The Cut Bank Area Chamber of Commerce is excited to combine it with the annual Prime Rib Cook-off Contest to create the 1st Annual Beef and Bid. The Beef and Bid fundraiser will be held on Saturday, Dec. 7, at the Pioneer Bar.
Matilde B. Sanchez arrived in the United States this past March. She came to Cut Bank to continue a teaching career she had established in the Philippines for the past 24 years.
The face of the Cut Bank Area Chamber of Commerce for the past 11 years has been Executive Director Amy Overstreet. But that’s about to change. Overstreet was hired last week as the new Executive Director of the Cut Bank Education Foundation and Alumni Association (CBEFAA).
If you came upon an accident you would probably try to help out wouldn’t you? People always try to help out when there is a dire need for their help. There is a dire need for human blood right now.
Northern Rockies Medical Center is hosting the 2nd annual Cut Bank’s Food Drive of the Wild starting on Nov. 1! The purpose of the food drive is to collect items for the Harvest Food Pantry by showing the community’s support for either the Bobcats or the Grizzlies in the upcoming “Brawl of t…
The Cut Bank Lady Wolves went 0-2 at the District 1B Tournament last weekend in Choteau to end their season. The Lady Wolves were upset in their opening match and couldn’t bounce back as they now look ahead to next season.
Without a doubt, the one thing that signifies the true start to the holiday season in Cut Bank is the Parade of Lights and the lighting of the decorations, lights and ornaments on the Glacier County Courthouse lawn. And of course, the last part of that is a social at the Civic Center where S…
The Cut Bank Wolves saw their season end last weekend in the first round of the Class B Playoffs with a 41-0 loss to Manhattan. The Wolves wrapped up the year with a 3-6 record.
The Cut Bank Lady Wolves went 0-3 in the final week of regular season play, falling to Shelby, Choteau and Fairfield and will enter this weekend’s District 1B Tournament in Choteau as the fourth seed. The Lady Wolves will open play on Friday against Great Falls Central at 10 a.m. The winner …
The Cut Bank cross country teams finished a strong season of persevering thro-ugh adversity by…persev-ering through more adversity! The State Cross Country Meet in Great Falls on Saturday dawned with two inches of snow and 29 degrees on the Eagle Falls Golf Course.
The Cut Bank Wolves are playoff bound, going into the Class B Championships as the fourth seed from the Northern Division. Cut Bank dropped their regular season finale against Malta last weekend, 28-6, and finished the regular season 3-5.
The Cut Bank Lady Wolves dropped their only match last week as they fell to Conrad 3-1. The local spikers have a busy final week of regular season ahead of them as they host Choteau on Friday for their Pink Night and travel to Fairfield on Saturday for their season finale. The Lady Wolves al…
Early snowstorms cancelled the Wolves cross country races for the last few weeks and left the Wolves cross country teams caged up and foaming at the mouth to run. They have been diligently training in all weather, though, to be ready for the next chance.
Cut Bank Trails hired Brielle Andrews as their new Executive Director earlier this month. Andrews was hired to coordinate the Cut Bank Trails social media, grant writing, and communication with the community of Cut Bank. She’ll work with the Cut Bank Trails board members with any needed comm…
The Cut Bank Lady Wolves picked up a pair of wins last week as they took down Class A Browning on Thursday and Great Falls Central on Senior Night on Saturday.
The Cut Bank Wolves dropped a 7-0 decision on the road to Deer Lodge last Friday. The Wolves dropped to 2-5 on the season but will look to keep their playoff hopes alive this Friday as they host Harlem for Senior Night.
The “Wild Pig Symposium on the Border” will be held Friday, Oct. 18, at 6 p.m. at the Legion Hall in Sweet Grass. Farmers, ranchers, hunters, any landowner, Border Patrol agents and anyone else interested is encouraged to attend.
The Cut Bank football team dominated their annual Homecoming game with Wolf Point in a battle of the Wolves, 50-0. The Wolves overcame a slow start to rack up their highest scoring game of the season while their defense earned its second consecutive shut out.
The Cut Bank Lady Wolves split a pair of conference matches with Shelby and Rocky Boy last week. The Lady Wolves were swept by the Coyotes in their annual Homecoming match before defeating the Stars 3-1.
The CBMS tennis teams wrapped up their season just before last week’s big snowstorm. They finished up their competition with league schools on Sept. 23, hosting matches with Choteau.
On Friday, Sept. 27, around 9 a.m., law enforcement officers from the Cut Bank Police Department, Toole County Sheriff’s Office, Federal Bureau of Investigation, and U.S. Marshall’s served an arrest warrant on Shelby Public School Counselor, Anthony (Tony) Heaton.
The Cut Bank Wolves picked up their first win of the season as they downed Conrad 6-0 as a winter storm rolled in on Friday. The local gridders will welcome another pack of Wolves to town this weekend for the annual Homecoming game as Wolf Point comes to town for a 7 p.m. kickoff.
“We went from winter into about a week of summer, then into fall and now we’re into winter again,” Jim McNeely said of the record setting snowstorm over the weekend. Having been named Public Information Officer for the event, McNeely has been on the scene since things started.
