The colorfully decorated trees inside the lobby of Roosevelt Medical Center, the U.S. Post Office and First Community Bank are more than festive decorations. They symbolize the giving season and the comfort and joy you can provide during a month-long project geared toward enhancing the lives of the residents at RMC. This year’s goal is to raise $2,500 to cover the cost of purchasing new curtains
It’s not unusual to see Culbertson High School senior Wyatt Snyder running. Whether it’s cross country or track season, Snyder is very dedicated to being the best that he can become in those sports. “It’s pretty fun,” Snyder said of being on the cross-country team. “I like the road trips especially the trip to state.” This year, Snyder finished 46th at the Class C state meet
Angela Miller and the Roosevelt County Fair received awards from the Rocky Mountain Association of Fairs during their convention in Billings Nov. 11. The fair has also been selected for awards at the upcoming International Association of Fairs and Expos convention in San Antonio, Texas, Nov. 29-Dec. 1. Miller will be attending the IAFE convention and said it offers opportunities to learn and
The company behind the Keystone XL pipeline, TC Energy, is seeking $15 billion in compensation from the United States via a formal request for arbitration. The case will proceed as a legacy NAFTA case, as the trade agreement was in place at the time of initial agreements. Montana and Texas have also filed suit over the issue, along with 21 other states located along the proposed pipeline route.
A Christmas-themed vendor showcase is planned in Culbertson Saturday, Dec. 4, in conjunction with a breakfast fundraiser hosted by the Lions and Women’s clubs prior to the event. The Winter Showcase will start at 10 a.m. at the Old Armory. Attendees are invited to shop local vendors, crafters and artists. The showcase is presented by Culbertson Parks. An afternoon meal will also be served with
The deadline for submissions for the Community News’ annual Christmas Greeting Section is Thursday, Dec. 16, at noon. The annual special section will be filled with holiday wishes from area businesses and poetry and letters to Santa from area children. For more information, see the ad on page 2 or call 406-653-2775.
The Culbertson Lions and Women’s clubs are hosting a breakfast with Santa event Saturday, Dec. 4. Pictures with Santa are planed and there will be games and crafts. The event is set for 9 a.m. and will be ongoing through 11 a.m. at the Culbertson School lunchroom. For more information, visit the groups’ Facebook pages or call 406480-4795.
Roosevelt County reports 48 active cases. There are five current hospitalizations. There have been 59 confirmed COVID-related deaths in the county. Vaccination clinics are scheduled from 3-6 p.m. on Dec. 2 in Wolf Point, Dec. 7 from 3-6 p.m. in Culbertson, Dec. 9 in Wolf Point, Dec. 16 in Wolf Point, Dec. 22 in Culbertson and Dec. 30 in Wolf Point. Clinics for children are from 9 a.m. to
Family and supporters of Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Michael Ellerton are conducting fundraising efforts on his behalf, following a preliminary diagnosis of carcinoma. Ellerton said a carcinoma on his leg was biopsied and has likely metastasized to his lungs. Ellerton has been with the department for over two years. The 27-year-old and his dog, Hati, have been trained and