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May showers
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Most Rainfall Since May

The Precipitation Report from the Knees area is in & shows  the most 24 hour rainfall since May 17th when .88 of an inch was recorded. So far this year, January recorded .64, February .18, March .33,

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cutting wheat
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Cutting Soon In Conrad

That's what Tall Todd, the custom harvester guy, says. Our favorite custom cutter is still stuck southeast of Denver. Rain & high humidity have been tightening their jaws, but the men are beginning to see the light at the end of the south 40. T

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90 years old
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180 Years In The Golden Triangle

A total of 180 years out here in the Big Sky for these two! There's going to be a 90th Birthday Party for Marsella Stetzle this afternoon (Saturday) from 2 until 4 down in Conrad at the Moose Lodge. Tomorrow afternoon, Sunday, it's over to Valier to celebrate Arthur Erickson's 90th Birthday Party from 2 until 4 at the Fireman's Pavilion at Lake Frances in Valier

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happy trails to you
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Happy Trails To You

Choteau is home to the  Old North Trail Tours, & you're invited to meet tomorrow (Saturday) morning at 7:30 at the Old Trail Museum. The kick off is at 8 o'clock SHARP. The guides invite you to learn about ancient peoples, their practices & the cultural items they left on our eastern Rocky Mountain Front. Tours

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ADA
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Amtrak Comes Through Again

Amtrak is honoring the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) being signed into law on July 26, 1990 by taking significant steps to improve the travel experience for passengers with disabilities

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circus
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Circus Coming To The Heritage Center

I'll be back up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby this evening (Tuesday) to read & share more Montana History. We should be finishing up the biography of Conrad's Daniel & Panayiota McCorkle, "To Speak Of Love Was Not Enough," & the NEXT book on the program is "Three Ringlings In Montana; Circus Trains to Cattle Ranches" by Lee Rostad & it looks like another good read. Author & histo

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I double dog dare you
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Dare To Go To Dutton

In fact, I "Double Dog DARE" you to go down to Dutton today (Saturday) and NOT experience the most fun that you've ever had in your life...since last summer's Dutton Fun Day anyway. That's what happening today down in Dutton as Dutton Fun Day is in full swing again

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NAID 2015
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North American Indian Days 2015 Starts on Thursday

The celebration in Browning, Montana, is always held the second week in July for four days.  It is an intriguing way to see authentic Blackfeet traditions.  Tipis are pitched on the powwow grounds for four days of contest dancing, games, a number of sports events and socializing

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custom cutters
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Custom Guys Coming To Conrad

A report came rolling in this morning from Tall Todd, the custom cutter guy & Todd plans to be down in the Conrad area around the 20th of this month! The guys have run into green with only a couple of days of harvest left out in Leoti, Kansas. He

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it's just ducky
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It’s Going to Be Just Ducky

I'm blogging about the Duck Race tomorrow (Sunday) afternoon "Swimming off" at 1 o'clock SHARP down in Choteau. It's all part of the Choteau Soroptimist Summer Festival from 10 to 3 tomorrow & we're all invited. Th

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Montana youth suicide rate
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Montana Twice The National Rate

Montana is home to the highest suicide rate in the country, & the child suicide rate (ages 10 to 17) is DOUBLE the national rate according to a recent report from Montana Kids Count. The report explains the risk factors, signs, & effective prevention. Childr

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Cut Bank Farmers Market
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Another Day At Market

,It's WEDNESDAY(!) & that means the Farmers Market will be going strong this afternoon over in Cut Bank at Cut Bank City Park. Today's Cut Bank Farmers Market gets underway at 3 o'clock SHARP this afternoon & it's another perfect day here in our Golden Triangle for a Farmers Market with partly cloudy skies, 10 to 15 mph winds, & a high temperature of 80 degrees in the Big Sky forecast. Hope you c

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