The year 2010, regardless of how you say it, will bring with it another federal election cycle, says election administrator and Clerk and Recorder Janis Hoppes.
Although January may seem early to be preparing for June and November elections, the Pondera County election office is busy with early preparations.
Many voters in Pondera County, and throughout Montana, have chosen to be placed on the permanent absentee list.
The Community Cancer Foundation is again sponsoring a Karaoke for Cancer fund-raiser.
Contestants in the five week event will be vying for a top prize of $1,000, $500 for second place and a new Playstation 3 for capturing third.
Singers will present their talent on Jan. 23, Feb 6 and 20 and March 6 at Ed’s Tavern. The finals will take place there as well on March 20.
RUNNING JUMPER — Grant Grubb (25) pumps home this nifty running jumper against the Fairfield Eagles on Friday night at home. It was his 18th birthday and he also hit a game clinching three pointer. Sounds like quite a day to me. I-O Photo by Adam Jerome
By Adam Jerome, I-O Reporter
This past weekend the Conrad Cowboys matched up with two conference opponents in the Fairfield Eagles and the Choteau Bulldogs. Thanks to some clutch shooting at the end of both games the Cowboys rode away victorious.
On Friday night the Cowboys hosted the Fairfield Eagles and got the win 44-39. The game started out with the Cowboys taking a 14 to 12 lead heading into the second quarter. Fairfield began to make some shots in the second and took a 26-24 advantage into the locker room at the half.
Both teams came out in the third period ice cold from the field as they combined to score 11 points in the quarter.