Articles from the October 11, 2023 edition


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  • Students at Lavina School enjoy a special batch of popcorn

    Oct 11, 2023

    Students at Lavina School enjoy a special batch of popcorn once a month. Our school would like to thank Valley Federal Credit Union for donating enough popcorn for the rest of the year! In addition, thanks to Cassie for making a special trip to Lavina to make popcorn and deliver it to our students for the month of October!...

  • KATZ-MASON NOMINATION LETTER 2023

    Oct 11, 2023

    Describe why this individual is deserving of the Katz-Mason or Jordan Award Dear ASTNA Selection Committee, We are writing to nominate our exceptional colleague, Kris Bauer, for the Katz-Mason Award. Kris is excellence and leadership personified. As a nearly 30-year flight nurse, Kris is well known for her deep commitment to consistently delivering the highest quality care to patients. She has highly refined technical skills and is truly a clinical expert. Her patients and colleagues alike are grateful for her cool head and steady hand even in...

  • The Museum's 50th Year Coming to a Close For the Season

    Lura Pitman|Oct 11, 2023

    With the season coming to a close, the Musselshell Valley Historical Museum's 50th year was very eventful. The Museum is exceptional for the small town of Roundup. With documented written history of the county dating back to the 1800's, the museum has artifacts that go back even further. This year the Museum celebrated its 50-year anniversary with the addition of the Dinosaur Exhibit, and an engraved bench. The new exhibit drew a crowd. The museum is hoping to be added to the official "Dinosaur...

  • Crew that repainted the "R"

    Oct 11, 2023

    The last photo taken for the crew that repainted the "R" did not include everyone who helped do the work, including the fellows with the pack horses that carried the load....

  • Letters to the Editor

    Oct 11, 2023

    Biden Families’ CCP Connections and $250,000 Wired Payoff to Delaware Home. The disclosures coming out of the Oversight and Accountability Committee chaired by James Comer should be devastating to all Americans. Father and son Biden used their Delaware home where classified documents, brought home by the former Senator and later Vice President under Barack Obama, stored in Joe’s office and garage, were likely sold for profit to foreign entities. No citizen or government official outside being a president at the time can lawfully have cla...

  • Letters to the Editor

    Oct 11, 2023

    I hear many people say that to have disappointments in life is better than nothing at all. In the last three years of our lives, Americans, we have had chronic disappointments in our political realm and elected officials in Washington D.C. the capital of our nation. Chronic disappointments make our thoughts and feelings about what people do or don't do as one expects, which can cause stress, and physical and emotional difficulties in a human. Since the 2020 Presidential election we have heard every day that the election was stolen from...

  • Joseph Jerome Kanta

    Oct 11, 2023

    Joseph Jerome Kanta, 87, passed away in his sleep on September 27th in the home he had built. With his wife of 59 years by his side, Joe slipped away in the early morning hours of the day. Joe was born September 18, 1936 at the family homestead south east of Sumatra, Montana to parents Frank Kanta and Zusia "Susan" Rusnak. Joe attended school in Sumatra and enjoyed playing basketball with his friends. One year, his high school team was only one win away from going to state, but were defeated by...

  • Winnett - Grass Range Volleyball

    Oct 11, 2023

    Photos with captions....

  • Musselshell County Commission Minutes

    Oct 11, 2023

    Commissioner September 15, 2023 Minutes The meeting was called to order at 8:30 by Commissioner Turley. Commissioner Pancratz and Commissioner Goffena were present. Dan Main was present. Pledge of Allegiance. Commissioner Goffena made the motion to approve the agenda. Commissioner Turley seconded the motion. Motion carried. Commissioner Goffena made the motion to approve the September 8, 2023 minutes as written. Commissioner Turley seconded the motion. Motion carried. Public Comment: Dan Main asked about the SRO (School Resource Officer)? The...

  • Roundup City Council Meeting Minutes

    Oct 11, 2023

    MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ROUNDUP HELD ON AUGUST 1, 2023, at 7:00 P.M. IN THE CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS AND ZOOM MEETING. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Jones. Clerk/ Treasurer Lanter conducted roll call with council members, Long, Liggett, Vivirito, Roundup City Council Meeting Minutes Erickson, Carlson, Toombs and Fisher present. Also, present were Director Sibley, Assistant Clerk Mann and Compliance Officer Hoiland. Present via video was Attorney Brooks. McCleary was absent. Moved by Erickson, se...

  • Montana State Professor Mentioned in The Economist Article About Biofilms

    Oct 11, 2023

    From MSU News Service BOZEMAN – Montana State University professor Matthew Fields was mentioned in a Sept. 27 article in The Economist magazine about technologies that may help fight destructive biofilms. Fields is a professor in the Norm Asbjornson College of Engineering and the College of Agriculture and director of MSU's Center for Biofilm Engineering. "Matthew Fields, a microbiologist at Montana State University, reckons that most of the bacteria living on the planet exist in colonies," states the article, which explains in detail how b...

  • Melstone Broncs Volleyball

    Oct 11, 2023

    The Melstone Lady Broncs hosted the Winifred Lady Outlaws on Friday October 6th. The JV team won 3-0 (25-11, 25-21, 15-8) and the Varsity team won 3-1 (25-19, 16-25, 25-22, 25-18)....

  • Roundup Volleyball

    Oct 11, 2023

    Photos with captions....

  • From The Musselshell County Sheriff's Office

    Oct 11, 2023

    1/01/23 00:03:02 Traffic Stop 10/01/23 00:44:30 Traffic Stop 10/01/23 08:02:37 Animal 10/01/23 08:21:11 Motor 10/01/23 09:30:22 Criminal 10/01/23 10:35:54 Welfare 10/01/23 13:04:51 Info 10/01/23 16:15:00 911 - No 10/01/23 19:48:03 Medical 10/01/23 20:05:58 911 - No 10/01/23 21:33:13 Traffic Stop 10/02/23 13:19:33 Criminal 10/02/23 23:01:46 Info 10/03/23 00:10:04 Traffic Stop 10/03/23 09:34:08 Traffic 10/03/23 10:29:20 Traffic 10/03/23 10:43:23 Traffic Stop 10/03/23 10:45:01 Criminal 10/03/23 12:12:07 Traffic Hazard 10/03/23 12:52:17 Info...

  • Electronic gate project has been completed

    Oct 11, 2023

    Roundup Sportsmen's Association's Board of Directors is pleased to announce that their electronic gate project has been completed and the gate is now operational. We are extremely grateful to the NRA Foundation for awarding this grant to enable this upgrade to our range. They have been an invaluable partner in our quest to promote safe and responsible education and enjoyment of the shooting sports!...

  • The 20 Year Finale

    Oct 11, 2023

    Finale [ fi-nal-ee, -nah-lee ] noun 1. the concluding part of any performance, course of proceedings, etc.; end. 2. the closing section or movement of a musical composition ORIGIN OF FINALE 1715–25; Italian, noun use of finale (adj.) Latin fīnālisfinal The last hoorah...the finale. The truth is this is going to be the last year the gathering at the Homestead Holidays will occur. This is marking the 20th year of fantastic nights and daytime fun that has held special moments for so many. If you...

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