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We Want to Celebrate Roundup, Her Citizen's and Our Great Nation

Fourth of July Celebration Cruise starting down at the Veteran’s Memorial to start at 11AM. Please line up at 10:30AM. Dress your cars and Pickups for our Fourth of July celebration. We will cruise...

 

Bold, Beautiful, and Healthful Cabbage

Cleanse the toxins out of your body with the help of fresh vegetables. Cabbage, broccoli, and brussels sprouts are a few of nature’s detoxifiers. You can add variety to your garden and diet by including green, red or Savoy cabbage. It’s fun and...

 

MONTANA'S FIRST IMMIGRANTS

Discussing these gentlemen in chronological order gives some important snapshots of the tribe beginning with a little before their occupation of the Reservation we know until the present day. The...

 

The 3rd and 4th of July PRCA Rodeo will Happen.

Thanks to all the volunteers and folks at PRCA we will bring you our second annual PRCA rodeo! "Com Hell or High Water". Any donations, please send to PO Box 507, Roundup, MT 59072. We appreciate your support! Any questions please call Angie at...

 

Safely Manage Insect Pests in Your Gardens

You plant and tend your gar¬den hoping to enjoy a bountiful harvest and beautiful blooms. Despite proper planning and planting, insects can move in and wreak havoc on your gar¬den. The good news is you can manage problem pests without harming the...

 

MONTANA'S FIRST IMMIGRANTS

We promised a look at the Crow Indian religion, but before beginning, we must be a little more specific. If we wanted to sketch, say, the religion of Italians, we would have to decide if we meant in...

 

Museum Tipi And Other Changes

By Dale Alger The Musselshell Valley Historical Museum has a new tipi. It is located east of the NF Cabin. Joe Trakimas is an excellent historically accurate artist. He did research on the Blackfoot o...

 

June Employee Spotlight

June Employee Spotlight: Janet Van Dyke What is your role at RMH? Dietary How long have you been working at RMH? 20 years What aspect of your role do you enjoy the most? Cooking and being around...

 

"The Geology of Lewis & Clark Caverns" – Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park Summer Speakers Series

(Whitehall, MT) – Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) and Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park will host the free online event “The Geologic Story of Lewis & Clark Caverns” on Friday, June 19, at 8pm via Zoom. Join cave expert Rich Aram as he...

 

One more Necessary Change at Fort Peck Summer Theatre

Due to continued challenges caused by COVID-19, Fort Peck has made one more difficult, but necessary and exciting change to the 2020. Previously announced Working has been replaced. Inspired by Laugh In and The Ed Sullivan Show, enjoy iconic music,...

 

MONTANA'S FIRST IMMIGRANTS

For months we've been chronicling people that migrated to Montana to carve out lives and deaths, farms, ranches, railroads, mining industries, towns, and what have you. We haven't forgotten the one's...

 

Protect Your Landscape from Hungry Critters

While you’re busy filling your landscape with beautiful flowers and scrumptious vegetables, the deer, rabbits and other wildlife are watching and waiting to move in to dine. Don’t lose your beautiful investment to hungry animals. Be proactive in...

 

New Orleans-Style Stewed Chicken

This New Orleans stewed chicken is like a gumbo, but with far less liquid and bigger pieces of meat. Don't let the long list of ingredients trick you into thinking it's a difficult recipe to cook. Mos...

 

Three Ways to Help Your Gardens Thrive with Minimal Care

So, you filled your shopping cart and gardens with lots of new shrubs, flowers, and vegetables. Now what? Keep your plants looking their best with minimal effort so you can enjoy them and your summer even more. Watering is one task where I find even...

 

FAR EAST MONTANA

Despite France's magnificent, monumental contributions in mathematics, science, the arts, literature, and so many noble fields of human endeavor, it was surprising to learn that its 18th century...

 

Diana's Jewelry

Diana Fawcett, a Roundup local, is one of seven children. Her mother's parents, the Johnson's, were homesteaders at the base of the south side of the Snowy Mountains in 1910. Her grandfather lived to...

 

Manage Mosquitoes for a Safer and More Enjoyable Summer

Don’t let the buzz of mosquitoes keep you indoors. Most mosquitoes are a nuisance, causing rashes and itching but some species can transmit diseases that can make you sick. Understanding how they breed and spread disease can help you gain the upper...

 

Museum Reopens

The Musselshell Valley Historical Museum is planning to open for the season on Monday June 1. Our plan is to be open seven days a week from 1:00 – 5:00 PM. We will be following strict guidelines for...

 

SIDNEY AND PARTS EAST

Painting a very, very, very long object requires just that sort of substrate – what artists call the ground on which they paint a picture – and when the object is also comparatively very, very,...

 

Big Horn Signs of Roundup

If your familiar with where the old Roundup Record Building is at 24 Main Street, you already have seen that a new business is in the old building. Jeremy and Kim Erickson and their sons Rhett 4, and...

 

Bring in the Birds with These Winning Plant Varieties

Fill your gardens with beautiful plants that produce an abundance of seeds the birds will love. You’ll enjoy the flowers as well as the birds that visit to dine on the seeds. Best of all, there is no feeder to refill or clean. Sunflowers are...

 

Montana Historic Society to Reopen June 9

The Montana Historical Society will reopen its exhibits, Research Center, Museum Store and State Historic Preservation Office to the general public beginning Tuesday, June 9. Its public operating hours will be 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through...

 

Melstone High School 2020 Graduates

More Melstone High School 2020 Graduate photos on page 7....

 

Sidney and Parts East

In 1905 the first Rudie, named Eivind, followed a route similar to that we described recently for the Borgs: to Liverpool; to Hull, Canada; train to Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan; train to MonDak, Montan...

 

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