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Some say homecoming events took place for the first time in the 19th century. Others swear the first homecoming event was a football game held in 1911 when Kansas faced off against Missouri. Either way, homecoming football games have been part of the fall season for as far back as any of us …

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“Northern Rockies Medical Center (NRMC) looks forward to working with the community to build a strong EMS over time,” said Cherie Taylor, Chief Executive officer of NRMC. The Glacier County Commissioners approved entering into a three-year agreement to lease the EMS facility and ambulances t…

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In order to avoid contact tracing scams, Attorney General Tim Fox asks Montanans to be cautious when answering contact tracing phone calls, texts, or emails. Contact tracing is the process that helps health officials identify people who may have come into contact with a person who tested pos…

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The Glacier County Treasurer’s Office, located in the Glacier County Courthouse in Cut Bank, will be closed for the week starting Monday, Sept. 21. Anyone needing to conduct business with the Glacier County Treasurer’s Office, please call the Browning Satellite Office at (406) 873-8560 and t…

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The Pondera County Recycling Coalition (PCRC), in conjunction with the Department of Environmental Quality, is holding an “E-Waste Collection Electronic Recycling Event” on Friday, Sept. 18 from noon to 5 p.m. and Saturday, Sept. 19, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event will be held at the Conrad…

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Fall means falling leaves and falling temperatures. And fall also means it is time for fundraisers. Rockies Healthcare Foundation (RHF) kicked off its annual fall fundraising raffle last week.This year’s proceeds will go toward continuing Emergency Medical Services (EMS) in the area.

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Lee Peterson took the Senior Men’s High Point title at the State O-Mok-See for the fourth year in a row. Riding his horse, Kiter, Lee finished first in Flag Race and Pair Pole with partner Cassie Johnson and placed in four other individual events to compile 440 points. Peterson trained Kiter…

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There will be another opportunity to save a life, or several lives, by donating blood on Wednesday, Sept. 23, from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m., by appointment at the Cut Bank Civic Center during the Northern Rockies Medical Center Health Fair.

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The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) would like to provide an update on the proposal to construct the shared-use path in Cut Bank. The project begins near where the existing path at Anna Jeffries School intersects Montana Secondary Highway 213 and extends east to Nyhagen Road; the …

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Judy Loendorf and/or Steve Mulonet, Service Officers for the Montana Veterans Affairs will be visiting the following locations to meet with Veterans who are interested in applying for benefits. If you are interested in applying for benefits, please bring a copy of your discharge paperwork  (…

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Fairfield teen and 4-H member, Kyona Yeager, was diagnosed with COVID-19 and was fighting the disease in Salt Lake City. She is currently home recovering in Fairfield, but she has requested that instead of making donations to her, she would like people to make donations to their local food b…

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The use of drones as a tool for ranchers and farmers alike is a relatively new one. However, as technology continues to throttle mankind into the future, so, too, must those ranchers and farmers adapt. 

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Rural Montanans know how great it is to live in small towns. It seems, however, word is getting out and more people are moving in to call this area their home.

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Enrollment is up 10 students at Cut Bank High School from last year’s opening week’s numbers, but overall enrollment is down 22 students, reported Cut Bank Schools Superintendent Wade Johnson. Early enrollment numbers list 219 high school students compared to 209 last year and district-wide …

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I know we can all agree that 2020 has been a challenging year, perhaps the most challenging year in a long time for many of us. This year is also important for many reasons, including that the federal government is conducting the 2020 decennial Census. This once-a-decade event is critically …

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The Total Money Makeover (TMM), by Dave Ramsey, provides a practical and inspiring action plan for getting in financial shape. There is no better way to “get in shape” than with a group of likeminded individuals and the TMM book club will do just that this fall!  

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A high-speed chase on Friday, Sept. 4, resulted in an officer involved shooting of the suspect who was driving a stolen vehicle. The incident is currently under investigation of the Montana Department of Criminal Investigation.

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One of the Glacier Reporter’s long running columns has poetically described life in Browning and surrounding communities, a familiar topic to those who live here. But since the combination of four local papers into the present form, some folks reading “Bruno’s Best of the Rez” are asking who…

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Between Betty Zarn and Mable Hale, they have 81 combined years of experience working in the kitchen for Cut Bank Schools. There will not be any more years added to that nice-size number, as these two amazing ladies have decided it is time for retirement. Betty wrapped up her career in the sc…

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The use of drones as a tool for ranchers and farmers alike is a relatively new one. However, as technology continues to throttle mankind into the future, so, too, must those ranchers and farmers adapt. 

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Nicholas Hudak has been on the job with Northern Rockies Medical Center for less than two months now but it didn’t take long for him to make the following discovery. “The entire staff at NRMC is both professional and friendly. I am thankful to work in a culture where staff members continuall…

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Rural communities across Montana are grappling with ideas and solutions for keeping their local communities’ great places to live, work and raise a family. The City of Shelby and Sunburst Community Foundationare excited to be offering a series of virtual statewide gatherings called Reimagini…

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Loendorf and/or Steve Mulonet, Service Officers for the Montana Veterans Affairs will be visiting the following locations and times to meet with Veterans who are interested in applying for benefits. If you are interested in applying for benefits, please bring a copy of your discharge paperwo…

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The Cut Bank Golf and Country Club is hosting a 19th Hole family-friendly fundraiser on Sunday, Aug. 30, from 2-8 p.m. at the Cut Bank Creek Brewery. The local golf course, which includes a restaurant, has been closed to the public under the Blackfeet Tribe’s COVID-19 closure ordinance, whic…

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The complete video of the meeting can be found at:

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Commissioner Tom McKay speaking to Clerk and Recorder Mandi Kennerly.

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To listen to the entire meeting, see: https://transcripts.gotomeeting.com/#/s/a58b18fac8ce8a444338a4038c29aa29ef3c497c6b4de0daf44f683dcab19d91

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To listen to the entire meeting, see: https://transcripts.gotomeeting.com/#/s/a58b18fac8ce8a444338a4038c29aa29ef3c497c6b4de0daf44f683dcab19d91

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To listen to the entire meeting, see: https://transcripts.gotomeeting.com/#/s/a58b18fac8ce8a444338a4038c29aa29ef3c497c6b4de0daf44f683dcab19d91

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Glacier County will conduct the upcoming General Election by mail ballot following the adoption of Resolution 2020-20 on Aug. 27. County election officials will still allow voters to vote their ballot for the Nov. 3 election in-person if they choose, following strict COVID-19 safety measures…

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There are any number of things that can cause trouble for a farmer and their crop or herd. An overly dry season, an overabundance of rain, wildfires, wildlife and especially an invasive species of weeds. In northern Montana, the aggressive Knapweed has been an unwanted tenant in many farmers…

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As summer winds down, fresh vegetables are showing up in farmers’ markets around the Golden Triangle. Birch Creek Colony Produce can be found every Wednesday afternoon at the Panther Cafe parking lot in Valier. They plan to be there until the produce runs out or the first frost takes its tol…

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Three Montana farms recently were added to the state’s Centennial Farm and Ranch program, including the Bunyak Farm in Sunburst. Also added this year were the Benson Upland Farm near Outlook, and the Danielson Farm near Homestead. These farms never left family ownership, still retain some or…

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The past few months have been uncertain and riddled with anxiety for a lot of people, especially those who were unable to work or have had the hours reduced due to COVID-19. While the food banks in the area are available and more than happy to help, there is another program that may have bee…