We'll be drawing the curtain on author Donna Gray's extraordinary stories of Montana ranch women this evening (Tuesday) at the Marias Heritage Center in our "Montana History" reading. I think we have all enjoyed the book, "Nothing To Tell" & it turns out these 12 old ranch women DID have a lot to tell & after some 237 pages, I think we have heard it all! The book was an eye opener for me...I kne
Havre, March 11, 2013— Disasters happen. They can happen at any time and in any community. And when they do, Montana Red Cross needs to be ready to help. To prepare, the organization, in collaboration wi
The Pondera County Conservation District "Celebration Breakfast" is set for tomorrow morning, Sunday down in Conrad. The Celebration Breakfast kicks off tomorrow morning at 11 & continues with the good food & conversation until 12:30 Sunday afternoon. Presen
I know that spring really & truly IS here because the 1st Shelby Lenten Luncheon of the season is set for tomorrow, Thursday. Tomorrow's Lenten Luncheon will be held at the Shelby United Methodist Church at High Noon. Th
The Cabaret is on the way! It's "Cabaret time" up north this weekend. The Sunburst PTO will be holding their annual Cabaret Night tomorrow night (Friday) at the Sunburst School. The lively entertainment & fun kicks off at 7 tomorrow night & this event is a real blast every year. What a
We have fewer than 100 pages left to read in the current book we're enjoying Tuesday evenings during "Montana History" up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby. I'll be there this evening (Tuesday) at 6 to continue reading Donna Gray's "Nothing To Tell-Extraordinary Stories of Montana Ranch Women"
You've heard of a "Harvest Moon" and a "Hunter's Moon" and even a "Blue Moon". If you want to impress whoever you happen to be with this evening, point out that the full moon rising over the prairie is the "Snow Moon," so called because it occurs in the coldest time of the year
Take your pick. According to NOAA scientists, the global averaged temperature for this January tied with 1995 as the 9th warmest January since record keeping began back in 1980. It also marked the 37th consecutive January & 335th consecutive month with a global temperature above the 20th century average. Th
Now it is possible to hear NOAA & state climatologists (& I don't mean the retired Fred Pfeifer!) from our region assess the current & forecast weather condition as the set-up unfolds for our coming crop year. I came acr
Again this year I am attempting to keep in contact with some of the custom cutter guys who come up here to our Golden Triangle. Tall Todd has been in contact with Ken Adderholt down in Vernon, Texas. Ag man Adderholt reports they recently had 1 inch of much needed rain & says the moisture can make a difference in the appearance of a struggling crop. La
I'm already getting geared up for another exciting season of our "Old Fishing Hole" here on KSEN & K 96 radio & speaking of fishing, A February Fun Fishing Day (aren't they all!), has been scheduled for Lake Frances. It's a
If last year's was any indication, this year's is going to be a blast! I'm blogging today about the Annual Ball on tap for this Saturday night over at East Glacier. Talk about fun!...there's going to be a dinner followed by dancing & prancing along with a silent auction to boot. It
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