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Clifford "Cliff" Chester DeZort | Obituaries  Fairfield Sun Times

Clifford Chester DeZort quietly passed away on September 5, 2019, at Peace Hospice in Great Falls. He was born on June 21, 1932, in Cut Bank, MT to Chet ...

Every Student Succeeds Act: Latest School District test scores explained  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

During the spring of 2018 Cut Bank Elementary, Middle School, and High School students participated in required testing for the Every Student Succeeds Act ...

School board hires four teachers for 2019-20, Mike Faber is retiring  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

The Cut Bank Schools board of trustees held their regular monthly meeting on March 12. According to the draft minutes from the meeting, the board took the ...

Cut Bank Public Schools' enrollment up 21 students | News  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

Enrollment at the Cut Bank Schools is up by 21 students from last year's figures. Cut Bank Schools Superintendent Wade Johnson reported district-wide ...

Class of 2019 scholarship awards announced | News  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

The Cut Bank High School Class of 2019 received their long-awaited diplomas on Sunday, May 26 and during the ceremony were recognized for the ...

New pharmacy business coming to Harvest Foods | News  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

Cut Bank Harvest Foods has been open for over a year and is already expanding to fill a need in the Cut Bank area. Harvest Foods is adding a new business ...

Meyer is passenger train enthusiast and Cut Bank advocate  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

Once in love with trains, always in love with trains? For some children that is true. For Mark Meyer, the love of trains came a bit later in life.

Lewis & Clark Festival features four bands: LIVE IN CITY PARK  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

No matter your age, no matter your musical preference, there is just something wonderful about hearing a band perform live, on stage. This weekend at the Cut ...

Watch for mail ballots for SRO mill levy, franchise agreement  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

On Friday, July 12, a total of 1366 ballots (as of press time) will be mailed out to registered voters in the City of Cut Bank. Voters are being asked.

Monalisa Doggy Day Spa loves to spoil furry friends  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

Dog owners everywhere will tell you how wonderful it is to take your beloved pet to a grooming salon for that much needed haircut or maybe just a shampoo to.

Annual Lewis and Clark Festival boasts plenty of new events for all ages!  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

In three weeks, Cut Bank will once again host its biggest event of the year, the Lewis and Clark Festival. From July 25-28, the park will fill with people, parades.

Vermulm 'springs' into action as CBHS cheerleader | News  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

John Vermulm thought being the Cut Bank High School wolf mascot when he was a freshman, was a dream come true. But then, he found himself trying out for ...

Cut Bank football's Johnston: Familiar face in a new position  Great Falls Tribune

New Cut Bank head coach Dylan Johnston isn't a new face to Wolves' fans.

Coryell Construction says good-bye to hometown | News  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

When Pat Coryell graduated from Cut Bank High School in 1971, he did what most kids do and found some work for the summer. It was construction work.

Lizzie Webb's theatre career takes her from coast to coast  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

When Lizzie Webb was in the fifth grade, she took the stage at the Cut Bank High School auditorium in a Missoula Children's Theatre production of the Wizard of ...

Gail Hofstad will take on CBHS Principal job, too  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

It might be summer vacation for students and teachers, but that does not mean the schools are void of activity. There has been a lot going on since the last.

Tennis wraps up with Keith Gregg Memorial | Sports  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

The Wolves' 2019 tennis teams concluded their season with the annual Keith Gregg Memorial Doubles Tournament and award banquet after finishing with an ...

Mother of quadruplets: Four times the love, joy, challenges and food!  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

Does having nine children make you a good mom? Not necessarily. But if you are Lori Gray, who has nine children and half as many grandchildren, there's no ...

Enrollment down as school set to start Aug. 30  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

When it comes to Cut Bank High School's enrollment, it's a good news, bad news discussion with Superintendent Wade Johnson. He is anticipating only 150 ...

Jump commemorates D-Day soldiers who sacrificed for freedom  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

Miles Baughman has made many a jump from an airplane in his career with the National Guard. But none of those, according to Miles, was as incredible as the ...

