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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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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.