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  • CONNECTING POINT: The Degrees of Love

    BILL LANES|Apr 3, 2024

    “Love” has always been an interesting word, and it is used within various contexts, so it’s vitally important to understand one’s intention. We can use “love” in flippant ways, such as “I love movie theater popcorn,” which has little bearing on relationships. Or we can use or misuse “love” in the context of relationships that leave emotional scars or bring emotional healing. Love that is genuine and not egocentric is healthy and vibrant, and most of us long for this type of love to be extended our way. To be frank, most of us love those who h...

  • Horoscopes: Week of 4/3/2024

    Apr 3, 2024

    ARIES Mar 21/Apr 20 Grit and guts will get you what you deserve this week, Aries. You may have an opportunity to make a good deal of money, so give this plan careful consideration. Ask for advice if the need arises. TAURUS Apr 21/May 21 Taurus, your life has changed, and you may want to blame the stars. Things will move out of your comfort zone, and you will have to sharpen your ability to adapt. GEMINI May 22/Jun 21 Gemini, you may be questioning the relationships in your life now, but don’t worry too much. If you hit a rough patch, things wil...

  • 2024 We Are HER Survivor Retreat Accepting Applications

    STEVIE CROISANT, We Are HER|Apr 3, 2024

    We Are HER, a Whitehall-Cardwell-based non-profit, is excited to announce the 2024 Survivors Retreat. The We Are HER Survivors Retreat is a five-day healing and educational experience in the mountains of Montana for ten survivors. The retreat's goal is to empower survivors through education about trauma recovery and connection with other survivors of abuse, assault, or stalking. This year's retreat will be held June 17-21, 2024. Applications to attend are now being accepted. The retreat is for...

  • Join the Out of the Darkness Walk to Prevent Suicide on Saturday, April 20

    KAREN SNOW, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention|Apr 3, 2024

    Are you ready to make a difference? Mark your calendars for the Out of the Darkness Community Walk to Prevent Suicide on Saturday, April 20th at East Helena High School. This empowering event is dedicated to suicide prevention and awareness, bringing together our community to support one another and spreading hope. Registration is now open! Visit to sign up for this impactful walk. By participating, you're not just taking steps; you're taking strides towards breaking the...