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 By Ray Castellanos    News    April 18, 2024 

Swimming Pool Issues Discussed at City Meeting

"If we don't get any kids (lifeguards) soon, we won't be able to open the pool." With that, the issue of hiring lifeguards for the summer was introduced. It seems that the town is not seeing any...

 
 By Darryl Flowers    News    April 18, 2024 

Augusta Historical Society & Museum to Present South Fork Roundup Cowboy Poetry and Music Gathering

Augusta is pulling out all the stops for their first iteration of their Cowboy Poetry and Music Gathering set for April 13. According to the people at the museum in Augusta, there has not been such...

 
 By Kristen Inbody    News    April 18, 2024 

Due June 1: Scholarships from Benefis Foundation fuel dreams in medicine

GREAT FALLS – Surgery on Josh Pepos' knee during his high school wrestling career changed the course of his life with a new perspective on what his path forward would be. Pepos is working toward h...

 
 By Melody Skogley    News    April 18, 2024 

District Music Festival

District Music Festival was held last Thursday and Friday, April 11 and 12 in Great Falls. The musicians from Cascade High School did an awesome job representing our school! Thursday saw the High...

 

Arbor Day Foundation Names Town of Cascade a 2023 Tree City USA

LINCOLN, Nebraska (4/2/2024) - Town of Cascade was named a 2023 Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation to honor its commitment to effective urban forest management. The community also received a Tree City USA Growth Award for demonstrating...

 
 By Ray Castellanos    News    April 18, 2024 

Tim DeRoche Talks Civil War

Tim DeRoche, amateur historian from Ulm, Montana, was the featured speaker at the Wedsworth Library last Wednesday evening, April 10. Mr. DeRoche spoke on the Civil War, the Confederate Side. The...

 
 By Nancy Royan    News    April 18, 2024 

Listen, my children, and you shall hear

“Of the midnight ride of Paul Revere, On the eighteenth of April, in Seventy-five; Hardly a man is now alive Who remembers that famous day and year.” The poem was Longfellow’s embodiment of Revere as the courage and determination of the ordin...

 
 By Ray Castellanos    News    April 11, 2024

Our First Total Eclipse... Sorta

The much anticipated event of the week was the spectacle of a total solar eclipse that was to sweep across North America Monday, traversing 15 states, from Texas to Maine, and although Montana was...

 
 By Christa Hardy    News    April 11, 2024

Caiden Sekuterski Signs With the University of Montana

Congrats to Class of 2024 Senior Caiden Sekuterski on committing to continue his athletic career as a Griz! Caiden has signed to run track for the University of Montana, competing in the horizontal...

 
 By Ray Castellanos    News    April 11, 2024

Sacred Heart Women's Craft Show

Great turnout at the Sacred Heart Women's Craft Show at Wedsworth Hall Saturday. Local ladies, as well as some from the surrounding communities brought their quality wares, transforming the Hall into...

 
 By Ray Castellanos    News    April 11, 2024

Home and Garden Show and Sale

Always a hit, the Home and Garden Show and Sale was in full swing April 5th-7th at the Montana Expo Park in Great Falls. The show offered "the finest array of products, services, and ideas to elevate...

 

Deeply Rooted In Montana

One of Montana’s great agricultural crops that is often overlooked yet continues to be grown, in appreciation for its nutritional values, in humans and in animals, is Alfalfa. Discovery of its v...

 
 By Montana DPHHS    News    April 11, 2024

DPHHS Officials Encourage Safe Handling of Live Poultry

State health officials are raising awareness about the health risks associated with raising backyard birds. Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) epidemiologist Rachel Hinnenkamp said that while raising backyard birds has become an...

 
 By Nancy Royan    News    April 11, 2024

A-Hummin' And A-Buzzin'

And a kazoo to you too. Remember an instrument that produces a-buzzing sound when played and consists of a small metal or plastic tube with a side hole covered by a thin membrane? Bet many have tried to play one. It was a real humdinger! A kazoo is...

 
 By Ray Castellanos    News    April 4, 2024

Town Council Meets To Appoint Temporary Heads

The Town Council met Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 to select from among themselves who would be the president, and who would be the vice-president of the Council, since the resignation last week of Mayor...

 
 By Fred Miller    News    April 4, 2024

Long Time School Librarian, Karen Matteson, Retires

Karen Matteson will soon walk out of the Cascade School library for the last time, closing out 36 years as a school employee. She and her husband first moved to Cascade in 1987. She began teaching...

 
 By Ray Castellanos    News    April 4, 2024

"Merry," Ahem, Easter!

"I'm dreaming of a white... Easter!" It looked and felt like Christmas, but it was really Easter Sunday! The cold, dreary weather and the snow didn't dampen the spirits, though, of everyone who lined...

 
 By Diane Robison    News    April 4, 2024

$1000 Scholarship Available to Cascade Seniors

I am Diane Robinson, Chair of the Dearborn Garden Club Scholarship Committee. We are once again offering our $1000 scholarship to a graduating senior at Cascade School. Applications are available from Ms. Carrie Jones, Cascade High School Counselor....

 
 By Bill Cruze    News    April 4, 2024

Lions Club Easter Egg Hunt

The Cascade Lions Club would like to thank all those who helped with the Easter Egg Hunt in Railroad Park on Easter Sunday. A big thank you to Emily Williams, Gayle King and John Green for all the donated eggs and prizes that were provided to the...

 

Cascade Public Schools Kinder and Jump Start Round-Up

We are looking for families with students who will be eligible for Kinder (must be 5 years old by September 10th, 2024) or Jump Start (must be 4 years old by September 10th, 2024) Mr. Wilson will discuss the changes to the Jump Start and Kinder...

 
 By Amanda Brown    News    April 4, 2024

Close Up Trip

From March 23-31, eleven students (Tyler Lane, Ian McKamey, Edward Formell, Hal McGregor, Garrett Price, Nordika Goetze, Brayden Davis, Izaak Munski, Sterling Byrnes, Audrey Rumney, and Sophia...

 
 By Nancy Royan    News    April 4, 2024

Ready, Set, Library! Woh-who-ey! Huzzah!

Race to discover the possibilities at your library during National Library Week, April 7 – 13. Race to discover April10th. Libraries give a green light to something truly special: a place to connect with others, learn new skills, and focus on what m...

 
 By Sandy Harshaw    News    April 4, 2024

Ulm News

Hello April! It seems to me like it came in fast with Easter being the day before. The Ulm Community turned out in full force for the Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday. We estimate that around 300 kids...

 
 By Montana FWP    News    April 4, 2024

Spring Star Gazing Party at First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park

GREAT FALLS – For thousands of years, humans helped navigate their travels by gazing up at celestial bodies in the night sky. On April 5, First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park is offering a chance f...

 
 By Tyler Manning    News    April 4, 2024

Construction Resumes on I-15 Wolf Creek

WOLF CREEK, Mont. – The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) and Riverside Contracting Inc. are resuming construction on the I-15 Wolf Creek North and South project for the 2024 construction season. This year, crews will begin work on the n...

 

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