SUPERIOR – Friday night’s season opening loss by the Titans could have been chalked to any number of things that can beleaguer a high school football team. But Head Coach Mike Cutler summed it up in one succinct sentence. “The better team won.” Those were the only words that Cutler offered after a 74-42 loss to the Mountain Cats of Clark Fork. The game started with Clark Fork the receiving the kickoff and quickly finding the end zone when QB Bryan Mask hit Kyler Francis with
DRUMMOND - The Drummond Trojans Booster Club has decided to start up the sales of Community Calendars again. All profits will go to the Boosters who in turn help support the various programs at the school. Those wishing to buy and/or be in the calendar can contact Shone Bradshaw at 406.531.9364. Calendars are $10 each. You can also purchase an advertisement in the calendar for $45, which includes a calendar when they arrive in December.
PHILIPSBURG – As the 2019 season nears, the Granite Lady Prospectors boast a program with 24 on its roster. By season’s end, it might be 26. Head Coach Jennifer Graham enters the season with anticipation of a solid run toward the postseason. She has six seniors that boast a wealth of talent, despite the loss of Emma Grange, who’s family moved from the area this spring. Thanks to three inter-county junior transfers last year, Graham had what was arguably the most talented juni
DRUMMOND – As quickly as a blocked spike gets sent back over the net, the Drummond Lady Trojans find themselves switching gears again. For the second time in as many years the girls in blue and white will have a new head coach. Brooks Phillips was hired over the summer to take the lead role after last year’s coach, Shona Bradshaw resigned. Former head coach Tina Wetsch looked to be returning before her decision to step aside to focus on family left the program without leaders
GRANITE COUNTY – Its déjà vu all over again. When Clark Fork and Flint Creek met last year to start the 2018 season, the Titans were in transition. They were on a 12-game win streak, defending state champs and working several new players into key positions. This year, Flint Creek is riding a 25-game win streak, still the defending state champs and again working a group of new players into key positions. None of which was lost on Clark Fork Head Coach Jeff Schultz. “Lucky us,
PHILIPSBURG TOWN COUNCIL MEETING September 3rd, 2019 7:00 P.M. Philipsburg Town Hall STANDING REPORTS Sheriff Library Board Chamber of Commerce Parks Board Fire Department Grant Writer Director of Public Works Town Attorney Town Clerk Minutes of Prior Meetings Payroll and Bills Payable Water and Sewer Adjustments Project Request Payments Financials OLD BUSINESS Library Renovation Proposal Sewer Lagoon Outfall Replacement Cemetery Contract PIA Contract Park Reservation Form an
GRANITE COUNTY – All three athletic programs are ready to start play this weekend and each has their own fan gear available for local supporters. The two-time defending 8-Man State Champion Flint Creek Titans start play this Friday and will have gear available from both Drummond and Granite high schools. The Granite boosters have set up a site with Universal Athletic fo fans to get gear early, but initial orders must be made by Wednesday. Coordinator Jody Cutler indicated tha
HELMVILLE – For the 55th year the Helmville Rodeo will feature some of the best western talent around and a weekend full of fun for the entire family. While the rodeo proper is Sunday and Monday September 1-2, 2019, there is also a Team Branding event and dance Saturday. The Team Branding will run from Noon to 3 p.m. on August 31 with registration at 11 a.m. Entrants wishing to get more information can call 406.544.0982. There will be Open and Pro-Am classes, with the former