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The neighboring Sheridan County News recently had a small paragraph in its “A little county history” column concerning the weather. It said Medicine Lake had the highest-ever temperature in the 20th century at 117 degrees on July 5, 1937. After that nasty northwest wind this area had to endure on Thursday, March 24, 117 degrees above Fahrenheit sounds pretty good right now! — mike


“Continue to follow your dream, but keep EVERY college option open. Your talent, work ethic and support system have created opportunities . . . even ones that you don’t realize are there. Stay strong, grounded and realize your dream.” – Chris Atwater


According to the Bureau of Economic Analysis, Montana’s outdoor industry brought in $2.23 billion in 2020, which was down from $2.49 billion in 2019. Nationally ...