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Crazy Days in Malta has been an annual summertime tradition going all the way back to the hey-days of downtown Malta. Clothing stores like JCPenney’s and Atkins would put out their spring and summer inventory for sidewalk sales to make room for back-to-school and fall fashions. Savings were passed on to the customer, the store owner could make room for more inventory, and new merchandise had a way to make its way into the hands of local shoppers. Family-friendly games, events, and contests were often worked into the days-long event and the celebration marked the countdown to the end of summer.
Times have changed, and with COVID guidelines the planning of Crazy Days is still underway, slated for Saturday, July 18th. The big events will kick off at 11 o’clock a.m. in Veteran’s Park with the Watermelon Eating Contest sponsored by Albertson’s followed by Kiwanis famous burgers and hand-cut fries for lunch. Vendors will be set up in the park and merchant specials and steals will be added to the Malta Chamber Facebook page in the days leading up to the event.
Malta Merchants Committee Chair, Julie Snellman, predicts that this year’s Crazy Days is going to be better than ever. Some merchants have already had some great sales in recent weeks, so bargain hunters can expect to find new finds among last season’s styles. It’s also going to be a welcome change of pace for folks to get out and about to shop after many long weeks of being at home.
The Craziest Day in July is happening Saturday the 18th and everyone is invited!
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Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is receiving calls from people who have picked up deer fawns, young birds or other newly born wildlife.
It’s important to remember that FWP no longer accepts, holds or rehabilitates moose, deer, elk and most other animals. Diseases (such as Chronic Wasting Disease) are a concern when moving moose, deer and elk, and rehabilitating fawns and calves is often unsuccessful because the animals become quickly habituated to people.
If you see a young animal, whether a goose or a grizzly, keep your distance and leave it alone. Handling them can be dangerous, and usually once they are picked up by people they can’t be rehabilitated.
What can you do?
Leave It There. It’s natural for deer and elk to leave their young
alone for extended periods of time. What appears to be an orphaned animal may not be.
Control Your Dog. Keep your dog under control, especially in the spring when newborn wildlife is most vulnerable. Pet owners can be cited and dogs that harass or kill wildlife may by law have to be destroyed.
Keep in Mind. It is illegal to possess and care for a live animal taken from the wild.
As Montana’s wildlife agency, FWP’s priority is to keep wild animals wild. When people keep and raise elk, deer or other animals, it habituates wildlife to humans, potentially causing problems once released back into the wild.
Should someone bring a deer or elk to FWP, they’ll be asked to take the animal back to the site where it was found. If the animal can’t be returned, it may need to be humanely euthanized.
Ranching For Profit Blog – Dallas Mount, CEO
Healthy Land, Happy Families and Profitable Businesses
“No” is a powerful word. There are dozens of ways to say it … “That won’t work here,” or “We tried that before and it didn’t work.” But regardless of how it is said, it protects the person who says it and can be maddening to the person who hears it.
“No” protects the status quo. Unfortunately, we usually inflate the value and underestimate the risk of keeping things the way they are. Meanwhile, we underestimate the potential value, and overestimate the risk of new ideas. So, while “No” may protect us in the moment, it may also keep us stuck, or worse.
If you’ve ever offered suggestions to someone who had a problem, only to hear them say, “No,” as they reject every idea before they even consider it, you know how exasperating “No” can be. It only takes a couple of “No’s” in a row before you give up trying to help.
I have opportunities to observe and make suggestions to ranchers with all sorts of issues. When offering suggestions, I used to ask, “Why don’t you do X, Y or Z?” Of course, they would respond with exactly what I was asking for, an explanation of why they didn’t do X, Y or Z. I’ve stopped asking, “Why don’t you…” and replaced it with a much more effective alternative, “What would happen if you did X, Y, or Z?”
People often respond to “What would happen if…?” with some variation of “That won’t work here.” Of course that’s not an answer to my question. But rather than confront them I just ask, “Yeah, but what if it did?” I’ve found it’s an effective way to get people to consider the upside of an idea they initially dismissed. If after exploring the idea we find the upside isn’t big enough, we can both say “No” to the idea and find another one to explore. On the other hand, if there’s a big upside to the idea, it might be worth following up with, “What would it take to make that happen?” or, “How could someone do that in a way that avoids (the major objection)?”
