Articles from the June 29, 2023 edition

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 By Ray Castellanos    News    June 29, 2023

Little Sure Shot

In last week's edition of the Cascade Courier, Wedsworth Memorial Librarian, Nancy Royan, featured the story of Annie Oakley, champion shooter and star of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. Dubbed...

 
 By Justin Franz    News    June 29, 2023

27 years after arrest, Ted Kaczynski still holds Montana's - and the nation's -attention

Dave Shors remembers April 3, 1996, beginning like any other day in the newsroom of Helena’s Independent Record. But not long after the work day began, a bit of news trickled in: agents with the F...

 
 By Montana FWP    News    June 29, 2023

FWP's license donor program benefits disabled vets

HELENA – Hunters who will not be able to use their license this season have the opportunity to donate that license. Residents and nonresidents can donate their hunting license to a disabled m...

 
 By Montana FWP    News    June 29, 2023

Information sought on grizzly bear killed near Conrad

GREAT FALLS – The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Montana Fish Wildlife & Parks game wardens and are seeking information on a grizzly bear cub that was shot and killed along East Lake Road near N...

 

Obituary: Charles Leonard "Charlie" Cornelius

Charles "Charlie" Leonard Cornelius of Cascade, MT passed away at the age of 74 on June 12, 2023, after a long struggle with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. He is survived by his beloved wife o...

 
 By Norm Miller    Faith    June 29, 2023

Blessings Unexpected

Part of my career included writing for an evangelical missions magazine about churches that volunteered to assist missionaries overseas. Whether the task was to share the gospel on the street, preach in churches, work in orphanages, conduct...

 
 By Oswald Chambers    Faith    June 29, 2023

The Service of Passionate Devotion

…do you love Me?…Tend My sheep. —John 21:16 Jesus did not say to make converts to your way of thinking, but He said to look after His sheep, to see that they get nourished in the knowledge of Him. We consider what we do in the way of Christian work...

 
 By Kevin Scott    Sports    June 29, 2023

Americans hockey announces new owner ahead of 2023-24 season

GREAT FALLS, Mont., June 22, 2023 — The North American 3 Hockey League’s (NA3HL) has announced that its Board of Governors has approved the application and transfer of membership of the Great Falls Americans to Matthew Leaf, who purchased the tea...

 
 By James Fuller    News    June 29, 2023

TNT Fireworks Launches Public Safety Campaign to Help Reduce Illegal Fireworks and Promote Safe and Responsible Use

FLORENCE, AL (June 19, 2023) – TNT® Fireworks (TNT), the nation’s largest consumer fireworks distributor and best-selling brand, announced the launch of its new 2023 public safety campaign: Stay Legal. Be Safe. Act Responsibly. For many, barb...

 
 By Nancy Royan    News    June 29, 2023

A Little Bit of June and History Tidbits

If April showers bring May flowers, what do May flowers bring? June bugs Knock, knock, Who’s there? Noah, Noah, who? Noah good joke about June? For our fun stuff – The Superman Comic was published June 1, 1938. PT Barnum’s circus begins its first...

 
 By Ray Castellanos    News    June 29, 2023

"Animal Week" at XCELL

XCELL kids had lots of fun learning about all kinds of animals during Animal Week, even hung some bird feeders at Atkinson Park....

 
 By Ray Castellanos    News    June 29, 2023

Getting Ready for Sunflower Days

The Applestem Corn Maize and Pumpkin Patch is getting ready for its Sunflower Days. They recently held a Sunflower Days Photo Contest. Voting was done through Facebook; the picture getting the most...

 
 By Ray Castellanos    News    June 29, 2023

Augusta Rodeo Weekend

Augusta's Rodeo weekend featured live music at the Lazy B on Friday, followed by the Wapiti Run on Saturday morning and the "Love, Music and Rock and Roll" Parade in the afternoon, and culminating...

 
 By Amanda Eggert    News    June 29, 2023

The Montana Supreme Court takes up permitting for Black Butte copper project

The legal fight over the Montana Department of Environmental Quality’s approval of a central Montana copper mine made an appearance in the Montana Supreme Court Wednesday. During an hour-long hearing, justices dove deep into weedy regulatory i...

 

Veteran Missoula punks throw together free, DIY music festival

A few weeks ago, Sam Kaley, the guitarist of Missoula's Night Witch, decided to organize a show for his band. But instead of asking a couple of other acts to join them, he landed on a different idea....

 
 By Micah Drew    News    June 29, 2023

Landmark climate trial over. Youth plaintiffs describe it as 'just the beginning.'

HELENA - On the final day of a groundbreaking constitutional climate trial that activists hope will establish solid legal precedent and incite systemic change to Montana's standard of approving...

 
 By Jon Ebelt    News    June 29, 2023

Public Health Officials Remind Montanans that Rabies Remains a Threat

State and local public health officials are reminding Montanans to be aware of the risk for exposure to rabies as summer approaches. The risk for potential encounters between humans and wild animals increases during spring and summer because of the... Full story

 

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