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A memorial fund has been set up at The Bank of Baker for the Ken England family. Donations can be dropped off or mailed to the Bank of Baker, P.O. Box 739, Baker, MT 59313. Make checks payable to Ken England Memorial.

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I put the phone down and let out a sigh. Donna, my wife, asked, “What’s wrong?”

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Superior Care Villa residents taking advantage of the recent nice weather. Some went outside for a small stroll so they could soak up as much sun as they could.

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Fallon Medical Complex was presented recognition by the Montana Health Research & Education Foundation HIIN Project (MHREF) together with the American Hospital Association Center for Health Innovation for diligent work and authentic collaboration with patients, clinicians and partners re…

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Baker is going to be hit by a wave of graduated seniors and other high school athletes Sunday when Montana’s best head to the Fallon County Fairgrounds for the 2020 state rodeo championships.

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Linda Rost, 2020 Montana Teacher of the Year was on CNN on May 21 to discuss how the coronavirus is impacting education. Photo submitted by Steve Carnival.

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The City of Baker is looking at ways to cut a looming budget shortfall as revenues have fallen because of the COVID-19 pandemic and the collapse of the global oil market.

Here are some more words of wisdom from the residents at Superior Care Villa to our graduating Class of 2020.

Rich Menger captured this picture of a northern bobwhite. He had never see one in Montana before, but this one landed in his front yard.

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Our country has been blessed with men and women whose sacrifices allowed us to flourish as individuals, as a society, and as a Nation. On Memorial Day, we pause to remember, honor and express our gratitude to all those Americans who lost their lives in uniform.

Jennifer’s children wanted a dog. That is normal for children, and Jennifer decided that maybe it would be good for them to learn responsibility. So Jennifer sat down with them and talked to them about how important it would be that the dogs were taken care of properly. Dogs needed to be fed…

O’Fallon Historical Museum has been closed since March per Fallon County Disaster Declaration #1036. We are now ready to reopen and share the changes we’ve made! The museum will open to the public Monday, June 1 and start our summer hours - seven days a week, 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. and 1 - 5 p.m..…

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“It’s a feel good thing,” Kathy Sikorski said about donating lentils to people in need. “There’s just all these hungry people.”

Kaylin Wheeler, of Baker, is one of the degree candidates for the Spring 2020 semester from Dawson Community College. Seventy-Six (76) students are candidates for degrees for the 2020 spring semester. Official awarding of a degree and any official graduation with honors or high honors design…

We have probably spent more time this spring thinking about how to clean, what to clean and with what products than ever before! There are three terms that we hear a lot as we think about cleaning, but each means something a little different.

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Eastern Montana Economic Development Authority (EMEDA), a local Port Authority focused on economic development, has created a new grant program to assist small businesses as they reopen their doors to the public. The EMEDA COVID-19 Recovery Advertising Grant Program is aimed at helping small…

As Steven climbed into his van, he thought a lot about Ben. Ben was slightly mentally slow, and some high school kids made fun of him. But Ben was always happy. No one ever saw him without a smile.

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Staff sampled Baker Lake May 4-5 to evaluate the fishery using two methods: three mini fyke nets and two standard fyke nets. The mini fykes are used to capture young fish and small bodies fish (fathead minnows) and the standard fyke nets capture adult and large bodied fish. In brief, samplin…

Words of wisdom for the Class of 2020 from our lovely residents at Superior Care Villa.

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While the graduation ceremony Sunday at 2 p.m. at Baker High School’s Schillinger Stadium will be closed to the general public, the seniors will get an even bigger send-off when they participate in a parade around the city with a police escort.

The Baker CowBelles is a busy group. We have 22 members and two associate members in our group. Some belong to the Montana Cattlewomen and some the National Cattlewomen.

Mid-Rivers Communications is proud to announce the award of 31 Scholarships to students from the Cooperative’s service area. Six $1,500 scholarships were awarded to students planning to attend Dawson Community College or Miles Community College, and 25 $1,000 scholarships were awarded to stu…

Superior Care Villa residents have some words of wisdom for the graduating seniors and are wishing everyone the best of luck in chasing their dreams. Congratulations Class of 2020!

Pruning trees is an important task that if done properly will improve the health of the tree and increase the tree’s ability to grow taller and stronger than it would without pruning.

My last daughter moved off to college last week, and I already miss having children around. I work at home teaching, and like many of you, I don’t go out a lot right now. But when I do, I like to observe the happy, positive outlook that children exhibit.

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After a lengthy closure as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, the Fallon County Commission is pleased to announce the reopening of our Courthouse. Effective 8 a.m. on Monday, May 11, 2020 the Fallon County Courthouse will be open to the public, while following and adhering to the “Reopening …

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Lindsay Chaska followed her heart from the small town of Valier near Lake Frances in north central part of the Treasure State to Havre and eventually to Baker.

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Reynolds Market in Baker has expanded the number of customers allowed inside at one time from 10 to 15. PHOTO/Brad Mosher

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The unofficial tallies have been totaled! As the Times goes to print, the candidate receiving the most votes for the (three year term) position on the Plevna Public School Board is.

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The Mid-Rivers Telephone Cooperative, Inc. Board of Trustees has decided to postpone the cooperative’s Annual Meeting of the Members, previously scheduled for May 28, 2020, until further notice due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

With things opening back up a bit from the virus lock-down, I decided it was a good time to go to the nursery to get some flowers for my wife. She loves wave petunias in hanging baskets around our deck.

Superior Care Villa Residents pre-quarantine, enjoying a nice foot bath. All waiting patiently for volunteer Dawn Erhet and her foot rubs.