Chris Voss, a former FBI hostage negotiator argues in his book, Never Split The Difference, that “No” doesn’t have to be the end of the negotiation. It can actually be the beginning. Voss says that saying “No” makes your negotiation partner feel safer and invites follow-up. When confronted with “No,” Voss will ask, “What about this doesn’t work for you?” Combined with some empathic listening, his experience is that you have a good chance of reaching an agreement. And his negotiations involve life and death!
So, next time you say, “No,” ask yourself, “Do I really mean ‘No,’ or am I creating some space to think?” Recognize the effect that “No” has on others and ask yourself, “Is that the impact I want to have?”
And, next time you hear “No,” don’t accept it as the end of the conversation. It could be just the beginning.
April 10, 2019 – Dave Pratt
Kalispell, MT — With the goal of increasing public access to one of the most popular lakes in the state, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking approval to purchase nearly 15 acres for a Fishing Access Site.
The undeveloped property is one mile east of Dayton off U.S. Highway 93 along the western shores of Flathead Lake. The property contains 650 feet of shoreline that would provide public access for boating and non-boating recreational use, such as swimming, fishing, and picnicking. FWP has preliminary proposed development plans that would include access roads, parking areas, a boat ramp, dock, vault latrine, signage, boundary fencing and a host campsite. The proposed site would be open for day-use only.
Following the Statewide Fisheries Management Program and Guide, FWP continues to pursue opportunities to increase access on popular water bodies, such as Flathead Lake, where user numbers are increasing to levels above the capacity of existing sites. Currently, 89 percent of the shoreline of Flathead Lake, excluding islands, is in private ownership. Any additional public access opportunity on the largest freshwater lake west of the Mississippi River would be very popular. This site would help ease pressure on other busy boat launches on Flathead Lake. The proximity of the proposed site to Wild Horse Island also makes it a desirable launching point.
Flathead Lake provides a popular recreational fishery, and in 2017 the fishery supported approximately 42,195 angler days.
Flathead Lake is also very popular with recreational (non- angling) boaters, including motorized and non-motorized watercraft. Shore-based activities such as picnicking, swimming, photography and wildlife viewing are also very popular along the shoreline. Public access to the lake and shoreline is in high demand. Recreational activity on Flathead Lake generates a considerable amount of economic activity in nearby communities. According to Jan Stoddard of the Montana Office of Tourism and Business Development, Flathead Lake is one of Montana’s most important water recreation assets.
The current owners of this property have long been interested in selling to a public agency for public access and conservation and are willing to sell below appraised value. The owners have been working with the Montana Outdoor Legacy Foundation to sell the property to the non-profit organization, which would bridge the sale in anticipation of FWP’s purchase of the property pending legislative and funding authorizations.
The proposal is out for public comment starting July 11 and running through 5 p.m., Aug. 9, 2020. Written input can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, or mailed to Mattson FAS/Property Acquisition, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks, 490 N. Meridian Rd, Kalispell, MT 59901. Or call 406-752-5501.
The draft environmental assessment is posted online at http:// fwp.mt.gov/news/publicNotices/.
Kick off will be at 11 o’clock a.m. in Veteran’s Park with the Watermelon Eating Contest sponsored by Albertson’s followed by Kiwanis famous burgers and hand-cut fries for lunch. Vendors will be set up in the park and merchant specials and steals will be added to the Malta Chamber Facebook page in the days leading up to the event.
July 20-31: Mommy and Me Swim Classes at Malta City Pool. Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays 7-7:30 p.m. These classes are for infant – 2.5 year olds with an adult caregiver present. Classes are $25 and taught by Kelly Cederberg. Stop by the pool or send a message on the Malta City Pool Facebook page.
July 25-26: Milk River Co-Ed Softball Tournament @ Havre Complex South of Town. No coolers in the complex. HSA selling beer and full concessions. Any questions? Call Brandon at 945-4516
Aug. 20: 3 p.m. Montana Beef to School Coalition Meeting will take place on-line. This event is hosted by Montana Farm to School. To register for the online event and receive an digital invitation, check out the Montana Beef to School Coalition Meeting Events page on Facebook.
Blaine County Library at Chinook announces Storytime at the Library! Every Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. in the Children’s area at the library. Need more information? Follow the Blaine County Library Facebook page, check out their website at www.blainecountylibrary.org, or call 357-2932. The library is open Mondays 12- 7p, Tuesdays 10a- 6 p, Wednesdays 12- 7 p, Thursdays 10a- 6p, and Fridays noon to 5 p.m.
