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 By Lura Pitman    News    May 5, 2021 

323 L.O.V.E.

This May, Roundup has a new store opening at 135 Main Street called 323 L.O.V.E. Heather Johnson is remodeling the previous second hand store next to the Keg Bar. The new shop will feature Tee...

 
 By Lura Pitman    News    May 5, 2021 

The New Liquor Store

For the past seven months we have been watching the progress from the outside of the new liquor store construction. The new site began with the removal of an older home to make room for a much larger... Full story

 

Morgan Atkins

At a previous interview I was told that I really should meet Morgan Atkins because she had an amazing story. I called Morgan and begged her to meet with me and let me have her story for an article....

 

The Talented Virginia Carlson

While being a full-time mother, wife, homemaker, ranch hand, and a cook at Head Start, Virginia Carlson is also a crafter and soon to be "master" gardener. Of her many hobbies, Virginia is into...

 
 By Lura Pitman    Business    April 7, 2021

The Ideal Motel

Of the three Motels in Roundup, the Ideal motel is like a blast from the past, it has all the charm of an old-fashioned motel. Part of the charm of the Ideal Motel is the friendly owners, Rick and Car...

 
 By Lura Pitman    News    April 7, 2021

Facebook poll

The poll from March 22 on Facebook asked Roundup if they were in favor of a skate park or prefer money be used for some other kind of public space. 79 people checked that they would like a multi-use area that includes a skate park, 19 people checked...

 
 By Lura Pitman    Business    March 24, 2021

DONS WELDING/ SCHRUMPF ENTERPRISES

Dave Schrumph's father, Don, opened Dons Welding, in 1980. He built his shop off of Horse Thief Road in 1984 after the huge fire of 1984 when the family home in the Bull Mountains was burned to the gr...

 
 By Lura Pitman    Business    March 17, 2021

Handyman Construction

Twenty-two year old Harley Yoder is a young construction entrepreneur. Building pole barn sheds and garages is his specialty. Cousin to Dan Yoder of Bull Mountain Fencing, Harley has been in Roundup...

 
 By Lura Pitman    Business    March 10, 2021

Daum's Meat House

A local business that is bustling right now is Daum's Meat House. Though they are NOT a commercial retail meat shop, they work full time cutting for their customers. Ty and Tori Daum, along with Ty's...

 
 By Lura Pitman    Events   

Roundup Rodeo News

Every year on the 3rd and 4th of July, one of Roundups main attractions is the Rodeo. This past year, the Roundup Rodeo was one of the best attractions around. It was so good that this year that...

 

KC's Custom Care

If you don't know Dan and KC Accord, you probably aren't from Roundup. Longtime residents of Musselshell County, Dan and KC have worked and raised their children in Roundup for many years. Having the...

 
 By Lura Pitman    News    February 17, 2021

Meetings For Musselshell County Disaster Mitigation Planning

On Tuesday, February 9th, the Musselshell County Disaster and Emergency Services (DES) along with Tetra Tech Inc., met virtually to begin a update of the Musselshell County Pre-Disaster Mitigation Plan (PDM). This plan must be updated as required by...

 

Local Couple Starts Karate Class

Some of you may recognize the name of Mary Phillips. She has been a local pet groomer in the area for the last two to three years, what you may not have known is that she also practices and teaches...

 

Bar Star Cattle

Bar Star Cattle, is a registered Hereford Ranch owned and operated by Chad and Stephanie Murnin. The couple have been raising registered and commercial Hereford cattle since 2006, with their first...

 

Just for The Love of It

"Just for the Love of it", an unusual new business in town is all about holistic healthcare for animals. Holistic healthcare for animals is a method of healing through relaxation to help regulate the...

 
 By Lura Pitman    News    January 27, 2021

County Commissioners Discuss Changing Meeting Day

Tuesdays Commissioner meeting was attended by the two available commissioners, Mike Goffena, and Michael Turley. Robert Pancratz was not available to attend due to his work schedule. The public meetin...

 

Autumn's Inn and Autumn's Inn Pizza

The Autumns Inn is a long-time fixture of Roundup. It is one of three motels in our fine town. Scott Christie and his wife Lena have leased and managed the Autumn's Inn for the last several years....

 

Manzella Precision, LLC

If you like the second amendment, look no further than Musselshell county. Most people here love their guns, or at the very least own one or two. But as I was about to find out, that is just the begin...

 
 By Lura Pitman    News    December 30, 2020

Oxbow Consulting

I am always amazed at the jobs that you would never even imagine exist. Carmen Pitman does one such job. Every business has rules and regulations that they have to follow. Transportation has their...

 

My Interview With Santa Clause

I was dashing through the snow for my high noon appointment to interview Santa Clause, when I spotted the one-horse open sleigh in the stable to my right. It was a bit dark at the North Pole, even at...

 

State Liquor Store #44 Opening soon in Roundup

Brothers Kurt and Bradley Newman of CN Construction are building the new Liquor store on Main Street. The attractive building and clean job site stand out as you drive by. The brothers said they had...

 

Corner Café Celebrates Thanksgiving With Free Meal

On Thanksgiving day, the Corner Café owned by Phil and Tina Dunham, put on their third Thanksgiving meal open for anyone to come and partake. Asking nothing but a donation, they put on the full...

 
 By Lura Pitman    News    November 25, 2020

Roundup's Hometown Teacher Becomes Lavina's Superintendent

"I like having kids make mistakes because those are opportunities to learn and grow. To help a kid through a problem has been the highlight of my career, I love it." Nicole says. Roundup's own...

 
 By Lura Pitman    News    November 25, 2020

Signal Peak Foundation Donates to the Community

On Monday evening November 16th 2020, Signal Peak Foundation made three large donations to our community. Five thousand dollars went to the Musselshell County Recovery Team to help with those...

 

Bill Canon, Bull Mountain Cycle Shop

Bill Canon began Bull Mountain Cycle Shop with two of his friends in June of 2007. His two friends moved on from the endeavor but Bill stayed and had made the shop a success. He graduated from...

 

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