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Froid High School senior Colt Miller isn’t only involved on the athletic field but also in other activities in Eastern Montana. The standout athlete serves as president of the school’s Business Professionals of America program. “BPA is a lot of fun,” Miller said. “I made a lot of friendships.” Miller qualified for the state BPA conference by earning fourth in the spreadsheets

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Judge Orders Knudsens  To Resume Access To  Culbertson’s Legion Park

Judge Orders Knudsens To Resume Access To Culbertson’s Legion Park


In an apparent resolution to an ongoing dispute, District Court Judge David Cybulski ruled on cross motions for summary judgment Feb. 18, that the Town of Culbertson and Thomas Mann Post 81 of the American Legion may now resume administering easement-based access to the 40-acre Legion Park near the Missouri River. The town and legion filed the lawsuit in 2016. Access to the park has been blocked

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Nemont To Stop Providing TV Service

Nemont To Stop Providing TV Service


Nemont has made the decision to stop providing TV services within the coming months. Leif Handran, sales and marketing manager for Nemont, said customers will receive a letter from the company soon, probably this week, regarding the decision. The letters were being printed on Tuesday, Feb. 23. Handran said TV service from Nemont is scheduled to shut off on June 1. He noted it was a financial

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Governor Sees Firsthand Impacts of Keystone XL Shutdown Decision

Governor Sees Firsthand Impacts of Keystone XL Shutdown Decision


Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte visited Phillips and Valley counties on Friday, Feb. 20, where he saw firsthand the impacts of President Joe Biden’s decision to shut down the Keystone XL Pipeline project. Gianforte listened to Phillips County Commissioner Richard Dunbar and Marty Jorgenson, president of Barnard Construction expressed their concerns. After the visits, Gianforte issued the

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Rosendale Visits Roosevelt County

Rosendale Visits Roosevelt County


Pipelines, drugs and borders were some of the topics addressed by U.S. Rep. Matt Rosendale, R-Mont, during his visit to Wolf Point on Tuesday, Feb. 16. Meeting in the Roosevelt County commissioners’ office, Rosendale at first provided an update of his first month in office. That time span has included a vote of whether to certify the Electoral College results and an impeachment process regarding

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Red Hawks Win District 2C Tournament Title

Red Hawks Win District 2C Tournament Title


The Froid/Lake Red Hawks won their first District 2C boys’ basketball tournament championship since 2006 when they defeated MonDak, 62-27, in Sidney on Saturday, Feb. 20. “It’s huge,” Froid/Lake Coach Josh Stentoft said about winning the district title. Junior standout Javonne Nesbit added, “It means a lot and it means a lot to our coach.” The Red Hawks dominated from the start

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Froid/Lake Girls Place Second

Froid/Lake Girls Place Second


The Froid/Lake girls’ basketball team couldn’t get its offense going as the Red Hawks fell to Plentywood, 42-24, in the District 2C tournament’s championship game on Friday, Feb. 19. The Red Hawks trailed by an 8-2 margin early, but Mara Salvevold scored off an assist from Dasani Nesbit late in the opening quarter. A basket by Ashtyn Curtiss put Plentywood ahead 10-4 to end the quarter.