After hundreds of basketball games over the weekend, the biggest winner of the Baker Jam may not have been on the basketball courts in the school gyms.
The staff at O’Fallon Historical Museum would like to thank everyone who contributed to our “Lights of Home” Exhibit! We appreciate all the community members that submitted their pandemic stories and hand-crafted stars to create a unique display to commemorate all the ups and downs of 2020. …
Linda Rost of Willard, MT, was recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society. Rost was initiated at Texas Tech University.
In observance of National Safe Digging Month in April, Montana-Dakota Utilities today announced results from a recent national survey. The results revealed that a third of U.S. homeowners reported experiencing a utility service interruption in 2020. Additionally, 37% of homeowners who plan t…
Students went on to participate in the Billings Science Expo, again held virtually this year on March 5. Students not only earned status for their hard effort, but money rewards for this competition!
The Vitalant Blood drive which was held on March 23, was very successful. Between the scheduled appointments and walk-ins we had 51 units of blood given. Many are using the Fast Tract Donation Ticket which speeds up the questioner time. It must be completed on the day of the blood drive.
Filmed on-location in Montana, the true-life crime thriller “Ted K” recently premiered at Berlinale, one of the top film festivals in the world.
Funeral Services for La Vonne Wiseman, 53, of Baker will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 20, 2021 at American Lutheran Church of Baker with Pastor Scott Kiehn officiating. Burial will follow at Bonnievale Cemetery.
The BLM would like to encourage surface owners to properly verify their ownership of mineral rights before excavating sand, gravel, stone, or scoria on their property. Surprisingly, these materials may or may not belong to the surface owner.
The total number of Montanans fully immunized against COVID-19 surpassed the total number of infections since the start of the pandemic, according to data from the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services.
With COVID-19 backing off, folks are anxious to return to normal, so three tables were filled to play pinochle March 7 at the activity center. Even some new faces attended.
Gov. Greg Gianforte signed into law the Montana TEACH Act (Tomorrow’s Educators Coming Home) – HB 143 – sponsored by Representative Llew Jones of Conrad.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is accepting applications from landowners who are interested in participating in the 2021 Block Management Program. Block Management is a cooperative effort between landowners and FWP to help manage wildlife and public hunting activities on enrolled lands.
While delivering estate-planning presentations across Montana, Marsha Goetting, Montana State University Extension family economics specialist, saw a pattern among some attendees.
Governor Gianforte and the Agriculture Development Council announced the recipients of $834,646 in grants and loans awarded through the Growth Through Agriculture (GTA) program.
Over 90 Montana lawmakers signed a letter sent to President Joe Biden and Montana’s congressional delegation on March 9, supporting the Keystone XL Pipeline and the jobs and revenue it would create for Montana.
My wife, Donna, and I are hoping to build a new home. As we get older, we realize that our house with its myriad of stairs will not be sufficient for us. We have purchased some land and have started the impossible task of getting building permits, moving our current house contents into stora…
A new federal COVID pharmacy program expands the locations where people may get vaccinations by relying on a collaboration between the federal and state governments with national and independent pharmacy networks.