Meet The Candidates | News  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

Treasurer: Wilson vs. Luedtke. Justice of the Peace: Berkram vs. Gordon. Donald Wilson. Democrat. Glacier County Treasurer. Donald Wilson is currently the ...

Lindberg excited to get the 'bands back together'  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

There is just something wonderful about a homecoming. Kathy Lindberg will be the first to agree with that statement. “I feel like I can breathe here,” she said.

GOAT football: Cut Bank Wolves relied on tradition, talent  Great Falls Tribune

Tribune's GOAT football series focuses on Cut Bank Wolves.

Missoula Children's Theatre will put on two performances this Friday  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

The Missoula Children's Theatre (MCT) will present The Emperor's New Clothes this Friday, March 15 at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. in the Cut Bank High School ...

Cut Bank Schools ready for students return to the classroom on Aug. 30  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

In less than two weeks, the doors of the Cut Bank Schools will be open “for business.” For the students, teachers, administrative staff and support staff, that ...

Class of 2018 offered over $260,000 in scholarships | News  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

The Cut Bank High School Class of 2018 received their long-awaited diplomas on Sunday, May 27 and were offered $269530 in scholarship awards.

Free screenings of 'The Blackfeet Flood' on June 7 and on June 8  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

In 2013, Benjamin Shors, a graduate of Cut Bank High School, began to collect oral histories of the 1964 flood on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation, archiving ...

2017: Final farewell to family and friends | News  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

The hardest thing in the world is losing a loved one. And yet, it happens much too often and to each and everyone of us.

Thirty-four years of volleyball officiating and Cut Bank's Gail Davis has “Loved every minute of it”  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

Gail Davis has officiated at 22 state volleyball tournaments and 30 district and divisional tournaments since she started officiating the sport more than three ...

Don Paulson honored at Booster Club Invitational | News  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

Don Paulson is a husband, father, grandfather and has also been a foster parent. In his career, he has been a teacher, counselor, principal, assistant basketball ...

Cut Bank welcomes new business: Johnson Heating and Cooling  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

It is winter. There is nothing more important than keeping the furnace that heats your home, in good working order.

GCHC's new dentist is living out her childhood dream  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

It is always interesting to hear why a person chose the career they did. Sometimes it is because it was the same profession a parent or parents chose.

CBMS reACT group works to raise awareness of corporate tobacco targeting today's youth  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

Friday, Feb. 2, while Punxsutawney Phil's shadow was predicting six more weeks of winter, the Cut Bank Middle School reACT group was bringing awareness to ...

New owners of Mountain View Window and Glass continue to expand their services and inventory  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

There are many reasons a young couple might opt to live in Cut Bank and raise a family. Good schools, small town atmosphere, family lives here, everything is ...

Time to try out instruments! Meeting for new band students and parents scheduled Aug. 15  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

Thursday, Aug. 15 at 6 p.m. in the Cut Bank High School Band Room, new band director, Kathy Lindberg will be holding a meeting for all new band students ...

Local teen bowlers raising funds to attend national competitions  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

Two Cut Bank youth bowlers are heading to national competitions but they need your help! Saturday, May 11, from 5:30-8:30 p.m., the Moose Lodge is holding a ...

Cut Bank students head back to their classrooms Aug. 26  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

It is that time of year again. Students returning to school wish for another few weeks of summer vacation. But return they must when the bells ring and the Cut.

Woon, Laura B. | Obituaries |  Helena Independent Record

Laura B. “Betty” Woon-Snyder of Helena, MT passed away peacefully on May 11, 2019 at the age of 97.

Suboxone clinic paying for officer, seeking new location  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

Mayor Dan Raemaeker wasted little time in communicating the community's concerns about the Suboxone clinic to its out-of-state owners. “The concerns ...

Sandy Murphy and Sharon Hannah are ready for retirement after 71 years in the classroom  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

Sandy Murphy is going to have lunch once a week with her grandkids and “get out my sewing machine, or at least oil it, plant bulbs this fall, do some.

