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Since the days of Pac Man and Donkey Kong, video games have grown tremendously, taking on a life of their own. They have become way more elaborate, more life-like and even more intense. They are still made to entertain, but many of them are also delivering a message to their players.

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Montana State University Ranch Management Systems Team in collaboration with local MSU Extension agents have put together a series of workshops to address potential strategies to reduce the effects of drought in 2021. The closest workshop for the Hi-Line area will be held in Havre on April 2…

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One of the nation’s oldest annual powwows will be held virtually this year. The University of Montana student-organized Kyiyo Pow Wow will present the 53rd annual week of dancing, singing, story sharing and events started on Monday, April 12, and continue through Sunday, April 18.

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The Northern Rockies Medical Center (NRMC) Board of Directors voted unanimously on March 30 to “strengthen healthcare services” to Glacier County and the surrounding area by “partnering with the Kalispell Regional Healthcare System (KRHS)/Logan Health system.”  To achieve that goal, the memb…

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Marias River Livestock Association has two meet and greet sessions planned for Monday, April 12, to help introduce the community to the newest members of our area’s grizzly bear and predator management team. The first meet and greet will be held at the Whitlash Hall, in Whitlash, at 1 p.m. T…

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When Doug and Kim Norman of Norman’s Sports purchased P & K Athletics in 2000, one of the cornerstones of the company’s business was the Jordan brand. Since 1978, when Pat and Karen Winterrowd landed the Nike retail license, the Nike brand has been a staple of the Cut Bank store. Since t…

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The Blackfeet lands have supported hundreds of calf births these past few weeks, and in turn the calves born will support the Blackfeet community. It is the ranchers, though, who have taken the responsibility to see all those new lives successfully entered into this world. 

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What came first, the chicken or the egg? For Kaden Kipp, it was the chicken. His first one showed up on Easter morning six years ago. Since then, there have been a few more added to the brood and in the very near future, another 20 hens will join the feathered group. 

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We want to let our patrons know that we are busily working behind the scenes right now to get the libraries ready for reopening. With budget and staff cuts and also being closed for eleven months we have a lot of catching up to do! 

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A hidden Cut Bank gem is the City Bark Park. The City Bark Park is located on Nyhagen Road, not quite a mile from the Nyhagen turn-off on Central Avenue. It is located between the State of Montana maintenance office and the city’s roll-off site. If you end up at the roll-off site, you have g…

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Annually over 3,600 runners, joggers and fitness walkers gather each year in Montana’s largest road race.  Although participants won’t be able to gather in a large group, don’t miss out on participating in Ice Breaker Virtual Road Race.  

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The Montana Coaches Association (MCA) is pleased to announce that five Montana coaches, including Dell Meuchel, will be inducted into the MCA Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony will be a part of the 2021 MCA Awards Ceremony (in conjunction with the MCA Coaches Clinic), on Thursday, July 29…

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We at the Blackfeet Care Center have great news. We are officially off of quarantine as Glacier County’s positivity rate has been under 10% for several weeks. This means that effective Monday, March 22, we began scheduled face-to-face visits between residents and their family and friends. If…

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This week the House Appropriations Committee focused on creating the framework for appropriating the $3 billion American Rescue Plan (ARP) package that Montana will receive from the Federal Government. While there are those that suggest sending this money back, the reality is that it will ei…

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The COVID-19 pandemic brought anxiety and stress to the people of Montana. The news outlets and coffee shops filled with tales of chaos and anger. Nationwide turmoil, including riots, burning, looting, and the storming of our nation’s capital shook us to the core. The story of our democracy …

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A bill gaining momentum at the legislature would allow Montanans to sell food from their homes directly to consumers without any government oversight. It would also legalize the direct sale of raw milk.

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The Cut Bank Golf and Country Club (CBGCC) is busy planning for the opening of the 2021 season after receiving word last week the Blackfeet Tribal Council has approved moving to Phase 3 of reopening the Blackfeet Reservation. 

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The Coutts-Sweet Grass Lions Club will be hosting their annual pancake supper on Tuesday, March 23. This year’s event will be take-out and order forms are available at the Early Bird, City Hall, the Sunburst Library, Sunburst Merc and KW, to be filled out between March 15 and March 22. One c…

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There are reports of a new COVID-19 vaccine email scam where people are asked to complete a survey. They offer a free reward but ask people to pay a nominal fee “to cover shipping.” Survey scams like this are a creative way to steal your identity or money. Many survey scams offer a reward an…

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During the evidentiary hearing in Glacier County District Court this morning, District Court Judge Robert Olson ordered convicted sex offender Larry Bomar remanded back to the Montana State Prison to complete the remaining 12 years of his sentence for the sexual assault of a 6-year-old. Boma…

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The Blackfeet Nation recognizes that if our agriculture prospers, the whole community does too. To support our producers, our agriculture partner organizations host many opportunities for producers. This week we will take the time to highlight a few resources that may be slipping under the r…

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Not a single person spoke against the need to have a Glacier County Satellite Office in Browning during the March 4 public hearing held by the Glacier County Commissioners. Several comments, however, addressed the County’s financial position, questioning if now is the right time to purchase …

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The political authority of the state is constitutionally separated into the legislative, executive, and judicial branches. To defend and promote liberty, these three branches must maintain separation and act independently. 

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Northern Rockies Medical Center is very fortunate to have a number of very good ancillary departments within their walls, one of those being their Physical Therapy Department. And within that department, they are very fortunate to have a great team of therapists, including their newest addit…