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The Cut Bank Lady Wolves will be sending five athletes to the State Class B Track and Field Meet in Kalispell this weekend, including medal favorites Kamdyn Molenda and Dakota Manecke. The duo, previously undefeated in their signature events, both saw their streaks come to an end at Division…

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Coalter Littrell was the lone Wolf to compete in the State Class B Golf Tournament, held last week in Missoula at the tough Ranch Club Golf and Country Club. “For Coalter to qualify for state in only his second year of golf says something about his character and work ethic,” praised Coach Sc…

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Senior standout Kamdyn Molenda won five individual events at the District 1B Meet last weekend in Great Falls to lead the Lady Wolves to a second place team trophy. Although they only have seven athletes on the team this season, all seven will be advancing to the Northern B Divisional Meet i…

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The Wolves’ doubles teams led the way to second place team finishes at the North West Divisional tennis tournament held in Conrad this past week. Senior co-captain Colby Kraft teamed up with junior Colten Barsness to make the championship doubles match but finished second to the Great Falls …

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The Cut Bank Lady Wolves wrapped up the regular season in Butte last weekend where they faced off with four non-conference opponents, including three from Class A. The Lady Wolves went 1-3 on the weekend and will head to Billings this weekend for the Eastern Divisional Tournament where they …

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The Cut Bank track and field teams had a busy week with three meets and two of the stars of this season continued their undefeated streaks in their signature events. Senior Kamdyn Molenda and junior Dakota Manecke won the 100 and pole vault, respectively, in the Cascade Top 8 Meet and the Ar…

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The Cut Bank Wolves tennis team closed out their regular season at the Missoula duels and Best of West tournament this past weekend. This week they will play the NW Divisional tournament in Conrad on Friday and Saturday with the qualifiers advancing to the State Tournament next week in Bozeman. 

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The Wolves golf team has traveled the Golden Triangle the past two weeks, starting with a trip to Choteau before the Easter Break. Four boys competed at the Choteau Varsity Invitational in warm, but windy conditions. Devin Gobert shot a 96 on the day, followed by Coalter Littrell (97), Matt …

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The Cut Bank Lady Wolves dropped their lone varsity contest last weekend, a non-conference tilt to Class A Havre, but are locked in as the second seed for next weekend’s Eastern B/C Divisional Tournament in Billings. The Lady Wolves carry a 6-2 conference record into the final regular season…

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The Cut Bank Lady Wolves softball team went 5-1 last weekend in Glasgow including three conference wins to push them up to number two in the Eastern Division standings with a 6-2 conference record. A week after struggling to get things going offensively, the Lady Wolves wasted little time de…

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The Cut Bank track and field teams competed last week in Great Falls at the Fairfield/Belt Invitational and Dakota Manecke and Kamdyn Molenda continued their undefeated streaks in the pole vault and 100 meters. Manecke broke her own school record yet again as she cleared 10-0 to win her sixt…

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The Wolves’ tennis teams traveled to Choteau last week to match up with the Bulldogs in a head to head duel. The Bulldogs managed to win all four singles while the Lady Wolves swept the doubles and dropped the duel 2-4. The Bulldogs boys’ roster only showed two singles players so the Wolves …

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The Cut Bank tracksters hosted a Pre-Easter Invitational last Thursday before the holiday weekend and both the boys and girls teams had strong showings on their home turf. The girls placed fourth as a team behind four individual placements from senior Kamdyn Molenda while the boys placed six…

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The Cut Bank Lady Wolves picked up a pair of non-conference wins last week as they throttled Browning and dispatched Conrad. 

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The Wolves tennis teams were able to get in four duel matches vs. Class A competition this past week as they hosted the Cut Bank “A” Invitational Tennis event. 

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Coalter Littrell took home the first place medal this past Saturday at the Choteau JV Invitational, winning in a chip-off as both players carded 93 strokes on the day. 

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The Cut Bank track and field teams competed at the Havre Lions Invitational last weekend and both Kamdyn Molenda and Dakota Manecke continued their dominance in the 100 and pole vault. 

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The Cut Bank Lady Wolves Softball Team went 0-3 in varsity action last weekend in Lewistown, dropping games to Lewistown, Huntley Project and Colstrip while the JV team defeated Havre. 

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The Cut Bank Lady Wolves tracksters competed in a pair of meets last week as they traveled to Havre and Choteau. The girls’ squad continued to turn in impressive individual efforts with placements and personal records, and this week even a school record fell, again, as Dakota Manecke broke h…

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The Wolves’ tennis teams traveled to Great Falls to duel both CMR and Great Falls High School this past week and then participated in the Havre Invitational. The girls’ team finished 1-7 vs. CMR and 3-5 against Great Falls High while the boys were 1-7 against CMR and 2-6 vs. GFH. 

