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Drive 2 CB 4 The Drive
There's a Blood Drive underway today (Wednesday) over in Cut Bank. You'll have the opportunity to GIVE the "Gift of Life" until 5:30 this afternoon at the Cut Bank Civic Center. Walk ins are, of course, STRONGLY encouraged & more than welcome to come by.…
“THEY” WERE RIGHT!
Having grown up on a farm in northwestern Illinois, I am no stranger to the cows, plows and sows commonly associated with the agriculture industry. It should come as no surprise that, after spending summer days riding in tractors with my dad and even studying agricultural communications and public s…
“Ham It Up” Fun Run, Walk and Bingo on March 25th
Pre-registration is underway for the HAM IT UP! FUN RUN/WALK & BINGO, which will be held SUNDAY, MARCH 25, 2018 at the Liberty Senior Center in Chester. Registrations will be accepted right up to the start of the race, but only those who register by Wednesday, March 14th will be guaranteed a…
UM to Award Honorary Doctorate to Sheila Stearns
MISSOULA – The University of Montana will award an Honorary Doctorate in Education to Sheila M. Stearns during its May 12 Commencement exercises.
On March 9, the state Board of Regents unanimously approved the request for the honor put forth by UM President Seth Bodnar...
“I’m” Checking In 2 The Heritage Center
I'll be back up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby tonight (Tuesday) right on time at 6 o'clock SHARP to read & share more Montana History. Last week, we started the book, "Montana High, Wide, and Handsome," by Joseph Kinsey Howard. I ...
It’s In The Bag
Our Shelby Girl Scouts will be holding a "Taco in a Bag" dinner tomorrow (Wednesday) night to CELEBRATE! They're celebrating AND we're celebrating Girl Scout Week with a smile because.their dinner is where else but...the Smile Shop(!) on Main Street in Uptown Sh…
Food for Life: What’s Your Perspective?
By Isabella Chism, Vice Chair AFBF Women’s Leadership Committee, 2nd VP Indiana Farm Bureau
When I was 10 or even 20 years old I would not have guessed that my interest in math and science was related to agriculture in any way. We think we understand so much until we have a diffe…
Go Ahead Kate, Kiss Him
The Pondera Arts will be presenting their "Classic Movie Series" tonight (Monday) down at the beautiful Orpheum in Conrad. It's a real "CLASSIC" for sure this evening..."Kiss Me Kate!" Curtain time's at 7 o'clock SHARP & th…
Welcome to the Smart Barn
By Kevin Waetke, Vice President, Strategic Communications, National Pork Board
Technology changes are part of everyday life. But nowhere are technology changes more prominent in the past few years than in the pork industry.
Pig farming has changed dramatically in the last few decades, and both the pig…
What A Life!
The "Living Life Well" workshops are on the way to our Golden Triangle. In fact, they're coming up one week from today (Monday,) NEXT Monday, March 19th. Our friends, Rikki James & Angela Lamb, will be stopping by the Puffman Show this Thursday afternoon at 2:30, to share WHAT exactly …
Did you know… Ag Appreciation
According to the Department of Agriculture:
Mining and agriculture lured settlers to Montana during the latter half of the 1800s, and agriculture remains the state's number one industry. One out of every six Montana workers is employed in an agriculture-related field
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