Articles from the July 6, 2023 edition

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Choice-Cascade Summer Shoot Out

Graig and Monti Gilham; founders of CHOICE (Connecting Higher Opportunities In Community Endeavors) 501c3 Non-Profit organization hosted the 1st Annual 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament in downtown...

 
 By Ray Castellanos    News    July 6, 2023

Treasure Hunt

From Wolf Creek, to Craig, to Cascade, to Ulm, and even to Great Falls and all points in-between, this year's 40-Mile Yard Sale proved again to be a highlight of the summer. Sizzling temperatures in...

 
 By Chloe Fordlowa    Views    July 6, 2023

Montana Parents Are Bussin'

- National survey of parents reveals parental proficiency in 2023 slang. - Parents in Montana scored above the national average. - Interactive quiz for readers to test their own 2023 slang skills. Sometimes, just talking to anyone under 25 can feel...

 
 By Dave Carroll    Faith    July 6, 2023

Why Do You Exist?

Have you or a good friend, or a loved one, ever struggled with the question of purpose? By that I mean asking yourself, “Why do I exist?” This question has to do with purpose. The Westminster Shorter Catechism states it like this; “Man’s chief e...

 
 By Oswald Chambers    Faith    July 6, 2023

The Concentration of Personal Sin

Woe is me, for I am undone! Because I am a man of unclean lips… —Isaiah 6:5 When I come into the very presence of God, I do not realize that I am a sinner in an indefinite sense, but I suddenly realize and the focus of my attention is directed tow...

 
 By Ray Castellanos    News    July 6, 2023

Community Resource Deputy for Cascade?

Cascade County Sheriff, Jesse Slaughter, held a town meeting at Wedsworth Hall last Tuesday to propose a plan to have a Community Resource Deputy living in Cascade. Cascade is an incorporated...

 
 By Kendra Lane    Sports    July 6, 2023

Breakthrough Basketball Camps

Cascade School has had two Breakthrough Basketball Camps with a great turnout of kids from Cascade and all over the state...

 
 By Montana FWP    News    July 6, 2023

FWP launches new public portal to report sightings of sick or dead fish

HELENA - As part of the department’s response to declining trout populations in the Jefferson Basin, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks today launched a new web portal to collect information from members...

 
 By Nancy Royan    News    July 6, 2023

A Little Naked Patriotism

In this day of unrest and controversy, maybe we need to all take a step back and help us rethink our times and realize what our country has stood for over the years and who we are in the ups and downs of history. ‘A Little Naked Patriotism’ by Bax...

 
 By Nancy Royan    News    July 6, 2023

New Changes at Library

Please be aware that As of July1, 2023 new policies will be in effect regarding new patrons obtaining a library card and overdue items. The Library will be tightening up the application of their current policies regarding fines of overdue materials...

 

USDA Forest Service Invests $188M to Keep Forests Working, Conserve Private Forestland through President Biden's Investing in America Agenda

WASHINGTON, June 29, 2023 – Today the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced a $188 million investment through President Biden’s Investing in America agenda to conserve some of the most economically and ecologically significant forestlands acr...

 
 By Edward Martin    Views    July 6, 2023

Refugees

Since the advent of 24 hour per day, 365 days per year news cycle we’ve become accustomed to being inundated with so much news that we easily ignore news of great importance to someone else but d...

 

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