Articles from the April 27, 2023 edition

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 By Ray Castellanos    News    April 27, 2023

History Comes Alive!

If only we could step back in time to talk to some of our favorite historical figures that we've loved reading so much about in school Last Thursday, the North Gym at Cascade Public Schools became a...

 
 By Melody Skogley    News    April 27, 2023

Cascade Band Excels at the District Music Festival

The District Music Festival was a successful event this year! The Cascade High School Band students travelled to Great Falls last Thursday and Friday to participate in the annual District Music...

 

Week Eighteen Legislative Update

This week is the eighteenth week of the 2023 Montana Legislature. As of last Friday, we have completed seventy-nine out of a possible ninety days. Depending on how things proceed, this could be the last week of the 2023 Legislative Session. As we...

 
 By Ed Martin    Views    April 27, 2023

Possibles Bag

Many years ago, I attended an event that was a failure. A sizeable number of people were involved but success or failure rested on the leadership of one individual. What followed was an utter abdication of responsibility. It was obvious no...

 

Rosendale Statement on Riots at the Montana Capitol

HELENA – Congressman Matt Rosendale (MT-02) issued the following statement in response to the April 24 events at the Montana State Capitol: “I’ve participated in many spirited debates during my time in Montana’s state legislature — lively...

 
 By Montana FWP    News    April 27, 2023

Paddlefish season opens May 1 on Upper Missouri River

HELENA – This year’s Montana paddlefish seasons kicks off on May 1 with the opening of the Upper Missouri River section from Fort Benton downstream to Fort Peck Dam. Anglers must have a White...

 
 By Montana FWP    News    April 27, 2023

Deadline reminder for hunting applications

HELENA – The deadline to apply for moose, bighorn sheep, mountain goat and bison is Monday, May 1; the deadline to apply for elk B, deer B, and antelope is Thursday, June 1. All applications must...

 
 By Dave Carroll    Faith    April 27, 2023

The Empty Tomb Gives Us Hope

I feel that many people like the idea of Jesus rising from the dead, because they have hope that the grave is not the end of ones being. They have the idea that everyone will benefit from the “gift of salvation” and receive a “get out of hell...

 
 By Norm Miller    Faith    April 27, 2023

Homeschooling mom to coach MCC volleyball

Mackenzie Stutzman lives a full life. An entrepreneurial furrier, she enjoys riding and training horses, snowmobiling, hiking, hunting, and fishing. Among all these interests, one sport rises above the rest: volleyball. Although she played...

 

Nation Prays in Unity on May 4th

SPRINGS, COLORADO (March 2023) – Throughout history, Americans have lifted up fervent prayers to God on behalf of our nation. From the first gatherings of our Founding Fathers through every year’s Presidential Proclamation of the National Day of...

 
 By Ray Castellanos    News    April 27, 2023

Bingo for Baseball Night a Big Success!

It was a full house at Wedsworth Hall Friday night as the community came out to support youth baseball and softball at the "Bingo for Baseball Night" fundraiser. Friends and neighbors came out of...

 
 By Montana FWP    News    April 27, 2023

FWP embarks on mule deer monitoring, research, and outreach initiatives

HELENA – Hunters in Montana, along with Fish, Wildlife & Parks, are concerned about declining mule deer populations in much of the state. In response to this concern, FWP is embarking on research...

 
 By Montana OPI    News    April 27, 2023

Superintendent Arntzen Reminds Schools to Apply for the Stronger Connections Grant for Healthy Students Before May 1 Deadline

HELENA – Superintendent Arntzen is encouraging schools to apply for the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA) Stronger Connections Grant Program through Montana’s digital Egrants system. The application window opened on March 27, 2023 and will...

 
 By Nancy Royan    News    April 27, 2023

Talling It Like it Was

Yep it’s often been a bit breezy, but according to John Melrude of Alma, Montana you ain’t seen nothing yet. John’s ‘Tale of A Windy Day.’ “Sure it’s windy today. Not too bad at that. Say, back in twenty-four there really as wind. Not...

 

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