The boiler system in the courthouse that was installed in 1984 and services the basement of the courthouse is in need of repairs.
Due to its age, the spare parts are not readily available and it is near its expected life.
Commissioner Janice Hoppes moved to publish a Request For Proposal (RFP) for the courthouse boiler system as a whole, as well as for each individual zone within the building.
By Melissa Huber, I-O Reporter
Ken Larson circulated a few copies of CHS’s new newspaper, The Cowboy Chronicles, before the school board meeting on Nov. 12. Congratulations go to Kristi Calvery and her group of journalists for this achievement. It was also, later, revealed that Calvery recently received a $14,000 grant from 3 Rivers Communications to purchase video equipment. Calvery’s class will be constructing a commercial about Conrad with the new supplies that they will enter into a contest for a chance to potentially win them more money.
Staff presentations began with Todd Truscott presenting the CHS student of the month, Morgan VanDyke. Steve Lockyer commented that she had “become a true leader and inspiration.” Tyson Anderson commented on her competitive nature and how it helps the team. VanDyke is also Student Council President at CHS.
The Conrad Speech and Drama team hosted an invitational tournament on Saturday and the Speech team placed third in the Class B division.
Cut Bank placed first with 65 points. Shelby was in second with 22 and the home team took third with 16 points.
On the Drama side, it was Shelby in first with 49 points, Choteau in second with 28 points and Cut Bank in third with 22.
Placing for Conrad in the Serious Solo segment was Jake Bender who took first and Kira Mills who came in third.