Cut Bank car auction attracting national attention  Great Falls Tribune

CUT BANK — When Jim Printy graduated from Cut Bank High School in 1962, his ambition was listed in the yearbook as “To own a wrecking yard,” and his ...

Veteran Glasgow hoops coach Braaten resigns  Great Falls Tribune

Glasgow head boys' basketball coach Norm Braaten has stepped down after 11 years on the Scotties' bench.

Dedicated dads and coaches are key to winning program  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

The Cut Bank Baseball Association program has been in existence for over 50 years. This successful program allows boys and girls from the age of four to 14 to ...

Mandi Bird Kennerly challenges Glenda Hall in Clerk/Recorder race  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

Mandi Bird Kennerly. Democrat. Glacier County Clerk and Recorder. Mandi Bird Kennerly is challenging incumbent Glenda Hall for the job of Glacier County ...

CBHS Class of 2015 boasts 43 graduates who receive over $455000 in scholarship offers  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

The Cut Bank High School Class of 2015 received their long-awaited diplomas and were offered $455,362 in scholarship awards. Of the 43 graduates, ...

For these cowboys, cowgirls rodeo is more than a sport  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

Most kids who rodeo have been doing some form of it since they were able to throw a rope or sit on a horse. Like their parents and grandparents, once.

Kam 'Crazy Legs' Molenda is the leader of the track  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

When Kamdyn Molenda was little, her family called her “crazy legs.”

Former Pac-10 coach Shawn Kraft satisfying football urges at Helena High  Montana Sports

HELENA — In a different life, Shawn Kraft might be earning six figures — or more — coaching college football at a big-time program. The former Cut Bank High ...

Shelby's Amtrak ticket station closing | News  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

While most in the area have heard that the Amtrak Ticket Station in Shelby is closing, there are many variations of what this means for riders and employees.

Crystal Kain utilizing her passion for safer skin care products to advocate for all consumers  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

It has been 80 years since the United States government has passed any kind of legislation regarding personal health care products. Crystal Kain, and a number ...

BPA selling chain links to benefit Special Olympics  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

Cut Bank High School Business Professionals of America (BPA) are going to be fundraising for the Montana Special Olympics.

From Cut Bank to Georgetown: Jenadee Nanini's journey has been anything but ordinary  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

Jenadee Nanini's bucket list keeps getting smaller. A 2007 Cut Bank High School graduate, Nanini was recently accepted into the prestigious Georgetown ...

Justin Wetzel: Coaching NBA expansion team is latest feat  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

There are some that believe growing up in a small town limits what you can become and what you can do in life. And there are many others who believe it does ...

Cut Bank's Ric Fauque earns prestigious award from Orkin  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

When you have been with a company for just two years, some might say you are still getting your feet wet, still learning the ropes, still the “newbie.” And then.

Four boys are Newmans' son-shine but a baby girl will complete the family  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

What constitutes the perfect family? Is it a mom and dad and two children, a boy and a girl? Is it parents who have twins or parents with all girls or all boys?

New employees at Northern Rockies Medical Center enjoy caring community climate within the workplace  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

It is always wonderful to see new faces in town and not just during the tourist season. Many of those new people we see have moved here, wanting to live.

Wolves tennis team and parents host NW Preview Tournament  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

Cut Bank hosted the NW Preview Tennis Tournament this past Saturday on the CBHS tennis courts.

Chamber's Nov. 4 Christmas Bazaar features record number of vendors  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

The holidays are coming and so is the Cut Bank Chamber Holiday Bazaar. If you have not done so already, mark your calendars for Saturday, Nov. 4 to attend ...

Father and daughters always raising the bar | News  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

Set the bar so high that people will laugh at your goals, and then clear the bar.”

Guardipee and Gustafson shine at state high school rodeo finals  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

If you thought rodeos were just for adults, you would be missing out on a whole new generation of up and coming rodeo competitors.

Recovering addict shares her story to help people understand Suboxone  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

“Addiction isn't pretty to look at;. it is a very complex and heartbreaking disease. These people are on the brink of death. If this clinic saves even one life, ...

Remembering Montanans we lost in 2016  Great Falls Tribune

They lived lives of adventure, love and *service*.