Phillips County Library is currently hosting the Carnegie Libraries Carnegie traveling exhibit. Phillips County residents are invited to come learn more about the history of Montana’s 17 Carnegie libraries, which were built across the state at the turn of the 20th century. For more information, call the library at 654-2407 or stop by Mon-Thu (10-12/1-6) or Fridays (10-12/1-5).
Kicks @ 6! Tuesdays @ 6 p.m. Now through August 18th, at Pepin Park in Havre
Liberty County Summer Fair: Every Thursday thru September 3rd from 5-7 p.m. At Lions Park on Highway 2 in Chester. For vendor info and other details call 759- 4848.
Havre Beneath the Streets is OPEN for business. Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. until further notice. Call 265-8888 for tour times and booking reservations.
HEDA’s Attic in Hingham announces LARGE Rummage Sale dates: August 1st, August 8th. Sales start at 8 a.m. and stop at noon.
Chinook Wildlife Museum Hours for July and August 2020: Monday-Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. And Sundays 1-5 p.m. Masks recommended, but not required. Practice social distancing. Come see us!
Outdoor Summer Yoga at MSU-N: Wed. July 22 (10 – 10:45 a.m.), Wed. July 29 (5:30-6:00 p.m.). Participants are asked to bring their own yoga mat, water, and any yoga props you may need. Each session will be 30-45 minutes. Join in for a free, fun summer outdoor event on the MSU-Northern Campus. Call (265-3711) or e-mail (email@example.com) with any questions.
Artists and Farmers on Tuesdays for Malta’s Summer Market. Malta Area Chamber of Commerce “Artisans & Farmers Market” takes place Tuesdays nights this summer from 6-8 p.m. at Veterans Park in Downtown Malta. Dates are July 7th & 21st, August 4th & 18th, and September 1st & 15th. Come check out local, in-season produce, handmade jewelry and knives, and other artisan goods, gifts, and more. To participate, contact Alesha, Julie Snellman, Ann Sautter, Sandy Perry, or the Malta Chamber office.
HiSET Testing at Fort Belknap: August 21. Call 1-888-694-4738 to register.
HiSET Testing at Havre: July 28th, and August 11th and 25th. Call 1-888-694- 4738 to register.
Enjoying Everyday Life
What is faith? And what does it look like to actually live by faith?
These are important questions, because we receive and experience the blessings God has for us through faith.
Hebrews 11:1 says, “Faith is the assurance (title deed, confirmation) of things hoped for (divinely guaranteed), and the evidence of things not seen [the conviction of their reality – faith comprehends as fact what cannot be experienced by the physical senses]” (AMP).
I like to define faith as the hand that reaches out and receives what God has for us. By faith we believe what God says in His Word is true, that it’s for us, and that we will receive everything He wants to give us. We believe we have His promises before we get them or experience them.
Everyone has faith, but not everyone puts their faith in God. For example, when a person sits in a chair, they have faith that the chair will hold them. People drive to work because they have faith in the traffic laws that make it possible to travel on the roads. But first and foremost, we need to put our faith in God and the truth of the Bible.
Romans 1:17 says, “For in the gospel the righteousness of God is revealed, both springing from faith and leading to faith [disclosed in a way that awakens more faith]. As it is written… ‘The just and upright shall live by faith.’”
This verse reveals that we’re saved by faith and we are created to live by faith. In order to live by faith, we have to release it, and there are three ways we do that: praying, saying and doing.
The Privilege of Prayer
Prayer is the greatest privilege we have! It’s amazing that we can personally communicate with Almighty God, the Creator of the Universe. That means we can talk to Him and He hears us, and He wants to talk to us.
One of the main ways we hear God’s voice is through His Word, which is why it’s critically important for us to study the Bible. When we diligently study the Word, we get revelation of who God is, how He loves us, and what His will is for our lives. We learn how to pray for the things He wants to give us…the kind of life Jesus died for us to have.
James 4 says that people live in strife, quarreling and fighting, because they try to get what they want and they’re jealous of what others have, but they can’t make it happen for themselves. Verses 2-3 say, “You covet but cannot get what you want, so you quarrel and fight. You do not have because you do not ask God. When you ask, you do not receive, because you ask with wrong motives, that you may spend what you get on your pleasures” (NIV).
Have you been trying to get something or make something happen and you’re frustrated because you can’t achieve it? Maybe you’re struggling because you’re striving to do it in your own strength or you’re going after things that aren’t right for you or in God’s plan for your life.
We need to pray and ask God for what we want, but we need to ask for the blessings He wants to give us. I often pray like this: “God, I’m going to ask You for everything I want, but if I ask for something that’s not right for me, please don’t give it to me. I really only want what YOU want for me, because You know what’s best for me.”
