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Besides earning their diplomas from Fairfield High School, Emily Clotfelter, Emily Evans and Payton Poor all became EMTs this past weekend. The three students were enrolled in Mr. Tacke’s class this past semester. This class is taught in cooperation with the Teton County Ambulance and their …

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With the recent deaths of Jim Tenny and Mirl Gratton (obituaries in last week’s Times), the starting five of the 1954 State ‘B’ Championship Basketball Team have all died.  Except for two or three remaining team members still living, all other members of the basketball team have died, too.

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The Augusta High School SkillsUSA members competed at the state convention in Havre during the second week of April.  All the members competed in Job Skill Demonstration, Job Interview, and then a practical skill competition of their choice. Pictured L to R: Cort Burdick (placed 3rd in Job S…

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Over 1,650 members and guests attended Montana FFA’s 89th Annual State Convention April 3rd -6th in Bozeman, Montana.  The Montana FFA State Convention hosted 12 career development events, general sessions and workshops during the four-day event. The winning teams earn the opportunity to com…

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HELENA – As part of an effort to encourage more young women to choose careers in technology, the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT), NorthWestern Energy, and Carroll College recognized 20 Montana high school women from 12 high schools for their accomplishments and…

The American Red Cross encourages eligible donors to give blood or platelets during National Volunteer Month this April. Eligible donors of all blood types – especially type O – are needed to help ensure blood products are available for patients this spring.

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Once again, Augusta Masonic Lodge #54 provided the Kindles for Kids and the Bikes for Books to Augusta Schools. For every book read, a student was allowed to write his/her name on a ticket and submit it for a drawing.  Last month, the school held the drawing.  Pictured are this year’s winner…

Little guys and gals from around the area hit the mats one more time before the State Competition next week in Lewistown. The Fairfield and Simms wrestling clubs put on the Rocky Mountain  on Saturday at Great Falls High.  The tournament consisted of 3 rounds of wrestling, ages 5-13.

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We were delighted to welcome a sled dog team to Greenfield! They showed us all their fun equipment and explained how to use it, lots of students even got to ride on the sled! We enjoyed meeting one of the furry team mates named “Glock!”

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Another wrestling season has come to a close and, for this wrestling mom, the end of her son’s high school wrestling career. I think we can call the 2018-2019 wrestling season a success. I wondered on the drive back from Billings this year how we define that in the sport wrestling. What is a…

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The Black Eagle-Assinniboine Chapter, NSDAR recently presented Ms Berit Bedord of Fairfield High School with the Chapter Good Citizen Award and a check for $250. Ms Berit was among a number of students who were selected by their schools as Good Citizens and took part in the essay portion of …

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“Once the whistle blows and the battle begins, you’re in the moment.” Matt McDonough. The 2019 Northern Class B/C Divisional Wrestling tournament commenced on Saturday, February 2nd in Cut Bank. The results of this bracketed, double elimination tournament determine which four wrestlers from …

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The Country Cubs, previously know as the Greenfield PTA, will be holding their annual dance this Friday. This event is a dinner and raffle fundraiser. Tickets are no longer available, but a 50/50 will take place that evening. The Country Cubs have used the proceeds they have made in the past…

Freshman: Bouma, Kaylee K; Brown, Kayson A; Cartwright-Gines, Skyler L; DeBolt, Samantha J; Donnelly, Rhett E; Faith, Daniel M; Flores, Kaelob K; Giles, Cael W; Johnson, Alexa L; Jones, Tori M; Kline, Weston J; Kolste, Natalie B; McWilliams, Brooke R; Pearson, Bostyn E; Perez, Miguel E; Pitc…

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The Fairfield Elementary School’s annual Scholastic Book Fair is February 5 - February 7, 2019  in the Elementary Library.  This year’s theme is Dino-mite Book Fair – STOMP, CHOMP, and READ!

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It is a saying among the Fairfield Eagle Wrestlers that, “All matches are just ‘practice’ until Divisionals.” With the Northern Class B/C Divisionals in Cut Bank approaching next weekend on Saturday, February 2nd, the Eagle Wrestlers had one final opportunity during the competitions this las…

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Editor’s Note - I suppose this is one of those instances that gets filed under “Ain’t Technology Grand!” This article should have run last week, but between DropBox, iCloud, e-mail, cell-phone texting (ugh!) and the increasingly hectic Monday deadline, this article never made it onto the pri…

The Fairfield Eagle wrestlers began their work at home this week, hosting a multi-team mixer on Thursday evening. Teams from Cut Bank, Choteau, Conrad, Valier, Harlem, Fort Benton/Big Sandy, Poplar, Malta, Simms, Shelby, Wolf Point, Belt and Cascade met in the Fairfield gymnasium for a two-r…

The Fairfield Eagle Wrestling team sure knows how to ring in the New Year! On Thursday, January 3rd, the Eagle wrestlers visited our neighbors in Choteau to attend the Choteau mixer. They were joined by teams from Choteau, Conrad, Valier, and Simms. Although our wrestlers only had two matche…

First Bank of Montana recently hosted a celebration for students in the Fairfield High School government class.  The students participated in, and completed, the First Bank of Montana Financial Foundations Program over the course of the last semester.  Their time at the bank was spent celebr…

MISSOULA - At the University of Montana, 2, 520 students made the fall semester 2018 Dean’s List or President’s 4.0 List. To qualify, students must be undergraduates, earn a semester GPA of 3.5 or higher and receive grades of A or B in at least nine credits. Students who receive any grade of…