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Comfort And Joy Project Raises $6,615

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Ruth Boysun, president of the Roose-velt County Community Foundation, presents Jaimee Green, marketing/foundation director for Roosevelt Medical Center with a $1,000 check to go toward the sunroom beautification and renovation, as part of the Comfort and Joy Project that took place throughout December.
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Formerly known as “Lights of Love,” Roosevelt Medical Center’s Comfort and Joy Project fundraiser came to a close in late December.
The purpose of the project was to take the  ideas from Lights of Love and make them more visible in the community by placing a tree in First Community Bank, said Jaimee Green, marketing/foundation director at RMC.

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Farm Bill Informational Meeting Planned In Sidney For Feb. 19

USDA Farm Service Agency and Montana State University Extension has announced seven Farm Bill informational meetings in communities across the state.
USDA and MSU Extension are conducting the meetings to inform Montana producers about important changes to the Noninsured Crop Disaster Assistance Program authorized by the Agricultural Act of 2014. NAP coverage provides financial assistance to producers of noninsurable crops when low yields, loss of inventory or prevented planting occurs due to natural disasters. The next NAP sales closing date in Montana is March 15, 2016, for spring-seeded 2016 NAP crops.


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Synan Begins Term As Commissioner

When the Roosevelt County Commissioners met Tuesday, Jan. 5, it marked the first official meeting for new commissioner Darrell Synan. After four months with only two commissioners, Synan was appointed for one year as the District 1 commissioner in late December.
Synan was sworn in for the one-year term on Monday, Jan. 4.

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New Extension Agent Starts In County


Extension Agent
Jeff Chilson is the new Extension agent for Roosevelt County.  He works out of the Culbertson office.
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The new MSU Extension agent for Roosevelt County brings a wealth of world experience and educational knowledge to the position.
Jeff Chilson started his duties in Culbertson Dec. 1.

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Culbertson Band, Choir Has Melodic Future In 2016

When it comes to music, nearly every individual enjoys it in some way or another, whether it be performing, teaching, learning or blaring music in the comfort of one’s vehicle. With the help of kindergarten through 12th-grade music teacher Lana Hekkel and fifth- through 12th-grade band teacher Jennesy Taberna, Culbertson Public School’s band and choir students are preparing for an eventful journey in their music studies to finish out the 2015-16 school year. They may even become platinum-selling artists within their own community.

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