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Cottonwood Club Sponsors 20th Easter Egg Hunt In Culbertson

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Easter Egg Hunt
A young girl sporting festive bunny ears and a floppy Easter hat inspects her treasures from the Cottonwood Club-sponsored Easter egg hunt Sunday, March 20.
(Photo by Angela Rose Benson)

 


On Sunday, March 20, roughly 50 children ages 10 and under gathered at Bruegger Centennial Park in Culbertson with their parents or guardians to participate in the Cottonwood Club’s 20th Anniversary Easter Egg Hunt. There were 200 colorful, plastic eggs placed throughout the park, and at 2 p.m., the hunt began.

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Roosevelt Medical Center Receives Montana State Elks Grant

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RMC Receives Elks Donation
Jessica Schmitz (right), director of nursing for Roosevelt Medical Center in Culbertson, receives a grant for $3,020 from Montana State Elks Association president Darla Downs of Wolf Point. The grant was awarded by the Elks to purchase a vital signs machine for the emergency room.
(Photo by Bill Vander Weele)

 


Roosevelt Medical Center was presented with a check for $3,020 from the Montana State Elks Association state project committee on March 22 in Wolf Point, as part of the Elks’ commitment to local organization’s effort’s to better their communities.

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Emergency Planning Committee Reviews Abduction Case

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LEPC Meeting
Lee Allmer, Roosevelt County public information officer (second from left), and Tim Lingle of the Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Office (on right) reflect of the recent abduction during the Local Emergency Planning Committee meeting in Bainville on Tuesday, March 8. Also pictured are Gale Strandlund, Froid Town Council member (left), and Renee Rasmussen,
Bainville superintendent of schools.
(Photo by Angela Rose Benson)


The Local Emergency Planning Committee meeting, held on Tuesday, March 8, at the Bainville Fire Hall, was heavily attended, and discussion ensued on grants, weather alert systems and the recent abduction.

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Dry Summer In Area Predicted By National Weather Service

At the Local Emergency Planning Committee meeting in Bainville at the Fire Hall on Tuesday, March 8, warning coordination meteorologist Charlie Woodrum, currently on detail in Glasgow at the National Weather Service, discussed what the eastern end of Roosevelt County can expect weather wise as we shift from winter to spring to summer.

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Culbertson School Board OKs Co-Op With Bainville For Program

On Monday, Feb. 29, the Culbertson School board met and discussed Bainville’s request to a cooperative agreement for Bainville and Culbertson speech and drama teams for the next three years. Both school’s co-oped several years ago, but the co-op for this activity dissolved due to a lack of interest from Bainville students.

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