Praying for the Promises of God
There are some situations where we may not know for sure what God’s will is, and that’s when we need to trust that if we don’t get what we think we want, it’s because He has something better for us. But there are many things we can ask for with assurance and confident expectation that God will give them because He promises them to us in His Word. Here are a few…
•You don’t have to be lonely because God is always with you (Psalm 73:23; Hebrews 13:50).•You can have peace in every situation (John 14:27; Philippians 4:6-7).
•You can have God’s wisdom for every decision (James 1:5).
• You have the strength, in Christ, to do whatever you need to do (Philippians 4:13).
•God loves you and He has an amazing plan for your life (John 3:16; 1 John 4:9-10; Jeremiah 29:11). God has so much more for you than what you have experienced so far in your life. Make it your number one priority to spend time with Him every day in prayer and Bible study, and begin boldly asking Him to give you every good thing He’s planned for you.
Put your faith in God in every area of your life and everything you do, and you’ll discover how living by faith really is an amazing adventure!
For more on this topic, order Joyce’s four-teaching CD series Pursuing What Matters Most. You can also contact us to receive our free magazine, Enjoying Everyday Life, by calling (800) 727-9673 or visiting www.joycemeyer.org. Joyce Meyer is a New York Times bestselling author and founder of Joyce Meyer Ministries, Inc. She has authored more than 100 books, including Battlefield of the Mind and Unshakeable Trust: Find the Joy of Trusting God at All Times, in All Things (Hachette). She hosts the Enjoying Everyday Life radio and TV programs, which air on hundreds of stations worldwide. For more information, visit www.joycemeyer.orgPlease note: The views and opinions expressed throughout this publication and/or website are those of the respective authors and do not necessarily reflect those of Joyce Meyer Ministries.
COVID hasn’t forced this annual favorite into extinction. In fact, the 2020 Duckbill Dinosaur Race in Malta is near, and Duck Racers and bet-placers are looking forward to July 18 with much anticipation. Over $600 in cash prizes are up for grabs this year with prizes for small, 5-buck- ducks, that place plus 4 random “Lame Ducks” for a $25 lucky grab. Even the merchant that sells the winning duck gets a $100 in Duck Bucks along with bragging rights to selling the winning web- footed friend.
Drop in any sponsoring merchant to buy small ducks, which will be available for sale until Friday, July 17. So where’s headquarters for all of this quackery? Great Plains Dinosaur Museum, of course! Stop by the museum or give them a jingle (654-5300) to purchase a small duck or, for businesses or teams, there is the option to buy a $50 duck that can be personalized or decorated to suit a particular theme AND will be retrieved and re-used for next year’s Duckbill Dinosaur Races. Large ducks are also in the running for one grand prize of $100.
At this time, the location of the races is still to be determined, but traditionally the race takes place on a stretch of the canal just south of Malta near the skate park. This year, there has been talk of other locations so duck racers are encouraged to stay in touch with the Great Plains Dinosaur Museum to find out more.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) is proposing to remove a small population of invasive goldfish using the EPA registered pesticide Prenfish which is safe to use for removal of unwanted fish, when handled properly. Invasive goldfish are proposed to be removed from an unnamed stock pond located in Upper CK Creek approximately one mile from Zortman, MT (T25N, R25E S21). The remote, 0.65 acre pond is located on private land. If the preferred alternative is selected, the project would be completed in the fall 2020.
The Empire Builder Route that has run daily to 45 cities across the United States, and from Wolf Point to Libby in the Treasure State, has been slated for a temporary reduction of service, beginning October 1st and projected through at least next summer, according to Amtrak officials. Residents along Highway 2 who rely on Amtrak to get them to major airport hubs, necessary medical appointments, and long-distance relations are already concerned that the potential human impact of this reduction of service was not thought through
A former Montanan and railroad advocate, Mark Meyer, contributed recently to an article in the Montana Free Press where he explains how the cuts in service will have an enormous impact on small towns with limited or non-existing transportation alternatives to travel across Montana or to another state.
Shelby Mayor Gary McDermott sides with Meyer in his concerns by pointing out how a staggered day schedule could leave passengers stranded when they would normally have just been able to stay on the train or transfer to another rail route. Mayor McDermott also spoke up to voice concern for the impact on Amtrak employees and raised awareness to the impact losing even one or two jobs has on Montana’s small towns.
