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OTM to open for season May 25

The Old Trail Museum in Choteau will open for its 34th year on Saturday, May 25, offering daily hours from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day of the week except the 4th of July, through Labor Day. A nonprofit institution, the museum curates a collection, exhibits and programs that reflect the rich natural and Read More…

County 3rd graders learn bicycle safety skills

Mother nature was smiling as sunshine greeted the 68 third graders from Bynum, Choteau, Fairfield, Greenfield and Power at the fifth annual Teton County Health Department’s bike safety fair May 15. “We really lucked out,” said Health Department Director Melissa Moyer, an organizer of the bike safety fair. “We found the last nice day to Read More…

Memorial Day Services planned in area

Area residents are invited to attend a Memorial Day service on Monday, May 27, at 10 a.m. at the Choteau High School auditorium. The American Legion and Legion Auxiliary organize this annual event. The service will be called to order by bugler and veteran Dave Hartman, and then the Choteau Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts Read More…

Sign up now for canning classes

Do you want to learn how to safely can, dry or freeze your garden’s bounty? Montana State University Extension Teton County, in conjunction with University of Idaho Extension, invites you to enroll in Preserve@Home, an online food preservation class to teach individuals how to safely preserve a variety of foods. Participants learn how to produce Read More…

Online technical issues

Because of a host of technical difficulties, many hunters who were trying to purchase nonresident surplus elk combo licenses online were unable to complete their transactions. Over the next 10 days, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will be contacting by email and phone those customers who attempted to purchase this license between 5 and 5:30 Read More…

Stop tagging Walleye

Fish, Wildlife and Parks is again asking the person responsible for putting plastic zip ties into the jaws of Missouri River walleye to stop. The illegal practice first came to light a year ago when FWP game wardens found two walleyes with zip ties in their jaws. This year, during the first week of May, Read More…

New bighorn sheep law

With the passage of Senate Bill 344 into law, it is now legal to pick up and possess the skulls and horns of bighorn sheep that died of natural causes. Those who recover horns and/or skulls must report the find to Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks within 48 hours and present it to FWP for Read More…

May 5-11

May 5 — 6:05 a.m., resident at 1922 Second Lane N.E., Choteau, reported two bears on her property. — 8:08 p.m., man in Choteau reported his wallet was stolen. — 9:33 p.m., motorist reported an erratic driver on U.S. Highway 89. — 10:07 p.m., vehicle driving at a lower rate of speed causing a possible Read More…

Summer play in Choteau Aug. 12

Montana Shakespeare in the Parks will give free performances of “Henry IV, Part I” and “The Merry Wives of Windsor” this summer in communities in Montana including Choteau as part of a multi-state tour. The company will travel more than 7,000 miles during the season, which runs from June 12 through Sept. 3, and perform Read More…

City office filings now open

June 17 at 5 p.m. is the deadline to file for municipal government positions in Choteau, Fairfield and Dutton. City officials whose four-year terms (unless otherwise noted) are expiring on Dec. 31, and whose positions are open for filing, are: •Choteau — Mayor Dan Lannen, who was appointed to replace Jack Conatser, for a two-year Read More…

Class C graduations planned

Seniors and eighth graders from Augusta, Dutton/Brady and Power public schools will graduate during commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 18. Augusta’s graduation ceremony will be held in the school gymnasium at 1 p.m. The senior class valedictorian is Samsara Mahlum and the salutatorian is Dalton Lee. Rounding out the senior class are Ezra Bolles, Cort Read More…

Choteau blood drawing May 23

The American Red Cross will be in Choteau on May 23 for the community blood Drive at the Pavilion from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. For those planning to give blood at the drive, there are preparations to start now to make it a good experience in helping others. Between now and the drive, eat Read More…

Choteau city cleanup set for May 17-19

The city of Choteau is inviting all residents to participate in a city-wide cleanup, May 17-19. During the cleanup, citizens will be able to dispose of yard and home debris and trash free of charge at a special site set up between the railroad tracks immediately east of the Teton County Sheriff’s Office. The cleanup Read More…

CJH/HS art show wraps up on May 16

The Choteau High School/Junior High Art Show artwork is on exhibit in the main hallway of the high school through May 16 and can be viewed from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. The show features art from each student who has been enrolled in one of the school’s various art classes during Read More…