Article submitted by Nirupa Gadi, Student at CHS
In September,I had gone on a two week long visit to India for my cousin’s wedding. At my grandfather’s house in Kanakaneri, a very rural town with lots of jungle, I discovered a very beautiful and unusual looking plant while I was walking through the 10-acre mango garden with my grandfather.
Picking a branch of the tree, I asked my grandfather what the plant was called. He replied by telling me that the plant was called neem-a highly medicated plant only found in Southern Asia. Because I want to become a medical doctor, news about such a plant sparked my interest. I read some scientific literature works and collected and compiled information on the plant.
What is Dark Money, and more importantly, what impact does it have on local and state elections in Montana?
If you answered, “I don’t know” to either of those questions you should attend the Conrad Area Chamber of Commerce’s meeting on Oct. 9 to find out more about Dark Money and an initiative aimed at eliminating Dark Money in Montana.
Conrad volleyball fans, not to mention the team finally got some play time in the friendly confines of the home gym.
The home girls played three straight games in the Corral, winning two and just missing out on taking a third match against Shelby on Saturday.
The teams’ home opener was against Cut Bank and the contest went to five games. Conrad won the match with scores of 21-25, 25-16, 25-19, 21-15 and 15-13.
Conrad’s defense allowed only eight ace serves to drop in for Cut Bank while the Cowgirls put down 11 with Morgan VanDyke getting four and Krista Judisch two.