Conrad 5 Year Old’s Heart Surgery
There'll be spaghetti dinner fundraiser for 5 year old Gio Mokate, this Saturday night down at the Conrad Moose Lodge. The dinner for Gio, starts at 6:30, with karaoke to follow. Proceeds raised this Saturday, will benefit Gio, with his upcoming heart surgery scheduled in Seattle. There'll be a free will offering. We're all pulling for you, Gio...
“Newstrition?” What In The Heck Is It??
Newsrition, is simply building a "balanced media diet," & it's for adults & teens trying to figure out how to balance the media they interact with in a healthy way. Courtney Cowgill, will be at the Conrad Public Library, Monday night (12/4) to present a FREE interactive talk on Newstrition, & it's open to the public. For more information, please call 271 5751. Be safe, be aware...
Brunners raises Angus pairs, bred heifers near Fairfield
FAIRFIELD, Mont. – At the east end of Fairfield, between Power and Fairfield in north central Montana, Tim Brunner and his family raise Angus cattle and hay, continuing a legacy that started with Tim’s parents. “My folks bought 160 acres on the ‘Bench’ the year I was born,”...
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Dogs Up for Adoption in choteau, MT
Have you been contemplating pet adoption, or simply love perusing adorable pets? A myriad of delightful pets are available for adoption at various animal shelters in the vicinity of choteau..
Meet the artist who created this year's Christmas Stroll button
Reporter Cade Menter talks with Julia Weir, the artist who created the button for the 2023 Christmas Stroll.
Logan Health Supplies Regional Food Pantries with Donations
Local food pantries across the Hi-Line received over a total of 3,780 non-perishable items, plus 90 frozen turkeys, from employees at Logan Health - Chester, Conrad, Cut Bank, and Shelby before Thanksgiving weekend. Each hospital facility participated in a Brawl of the Wild Food Drive Competition leading up to the...
Chinook Girls’ Basketball Ready to Take on Choteau
The Chinook Sugarbeeters girls’ basketball team is embarking on the 2023-24 season later this week. Head coach Mike Seymour told New Media Broadcasters what the team has been up to and how they have ramped up their workload before the start of the season. “We’ve had a couple of...
Choteau Mayor issues alert to property owners, explaining home property tax increases
CHOTEAU, Mont. - The Mayor of Choteau has issued an alert to local homeowners, explaining the reasons for the massive hikes in recent home appraisals. The intent of the letter is to explain the reasons for the 43% average increase in Teton County, among the highest increases in the state, estimated in 2023. Mayor Chris Hindoien also responds to past suggestions from state lawmakers that local governments are primarily responsible for recent tax increases throughout the state.
One dead, two injured in single vehicle crash near Brady
BRADY, Mont. – One person is dead and two are injured from a single vehicle crash on Interstate 15 outside of Brady around noon Nov. 23. Montana Highway Patrol reported that they were all driving northbound in a Dodge Dakota around mile marker 328 when it began to fishtail on ice. The driver overcorrected and caused the vehicle to trip and roll over multiple times. No one in the car was wearing their seatbelt and all were ejected from the car.
The gas price fluctuate between $3.19 and $3.26 in Conrad as of 2023-11-27. Find the cheapest station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Monday is $3.250, a week ago the price is $3.308 , according to AAA.
The Old Conrad High School: A Century-Old Beacon of Learning and Architecture
Nestled in the heart of Conrad, the Old Conrad High School is an architectural masterpiece, encapsulating the essence of early 20th-century design and educational history. Built in 1915 for $400,000, this Collegiate Gothic Revival style structure has been a cornerstone of the community, witnessing the evolution of education over the decades. From its inception under Principal Clarence W. Cummings in 1935 to its transformation into the Conrad Schools of Science in 2008, the school's walls have embraced generations of students, fostering a legacy of learning and progress.