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The Cut Bank Lady Wolves opened their softball season with a bang as they went 5-0 last week, picking up a non-conference win over Class A Browning on Thursday before going 4-0 at the Cut Bank Jamboree on Saturday. The Lady Wolves are coming off a fourth place finish at the State Tournament …

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The Cut Bank tracksters opened their season last Saturday hosting the Booster Invitational. Both the girls and boys teams turned in impressive performances in their opening weekend.

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Cut Bank High School graduate Dakota Dosch and her Miles City Community College women’s basketball team recently wrapped up a remarkable season that took them to Lubbock, Texas for the NJCAA Division One National Tournament. Dosch and her squad won their first 33 games of the season but fell…

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The Cut Bank Lady Wolves’ softball team will open up their season this week with a couple days of home field advantage. The local diamond dwellers are coming off a fourth place finish at State last season and boast an experienced squad that will host Browning tomorrow (Thursday) before hosti…

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The Cut Bank High School Track and Field team will kick off their season this Saturday at home with the Cut Bank Booster Club Invitational. New head coach Shayle Ehlers welcomes 27 athletes to the program this season led by returning State placers senior Kamdyn Molenda and junior Dakota Manecke. 

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Twenty-two teams, 235 cheerleaders, one LONG night, these are the makings of a great CheerFest. Friday, March 15 the Cut Bank High School cheerleaders stepped on the big blue mat in Lewistown to compete against cheerleaders from around the state. All of the 5:30 a.m. practices and weeks of h…

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Approximately three years ago the NaturEner Wind Farm appealed its taxes. While I would never support legislation that prevented such an appeal as property values change over time, the impact on Toole and Glacier County local governments and schools was enormous. Why?

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The 4th annual Pondera HealthCare Foundation (PHCF) sponsored fundraiser, Taste of Pondera, was very successful again this year, reports Phyllis Ann Philipps. Proceeds from the generous donations, games, raffles, and live auction will be used for ongoing Foundation health and wellness projec…

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The Glacier County 4-H shooting sports members have wrapped up another successful Marias Fair Archery and Air Rifle tournament. The Archery tournament was held Feb. 9 and 10 in Shelby and the Rifle tournament was Feb. 24 in Conrad. Members were coached by Don and Carolyn Popelka (archery) an…

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Cut Bank and Valier High School Prom is slated for Saturday, March 16 beginning at 7 p.m. in the Cut Bank High School auditorium with the Grand March. The public is invited to be a part of this special procession. 

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The Montana Department of Administration (DOA) and Montana Association of Counties (MACo) disagree with statements made by Glacier County Treasurer Don Wilson when it comes to the use of PILT (Payment in Lieu of Taxes) money for interfund loans or as transfers to cover county funds with nega…

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The Shelby High School Gymnasium will be rocking this weekend as the Northern B Divisional Boys Basketball Tournament comes to town. Action will kick off on Thursday as eight teams will be vying for three spots at next weekend’s State B Tournament in Belgrade. 

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The 2018 Federal Farm Bill legalized industrial hemp production and Montana lawmakers are considering the best ways to integrate it into the state’s agriculture economy. 

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For the last 72 years, the Cut Bank Area Chamber of Commerce has held an annual banquet and at every banquet, there has been a Citizen of the Year awarded. It is a highlight of the banquet and one many look forward to each year.

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The Cut Bank Wolves boys basketball season came to an end this past weekend after losing a pair of District 1B tournament games. Thursday the Wolves took on the third-ranked Stars from Rocky Boy. Solid defense by the Wolves helped keep the contest close as they trailed 11-7 after the first q…

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The Cut Bank Wolves had three grapplers reach the podium last weekend at the All-Class State Wrestling Tournament in Billings on their way to a seventh place finish as a team. JR Seewald and Austin Vanek both placed third while Andrew Andersen finished fourth in the season finale. 

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The Cut Bank Lady Wolves went 2-0 in their final tune up before the District Tournament and wrapped up their first regular season District 1B Conference title since 1980 with road wins over Rocky Boy and Choteau. The Lady Wolves enter the 1B Tournament in Shelby this weekend as the top seed …

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The Cut Bank boys basketball season wrapped up their regular season this past weekend with a pair of losses to Rocky Boy and Choteau. 

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The Cut Bank Lady Wolves split a pair of non-conference tilts last weekend as they fell to Class A Browning on Thursday before dominating Class C CJI on Friday. The local cagers wrap up regular season play this weekend with a pair of conference games that will determine seeding for the Distr…

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The Glacier County Commissioners have hired Chancy Kittson as the County’s Chief Financial Officer. Kittson served as Interim CFO for 90 days and was paid $48 per hour as an independent contractor. Kitt-son’s new statusis now that of a department head and he will answer to the Glacier County… Read more

Senior standout Kamdyn Molenda won five individual events at the District 1B Meet last weekend in Great Falls to lead the Lady Wolves to a second place team trophy. Although they only have seven athletes on the team this season, all seven will be advancing to the Northern B Divisional Meet i… Read more