According to a press release from June 26th, Congressman Greg Gianforte urged Amtrak’s president and CEO to reconsider the cuts, given that there may still be time to dissuade Mr. William J. Flynn from implementing the Empire Builder Line’s reduction of service. The full letter to Amtrak President Flynn is available at https://gianforte.house.gov/media-center/press-releases/gianforte-amtrak-reverse-cuts-service-along-hi-line and community members are strongly encouraged to continue contacting representatives like Congressman Gianforte to communicate concerns on the issue.
In one info-graphic provided by https://www.railpassengers.org , the average trip for an Empire Builder Route Amtrak passenger is around 850 miles with an average cost of just under thirteen cents per mile. The Empire Builder Route’s proposed reduction of service is estimated to impact some 9800 potential passengers through the Malta Station alone.
According to a release on July 8th (contact Sean Jeans-Gail, Rail Passengers Association at 202-320-2723 or email firstname.lastname@example.org), a draft Fiscal 2021 proposal to boost regular Amtrak appropriations was made available with some $26K set aside to avoid cutting staff or routes. This may sound hopeful, but it’s still important for Montanans and other rail-enthusiasts to let representatives and key stakeholders how this issue impacts our smaller, rural communities in a very big way.
Beginning this month, the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) replaces North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Key changes that impact cross-border shipments and Certification of Origin include:
*Certifications can now be performed by the importer in addition to the exporter and producer.
*The de minimis thresholds for low-value goods that can enter a country duty-free have changed.
*NAFTA Certification of Origin is no longer required and is no longer accepted.
*Certification of Origin can now be obtained using a formal document.
*It is still the importer’s responsibility to maintain all valid proof of origin when using free trade agreements, and failure to do so may result in substantial duties and penalties.
For more information on the USMCA and its potential impact on your business, visit the US Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) website at https://www.cbp.gov for more details and related content.
Today, July 14, 2020 Blaine County Health Department reports identification of the first lab-confirmed case of COVID-19 in a Blaine County resident. The case has been instructed to isolate at home until recovered. Public health is working diligently to identify and trace all contacts of the case. If an individual is identified as a contact of this case, that person will be contacted by Blaine County Health Department, or health department in their jurisdiction of residence.
At this time, we are acutely reminded of the reason for the mitigation strategies local health departments have been encouraging. These strategies include wearing a mask when you cannot maintain a distance from others of at least 6 feet, sanitizing and disinfecting, washing your hands frequently, staying home when sick, and avoiding large gatherings.
We will continue to update public information through email communication as the Blaine County situation changes.
More information about COVID-19 in Montana can be found at https://dphhs.mt.gov/publichealth/cdepi/diseases/coronavirusmt. If you have questions, please send them to email@example.com.
Jana McPherson-Hauer, RN, BSN, CPH
Lead Local Public Health Official
Public Health Nurse
Help Wanted: Great Northern Motel in Malta is accepting applications for waitress positions. Applications and inquiries at the front desk of the Great Northern Hotel. 7-I
Help Wanted: Great Falls Tribune is looking for a delivery person to work daily to pick up newspapers in Great Falls and deliver to Havre. Call 791-1401 for more information. 7-I
Wanted: 50′ to 70′ power poles from “old” transmission line from Ft. Peck to Great Falls. Please call or text to 390-0455. 3-I:8-II
FOR SALE: Used oilfield pipe, rods, cable & guard rail. New HDPE pipe. Engineered bridges for pivots, vehicles, walking & ATV. Clips & post caps. Toll free- 866-683-7299 or 406-453-7299 BIG SKY PIPE AND SUPPLY, Great Falls. Call TODAY and Ask for our free catalog. VISIT US ONLINE http://bigskypipeandsupply.com/html/ 7-I:X
For Sale: 1997 F 250 Ford 4×4 Ext cab. 7.3 motor. New Transmission Asking $6250. Call 357-3393 7-I
Help Wanted: Dairy Queen in Glasgow is looking for 2 front counter employees. Call Stacey at 228-8342 for info. 7-II
For Sale: Table Saw, like new condition. Asking $50. Contact Adele Christianson Otto via Facebook. 7-I
Now through August: Free College Classes at Aaniiih Nakoda. College. Some restrictions apply. Call 353-2607 or check out the college website at https://www.ancollege.edu for details and to register.
Help Wanted: Andy’s will be holding open interviews from 4-8 p.m. Monday, July 20th. Look your best, show up during these times, and bring a completed application with you. Applications are available at andyssupperclub.com Good Luck! 7-II
For Sale: 2002 Hesston 8110s Swather, 2500 hours with 30′ draper header and 16′ hay header. $30,000. Call 301-2824.
