Search / 41 results found

from
to
548898_6_.jpg

548898_6_.jpg

  • Updated

As support for President Biden’s infrastructure plan waxes and wanes, governors, mayors and other state and local lawmakers across the country wait with bated breath in the hopes of much needed infrastructure spending, which has become a life or death issue in communities across the country.

featured
  • Updated
  • 39 min to read

Editor’s Note:  Earle Astor Chilton came to Fairfield in the early days of the community. He worked at the local lumberyard. In 1942 he wrote …

Albert Carl Jannusch Jr. (Junior to most), 99, passed away Saturday, May 15th, 2021 at Glacier Care Center in Cut Bank with family at his side.

  • Updated

MISSOULA, Mont., May 20, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- A band of thugs is on the loose.  The algae cells in question ate harmful substances from municipal wastewater, allowing clean water to flow into our waterways.  During their rampage, they also kidnapped harmful greenhouse gases, like carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide.  Onlookers took a gasp of fresh air as they watched. The algae cells responsible for this chain of events are currently hiding, with those gases, in the soles of a pair of running shoes, where they forcibly removed the current resident.  The displaced resident was a well-known fossil fuel derivative, EVA.  The gasses plan to sequester themselves there for the foreseeable future!

John Loyd Daniel, 78, of Choteau passed away on Mother’s Day, May 9th, 2021 surrounded by loved ones at Teton Peak Assisted Living in Choteau. 

Helen Elaine Bishop, 71, of Choteau, passed away peacefully and surrounded by loved ones, February 2, 2021 at Benefis Peace Hospice in Great F…