Shelby, MT

Logan Health-Shelby bids a fond farewell to Cindy Frydenlund after 47 years

Whether you are being admitted for lab work, X-rays or a hospital stay, Cindy Frydenlund is the smiling face of Logan Health-Shelby that greets you with a calm reassurance and organized manner that one can appreciate in such situations. After 47 years of hard work and dedication, Frydenlund has decided to move on to the next chapter in life, that of retirement.
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Karl Gustav Fredrick Heptner

Karl Gustav Fredrick Heptner, 91, passed on Sept. 22, 2022. Memorial services were held Tuesday, Sept. 27, at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church in Shelby. Karl was born on March 20, 1931, in Riversdörf, Germany to Fredrick and Clara Heptner. He resided in Shelby on a rural farm and was employed by the Toole County Road Department for more than 30 years. Karl married Hildegard Buchberger on Nov. 5, 1955, in Halstad, Germany.

Glacier County celebrates clean exit audit

Chairwoman Mary Jo Bremner was the sole member of the Glacier County Commission in attendance at the Sept. 29 meeting at the courthouse in Cut Bank. The only item of new business on the agenda was the FY 2021 Audit Exit Conference, and Wipfli LLP Senior Manager Clayton Johnson explained the findings of his firm’s work.

Shelby’s Flores finishes third at Marias Valley Golf Course

The Shelby Coyotes ran at home this past week at the Marias Valley Golf Course, and had several runners set personal records at the meet. Allan Flores placed third at the meet with a personal record time of 18:24.70, Nathan Benjamin placed 13th and set a personal record for the season with a time of 21:12.94, and Mason Lamb placed 18th with a time of 22:02.24.

Senior Hadley Barbie recounts many opportunities through 4-H

The 2022 National 4-H week theme of Opportunity4All is especially fitting for Glacier County 4-Her and Cut Bank High School senior Hadley Barbie. Since beginning her 4-H career as a Cloverbud, Hadley has taken advantage of numerous opportunities within 4-H from excelling in the dog project to leading a dog arena renovation project at the Marias Fair to serving as a 4-H camp counselor and more.

Coyotes hammer Rocky Boy

The Shelby Coyotes football team celebrated Homecoming with a dominant 70-8 victory over the Rocky Boy Stars. Coach Mike White commented, “Coyotes had a great Homecoming week. I thought we played with a purpose Thursday night.”. Shelby jumped out to a 36-0 lead by the end of the first...

Valier students install visitors kiosk at library

The Valier High School Skills USA students are getting involved in community improvement as they construct and erect a new Tourist Information kiosk at the Valier Public Library. The kiosk will house pamphlets and information for passersby and visitors to the area. The kiosk project was conceived when the community...

Fairfield fends off Shelby girls in five sets

The Shelby Coyotes hosted Fairfield last Tuesday night, and lost a heartbreaker in five games. 26-24, 25-23, 18-25, 24-26 and 9-15. The Coyotes jumped out to an early two game lead against the Eagles, but Fairfield hung on to spoil the Coyotes Homecoming game in five. Jori Clary and Cami...

Special Screening Coming To Conrad

Two of my favorite guests, Gus Chambers, & Bob Hjelm, from the Pondera Arts Council, will be our guests tomorrow (Wednesday) afternoon at 2:30, on KSEN, to fill us in on the upcoming spectacular screening of the documentary, "For This and Future Generations. The screening's scheduled for NEXT Tuesday (1011) at Conrad's beautiful Orpheum Theatre. Next Tuesday evening's screening is one in an ongoing series which brings documentaries of LOCAL & regional interest to Conrad, & our Golden Triangle communities. Gus, Bob, & Puff on the radio...we'll see you tomorrow afternoon at 2:30, on the Puff Man Show.

Betta Pong event to support local shelters

Big Sky Aquariums and Pet Supply in Cut Bank invites the community to participate in its third annual Betta Pong from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15. Proceeds from the event will go to help Cut Bank Animal Shelter and Quailwings Rescue. Betta Pong employs red solo cups...

Wolves secure season’s first win at Wolf Point

You can’t spell “Wolves” without a W, and the Cut Bank High School football team earned its first W of the season Friday night at Wolf Point. Caleb deManigold threw a touchdown pass and no interceptions, and Skyler Peterson rushed for 99 yards on 15 carries in the Wolves’ 22-7 conference win.

The Meal’s FREE In Conrad!

The Conrad Community's coming together THIS Friday, for a FREE Community Meal down at the First Presbyterian Church, at the corner of 4th Avenue & Maryland Street. Don't worry about a thing, that's 2 blocks west of the stop light. Soup & bread along with a "light" dessert will be on the platters from 11, until 1, & it's going to a lot of fun. Everyone's invited to come on down & join their Golden Triangle good neighbors.

Sunburst football falls to North Star

The Sunburst Refiners football team fell to the North Star Team, 55-19. The Refiners were in an uphill battle from the beginning, North Star jumped out to 15-0 first quarter lead, and extended it in the second. Refiner senior Connor Sullivan got the team on the board with a 57-yard...

Lady Wolves topple Harlem in four sets

The Cut Bank Lady Wolves snapped a four-match losing streak with a nonconference victory over the Harlem Lady Cats last week. The Lady Wolves (3-5) found themselves trailing 20-24 in the first set but rallied to tie it up at 24-all before battling back and forth to win 28-26. The remaining set scores were 21-25, 25-21 and 25-12.

Browning, Cut Bank harriers perform well at Whitefish Invite

“It was a good one,” Browning cross country coach Roy McNabb said of the Sept. 27 meet in Whitefish. Coach McNabb said his team is beginning to “run as a pack,” and while there were few personal best times set in Whitefish he said Browning “stacked up good in Western A.”

Toole County Justice Court actions

The following are the dispositions settled in Toole County Justice Court from Sept. 16 – Sept. 22, by the Honorable Judge Joe Rapkoch. Sigurd R. Maclean, operating in violation of restrictions imposed on driver’s license, $85 fine. Jeffrey W. Waldner, operating without over-dimensional size permit, $85 fine. Andrew...

Shelby High Gets WACKY

Shelby High School Homecoming Week's rolling right along today with "Wacky Wednesday," over at the school. Wacky? How Wacky? The 3rd & 4th period seniors & freshman are showing their artistic endeavors by painting the big "S." The students will also finish decorating the doors with, of course, "advisor approval." Just don't paint the letter "S" on the danged doors kids...Happy Homecoming on Wacky Wednesday!

Meadowlark Park boasts fantastic new playground for all to enjoy

You may have noticed the construction taking place at Meadowlark Park, located right next to Krysko Skate Park and the basketball courts, and wondered what is happening now. That answer to that question is, a brand-new playground! Construction is underway and it is estimated that the new play equipment should be up and ready for kids in no time!