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You don’t have to be old enough to have bowled at the Aragon to enjoy Fairfield History, but young and old alike are invited to join us at the next meeting of The Fairfield Historical Society next Thursday, June 3, at the Sun River Project/GID manager’s home (next door to the GID office).

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The Sun River Valley Historical Society  Annual Meeting will be held on May 17, 2021  in the Officers Duplex  Building at the Historic Fort  in Fort Shaw, Montana. The board meeting will be at 12:00  with the regular meeting at 2:00

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GREAT FALLS — April 30 was the last date that COVID-19 vaccinations were given at the Montana ExpoPark community clinics which have been conducted since January through collaboration of Cascade County, Benefis Health Systems, the Great Falls Clinic, and Alluvion Health. Those community clini…

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We grabbed this shot of a pup waiting for a friend on Fairfield’s Central Avenue on March 2. This “doggie in the window” certainly isn’t camera shy!

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Marias River Livestock Association has two meet and greet sessions planned for Monday, April 12 to help introduce the community to the newest members of our area’s grizzly bear and predator management team.  The first meet and greet will be held at the Whitlash Hall in Whitlash at 1:00 pm.  …

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Wow, what a beautiful day on Saturday for everyone to enjoy the 2021 Fairfield Easter Egg Hunt! And the turnout made it clear that everyone is ready to get out and enjoy the outdoors. Helen Music, with the Fairfield Junior Women’s Club - organizers of the hunt, told the Sun Times, “Yes, we h…

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This week is the fourteenth week of the Montana Legislature.  As of last Thursday, we have completed a total of sixty-four out of a possible ninety days.

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Edna Somerfeld designed and made this quilt that is up for auction to support three Lutheran Missionary families that have been called from Montana to serve. The three families are: Rev. Dr. Gerald and Heidi Paul who recently arrived in the Cayman Islands; Rev. Eric and Johanna Stinnett who …

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One of the pleasures of being a publisher at a community newspaper has been (and continues to be) acquiring an appreciation of art. When I was in school, there was no art class. Well, there was one in junior high. I think the class lasted about a week or less. We were told to go to the “art …