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The Cut Bank Lady Wolves split a pair of conference tilts last weekend as they fell to Shelby at home before taking down Great Falls Central on the road. The Lady Wolves will look to improve on their 2-4 conference record this weekend as they take on Fairfield and Conrad, both at home. 

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The Cut Bank Wolves hosted their annual Booster Invitational last weekend at the Willie DeGroot Gymnasium and three local grapplers earned a spot on the podium, led by sophomore Austin Vanek’s second place finish. Fellow sophomore Matt Larson finished third on the weekend while senior Andrew…

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The Cut Bank Lady Wolves dropped a pair of games last weekend as they fell to Class A Browning in a non-conference tilt and to conference foe Choteau. The Lady Wolves will play their first home game since Dec. 12 this weekend as they host Shelby on Friday before traveling to Great Falls Cent…

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The Cut Bank Wolves boys basketball team faced three really good opponents over the last two weeks. Although the Wolves are improving each week, they saw their season record fall to 1-7 with losses to Rocky Boy, Browning, and Choteau.

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Michael Fugle, an employee at Glacier Electric Cooperative since 2015, has successfully completed one of the world’s most comprehensive training programs for power line personnel.

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The Cut Bank Wolves opened up 2020 in Shelby and seven   went undefeated to win their pool. The local mat men will now turn their focus to hosting the Cut Bank Booster Invitational this weekend where 29 teams from all classes, AA to C, will compete. 

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The Cut Bank Lady Wolves dropped their 2020 opener last weekend as they fell 57-43 to Rocky Boy. The Lady Wolves will return to the floor this weekend as they travel to Browning on Friday for a non-conference tilt before heading to Choteau on Saturday. Cut Bank owns a 2-4 record overall and …

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The Cut Bank Lady Wolves split a pair of conference tilts to close out 2019 with a close loss to league-favorite Fairfield before bouncing back to defeat Conrad. The local cagers will open 2020 this Friday with a conference battle on the road with Rocky Boy. 

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The Cut Bank Wolves closed out the year at the CMR Holiday Classic Dec. 20-21 where they finished 23rd out of 60 teams. The Wolves were led by Austin Vanek’s second place finish. Vanek may have been the only local grappler to reach the podium but the Wolves scored 70 team points to finish as…

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The Cut Bank Boys Basketball team headed into the Christmas break with a weekend split in their games against Fairfield and Conrad. 

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The Cut Bank Wolves wrestling and boys and girls basketball squads wrapped up the pre-Christmas break portion of their schedules last week and will not be back in action until 2020.

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The Cut Bank Wolves dominated the Bob Kinney Classic in Superior last weekend as they finished first as a team behind 11 individual placers, including three championship finishes. 

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The Cut Bank Lady Wolves went 1-2 in their opening weekend of the 2019-20 season. The local cagers, who lost a bulk of last season’s lineup to graduation, opened with back to back losses to experienced teams who competed at the State Tournament a season ago before defeating a rebuilding Chin…

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The Cut Bank Wolves boys basketball team had a busy weekend to start their season. 

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Looking for something to do over the holiday break? Cut Bank will be hosting the Bernice Larson Memorial Youth 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament on Saturday, Jan. 4 at the H. C. Davis and Willie DeGroot gymnasium. The tournament is open to girls and boys teams in grades 3-8. Entry fee is $50 per …

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The Cut Bank grapplers had a busy opening weekend as the competed in the Havre Round Robin Tournament and the Havre Invitational last week. The Wolves boast their largest roster in many years out for wrestling this season for head coach Cody Fetters. 

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Senior Jada Rides at the Door wrapped up her high school volleyball career with a District 1B Second Team All-Conference selection. The local spiker also earned Second Team honors a season ago. 

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Cut Bank seniors Andrew Andersen and Colten Barsness each wrapped up their high school football careers with a Second Team All-Conference selection from the Northern Division. Andersen was named to the Second Team as a linebacker while Barsness earned the Second Team nod as a running back. 

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Bring your holiday spirit and join your neighbors for the 31st annual Community Carol Sing on Sunday, Dec. 8, at 7 p.m. in the sanctuary of First Presbyterian Church, 201 S. Central Ave. in Cut Bank. The program will last about an hour followed by a reception in the church hall. 

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Yodeling Conrad cowboy Wylie Gustafson is making a special trip to Shelby for a fantastic reason–to help support the carousel! Gustafson will be performing during the Carousel Rest Area of Shelby’s fundraising event on Saturday, Dec. 7, from 3-5 p.m. Not only will Gustafson be performing for…

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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. 

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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.

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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). 

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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…

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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. 

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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…

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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. 

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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 …

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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.

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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. 

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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…

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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. 

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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. 

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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. 

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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.