Articles from the July 20, 2023 edition

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 By Ruth Nicolaus    News    July 20, 2023


Helena, Mont. – July 17, 2023 – A special horse has found a new direction to go in her life. When Big Bonnie, a buckskin mare, was young, she didn't fit anywhere. Because she was big at seventeen han...

 By Ray Castallanos    News    July 20, 2023

Bobby Clay, Pony Express Champion

The Pony Express was a mail service delivering messages, newspapers, and mail using relays of horse-mounted riders that operated from April 3, 1860, to October 26, 1861, between Missouri and...

 By Jodie Campbell    News    July 20, 2023


Town of Cascade Municipal Election to be held in November 2023 Write-In Filing closes on September 5, 2023 @ 5:00 pm OPENINGS: • Ward I (4-year) • Ward II (4-year) For more information contact the Town of Cascade Office 9 Front Street North Cascade,...

 By Edward Martin    Views    July 20, 2023


A child comes in, “Can I have a popsicle?” Adult who is fixing dinner, “No, dinner is in fifteen minutes.” Two minutes later, “Is dinner ready?” “No, I said fifteen minutes.” Two minutes later, “Is di...


Obituary: Michael Patrick McGuire

Michael Patrick McGuire - 1953-2022 Michael Patrick McGuire beloved husband, father, brother, grandfather, great-grandfather, friend and amazing educator, musician, and mentor passed away on...

 By Dave Carroll    Faith    July 20, 2023

What Salvation Accomplishes and Is

One thing that keeps many people away from going to a Bible believing church is that they fail to see any tangible, real world value in going. They may be confused about why they or others should go. Afterall if I “do the best I can” in life tha...

 By Norm Miller    Faith    July 20, 2023

Qualified to Serve God

When considering all the notables in the Bible who served God’s purposes, names like Moses, Joshua, David, Isaiah, Jonah, and Paul rank highly on that list. But how often is Rahab included? Sometimes described as an inn-keeper, the overwhelming b...


Superintendent Arntzen Submits Montana Indian Language Preservation Rules to Montana Secretary of State

HELENA – Following collaboration with Tribal leaders in Montana, Superintendent Arntzen submitted newly proposed rules on the Montana Indian Language Preservation (MILP) program to the Montana Secretary of State. During the 68th legislative s...


The End of an Era

The 90th & 91st anniversaries of the Smith River Extension Homemakers occurred in May 2021 & 2022 without a celebration. What a great achievement for us to have reached. We were still an active club until "Covid" hit the area. Since then all our...

 By Montana FWP    News    July 20, 2023

White-nose syndrome detected in Lick Creek Cave

GREAT FALLS – During a recent survey of bats at Lick Creek Cave in Cascade County, biologists detected the fungus that causes white-nose syndrome (WNS). WNS is a fungal disease that has killed over 6...

 By Montana FWP    News    July 20, 2023

Becoming an Outdoors Woman workshop scheduled for July 29 at Lake Elmo

BILLINGS – Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is hosting a workshop with the Becoming an Outdoors Woman (BOW) program at Lake Elmo on July 29, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The workshop costs $35 and includes lu...


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