Choteau, Montana: Unearthing the Giants of Prehistory
Nestled in the heart of Montana, the quaint town of Choteau has earned the prestigious title of 'Dinosaur Capital of the World.' Its close proximity to the Two Medicine Formation, a geological marvel rich with dinosaur fossils, has placed Choteau at the forefront of paleontological exploration. The Old Trail Museum, an emblem of Choteau's dedication to its prehistoric legacy, houses an impressive collection of fossils, offering visitors a glimpse into the lives of dinosaurs that once dominated these lands.
Brady, Texas: A Town Steeped in Equestrian Legend and Agricultural Heritage
In the heart of Texas, the town of Brady stands as a beacon of historical richness and equestrian legend. Known to locals as the 'Heart of Texas,' Brady's tale is steeped in the lore of a race-winning horse that galloped into history in the late 1800s. While the town's official name traces back to Brady Creek, named after Texas Ranger Peter Rainsford Brady, it's the equine story that captures the imagination, suggesting the town was named in honor of this victorious steed.
Two Medicine Dinosaur Center: Unearthing the Secrets of America's Prehistoric Babies
Nestled in the small town of Bynum, Montana, the Two Medicine Dinosaur Center offers a window into the ancient world, boasting the first baby dinosaur bones discovered in North America. Founded in 1995, this esteemed part of the Montana Dinosaur Trail is a museum and research hub where the world's longest dinosaur, a diplodocus, welcomes visitors. With exhibits from the Late Cretaceous period, the center is a treasure trove for education and discovery, showcasing fossils of hadrosaurs, ceratopsians, and tyrannosaurs that roamed the region millions of years ago.
Sun River Skeet Club: A Premier Destination for Shooting Enthusiasts
Nestled just beyond the eastern fringe of the Butte, the Sun River Skeet Club in Fairfield stands as a premier destination for sports shooting aficionados. This club is more than a mere facility; it is the heart of a community that cherishes the spirit of skeet shooting. With its spacious 4800 square foot clubhouse, complete with a full kitchen, indoor restrooms, and a 120-foot front deck, the club offers an unmatched view of the ranges and a comfortable environment for both members and visitors.
We Are The Champions!
The previous game for Conrad was a tense one, but they will need to tighten up their offense if they hope to take on the one seed Fairfield Eagles. The Eagles look to face a bigger challenge than they have so far in the tournament, as they go head to head against the runner up in the season.
You Can’t Take It With You
Just ask Grandma...she was the one with the cool pie plate. Don't worry about a thing, an estate planning session from Montana State University Extension, is scheduled for 1 o'clock this afternoon (Mon) down at the Choteau Public Library. The session's entitled, "Who Gets Grandma's Pie Plate & Grandpa's Pocket Watch?" There'll be refreshments & light snacks too, although it goes without saying, "they probably won't be served up on Grandma's old pie plate...someone else got it along with grandfather's pocket watch. No worries, at least they'll always have the correct time of day. For more information, please call the Teton County Extension office at 466 2491.
Schillings celebrate 35 years of business at the Roxy
Local owners, Larry & Sue Schilling of Choteau, are celebrating a big anniversary… the purchase of their business on October 1st, 1988. The Roxy has been around since its opening on July 4th, 1946, and the building retains many of its original features. Researching The Fairfield Times archives found...
Forget The Roundhouse Run To The Depot
Don't run to the roundhouse...run to the depot, the Conrad Depot! The Conrad Depot Society's selling beautiful Christmas trees & wreaths starting THIS Saturday! All Aboard to Conrad. They'll be up & running with the trees AND wreaths weekdays from 4 until 7, & 11 to 4 Saturdays & Sundays.
Fairfield’s La Mia Cucina Acquires Byler’s Bakery
Roseann Byler, owner of Byler’s Bakery at 425 Main Ave S. in Choteau, told the Sun Times last week they have sold. The favorite jaunt of Choteau early risers been listed for over a year, with Byler hoping to sell to someone who is willing to keep the business as a bakery and provide the donuts for local customers.