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Culbertson School Welcomes New Second-Grade Teacher

Culbertson Public Schools has hired Jim Harkins, whom was born in Ohio and grew up in Billings, as a second-grade teacher.
Harkins’ parents were both teachers and two siblings are both in education as well — a brother who was a teacher and a sister who was a teacher and a principal.

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Women’s Club Old-Fashioned Carnival, Walkathon Raises $10,000

The event held on Saturday, Aug. 27, gave Culbertson and area residents a workout and an evening full of old-fashioned fun. The event met the Women’s Club’s goal of raising $10,000. All proceeds are being used to provide Cul-
bertson’s pool with a splash pad and bath house. Some 150 youth and adults attended the carnival and the walkathon had roughly 40 participants.

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Missing Biker Found Deceased Near Bainville

On Friday, Aug. 19, the body of Zackary Baldwin, 30, was found off U.S. Hwy. 2 near mile marker 659 near Bainville.

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RMC Receives ONEOK Grant

A recent donation made by an energy services company is helping Roosevelt Medical Center reach its goal of purchasing a new medication dispensing cart as part of their efforts to continue providing patients with safe, secure and efficient administration of drugs.

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Culbertson School Board Renews Extracurricular Contracts

On Tuesday, Aug. 16, the Culbertson School board met to discuss the upcoming 2016-17 school year extracurricular contracts.

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