The Cut Bank Lady Wolves picked up a pair of conference wins last weekend as they downed Conrad and Rocky Boy. The Lady Wolves sit with a 2-1 conference record on the year and take on new District 1B member Great Falls Central and perennial powerhouse Fairfield this weekend.
Friday, Sept. 20, at Eagle Falls Golf Course in Great Falls, all classes of cross-country runners were anxious for a preview run of course where this year’s All Class State Meet will be held. In the combined Class B and C race, the Cut Bank boys team placed second as a team within the team …
The Cut Bank Wolves dropped to 0-4 on the year with a 46-0 drubbing at the hands of the Glasgow Scotties. The local gridders normally stingy defense gave up 24 points in the opening quarter and the offense never got rolling in the defeat. The Wolves will look to pick up their first win of th…
The Town Pump Charitable Foundation is matching $750,000 in contributions during its 18th annual fundraising campaign for food banks across Montana, including the Harvest Food Pantry in Cut Bank.
The Cut Bank Wolves may have fallen to 0-3 in last weekend’s conference tilt with the top ranked Fairfield Eagles but the local gridders held a high-scoring Eagle offense in check for most of the game before falling 28-7. Cut Bank will look to pick up their first win of the season as they tr…
The CBHS Lady Wolves dropped their lone match of the week on Saturday as they fell to perennial District 1B favorite Choteau 3-0. The Lady Wolves will look to bounce back with conference tilts against Conrad and Rocky Boy this weekend.
Over 500 runners competed on Friday, Sept. 6 in four different races at the Cut Bank Golf and Country Club in the annual Mike Reynolds Time Trials. In a stacked men’s race of nearly 200 runners from 19 teams, including AA teams from Flathead and CMR, Cut Bank freshman Devin Shultz finished 4…
The Cut Bank Wolves dropped a heartbreaker in overtime to the Bigfork Vikings last Friday at home, 12-6. The Wolves fell to 0-2 on the season with their first conference test ahead of them this weekend as they will host top-ranked Fairfield.
The Cut Bank Lady Wolves dropped their home opener last week as they fell to Browning in a tough five set match. The local spikers also traveled to the Chinook Invitational over the weekend and finished the tournament with a 3-4 record.
The Cut Bank Wolves opened the 2019 season with a 12-7 loss at the hands of the Whitehall Trojans last Friday. The Wolves will look to bounce back this weekend as they host Bigfork at 7 p.m.
The Cut Bank Lady Wolves got their volleyball season underway last week at the Choteau Invitational. The local spikers gained valuable court experience as many new faces are on the floor for the varsity squad this season.
The Cut Bank Middle School eighth grade girls basketball team opened their season last weekend by earning a split in games with Fairfield and Havre. Cut Bank defeated Fairfield 46-24 before falling to Havre 51-29.
The Cut Bank Wolves will kick off the 2019 season this Friday at 6:30 p.m. at the town field against Whitehall. Head coach Dylan Johnston begins his second season at the helm with a bunch of experience returning, including 11 seniors.
The Cut Bank Saddle Club and Glacier Trail Riders recap the National O-Mok-See Results for the 13 Cut Bank riders who participated. Held in Buffalo, Wyo. in mid-July the annual event featured over 200 riders competing in 13 individual races, plus teams and pairs over the week-long competitio…
The CBHS volleyball squad will open up the 2019 season this weekend at the Choteau Invitational. The JV and C squads will play on Thursday while the varsity team will be in action on Friday and Saturday.
Soon school-age children will be back in school for another year. There is always a lot to do to get those students ready for the classroom. On this “to do” list is gathering all the school supplies students need.
In less than two weeks, school-age children will be back in school for another year. There is always a lot to do to get those students ready for the classroom. On this “to do” list is gathering all the school supplies students need.
For the first time in years, Glacier County will be holding a public hearing on its preliminary budget and members of the public will have access to copies of the preliminary budget beginning today, Wednesday, Aug. 14.
The Cut Bank Sharks traveled to Sidney for the State Swim meet that took place Aug. 3-4. It was a long commute and the weather reached 98 degrees on Saturday. There were 252 swimmers that competed from the west side and 373 swimmers from the east side. The Eastern Federation has a large amou…
Thursday, Aug. 15 at 6 p.m. in the Cut Bank High School Band Room, new band director, Kathy Lindberg will be holding a meeting for all new band students and their parents, providing them with an overview of the band program and an opportunity to try out an instrument they are interested in p…
Calling it an end to an era, Cut Bank Schools Superintendent Wade Johnson recommended the local school board accept the resignation of Scott Laird, who has served as business manager and district clerk for the last 30 years. The school board accepted Laird’s resignation at their regular meet… Read more
The face of the Cut Bank Area Chamber of Commerce for the past 11 years has been Executive Director Amy Overstreet. But that’s about to change. Overstreet was hired last week as the new Executive Director of the Cut Bank Education Foundation and Alumni Association (CBEFAA). Read more