifully penned by author Donna Gray

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Run To The Roundhouse

As Shelby Mayor, His Worship-Dr. Larry J. Bonderud, says, "run to the roundhouse, they'll never CORNER you there"! The National Association of Railroad Passengers is invited back to Washington DC next month for the BIGGEST week of the year for national passenger train advocacy

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Fewer Than 100

We have fewer than 100 pages left to read in the current book we're enjoying Tuesday evenings during "Montana History" up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby. I'll be there this evening (Tuesday) at 6 to continue reading Donna Gray's "Nothing To Tell-Extraordinary Stories of Montana Ranch Women"

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Aces High

Cards anyone? You bet? The Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby is putting on their Community Card Party on Monday afternoon. All the fun begins at 1:30. These are ALWAYS a good time & EVERYONE here in our community is invited to stop up at the Heritage Center on Monday. As

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I Can’t Wait

I'm more than anxious to return to the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby, to read more "Montana History" this evening (Tuesday) at 6 o'clock. My friend, Marie Ostrem, was kind enough to fill in for me last Tuesday & I really missed seeing the residents & enjoying more of the book we're currently reading, "Nothing To Tell", a story of some pioneer Montana ranch women. & beli

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USFS Releases 2012 Year In Review

The U.S. Forest Service's northern region office in Missoula has released its 2012 Year in Review. The 24-page document reviews USFS activities in Idaho, Montana and North Dakota, ranging from wildfire management to insect damage mitigation, timber operations, historical and cultural programs.  Click

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Bad News/Good News

The "bad news" is that I won't be enjoying reading Montana History this evening Tuesday up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby,.I have a frog in my throat & the frog's not well. I got exposed to the worst case of the flu since the 1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic, thanks to one of my co-workers, Tommy Typhoid! The GOOD NEWS here is that my good friend & Heritage Center resident, Marie Ostrem, will be sitting in for me this evening to continue reading a really fascinating books that we're currently enjoying Tuesday evenings at the Heritage. The bo

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Always Good To Hear Judy

I heard Judy Richman on the radio this morning & it's always good to hear her cheerful pleasant voice & find out what's happening at the Heritage. This morning (Tuesday), Judy mentioned that there is currently an opening...a stu

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