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Last week’s surprise volleyball match between Cut Bank and Browning looked like a blowout in the opening sets as the Lady Indians narrowly lost 26-24 in the first. A disappointing 25-13 second set seemed to have spelled likely defeat for Browning, but they gathered their strength and came ba…

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The Cut Bank Wolves football team fell to 1-2 on the season following a home loss to Jefferson County (Boulder) last Friday. The Wolves were 0-3, but were awarded a victory when Missoula-Loyola was forced to forfeit their season opening win due to eligibility issues. 

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The Shelby Coyotes football team lost a conference game to Simms, 64-28, in last weekend’s action. The Coyotes played an admirable game considering they were short four of their eight starters who were injured in the season opener.

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The Shelby Coyotes lost a close match to Malta, 20-25, 24-26, and 22-25, and then went on to claim the championship of the Chinook Invitational. Shelby defeated Cut Bank Chinook, and Glasgow to win the tourney title.

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When the dust cleared from a massive men’s cross-country race of 129 runners at the Mike Reynolds Time Trials in Cut Bank, it was once again brothers James and Elijah Greene who came out tops for the Wolves, finishing 29th and 30th respectively overall. 

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While the 37-0 score wasn’t anything the fans, coaches or players wanted to see in their first game at the new football stadium at Browning High School, they were all happy to be there. A pair of entrances greeted fans as they entered the new facility, and singers, drummers and dancers helpe…

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The Sunburst Refiners football team struggled last Friday at home in their conference opener against the Power/Dutton/ Brady (PDB) Titans, losing 44-10. 

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The Sunburst Refiners opened their season with a win defeating the Centerville Miners, 52-33, in last week’s action. Sunburst used the non-conference game as an opportunity to see where they were at with their offense and defense. 

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 “It went well,” Browning cross country coach Roy McNabb said of his team’s first outing of the season. While the Runnin’ Indians were unable to host their meet at BHS or at the East Glacier Park Golf Course, the friendly folks in Cut Bank welcomed the Saturday, Aug. 28, meet that included t…

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So far, it looks like fall sports at Browning High School will more or less resemble sports last spring, but it all depends on the COVID-19 numbers.

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The Michael family graciously hosted a 5k at the Rumney Ranch on Thursday, Aug. 19 for the Wolves Cross Country Team of 30 strong who were chomping at the bit to put their early season training to the test. With just a week of training on their legs, they posted some promising times, and dem…

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The Sunburst football team will open the season in Centerville on Saturday, Aug. 28. Kick-off is set for 1 p.m.

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The Panther volleyball squad will open their season this week as they host Great Falls Central on Thursday, Aug. 26, before traveling to Sunburst on Saturday, Aug. 28, for a pre-season tournament. 

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“Education is a basic human right that opens doors for people to lead healthy lives and contribute to their communities,” said Toole County Alliance for Youth Coordinator Mary Miller. “Parents struggle with providing basic needs and school supplies, leading to shame, embarrassment, lack of s…

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Glacier County Health Department (GCHD)  Direc-tor Jenny Krapf, LPN, provided an updated COVID-19 case count on Monday, Aug. 16. According to Krapf, Glacier County has 22 confirmed active cases, including five new cases. The count includes portions of the Blackfeet Reservation located within…

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The Shelby Water Otters competed in the State Swim Meet in Columbia Falls July 31 – Aug. 1 and earned second place in the Class B category. Logan Combs not only earned High Point, placing first in his three individual events, but also broke the pool records for those races!

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And that’s a wrap folks! The 2021 Sharks swim season has come to an end. Thirteen Sharks traveled to state with six moving on to compete in finals on Sunday.

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Residents living in and around the Shelby, Montana area  can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes, and other chronic, serious conditions with affordable screenings by Life Line Screening. Comfort Inn   Suites Gateway To Glacier will host this community ev…

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The North Central Montana Friends of NRA are excited to be able to gather together again. The committee and the Pondera Shooting Sports Club, with the help of the 4-H Shooting Sport Club, will be hosting its 20th annual banquet on Oct. 2 at the Pondera Shooting Sports Club in Conrad. Doors o…

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This little fire chief and dalmatian stole the hearts of the judges as they rode into the parking lot at Stockman Bank for the annual Lewis and Clark Festival Pet and Doll Parade. Calen and Harper Lehner won the $50 in prize money, donated by the parade’s sponsor, Stockman Bank, and their en…

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Northern Ford sponsored the Class of 1970 in the Lewis and Clark Festival Chili Cook-Off and that team ended up winning the “Unmask” or mild category of the cook-off. The team of CBHS alumni then donated their winnings to the Cut Bank Education Foundation and Alumni Association. Several memb…

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It’s fun to golf at the MVGCC! If while reading that sentence got the tune “YMCA” in your head, then you have likely been listening to KSEN and hearing all about our annual fundraiser, the Toole County Health Foundation Golf Tournament, taking place on Saturday, Aug. 7. This fun annual event…

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We like sneezing, sore eyes and having to catch our breath so we played in the smoke two days last week, on Tuesday and Wednesday. Most caught their breath, but couldn’t catch a break on all the lumps, humps and crevices in the fairways and roughs. We played on anyway in the smoke, but it wa…

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In week four of play the competition is getting harder and harder to beat.  However, Party of Fore was victorious over Smoking Lady Tees.  These teams had the most even match-up with handicaps and basically played hole for hole.  

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There is smoke in the air and Sharks in the water! This weekend was the Sharks last regular meet before heading into the divisionals and state meets. We made the short trip to Choteau with 15 of our swimmers, who were ready to have one final chance to test their races before divisionals. 

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The Lewis and Clark Festival is a little over a week away and Cut Bank Trails will be hosting their Fun Run again this year. Everyone is welcome to register for either the 5K run, that will include the Coulee Trail in the route, or for the 1-mile walk. Registration is $25 for adults and $20 …

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Many summer events are jumping back into the swing of things again this year, including Cut Bank’s own Montana Fun Weekend. Get out your pen and mark your calendars for the “fun weekend” scheduled for Friday through Sunday, Aug. 20-22 at the Cut Bank International Airport.

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Seven-year-old Avyn Benjamin wasn’t so sure she was going to like learning how to pole vault, but after a few sessions at the group sessions at the Manecke Pole Vault Camp, she’s hooked! Shayne and Dakota Manecke are conducting group sessions every Monday and Wednesday for interested individ…

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The season is still young, so those who are sitting in the lower part of the standings still have hope. But they better get out of low gear and start punching it. There is still time for big changes, as this sportswriter has seen it happen in the many, many, too many years of running the league.

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The ladies had to take a week hiatus due to rain. It is possible that the week break allowed some of the ladies to rest up and come back hitting harder than ever. 

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This week we wanted to highlight the young team of Piikani regenerative grazing interns who have begun their season of work under the Piikani Lodge Health Institute. This crew of four - Caroline McEvers, Morgan Sellers, Jay B. and Matt Conway - are spending their summer learning from local r…