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Articles from the August 10, 2023 edition


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  • Like A Good Neighbor...

    Jeb Boettger, The Cascade Courier|Aug 10, 2023

    The Craig Taphouse/Stonefly Grill was the place to be this Saturday, August 5. The new nonprofit 501c3 Craig Good Neighbors held a fundraiser that included many fun attractions, such as a raffle, 50/50, a silent auction which included a variety of goods, some of which being locally sourced, and even a bake sale. Live music was provided by Bo Pirre & company on his acoustic guitar and enjoyed by all. The Taphouse and Stonefly Grill were providing food for the event and had their delicious menu...

  • Cloud of Unknowing

    Edward Martin|Aug 10, 2023

    Sometimes we assume we have all the answers and folks from the distant past have nothing to teach us. That’s especially true when we have to distill the meaning from unfamiliar language and expressions. Even writings from a hundred years ago in English can be difficult because the writer expressed thoughts in ways far removed from our way of speaking today. We dismiss the thinking because it isn’t said the way we would say it. Roughly seven hundred years ago an anonymous work of Christian mys...

  • Maryland hospitality company buys Chico Hot Springs for $33 million

    Justin Franz, Montana Free Press|Aug 10, 2023

    DiamondRock Hospitality Company announced Wednesday that it has purchased Chico Hot Springs Resort in the Paradise Valley for $33 million. The Maryland-based hospitality company owns 35 hotels and resorts in 13 states and the District of Columbia. Chico is its first acquisition in Montana or the broader Pacific Northwest. The 117-room resort and adjacent ranch sit on a combined 748 acres at the base of Emigrant Peak, not far from the northern entrance of Yellowstone National Park. “Chico Hot Springs Resort is another example of D...

  • Back to School

    Kimberly Boettger, Pastors Wife, First Baptist Church of Cascade|Aug 10, 2023

    As the children/students in our lives head back to school, embark into homeschooling, or even head off to college and training programs, it would make sense to be praying for them. Students are influenced by other adults, staff, their friends, and classmates for the bulk of their life between September and June. Here are ten verses and precepts to pray over your kids. This list of verses does not include every pertinent verse in the bible for the purposes of praying for our kids as they go back to school. It is a sampling intended to spark... Full story

  • Fifth Sunday

    Eric Dietrich|Aug 10, 2023

    What is a Fifth Sunday Sing? Well, don’t feel bad if you don’t know. This probably means you grew up someplace like Sacramento. Or worse, Queens. For the unbaptized, Fifth Sunday Sings were started in the pioneer days. Back then, rural Americans couldn’t make it to church every Sunday. Back then, America had 32 million farmers. So churches had “all-day sings,” usually every fifth Sunday. After four Sundays, homesteaders traveled travel miles into town, camped out on the church grounds,...

  • WORDS ARE POWERFUL

    Norm Miller, Montana Christian College|Aug 10, 2023

    The inspired and inerrant Word of God says a lot about words. Words can convey images and intense emotions. Words can injure and leave lasting scars. From Proverbs we read that word can destroy one’s friends and crushes their spirit. But gentle words bring life and health. Kind words are like honey – sweet to the soul and healthy for the body. Words have the power of life and death. Words of wisdom refresh like as a bubbling brook. Or, they can be a sword or a salve. The Bible also says words can bring personal trouble, be the small spark tha...