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Last elevator leveled

By Linda Bruch
Pioneer Press Feature Writer
Wednesday, January 15, 2014 9:18 AM MST
Merle Shortman and his crew at M&M Iron and Recycling have changed the skyline on the east side of Cut Bank, not once, not twice, but six times over the last couple years. They did it by tearing down the old grain elevators and other outbuildings located behind M&M Iron and Recycling and Chuck’s Paint and Body.

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Update on Dr. Clary's Hospital Privileges


Dr. Robert Clary’s medical privileges at Marias Medical Center were revoked on a 4-3 vote by the hospital board on Wednesday, Jan. 15.

Cut Bank Elks host statewide meeting, show off lodge & club


Twice a year Elks members from all over Montana meet in designated cities to discuss business, network a bit with other members, socialize and enjoy what that community has to offer.

Incumbents file for re-election


All the incumbent candidates who are up for election in 2014 tossed their hat into the ring on Thursday, Jan. 9, reported Diane Proefrock, Glacier County Assistant Elections Administrator.

 

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Dustin Bird and Chad Johnson earn MPRF championships

By KIM NORMAN
For the Pioneer Press
Wednesday, January 15, 2014 9:18 AM MST
Another Montana Pro Circuit Finals (MPRF) Rodeo is in the books with local cowboys bringing home three year-end saddles to go along with their year-end titles.
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Wolves wrestle well in tough Booster Meet


The Cut Bank Wolves had a strong showing at their Cut Bank Booster Club Invitational last weekend where they placed seventh out of 26 teams from Classes AA-C. The Wolves had the third best finish of teams in the B-C ranks as they were behind only Choteau and Harlem.

Cut Bank girls split weekend hoop contests


The Cut Bank Lady Wolves split contests with Browning and Choteau last weekend, defeating the Class A Indians while dropping a heart-breaking conference contest to the Bulldogs.

Wolves fall to ‘Dogs


The Cut Bank Wolves dropped their lone game of the weekend, falling in a conference tilt to the Choteau Bulldogs 75-53.

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