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 By Arcylle Shaw    Community    May 31, 2017

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I saw a really cute picture on Facebook. It was Kyle Glaus hanging onto a tree with his fiancé, Krista, pulling on his legs. The caption reads, “The Hunt is Over”. Their wedding plans are for later this summer. I have kidded Kyle about marrying...

 
 By Arcylle Shaw    Community    May 24, 2017

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Nonie Sacry told me once “If you have too much to do today, be thankful, and pray for those who have nothing to do.” Good advice and these past few weeks, I should have been praying a whole lot!!! The Special Election on Thurs. will be an...

 
 By Arcylle Shaw    Community    May 17, 2017

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A trip of a lifetime! Kyra Armstrong's school, Montana Wilderness School of the Bible, scheduled a tour of Israel. She joined the 30 other folks and after flying into Tel Aviv, spent the following week in the land where Jesus lived. Problems kept... Full story

 
 By Arcylle Shaw    Community    May 10, 2017

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Had an occasion to visit Wagner’s Nursery in Butte and what an experience! When I need a ‘flower fix’ , that is the place to go. The flowers are so beautiful - and the fragrance, Wow! It was better than shopping for new clothes. Matthew 6:28...

 
 By Arcylle Shaw    Community    May 3, 2017

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Welcome Home, Catherine! The Ledger will be filled with your journalistic writings, I’m sure. It looks like the Madison County precinct that usually is at the Cardwell School gym, will be moved to the Cardwell Pavilion for the May 25th election....

 

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The song, April Showers, is running through my head. All of this rain - and snow - is making lawns lush, but difficult to be able to mow them. I see that my cherry trees are starting to bloom. They will be loaded unless we get a hard freeze. John...

 

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It couldn’t have been a more perfect morning for God to display His power and majesty. The 70 to 80 people that gathered on Sunrise Hill for Easter Sunrise Services didn’t have to brave the elements and they didn’t have to wait long for the...

 

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Scholars at the Cardwell School began the first of six weeks of the Montana Outdoor Science School. This program provides opportunities for the kids with hands on learning. With that in mind, the school will be having a Science Fair on Wednesday,...

 

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There is a genealogy society that meets the third Thursday each month to gain knowledge and learn about resources available to dig for information not only for themselves, but for others looking for the past histories of their families. Recently, the...

 

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Some weeks are slower than others- unless, of course, you are on Facebook. Activities at the school during April will include a Garage Sale on April 29th and 30th. Details will be advertised soon. They will welcome donations. Arrangements can be...

 

Museum purchases flat file cabinets

In October, the Jefferson Valley Community Foundation generously granted a $4,000 gift to the Jefferson Valley Museum. Archival safe flat file cabinets were purchased with the money. While it has...

 

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This has been a quiet week. According to the Daily Bread reading for the first day of Spring, Jesus said to his disciples in Mark 6:31, “Come with me by yourselves to a quiet place and get some rest.” Sounds pretty nice to me, especially if it...

 

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Crossing the Jefferson River on Highway 359 to the left is what I like to call ‘the hundred acre woods’. Winnie the Pooh isn’t around, but the trees scarred from a fire a few years ago, make the area captivating with imagination. With Spring...

 

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Recently, a picture of the 1930 Cardwell High School football team was posted for sale on e-bay. Naturally, that intrigued me, so with the help of Roy Millegan’s compiling of information from years and years of newspapers, I located some...

 

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Just returned from the LOVE INC. (Love in the Name of Christ) informational and thank you meeting in Whitehall. This isn’t just another welfare program - it’s helping people transform their lives. Without a doubt, Christ will be the center of thi...

 

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It’s interesting that there is four of each day of the week this February. Don’t believe that it only happens every 823 years or whatever. And don’t fall for the line that if you send it on to x number of people you will receive lots of money....

 

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Friday was a perfect day for skiing at Great Divide North of Helena. All of the students of the school boarded the school buses and made it a day of fun in the sun. Extras tagged along, too. Nice it was Friday. They could sleep in on Saturday. Trish...

 

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Not much happening this week. The school kids did make their ski trip to Great Divide last Thursday. The blizzard conditions didn’t deter them at all. They held the Spelling Bee which you can read about in this paper in its own article. The Jr....

 

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A couple of weeks ago, Donna Clark’s daughter, Shelley, passed away quite suddenly. When seeking to have the obituary published in the Montana Standard we discovered that depending on the day of the week, the cost would vary. For instance, instead...

 

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First off: It was Senator Tester that called Rebecca Joy to congratulate her on her appointment to the Air Force Academy. Senator Daines did also. Zinke had interviewed her, but was unable to communicate with her about the appointment. At any rate,...

 

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Powells hosted a houseful of well-wishers in honor of Nolan Murphy’s 70th birthday! No one would believe that Nolan has lived that many years. Today, his cattle herd is limited and his dry land farm stills lies in Millegan Canyon and Shoddy Springs...

 

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Volunteers at the Museum are really glad to have John Joy back in the mix. Health issues kept him isolated for a few months, but along with the 7 others trying to get back into their routines, he just picked up where he had left off. The key word at...

 

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2016 passed into history as I finished reading a book, "The Insanity of God" by Nik Ripken. An easy read, very difficult content. Followers of Jesus Christ worldwide are persecuted, imprisoned and even killed. We take so much for granted. This is a...

 

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No one had to dream of a white Christmas! The white fluffy stuff (called snow) was beautiful but created a variety of situations - cattle feeding, highway hazards. On the other hand, it provided the perfect setting for skis and sleds. In Job 38:22,...

 

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A year ago Ken and Linda Glaus had their cattle the victims of an out of control semi truck whose driver didn't pay attention to the flagman and was not able to stop soon enough. That situation could have been so much worse - loss of human life....

 

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