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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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Montana Shakespeare In The Park The Taming Of The Shrew
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How Do You Tame A Shrew

We'll find out tomorrow (Wednesday) evening when the Pondera Arts Council proudly presents Montana Shakespeare in the Park down in Conrad. Tomorrow night's performance will commence at 6:30 SHARP in the Conrad Swimming Pool Park

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Conrad Montana cemetery
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A Whole Lot Of Montana History

There's a ton of Montana history in the book that we're currently reading & enjoying Tuesday evenings up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby. Jack Toole, Jeannette Rankin, the Conrad Presbyterian Church, Butte & Browning, Montana too! It seems like everyone & everything is mentioned in this book except Dale Sheldon & who knows...we still have

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4th of July
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Blowing In The Wind

The Lake Frances Artisan Auction, "Blowing in the Wind" is set for This Saturday, the 4th of July, in conjunction with the Valier All School Reunion! It's a fundraiser for the Valier Public Library, & tomorrow (Tuesday) afternoon, Cheryl Curry & Lee Horton will be stopping by the Puffman Show at 2:30 with all the details. The Va

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Classic Railroad Signals
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Solomon’s Done It Again

Brian Solomon, 1 of today's most accomplished railway historians, is out with a NEW railroad book & it's another WINNER for sure. Brian's been 1 of my favorite guests on the Puffman Show, & he's authored more than 30 books about railroads & motive power. His writin

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it's the government
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It’s The Government

tThere will be a Town of Kevin Government Study Town Meeting this evening (Tuesday) up north at the Kevin Senior Center. Tonight's meeting will commence at 6:30 SHARP. Be involved with your community.

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pinochle
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How Do U Pronounce Pinochle

It's pronounced "pea knuckle," & that's the just ONE of the card games they'll be playing this afternoon (Monday) during the Community Card Party up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby. T

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Montana-Outline
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Montana Ranked #1 Best State to Live by it’s Residents

It comes as no surprise to anyone that when Gallup asked residents if their state is the “worst possible to live in” a whopping 25% of its residents, by far the most of any states, responded Illinois. What were the other “worst poss

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Discover The Rocky Mountain Front
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Discover The Front

I've come across a cool hiking guide to give away tomorrow (Saturday) morning at 7:30 on Puffman SPORTS Trivia. It's Great Falls author Tom Kotynski's "Discover The Rocky Mountain Front," an updated & revised hiking guide & travel companion for the entire Rocky Mountain Front, an iconic landscape where the Rocky Mountains tower abruptly above the northern plains. Stretc

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Ringling Bros Circus
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Life Is A Circus

I'm already looking forward to the next book that I'll be reading for Montana History up at the Heritage Center here in Shelby. Montana author & historian Lee Rostad (originally from Roundup), has put together the Ringlings' Montana stories, plus tales of the circus's ups & downs in the engrossing "Three Ringlings in Montana; Circus Trains to Cattle Ranches." It's

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Conrad Montana cemetery
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Where Are The McCorkles Today

Daniel & Panayiota McCorkle are resting side by side west of Conrad these days but they've "alive & well" in the book we're currently reading up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby. The biography of Daniel & Panayiota, "To Speak Of Love Was Not Enough" by Dorothy (Mrs. Louis) Flo

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