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Are you looking to spruce up your home this winter? Maybe you're looking for the perfect gift for that special someone this holiday season? Make sure that you get the best deal in northern Montana and come on in to Billman's Home Decor for all of your home decorating and furnishing needs! 

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The only agenda item on the menu for the Nov. 10 meeting of the Glacier County Commission at the Satellite Office in Browning was “Browning Community Issues.” However, no such issues were introduced as no one from Browning arrived to raise them.

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Looking for the freshest cuts of meat in the Golden Triangle? Look no further than Christiaens Meats in Valier! Christiaens Meats offers a wide variety of cuts and selections from beef, pork and lamb options. Ignore those prepackaged cuts in supermarkets. When you shop at Christiaens you kno…

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3 Rivers Communications announced Nov. 5 its decision to permanently close the 3 Rivers RadioShack store in Browning. The store, along with the 3 Rivers customer service office located inside, has been closed since mid-March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. According to 3 Rivers, the Browning R…

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John Running Fisher of Black Raptor Snow Removal was busy Monday morning clearing sidewalks and parking lots of his downtown Cut Bank businesses. Blue skies and calm winds were a welcome change from the windy, frigid blizzard conditions of the weekend. Depending on where you live, snowfall r…

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City of Cut Bank taxpayers received their tax bills earlier this month and according to City Clerk Linda Burley, “The taxes didn’t change that much for Cut Bank residents.”

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Our two weeks of autumn was fun, wasn’t it? Since Mother Nature is determined to throw us into winter, thoughts begin to turn towards the holiday season. Here at Hi-Line’s Help, we take the opportunity at the holidays to help out those families we work with by offering a special turkey dinne…

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There are few things that affect everyone around the world as dramatically as climate change. With greenhouse gases constantly being released through vehicle, electrical and industry-related emissions, the focus is often put into reducing these forms of pollution. 

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Over the last six months the Glacier County Sheriff’s Office, in partnership with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), collected from the public in order to give the citizens of Glacier County the opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially da…

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All veterans are invited to attend a Veterans Day luncheon in their honor on Wednesday, Nov. 11, hosted by the Cut Bank Schools. The information on the school calendar is incorrect. The lunch will be at 11:45 a.m. in the high school gym lobby. Please note the time change!

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Area residents and visitors are invited to attend the Golden Triangle Transit Transportation Advisory Committee meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 10, beginning at 10 a.m. at the Pondera Senior Center, located at 311 South Virginia in Conrad. The operations of Northern Transit Interlocal, Toole County…

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An employee in another Glacier County department has potentially been exposed to COVID-19 but the exposure will not close the office, reported Glacier County Human Resources Director Mike Kittson in a press release issued on Saturday, Oct. 31. The Glacier County Clerk and Recorder’s Office w…

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Glacier County Clerk and Recorder and Election Administrator Mandi Bird Kennerly cleared up the misinformation and poor communication regarding ballot drop-off locations in Glacier County at the Glacier County Commissioner’s meeting on Oct. 29. Kennerly addressed the Commissioners and stated…

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The Glacier County District Court Office in the Glacier County Courthouse in Cut Bank will be closed starting Thursday October 29 after county officials were notified of a potential exposure of one or more employees to Coronavirus. County Officials hope to reopen the office on November 9, 20…

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As winter approaches, the increase in snow and ice means an additional rise in automobile accidents on the roads. Don't allow the overwhelming stress of an auto collision or windshield crack get to you! 

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At Marias Medical Center, we are adjusting our rapid COVID-19 testing as we go into winter weather conditions. We now will be using the front entrance of the hospital. It is not in the ER parking lot anymore, but rather in the west parking lot under the carport for curbside COVID-19 testing,…

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The COVID-19 pandemic brought about rapid, unanticipated change for all of us in the Pondera County community. The joy of the freedoms we take advantage of everyday are now challenged. “How do we move forward and put this behind us?” are questions on everyone’s mind. 

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At around 3 p.m. on Sunday, May 17, a concrete drop structure failed on the Bureau of Reclamation’s Milk River Project St. Mary Canal, northwest of the town of Cut Bank in northern Montana, located completely within the Blackfeet Indian Reservation.

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Don't let the stress of trudging through companies and reviews to pick a plumber get you down! When it comes to getting a job done quickly and done right, 1st Choice Plumbing is the one to choose. Avoid the headaches of dealing with plumbing problems and allow the professionals at 1st Choice…

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Eight months ago, Laurie McKinnon wasn’t sure she’d be running for re-election to Montana’s Supreme Court. Now, as the Nov. 3 election looms, she’s facing competition from Mike Black, a Helena-based attorney.

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So, here’s the question: How much power should local governments have to regulate firearms or prevent their possession by felons, minors, undocumented immigrants or people judged mentally incompetent?

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Four years ago, a majority of Montanans voted against spending the small amount of money it would take to rename the office of state auditor to reflect what the position actually does. Now, both Democrat Shane Morigeau and Republican Troy Downing are stressing how important the job is to pro…

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Winter is quickly approaching and so is the need to ensure that all things plumbing are ready for the season in your home or business. Want to ensure that you get the best that the area has to offer? Better call Dave Momberg and Superior Plumbing and Heating!

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The Glacier County 4-Hers, led by Grace Rooney, are challenging residents to participate in Kyona’s Biggest Food Drive. Kyona Yeager is a nearby 4-Her who is recovering from COVID-19. She has a passion for feeding Montana’s families–especially during the pandemic. Donations of food or checks…

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Marijuana is back on the ballot — the third time in the last five election cycles — but this year Montanans will decide for the first time whether to follow other states like Colorado and Washington in legalizing use for all adults.

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Since 1985, October has been Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We should, however, be aware of this disease’s signs and symptoms all year long. It is also a time to celebrate hope for those who have been diagnosed with the disease and its many survivors. Area residents have another reason to ce…

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I rarely respond to Facebook posts. But with the General Election just a few weeks away, and ballots already in the hands of most county voters, I’m making an exception. State of Montana officials and the Montana Supreme Court have said repeatedly it is up to the voters of Glacier County to …

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As the days of warm weather are coming to a close, take advantage of feeling the cool fall breeze blow through your hair and head down to Pure Bliss Cycle in Conrad. Shop new or used Honda, Yamaha or Polaris ATVs, UTVs, motorcycles and snowmobiles all in one location at 609 S. Main St. or vi…

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Glacier Pharmacy in Cut Bank recently celebrated its first anniversary on Sept. 16. The pharmacy, which is located inside of Big Sky Foods, was founded by Cut Bank native Ann Clark and has stood strong amongst the COVID-19 pandemic.