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 By Lura Pitman    Entertainment    May 18, 2022 

Pronto Construction

Though they have been in Roundup since 2018, you may not have known that Pronto Construction was a local business. Many locals struggle to find help with their building needs, and the local companies...

 

Peggy Unterseher, Artist, Educator, and Inspiration

Peggy Unterseher, pronounced Unter-see-her, has lived in Roundup and taught high school Art class for sixteen years. She has taught various mediums, from drawing, painting, stained glass, pottery, all...

 

Sixty Years at Ranching, a Lifetime of Living

In life we count milestones. Births, Deaths, Weddings, Funerals, and Anniversaries of important points of our life. For lifelong ranchers Roger and Sherrie Mack, this year marks a milestone of sixty...

 
 By Lura Pitman    News    April 27, 2022

Candidates for Coming School Board Election

Clay Bedford, Angelica Mozqueda, and Gary VanDyke are running for the upcoming School Board Election. The Roundup Record reached out to speak to the candidates about their desire to fill this position and why they would be the right person for the...

 
 By Lura Pitman    News    April 27, 2022

ANNUAL Customer Appreciation Dinner

On Wednesday, April 20th, Musselshell Valley Equipment had their ANNUAL customer appreciation dinner, with Equipment representatives available for customer information....

 
 By Lura Pitman    News    April 20, 2022

Technology and the Sheriff's Department

Law Enforcement, has one of the most monumental responsibilities of data reporting. Data has to be accurate, time stamped, and detailed. This can consume so much time for the professionals dealing...

 

An Evening With Sabra Mack

Don't wait to see if you have something going on, make "An Evening with Sabra Mack" your goings on! On Thursday May 26th at 7:30 pm, Sabra Mack, the Post Mistress at Melstone Montana, will be...

 
 By Lura Pitman    News    April 6, 2022

New Dentist In Town

For many years we have had Dr. Rosebush as our local dentist. Currently Dr. Rosebush has added a new dentist who is looking to become the new owner of the Roundup office. Dr. Jack Diagrepont DDS gradu...

 
 By Lura Pitman    News    April 6, 2022

Kimberly Erickson

Congratulations to Kimberly Erickson, and Willy Martin, the two newest certified firefighters for the Roundup Fire Department. Kimberly is also the first female certified firefighter ever in Roundup....

 

Prophet or Prediction

Words are powerful little seeds that can create very life changing results. Speaking negatively can create a negative action and positive words can create positive actions. The fruit of action is the direct reflection and result of the powerful word...

 

Mainstreet Murals, The Sellars Sisters

For over two years, the Sellars sisters have had their flower shop on Mainstreet open. The minute you walk in the door of the shop the explosion of art is everywhere to be seen, and a rambunctious...

 
 By Lura Pitman    News    March 9, 2022

Twisted Harmony Creations

Tracy and Corey Anderson have opened a craft shop next to Big M Realty on the Main Highway at 25 1/2 1st Ave. West. The crafts are predominately wood kits that can be painted and assembled right at...

 
 By Lura Pitman    News    March 2, 2022

Roundup Offers Free Dave Ramsey Money Management Course for Local Teens

Have you ever heard the expression "I have more month than money", or "I'm so broke I can't pay attention"? These expressions are common to most of us living paycheck to paycheck. We always want...

 
 By Lura Pitman    News    February 23, 2022

Update on City Works with Mayor Jones

In collaboration with Mayor Jones Time to catch up with our city Mayor, Sandra Jones. With many water concerns lately, I was stirred to meet with our Mayor, Sandra Jones. For those who are not aware,...

 

Musselshell Amateur Radio Club (KF7ELT)

For those of you who may have noticed the event in the paper last week for the meeting of the Musselshell Amateur radio club, you will have noticed that it is Ham Radio that the group is meeting...

 
 By Lura Pitman    News    February 9, 2022

Van Dykes Adjusts to Corporate Decisions

Some of our readers have likely already noticed that there has not been a VanDykes sales flyer in every weekly issue like there normally is. I spoke to Jerry Rangitsch, manager at VanDykes grocery....

 
 By Lura Pitman    News    February 2, 2022

Attention Water Haulers

Everyone from Roundup and the surrounding area understands the value of water. This is the life long struggle of local residents. Many people who are not on city water do not have wells, and haul... Full story

 
 By Lura Pitman    News    February 2, 2022

Chris Kirk, Musselshell County CFO

Last April, Musselshell County hired Chris Kirk as the new Chief Financial Officer. Chris works with the commissioners on the budget, and making that sure that the money goes to the right place, and correcting things if they do not. Chris has... Full story

 
 By Lura Pitman    News    January 26, 2022

Shawn Dutton and First Security Bank

Shawn Dutton became the bank manager at First Security Bank eleven years ago. A Montanan all of his life, Shawn was born in Deer Lodge, and raised in Wisdom. After graduating college in Bozeman in the...

 
 By Lura Pitman    Sports    January 12, 2022

Melstone Sophomore Kierra Hougan Rides Rodeo in Vegas

Melstone currently has a few rodeo families, Newmans, Grebes, Robinsons, Cates, and Hougens. After my interview with Sage Newman two months ago, I was referred by a reader to speak with Kierra...

 
 By Lura Pitman    News    January 12, 2022

Mayor Jones Takes Oath of Office with Judge Spaulding

Mayor Jones takes the oath of office with Judge Spalding for her third term as mayor. Jones has served eight years and will have served fourteen years for the county when this term is finished. Mayor...

 

The Eager Eaters

No matter the cold, a rancher must leave the comfort of home to care for the livestock. This day in particular, rancher Lisa Darlington of Petroleum County, would rather have been snuggling her...

 

Fire Works, Parties, Resolutions, and Traditions

Another year closes and a new year begins. While pondering how fast this turbulent year flew by, I remembered from my childhood the coloring pages of baby new year and old father time. I decided to...

 

Local Photographer Mary Peters "Catches the Moment"

Local talent, Mary Peters, found her niche' with a camera in her hands. She has been "Catching the Moment" the last few years as a PRCA Rodeo photographer. Mary was born and raised in Lewistown, and...

 

Kimberly Marraffino, Local Author, Shares How an Idea Became a Published Book

Have you ever dreamed of writing a book? Have you had that idea in your head for years? Well Kimberly Marriffino, dreamed of it and did it, twice, and is still writing. Since Kimberly was a teen she...

 

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