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Museum Board Reorganizes, Prepares for 2021 Season

Following a successful Annual Meeting of the Jefferson Valley Museum, featuring Norm Tebay with a history lesson of the Tebay family, some of the interested people engaged Norm and his son, Cody in conversation. Interwoven with the history were...

 
 By Arcylle Shaw    Opinion    April 14, 2021

Dear Editor: Focus on Abortion, Not Gun Control

Dear Editor, Mr. Johnson, you are to be commended for your concern of deaths of children by guns. The abortion industry has killed millions of babies in the womb and without guns. Those babies need defending. They have had their lives taken with...

 
 By Arcylle Shaw    Opinion    March 31, 2021

Dear Editor: Response to Gerald Johnson Letter #1

Dear Editor, This is in response to Gerald Johnson’s comments on gun control. Guns don’t kill people. People kill people. They use knives, their hands, etc., etc. According to Jeremiah 17:9, “The heart is deceitful above all things and...

 

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If you are into geo-cashing, Ray Hunt and his boys, Eon, Ember and Roam, have put together 30 plus of them. Ray is an amazing story-teller and knows how to entertain his boys with treasure hunts and various other projects. According to Grandpa Ron,...

 

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The newest addition to Jefferson Island (Cardwell) is Callan Dean Patrick! (See the photo) Shawn and Avery Patrick are the parents of this little fellow and Shawn said "We are quite smitten with this little one." Love is an amazing thing - it just...

 

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This week is the end of the third quarter for the school year. And, on Thursday, the buses will take the students to Great Divide for a day of skiing. What a beautiful day it is suppose to be! Last week, on the 12th, several students participated in...

 

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When God said to give thanks in everything, the Thanksgiving Dinner at the school was a easy one! Between the students, teachers, staff and parents, the meal was prepared and served. Was it ever good! It's such a great time to visit with neighbors....

 
 By Arcylle Shaw    Community    July 5, 2018

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Visitors at the Jefferson Valley Museum are greeted with tubs of flowers from Wagner's Nursery. It looked like 'effort' to get them unloaded and situated for all to enjoy. The Museum is a grateful recipient of Wagner's generosity. Last week Nancy...

 

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In last week's Ledger, Jack Smith covered some vital information regarding the Cardwell School. If you didn't read it, go back and do it. There are two school board positions open - the high school...

 

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Because of howling winds, blowing snow and frigid temperatures, the Cardwell School Board agreed to cancel school on Monday, President's Day. That is a very rare happening. As a result, the Live Wax Museum is rescheduled for next Monday, February...

 

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If I had a permit, and a gun, and knew how to use it, I could have a bear rug in my bedroom. Two nights in a row, Mr. Bear paid me a visit and was very helpful the second night by pruning one of my apple trees. I had trouble with a bear and some...

 

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God’s paint brush has been at work changing the trees and bushes into such gorgeous colors. They won’t last long with the wind stripping the leaves. (It would be handy if the same wind would blow those leaves out of the yard.) Indian Summer is...

 
 By Arcylle Shaw    News    October 18, 2017

Save the date for Cardwell School Centennial

On August 4, 2018, the Cardwell School will be celebrating its Centennial. This is an opportunity for former students, teachers and anyone who has an interest in celebrating this once-in-a-lifetime experience. During the next 9 months, articles will...

 

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Friend Glenn, As I write this, the Indians are up 2 - 1 over the Yankees. And, if it doesn’t rain, game four will be played today. It could be the end of the season for the Yankees. Don’t get too excited over that thought. There’s always next...

 

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It was like a bee hive during the work in progress at Powell’s Barn Raising. Items from the loft were being cleaned, windows were being restored to be authentic, various wood projects were being scraped in readiness for finishing, along with... Full story

 

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Got a call from Patty Strozzi this week. She recently moved to Bozeman after sometime of trying to sell her house on North Whitehall Street. She had to tell me about shopping at Maurice’s and meeting one of my granddaughters, Angelica Shaw, who... Full story

 

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An enthusiastic group met to get the Cardwell 100th Anniversary celebration plans started. The Cardwell School has been reserved for August 4, 2018 to commemorate this milestone. With the date secured, the work finding former students and getting... Full story

 

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Watch the Trojan Volleyball schedule times. The published schedules say the games will begin at 4pm. The accurate time is 5pm. The days haven’t changed, just the time. Supervising Teacher, Seth Coombe, said that the Cardwell School staff is in... Full story

 

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Down McKeown Lane is a wonderful old house and out buildings that belong to Scott and Tracie Cornwall. Over the years, Tracie has put a foundation under the old house, done some landscaping and at present, Scott is in the process of refurbishing the...

 

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In the Fall of 1980, our daughter, Kelly, left for college in Nampa, Idaho at Northwest Nazarene College and sent us this. I thought maybe there would be some parent that could use a little encouragement and would be blessed. Hold Fast the Summer It...

 

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It was just a week ago that Lydia’s was the scene of a very surprised Janet Shaw Powley when her family had arranged dinner for many friends and relatives. After tears of gratitude and hugs from her four kids and their spouses, she seemed...

 

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REMEMBER: The Annual Granny Yates Picnic is this coming Sunday at Pass Creek Community Center, North of Belgrade. Join the family for visiting and family search. Lunch will be at 1:00 pm. Pat Watson Parker recently passed away and she was one of many...

 

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This little tidbit is for Patti Hanley and Sally Kreis, both retired teachers from Cardwell School. They LOVE the MSU Bobcats. Five former Bobcats, Deonte, Matt, Tanner, Joe and Caleb and Rick - do those names sound familiar?- are serving the Lord...

 

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July 4th is a special day for many reasons, not the least of which is Karen and Kerry Sacry’s wedding anniversary and Dr. Steve Sacry’s birthday. It has become an annual event to have the Sacry clan get together on that day to celebrate family....

 

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It was wishful thinking. The airplanes that I heard were not spraying for mosquitoes. The mosquitoes are enjoying attacking the public! In ‘Come Before Winter’, by Charles Swindoll, he wrote, “God never promised you a Disneyland. He offers...

 

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