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Over one in every 10 people are diagnosed with diabetes. According to the American Diabetes Association (ADA), that means in the U.S. 34.2 million people are diagnosed. Of that 34.2 million, 1.6 million of those are diagnosed with Type 1, 28.2 million were diagnosed with other forms of diabe…

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(Editor's Note: Due to the overwhelming response, Josh Larson informed us the location of the benefit has been moved to the Joe Meagher Memorial Civic Center. The family appreciates all the support and are so thankful to everyone.)

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City of Cut Bank taxpayers maybe in for a bit of a shock when they see their tax bill later this fall. City officials adopted the FY 2021-22 budget on Tuesday, Sept. 7, noting there will be an increase. But technically, it’s not their fault.

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It has been a busy year for Cut Bank’s Harvest Food Pantry. As it is nearing the year’s end, the pantry is very low on non-food personal hygiene products. The last week of August’s distribution was handled by June Duncan and Prairie Peace Lutheran Church. Sixty-nine families were served and …

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Whether it’s lack of hay, high feed prices, nitrates in grain hay, etc., there are many challenges facing ranchers as they plan their fall and winter ranch feeding program. The Fall Rancher Roundtable Monday, Sept. 27, in Cut Bank and Tuesday, Sept. 28, in Valier, will address these challeng…

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On the morning of September 11, 2001, 19 terrorists hijacked four commercial airplanes bound for California. The planes departed from airports in Boston; Newark, NJ; and Washington, D.C. September 11 would become an infamous date in American and world history, and the events of that day woul…

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“We have begun to administer third doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, which are not to be confused with booster doses, of the Moderna and Pfizer vaccine,” announced Jenny Krapf, LPN, Glacier County Health Department Director. 

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Cut Bank Schools invites the community to its Remembering and Honoring Celebration on Friday, Sept. 10, at the Cut Bank Town Football Field. “Cut Bank Schools is proud to host a celebration to honor the dedication and determination of all first responders and utility workers who serve our Cu…

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Logan Health-Cut Bank wants to be your partner in maintaining good health and helping you live a healthier, more full life.  This year’s annual health fair is slated for Wednesday, Sept. 15 from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Joe Meagher Memorial Civic Center. A lunch of soup and salad will be serv…

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The communities of Cut Bank, Shelby, and Valier have been selected to participate in the 2021 Reimagining Rural Virtual Gathering that is designed to bring some fresh ideas about how to create a vibrant future for rural communities across Montana. 

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The Cut Bank Pioneer Press, Glacier Reporter, Shelby Promoter and The Valierian offices will be closed Monday, Sept. 6, for the Labor Day holiday. Deadline for the Sept. 8 issue is 3 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 3 for news, photos and all ads, including classifieds.

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If you know Neal Roush, you know he is busy all the time. If he is not at work, he is taking care of lawns, moving snow off driveways and walkways, helping out a friend or neighbor with some home repair, umpiring softball games in the summer or driving to Bozeman to see his daughter for a weekend.

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Sometimes the most wonderful places to shop are those places tucked behind a cozy storefront that you just might miss if you did not know it was there. Cut Bank has just such a place at 217 West Main Street. It is Curiously Artistic.

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As the autumn season approaches, operations in the park will start winding down. On Sept. 6, the park’s ticketed entry pilot program will end as well as the park’s shuttle program. Park officials are expecting high visitation numbers in September. Visitors are encouraged to plan ahead and pr…

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A little over a month ago, fire ripped through what once had been the Glacier Motor Inn in Cut Bank. That fire burned so hot and so fast that it destroyed that building, burning it to the ground. 

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“We’re asking everybody to get tested and vaccinated,” Incident Commander K Webb Galbreath said on Monday, Aug. 23. He noted testing and COVID-19 vaccination efforts being offered on Monday and Tuesday at Blackfeet Community College. Additional tests and vaccinations are available all week a…

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The City of Cut Bank’s audit for Fiscal Year 2020 is complete and city officials have already responded to the six audit findings, reported City Clerk Linda Burley. According to city officials, “The overall financial position of the City of Cut Bank remained stable…The general fund is the pl…

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Organizers of the Montana Fun Weekend were disheartened to learn someone either inadvertently or purposely took the bag with not only all the car registrations but also the gate receipts last Saturday. Roy Nollkamper and company were, however, able to piece together a listing of the winners …

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In consultation with County, City and Tribal Fire Management as well as State of Montana entities, Glacier County waslowered to Stage One Fire Restrictions and will remain in effect until further notice. The County remains under high fire danger conditions due to hot temperatures and a gener…

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 “On the Reservation, there is such a sense of community,” said Dr. Marvin Fultz, a family practicing physician at the Southern Piegan Health Center. “When I talk to a person about health care, it’s not just an individual thing. It’s for everyone, and I don’t find that in other populations. …

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Glacier County Commission Chairwoman Mary Jo Bremner announced county officials will be following a new public comment policy at all future meetings of the commissioners. The announcement came at the Aug. 3 meeting of the commissioners. A written copy of policy was provided by Chairwoman Bre…

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Cut Bank School students, like the rest of those in Montana, will need to wear masks when riding on a district school bus, reported Supt. Wade Johnson at the Aug. 10 meeting of the school board. This includes sports teams, he added. Johnson and the board once again reviewed the district’s op…

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 The Shelby Lions Club will be hosting a Diabetes Awareness Walk Sept. 18, at the start of Roadrunner Trail at 10 a.m. The walk starts at the northern trail and ends at City Shop Road. Proceeds and donations go back to the community to assist individuals with diabetes.  

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Last week the Marias River Livestock Association hosted presentations on feeding and vaccinating during drought conditions. Dr. Cathy Lockard from Friesen Nutrition emphasized the importance of cattle nutrition. During the drought we face a lot of challenges to feeding properly, explained Dr…

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If you loved the R Snack Shop when it “lived” in the mall on the west end of town, you are going to really love it now that it has found a new home in the heart of downtown Cut Bank at 14 East Railroad Street. Not only is it more centrally located, but it has great parking and soon to come, …

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Congratulations to the Cut Bank Education Foundation & Alumni Association (CBEFAA)’s 2021 Cut Bank High School Alumni Scholarship award recipients! We are so proud of all of our CBHS alumni and love to see Cut Bank Wolves making a difference in the world!

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Having participated as a player in TourneySport USA Hawaii Classics volleyball in 2007, Rhanda EagleSpeaker was preparing to return to Hawaii as a coach in 2020 when the trip was derailed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fortunately, her team of seven girls was able to travel to Honolulu this m…

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The dog days of summer are upon us, school will be starting soon and our days will begin getting shorter and chillier. It’s hard to believe that fall is less than six weeks away. Autumn has always been my favorite time of year and I feel fortunate to live in a place that has four distinct seasons. 

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The Museum of the Plains Indian, administered by the U.S. Department of the Interior, Indian Arts and Crafts Board, reopened to the public effective July 27.