Thursday, July 20, 2017

School Board opts to leave lunch prices alone

The Central City Board of Education on Monday night continued its revision of specific policies as part of the year-long handbook and policy review...

Sheriff completes hiring run

Everything seems to be coming together at the office of Merrick County Sheriff John Westman: less than six months after hiring a chief deputy—Pat...

Gulliver sees stars

Just as in previous years, the Missoula Children’s Theater has been a week-long whirlwind of activity, culminating in two Saturday shows at the Performing...

Hwy 30 accident claims 1

About five minutes after 3:00 p.m. on the afternoon of Friday, July 14, deputies from the Merrick County Sheriff’s office responded to the site...

Leetch pleads guilty, jailed

The sentencing process in a case stemming from charges of animal cruelty brought against Tommy Leetch, Sr., this spring has drawn to a close,...

LTD follow-up: bigger and better next yr.

Lone Tree Day event planners and local business owners met on Friday at the Merrick Foundation Venture Center in Central City to debrief after...

Council addresses internet

A month after introducing wording describing standards it would expect of any company seeking to provide Internet/broadband services in Central City, the City Council...

Sheriff’s office welcomes a new deputy to the county

One of the biggest challenges facing new Merrick County Sheriff’s Deputy Dylan Dreher, on the job since May 15, might just be learning the...

Governor helps kick off Merrick Medical

Among the many family-friendly activity options available to area residents over the Fourth of July weekend was an event that nearly—nearly—rivaled the Fire Department’s...

Eagle eyes standards, future

In the wake of the Central City’s Council decision to draw up and approve standards for Internet performance offered by providers in the community,...
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