Montana Senator Max Baucus announced in June 2012 critical funding to launch a new rural health care partnership.
The nearly $10.5 million“Health Care Innovation” grant was awarded to Mineral Regional Health Center in Superior.
The grant allows Mineral Regional Health Center to coordinate with Critical Access Hospitals (CAH) and rural health care centers from across Montana, with the goal of improving care and boosting efficiency.
NICE RUN — Blake Underdahl runs for part of his 108 yards in the game against Troy on Friday. He also scored two touchdowns. Photo courtesy of Paul Sievers - The Western News
“It was long trip over the hill, but it was short coming home,” said new football coach Mick Morris.
This was in reference to winning his first game as the Cowboy’s head coach on Friday, on the road, in Troy, 34-13.
Conrad racked up 369 yards on the ground and another 104 in the air for 473 yards of offense.
Florence E. Parmelee, 95, passed away Sept. 3, at a local nursing home with her family by her side.
A memorial service was held Sept. 7 at the Valier Catholic Church. Interment was in the Valier Cemetery. A luncheon followed the graveside at the church. Condolences for the family may be left at www.kirkwoodfuneralhome.com .
Florence was born in Cascade on Jan. 15, 1918, to Norris and Mary (Yost) Haney. Florence and her sister Alice were raised in the St. Thomas Catholic Home after their mother passed away when Florence was eight-years-old. She remained at the home along with Alice until she finished her schooling. In 1936 she married Peter Habets, and they farmed East of Valier near the Belgian Colony. They had four children: Gale, Larry, Teresa and Ernie. Peter passed away and Florence moved with her children to Great Falls where she worked in a grocery store. Later she met and married Harvey Parmelee, and they had four children: Dolores, Rodger, Candace and Tami.
Harvey and Florence farmed and ranched in the Valier area. As a homemaker she was remembered for sewing, baking and gardening. She also worked as a cook at several local cafes. Harvey and Florence enjoyed traveling to visit their children, and they saw much of the South and Northwest United States. After Harvey passed away in 1982, Florence remained in Valier until the fall of 2007 when she moved to the Horizon Lodge in Conrad. Later she moved to the Country Home in Malta to be closer to her daughter Dolores Shettel and family.
Florence is survived by her children, Larry (Gail) Habets of Watsonville, Calif., Teresa Bruno of Great Falls, Ernie (Shirley) Habets of Conrad, Dolores (Jim) Shettel of Dodson, Rodger Parmelee of Valier, Candace (Gary) Johnson of Otsego, Minn. and Tami (Randy) Wagner of Nodaway, Iowa. She is also survived by 15 grandchildren, 30 great-grandchildren, numerous great-great-grandchildren and five nephews.
She was preceded in death by her son Gale in 1994, grandson Tony in 1988, her sister Alice O’Brien and her brother Clarence (Bud) Haney.