Jan. 23 - Multiple Sclerosis Support Group, 7 p.m., Holy Rosary conference room 2, call Diana 406-232-1458 or Nicole 232-5698.

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The American Legion Auxiliary of Baker is once again accepting cookies to be donated to the local veterans’ nursing homes, Glendive, Miles City and Fort Meade.

Pinochle was played Sunday at The Center with four complete tables.

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The Vitalant blood drive which was on Jan. 7 was very successful with 54 units of blood given. The refreshments were furnished by the Bank of Baker and Precision Auto. The next blood drive will be in March.

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In June 2020, Daylee Hanson will embark on a trip of a lifetime. It may sound like a cliché but it truly is an opportunity that our youth should take advantage of. Students were asked to write an essay on how electricity can be used to save and improve lives, especially in developing nations…

Baker High School’s 6th Annual Science Fair is scheduled for Jan. 23, 2020. Students will be judged from 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

Willard Homemakers met for their first meeting of the new year with ten members and guests present.

Pinochle at The Center on Jan. 12 had Pete Lee and Marj Peterson tying for high points. James Nielsen and Marj tied for the most double pinochles.

Jan. 16 - Free Business Development, by appointment, call 406-748-2990.

On Saturday, Jan. 18 from 10-11 a.m. Baker Schools PTA will be serving pancakes, coffee and juice to all ages at Longfellow cafeteria! We ask that kids are accompanied by someone 16 years or older. Come enjoy a morning of fun!

Pinochle winners on Dec. 29 at The Center for the last time in 2019 were Lois Anderson, Pete Lee and Delbert Schweigert. Marj Peterson had the most double pinochles.

It hardly seems possible that 2019 is already over and a new decade has begun! O’Fallon Historical Museum would like to thank all those who made 2019 such an amazing year. Here is a summary of some of the activities and events that took place at the museum in the last twelve months:

On Saturday, Jan. 18, the public is invited to a Wild Game Feast to be held at the Carter County Events Center in Ekalaka. The doors will open at 5 p.m. for registration with the meal being served at 6 p.m.

(Above Left) Santa Claus stopped in at Superior Care Villa to visit all the residents. He is pictured talking with Superior Care Villa residents Ruth Deviney and Lola Emery. (Above Middle) Santa handed out a candy cane to all the residents. Superior Care Villa resident Eileen Meggers isn’t t…

Vitalant Blood Drive will be Tuesday, Jan. 7, from 12-6 p.m. at the Baker Senior Citizen Center, 420 W. Montana Ave.

On Dec. 18, Mrs. Wagnon and Mrs. Benner took the third grade class to the Plevna Senior Center to sing for the folks as they enjoyed their coffee. Not only did they sing, but they also played music on their recorders and played Christmas music with the bells. The students certainly enjoyed s…

On Dec. 19, Lucas Oelkers, State FFA 1st Vice President, and Isaac Sponheim, State 2nd Vice President, visited the Plevna FFA Chapter. They helped the students with their online record books for the SAE. It was a good to meet with some of the State’s FFA officers and receive their input on t…

Pinochle players at The Center on Dec. 22 suffered many broken hearts because of many, many set bids. But that made for lots of fun. Winners for the day were Delbert Schweigert, Alvina Varner and Delores Cumber.

Mrs. Wagnon and her kindergarten class were singing Christmas carols as they strolled up and down the great halls of the Plevna School. It certainly added to the Christmas spirit to hear, We Wish You a Merry Christmas! Thank you!

On Dec. 20, Mrs. Schumacher, advisor, and the Plevna Student Council helped set up and operate four Christmas stations for the elementary students.

The teachers at Lincoln decided to go with a “Gingerbread Land” theme to celebrate the holidays. They began by welcoming