'Cut Bank' prepares to be 'Fargo'-ed | Movies  The Missoulian

Cut Bank – Stunning in its setting as a rugged eastern gateway to Glacier National Park, the town of Cut Bank underlines the hardiest of elements.

New Integrated Science curriculum offers many benefits for students  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

How would a student know if they liked chemistry, if they do not get the opportunity to try it while in school? How would they know if physics was something they ...

USAF Brigadier General James Peccia III: 'I have taken all that I learned from time in Cut Bank, wherever I went and it has served me well.”  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

While you may not be able to convince them at the time, there are some real benefits for kids who grow up in a small town. James Peccia III, never.

Gustafson dreams of becoming third-generation vet  Great Falls Tribune

Greta Gustafson is a 2016 Tribune Academic All Star.

Harris, Michael D. | Obituaries |  Helena Independent Record

Michael Dale Harris, 66, passed away unexpectedly at his Clancy home in the early hours Wednesday, December 14. He was three days from celebrating his ...

Wolves tennis team hosts Keith Gregg doubles tourney, awards banquet to wrap up 2018 season  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

The Cut Bank Wolves' 2018 tennis teams concluded their season with the annual Keith Gregg Memorial Doubles tournament and Award Banquet. Numerous ...

Obituaries, Eugene Owen Boyle Jr., 73  Daily Inter Lake

Eugene Owen Boyle Jr., 73. Gene “Butch” Boyle passed away Monday, May 16, 2016, at Hidden Meadow Memory Care. His wife and two daughters were at his ...

Working on rockets, space capsules: All in a day's work for Zach Loftus  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

Some kids go into high school with a pretty good idea of what they want to do with their life. They then head off to college, graduate and the career.

Rodney Gorman wins Warrior Open, meets Pres. Bush & golf pros  Cut Bank Pioneer Press

Rodney Gorman, a born and raised Cut Bank native, graduating from Cut Bank High School in 1983, the son of Edith Gorman and the late James Gorman, is a ...

Malta’s Costin caps career with Montana-Wyoming selection  Great Falls Tribune

Mustang guard is the lone boys' player from Class B named to team.

Montanans we lost in 2017: Don't say goodbye. Just 'tap 'er light'  Great Falls Tribune

Obituaries shine a light on interesting adventures, accomplishments and other legacies of Montanans.

Incoming Flathead High School Principal Steps Down After Plagiarized Email  Flathead Beacon

John Blackman rescinded his acceptance of position after sending heavily plagiarized email, school officials say. By Dillon Tabish // Jun 26, 2017. Flathead ...

New Yale award honors 20 high school juniors nationwide for community engagement  Yale News

Twenty high school juniors have been honored as the first recipients of the Yale Bassett Award for Community Engagement. The award honors emerging ...

MSU names 2016 Presidential Scholars  Montana State University

Seventeen gifted high school seniors from across the nation, including eight from Montana, were selected as recipients of the 2016 Montana State University ...

Montana's rural-area lifestyle attracting younger residents | Montana News  Billings Gazette

GREAT FALLS — A rural, mixed animal practice was always in the plan for veterinarian Steven Hjartarson, a 1996 Cut Bank High School graduate.

Outstanding high schoolers celebrated during ceremony for the inaugural Yale Bassett Award for Community Engagement  Yale News

On October 13, 2017, twenty high school seniors from across the United States were honored for their leadership and commitment to public *service* during the ...

Tuesday’s Community Sports  Great Falls Tribune

Local bowling scores; prep basketball tourney on schedule.

Going rural: Smaller towns attracting more young families  Montana Standard

GREAT FALLS — A rural, mixed animal practice was always in the plan for veterinarian Steven Hjartarson, a 1996 Cut Bank High School graduate.

Larry Kiedrowski, who preferred living on Great Falls' streets, dies  Great Falls Tribune

Larry Kiedrowski, who lived on the streets of Great Falls for decades, died Saturday at age 71. Kiedrowski was a farm boy from Hogeland, north of the Hi-Line in ...

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