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the hangman's noose
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Back To Deer Lodge

We're going back to Deer Lodge tonight (Tuesday) up at the Marias Heritage Center during our Tuesday evening Montana History. We're almost half way through Montana Historical Society Interpretive Historian's Ellen Baumler's collaborative documentary "Dark Spaces" & while it may not yet be a "Million Seller"...i

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DON'T LET THEM PSYCH YOU OUT!
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Dealing With Jerks

Tomorrow (Saturday) morning at 7:30 on Puffman Sports Trivia, I'll be giving away the SECOND EDITION of Dr. George D. Zgourides, M.D., PSY.D's book, "DON'T LET THEM PSYCH YOU OUT(!): Psychological Self-Defense for Dealing with Difficult People

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advisory board meeting
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Advisers Set To Meet Tomorrow

The next Advisory Board Meeting for the Center 4 Mental Health is scheduled for tomorrow, Thursday, here in Shelby at the Griddle. Meeting time is High Noon SHARP & if you can't make Thursday's meeting, you can give your proxy vote to one of the other board members. It

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go west young man
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Go West Young Man

"Tall" Todd, the custom harvester fellow who comes up to our Golden Triangle every harvest season, along with his crew, is on his way WEST to Texas. They're moving to the northern most part of the panhandle of Texas, which is a town call Perryton, "The Wheat Heart of the Nation

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a second chance
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A Second Chance

Good news! If you missed our Montana Veterans Affairs Rep in Shelby & Cut Bank today (Wednesday), you'll have another chance to touch base with the Rep tomorrow (Thursday) over in Browning. The Montana Veterans Affairs Rep will be "On Duty" tomorrow morning in Browning at the New Eagle Shield Center from 9 to 11 o'clock. Sh

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the times are changing
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The Times Are A Changing

It's like ol' Bob Dylan said! There are changes coming to the Head Start program. Head Start will be holding a meeting tonight (Wednesday) at North Star School in Rudyard at 6:30 SHARP. With those changes coming, Head Start requests your feedback this evening on how best to implement those changes & STILL meet the needs of the community. Fo

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Dark Spaces
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We Are Going To The Slammer

Three hots & a cot...I'm not blogging about the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby, but rather the book we'll begin reading tonight (Tuesday) during Montana History at the Heritage. The book is Ellen Baumler's "Dark Spaces: Montana's Historic Penitentiary at Deer Lodge" from the University of New Mexico Press. So

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The Failure of Counterinsurgency
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Hearts Minds Seldom Won

It's MONDAY(!) & that means Puffman Musical Trivia Day this afternoon at 4:30. I'll be giving away the hardback book, "The Failure of Counterinsurgency; Why Hearts and Minds Are Seldom Won." The book's author, Ivan Eland, PhD, is director of the Center on Peace & Liberty at The Independent Institute in Oakland, California. Previo

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harvest update
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Oklahoma Here They Come

Our friend, "Tall" Todd, the custom cutter fellow who works up here in the Golden Triangle every harvest season, has moved on to Oklahoma & is already harvesting! Todd claims that 67% of Oklahoma will NOT be harvested this year. To

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Songs of Willow Frost
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A Frosty Presentation

Montana (Great Falls) author, Jamie Ford, will be speaking tomorrow (Thursday) night down in Conrad. Ford is the author of "Songs Of Willow Frost" which has been receiving rave reviews! Ford's presentation is open to everyone & it gets underway tomorrow night at 7 at the Conrad Public Library. Ch

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books books books
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What To Read Next

We'll be reading the final pages of Dale Sheldon's "Who Lost" tonight (Tuesday) during Montana History this evening up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby. What to read next? I'm looking at one of 3 neat books: (1) "The Good Times Are All Gone Now; Life, Death, and Rebirth In An Idaho Mining Town" by Julie Whitesel Weston, (2) "Dark Spaces; Montana's Historic Penitentiary At Deer Lodge" by Ellen Baumler (from the Montana Historical Society), or (3) "Empty Mansions; The Mysterious Life of Hugette Clark and the Spending of a Great American Fortune" by Bill Dedman (winner of the Pulitzer Prize) & Paul Clark Newell, Jr...s

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Oklahoma's Oh, What A Beautiful Morning
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Fighting Wet Grain

"Tall" Todd, the custom harvest guy reports from Texas that they are fighting wet grain, low bushels, & test weights from 56.8 to 59.8 lbs. The harvest has been slow due to recent rain from 1.5 to 2 inches. Yi

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