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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. 

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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. 

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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. 

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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.

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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. 

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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…

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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. 

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Final results for local cowboys and cowgirls from the Bozeman Stampede in  Bozeman, Aug. 8-10, produced by Sankey Rodeo Company:

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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…

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The Western Divisional Swim Meet that took place in Cut Bank this past weekend brought in 261 competitive swimmers from the Western side all trying to move on to the State Swim Meet. The meet was a success and 11 Sharks will be heading to Sidney next weekend.

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Last week’s special school board meeting was short, but productive. According to the draft minutes of the July 22 meeting, the board accepted resignations from Social Studies teacher Ryan Sullivan, longtime CBHS Athletic Director Don Paulson and CBMS Athletic Director Scott Laird. The board …

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Final results for local cowboys and cowgirls from the Marias River Stampede PRCA Rodeo in  Shelby, July 18-19, produced by JS Rodeo are listed below.

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The Cut Bank Sharks swim team traveled to Chester this past weekend. Eleven Sharks competed at the invitational. There were 263 swimmers in attendance including swimmers from the east side. 

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Prior to 2009, it had been about 40 years since there was a 4-H Fair in Browning. Many 4-H alumni had shared their memories of baking cookies and bringing them up to the fair to exhibit, or leading their favorite steer in front of the crowd at the local fair in Browning to exhibit their projects.

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The dates for the 31st Annual Business Appreciation Days (BAD) barbecues have been set and are just around the corner. Each year around 40 area Cut Bank Chamber businesses work together to fund and put on these free barbecues as a way to say thank you to our valued customers in Valier, Sunbu…

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It’s the 10th of July and Browning and the Blackfeet Reservation are all spruced up and ready for the crowds that are always a part of the annual North American Indian Days (NAID) celebration. The rains of  spring have finally abated, drying the campground, arbor and Charging Home Stampede P…

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The Cut Bank Sharks took to the water this past weekend at the Choteau Invitational. Eleven Sharks competed, including newcomers Peyton Blackman and Cayden Blackman who competed at their first meet. Peyton took 8th place in the girls 8 and under 50 freestyle with a time of 1:27:59. Along wit…

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On June 17, 20 local 4-Hers and parents had the opportunity to tour a sector of the Alberta beef industry near Brooks, Alberta. Most 4-Hers are familiar with local cow/calf production, but rarely see the rest of the process and the goal was to provide this education to the 4-H members. 

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There are many ways to decorate your yard for the summer. Whiskey barrels loaded with flowers, bedding plants blooming in a garden or hanging baskets with beautiful colored blossoms bursting over the edge, are just a few ways to beautify your outdoors. Bill and Linda Halvorson have some beau…

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The Cut Bank Baseball Association program has been in existence for over 50 years. This successful program allows boys and girls from the age of four to 14 to enjoy t-ball, baseball and fast pitch softball.

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The Cut Bank Golf and Country Club is sponsoring the Junior Golf program for kids ages 8-14 this year on June 24-26. Registration is Monday, June 24 from 8-8:30 a.m. Adults must attend registration with their children to sign release forms. 

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The Cut Bank Sharks started their summer swim season in Shelby for a one-day meet. Fourteen swimmers competed on a chilly Saturday taking 4th place as a team. Although they had just one week of practice, the swimmers all worked hard and there were definite standouts.

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In 2013, Benjamin Shors, a graduate of Cut Bank High School, began to collect oral histories of the 1964 flood on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation, archiving more than 20 interviews with survivors of the worst natural disaster in Montana history. Those interviews led to six documentary short…

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Area legislators Rep. Llew Jones and Sen. Butch Gillespie will be doing a legislative summary on what worked and what did not during the 2019 Legislative Session. Their presentation is set for 12 noon, on Tuesday, June 18 in the Water to Wine Steakhouse and Terrace at the Pioneer Bar. Everyo…

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The Cut Bank Lady Wolves came up short in their bid for a State Tournament trophy last weekend in Belgrade. The local diamond dwellers went 1-2 at the State Tournament, dropping their opening game before splitting a pair of loser out contests. 

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The Wolves’ 2019 tennis teams concluded their season with the annual Keith Gregg Memorial Doubles Tournament and award banquet after finishing with an excellent trip to the state tournament in Bozeman the week before.

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Kamdyn Molenda wrapped up not only an impressive season, but a great high school career, with a state championship in the 100 last weekend. Molenda recorded personal bests in four of her five individual events at the Class B State Meet in Kalispell and led the Lady Wolves to a sixth place te…

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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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Emily Shea might have been dealt a bad hand while doing a career she loves, but this young, strong lady decided to turn something that could have ended her career into a positive thing. Not only did she find a way to save her career, she also found a way to help others too. Read more

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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.  Read more