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100 year celebration
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A Century Celebration

St. Margaret's Catholic Community over in Cut Bank will be celebrating 100 years(!) next Friday, May 16th, with a Mass & Dinner with the Bishop. Dinner tickets are on sale through this Sunday, Mother's Day. AL

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she's a grand old flag
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A Special That Is Patriotic

Rehearsals for the Conrad Community Choir's "Summer Patriotic Special" are scheduled for tomorrow (Wednesday) night down in Conrad at the 1st Presbyterian Church. Tomorrow night's rehearsals are scheduled to begin at 6:30 SHARP

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on the road
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Sheldon Hits The Road

World famous Conrad author, "Dangerous" Dale Sheldon will be making a RARE personal appearance Friday night, May 30th, up at the Marias Heritage Center. Dale will be discussing his book, "Who Lost?"? & answering questions during his presentation. I'

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nine lives
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History At The Heritage

It's Tuesday & that means that it's Montana History up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby & I'll be there at 6 o'clock SHARP tonight to read more of "Dangerous" Dale Sheldon's "Who Lost?" Dale's tome is the autobiography of a blind man with great vision & may I submit, a GREAT sense of humor! One of the coolest books I've read in a long time & it's available wherever books are sold up here in the Golden Triangle plus Amazon.com & Barnes&No

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Twilight Drive In Theatre
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It Was A Very Good Year

It was 1964 & the weekend of August 15th (Friday) through August 17th (Sunday) is THE weekend for the 50th Class Reunion from Great Falls High School. Go Bison! The Class of '64 has scheduled their next 50th Reunion Meeting for next Monday night, May 12th, at 7 o'clock SHARP at the Amigo Lounge (downstairs), 1200 7th Street South down in Great Falls. '6

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card games
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Anyone For Cards

I hope so. The Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby will be holding their Comfortable Card Party this afternoon (Monday) & it's always more than fun. Today's Card Party gets underway at 1:30 this afternoon up at the Heritage. Be

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Shelby Montana 1951 murder
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The Wheels Of Justice Grind Slowly But Surely

Clem Pellett didn't start out to be a private dick...it just ended up that way. Clem's grandfather was a Shelby cafe owner back in 1951 when he was murdered by Frank Dryman. Young Clem ended up becoming an oral surgeon out in the state of Washington while the devious Dryman confessed to the murder, was sentenced to the gallows, ended up went in the slammer for 14 years, got paroled & then disappeared for 4 decades. Th

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sports is my middle name
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My New Middle Name

I should change my middle name from "Sports" to "Montana History." I'll be talking with Ellen Baumler from the Montana Historical Society this afternoon (Tuesday) on the Puffman Show (she's at Storytellers this weekend in Cut Bank) & tonight, I'll be up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby READING more Montana History. We

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Ellen Baumler
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A Historical Radio Interview

The 20th Annual Montana Storytelling Roundup is set for this weekend in Cut Bank & this afternoon (Tuesday) at 4:30, I'll be visiting with one of this weekend's special guests from this weekend's storytelling event. Sh

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Montana Storytelling Roundup
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Tell Me A Story

The 20th Annual Montana Storytelling Roundup is coming up THIS weekend over in Cut Bank & what a grandold time it's going to be! I'll be blogging about the Storytellers ALL this week on my Puffman Blogs. On

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road construction snafus
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Dale Sheldon Did Not Lose

Just read Conrad native Dale Sheldon's new book, "Who Lost?; The Autobiography Of A Blind Man With Great Vision", & you'll see that Dale did NOT lose out on anything but experienced a full fun productive life when he lost his vision as a kid. "W

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Clem Pellett's Dastard;u
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What Would You Do

What would you do if you accidentally discovered evidence of the brutal murder of a family member committed over 60 years ago? Without any previous investigative experience, Great Falls native Dr. Clem C

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