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 By Jennifer Ward    News    February 29, 2024 

Cascade Celebrates National FFA Week

The week of February 17 - 24, 2024 brought about National FFA week. This was a week of celebration, recognition, and advocating for FFA and Agriculture. According to FFA.org, there are 946,000...

 
 By Ray Castellanos    News    February 29, 2024 

Zoning Committee Holds Public Hearing

A public hearing on short-term rentals was held at the Cascade Public Schools cafeteria Thursday evening with about 25 citizens in attendance. The Zoning Committee was proposing changes to the...

 

Superintendent Arntzen to Host Ninth Community Discussion on Implementation of Public Charter Schools

HELENA – Superintendent Arntzen will host the ninth monthly virtual community discussion focusing on the implementation of HB 549, Authorizing establishment of public charter schools by Representative Fred Anderson. This discussion will be held on...

 
 By Kylee Finn    News    February 29, 2024 

Education Leadership Council Day

On January 10th, the Cascade Leadership High School group and I attended the Great Falls Leadership High School "Education" day to examine the education system in Great Falls. We started at a local...

 
 By Amanda Brown    News    February 29, 2024 

Former Governor Schweitzer Talks to Cascade Government Class

The Cascade Government Class was able to have Former Governor Brian Schweitzer zoom call on 2/20/24. One of the class assignments is to write to Montana, U.S., or World government representatives and...

 
 By Nancy Royan    News    February 29, 2024 

Educating the Bear

The library is offering some bear education. Are we educating the bears?? Well, as that might be a good course of action, it might be more productive not to try and educate the bears, as they seem to do their own thing and keep on learning how to...

 

Upcoming Property Deadlines

We would like to remind owners of real and personal property about the important deadlines approaching soon. Business & Industrial Equipment Owners - March 1, 2024 Business and industrial equipment owners need to report their personal property...

 

Jeramiah Creveling Awarded the Bishop Carroll Scholarship

Jeramiah Creveling has been approved for admission to Carroll College for the Fall, 2024, and has been awarded the Bishop Carroll Scholarship in the annual amount of $25,000, renewable for an...

 

Belt Boys Roll

Over the past two weeks, the Husky basketball teams finished out the regular season of conference play against the DGSG Bearcats, Hobson-Moore Titans, Roy-Winifred Outlaws, and Winnett Grass-Range Rams, and now look towards the District 8C...

 

State DECA

The students of the Belt DECA chapter returned from competition at the state career development conference (SCDC) in Missoula last Tuesday. The state event ran the course of three full days of competitions and fun events including performances by...

 
 By Nancy Royan    News    February 22, 2024

How the South Shaped Montana

Many things shaped Montana during its early years. The sheep came, then the cattlemen. This helped shape the state in a variety of ways. Whether it was barbed wire or the brutal winter of 1886/188,7 which Russel immortalized in his...

 
 By Fred Miller    News    February 22, 2024

Gov. Gianforte, Keynote Speaker at Lincoln/Reagan Dinner in Great Falls

"It's time to send Donald Trump back to DC." This message was first spoken by Gov. Greg Gianforte, then repeated often Saturday at the annual Cascade County Lincoln/Reagan Dinner at the Heritage Inn....

 

Loni Blackman of Wolf Creek Receives Special Recognition

The Hettinger, ND Ram Test recently released results of the January 112-day weigh-in, and two Montana rams topped the gain data. Veteran Columbia producers, Luanne Wallenwein of Timber Coulee Columbia...

 

Senior Night

Senior basketball players were recognized Friday night at Cascade High School's North Gym in between the Lady Badgers game against Great Falls Home School and the Badgers game against Valier. As they...

 
 By Fred Miller    News    February 15, 2024

Cascade 5th graders at Russell Museum

Mrs. Mary Corder's fifth-grade class made a visit to the C.M. Russell Museum in Great Falls last week. They were split into two groups of 12 students each and were given a personal tour through the...

 

Nile Style Show and Shrine Child

Members of the Great Falls Nile No. 3 will be holding their annual luncheon and style show KALIEDOSCOPE OF FASHION on Saturday, March 2, 2024 at the Heritage in Great Falls. The event starts at 11:00 am with a social hour in advance of the luncheon...

 

Property Tax Relief Deadline Reminders for Homeowners

Land Value Property Tax Assistance Program March 1, 2024 March 1 is the deadline for residential property owners to submit an application for the Land Value Property Tax Assistance Program. Homeowners may qualify for this tax assistance if the...

 

Wedsworth Estate

Augustus Wedsworth, benefactor of the Wedsworth Estate, was born October 1, 1842, in Dupage County, Illinois. He came to Cascade County in 1875 to work in the dairy business at Lepley Creek, selling...

 

Cascade Music In Our Schools Month Dinner & Concert

Leap Day (February 29) is almost here and it’s time to celebrate this once every 4 years event with our annual Music In Our Schools Month Concert and Turkey Dinner presented by the Cascade Music Department! This is a date change, so be sure and...

 
 By Nancy Royan    News    February 15, 2024

The Heists That Made 'Em Famous

Art Napping: the stealing of paintings, sculptures, or other forms of visual art from galleries, museums or other public and private locations. The history of art is marked by the theft of works, from Leonardo Da Vinci’s “Gioconda” stolen from...

 

Superintendent Arntzen's Telework Policy Proves to be Fiscally Responsible

HELENA – Superintendent Arntzen will save Montana taxpayers $259,775 between State Fiscal Years 2024 and 2025 by consolidating the Office of Public Instruction’s (OPI) office buildings from two...

 
 By Montana FWP    News    February 15, 2024

FWP announces changes to the reservation processes at state parks

HELENA – Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will implement changes this year to the reservation process for state park sites. The changes will create more opportunities for recreationists to enjoy...

 

DPHHS Launches Grant Program to Increase Residential Bed Capacity

Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) Director Charlie Brereton today announced the agency is now accepting proposals online for a $10 million, one-time grant program aimed at increasing residential bed capacity for congregate...

 

Town Council Meeting Discusses Madison Well 3 Fix and Zoning Updates

There was a special meeting of the Town Council Wednesday at the Town Hall. On the agenda were two items: Discussion on Madison Well 3 Fix, and Discussion on public hearing for short term rental...

 

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