Help Wanted: Taco John’s in Havre is looking for an Assistant General Manager to add to the management team. Apply today at: ilovetacojohns.applicantpro.com 7-I
Daily Monday through Friday: Chinook Senior Center has lunch meals available for pick up. $5 for seniors, $6 for others. Cinnamon rolls and other treats available by ordering in advance. Call to find out more or place an order today: 357-2648. 6-I:X
FOR SALE: BARGAIN PRICING on 14 to 100 foot Bridges, 8 to 36 inch I Beams, and 12 to 24-inch pipe. Contact Ed toll free- 866-683-7299 or 406-453-7299 BIG SKY PIPE AND SUPPLY, Great Falls. Call TODAY and Ask for our free catalog. VISIT US ONLINE http://bigskypipeandsupply.com/html/ 7-I:X
Help Wanted: Murphy’s Pub in Havre is hiring a full-time cook. Please fill out the generic application from the Havre Job Service and drop it off at the restaurant to apply. 7-I
Help Wanted: Schwan’s warehouse in Havre is hiring! Great benefits, competitive wages, awesome opportunities. Apply online at schwans.com/jobs and for details email Jenn at firstname.lastname@example.org 7-I
Thank You: Stockman Bar and Grill would like to offer a free meal to each and every law enforcement officer in the Malta community and one guest (this includes local, state and federal) from now through the end of July. Please stop in and just show this ad to one of our servers and we would be happy to take care of you. Thanks for all that you do! 7-I
Help Wanted: Hi Line Retirement Center in Malta is now taking applications for a COOK and DIETARY AIDE. Call Barb Bushman for an application at 654-1190. 7-II
Rudyard Community and Gildford Senior Centers have their menus available on the Rudyard Community Facebook page. Call Rudyard Center (355-4240) or the Gildford Center (376-3170) to schedule meals. 6-I:X
For Sale: Ford Super Duty Pickup 4WD Front Sway Bar Link & Bushing. Contact Shades Peterson via Facebook. 7-I
Help Wanted: 2020 Census Jobs still available: 2020censusjobs.gov/jobs 7-I
Help Wanted: A Plus Health Care of Havre is now hiring caring individuals to help clients in immediate need in the following communities: Cut Bank, Ft. Belknap, Great Falls, Havre, Rudyard, Stanford, Sun River, and Valier. If you or someone you know are great candidates, go to www.aplushc.com 7-I
For Sale: Roll and lock bed cover. Came off a 2009 dodge ram 1500. 6’4″ bed. Asking $400. Contact Byron Yellowrobe via facebook. 7-II
For Sale: 1116 New Holland swather 2940 hours. 16 ft. header. Field ready, new batteries, oil changed, ready to go to cutting. Have the conditioners but they aren’t on it currently. Asking $4500. Located south of Malta. If interested call: 406-301-3125. 7-II
Help Wanted: Join our growing team! We are hiring a goal-oriented individual for an asst. Service Advisor at American Garage, Chinook. Competitive pay DOE, $12-$17/hr. M-F, 8-5. Exc. cust. svc, interpersonal, computer & comm. skills. Est. repairs, phone calls, Sched. Appts, Order Parts, exit appts & sched. return visits. Benefits: HRA, Pd Vac, training, more. Contact Heather DePriest at (406) 357-4201 or apply online at www.americangarage.com. 7-II
For Sale: For Sale in Havre! Looking for a home with outdoor space plus amazing views of the mountains? Beautiful open floor plan with hardwood floors. 4 large bedrooms, 2 baths. Office/den with stamped concrete floor. Main floor laundry. Bonus rooms, pellet stove plus new carpet in the basement. Sun room connecting the house to the triple stall garage. Private patio out back. Abundance of trees and shrubs around the property for privacy. 2.726 acres. Minutes from town. This home is ready for new owners. $439,000. Property West, Call Carina at (406)945-0394 7-II
Help Wanted: Lettuce Eat in Malta will be hiring mid-August for a part-time position. No nights or weekends! Stop in the restaurant for an application today. 7-II
Help Wanted: Gary and Leo’s IGA in Havre has full time positions open in their Bakery and Deli departments. Jon their team today. Apply in person or e-mail your resume to email@example.com
For Sale: Fiberglass pickup sleeper with backdoor. Call Sandy at 406-697-2585. 7-II
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