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Anaconda Hearst Library to host Christmas tea on Dec. 10

The Friends of the Library Christmas tea is set for Sunday, Dec. 10, from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Featured will be music, stories, tea by Misty Mountain Teas, and refreshments. The tea party, a thank-you from the library to the community, is held upstairs at the Hearst Public Library, 401 Main St. In this

MONTANA STANDARD - 2017-11-24 08:30:00

Reindeer pull Santa's sleigh in Anaconda

Buy Now Reindeer pulling Santa's sleigh can be seen on the 1000 block of West Park Street in Anaconda near the Southwest Montana Federal Credit Union. It's one of many lighted displays donated to the town by the late Frank St. Pierre.Vera Haffey photo

MONTANA STANDARD - 2017-11-23 20:26:00

COMMUNITY HOSPITAL OF ANACONDA - Ad from 2017-11-23

Community Hospital & nursing Home of anaConda foundation Coming Soon - Anaconda's Hospice House, Lynnore's Place The 2,900 square foot Hospice House will offer an alternative for patients who can no longer be cared for at home.The ability to pay is not a consideration in order to stay and receive c

MONTANA STANDARD - 2017-11-23 23:13:21

Anaconda's holiday calendar full of fun events

Click on the button below to set up your account or log in if you already have one. ANACONDA -- Anaconda has a variety of holiday event planned in November and December. They follow here: -- The annual Christmas Stroll in Anaconda begins at 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 24, at the Kennedy Common. The holiday

MONTANA STANDARD - 2017-11-23 07:15:00

Anaconda's Christmas stroll, tree-lighting begin with Santa's arrival

ANACONDA -- Pleasant winter temperatures are predicted for Anaconda's Tree Lighting Ceremony and Christmas Stroll set for Friday, November 24, at the Anaconda Common, where Santa is expected to arrive by fire engine at 6 p.m. Festivities will take pace in the newly renovated bandstand, where an intr

MONTANA STANDARD - 2017-11-23 07:03:00

'Tis a 'bazaar' season this year

Thanksgiving is over and now's the time to get serious about your Christmas shopping. There are still several bazaars to choose from, so it shouldn't be too hard finding that perfect holiday gift. This list will be updated throughout the holidays, and is free. To include your bazaar, email to editor

MONTANA STANDARD - 2017-11-24 07:00:00

Paying it forward restores faith in mankind

On the 16th of Nov. my wife and I drove my father-in-law to the VA clinic in Anaconda. Before we left town we stopped for lunch at Peppermint Pattie's restaurant. The owner/waitress noticed my father-in-law's cap "Marine Veteran," so when my wife went to pay the bill, the waitress said his lunch is

MONTANA STANDARD

Snapshots: Kittens at Petco today

Click on the button below to set up your account or log in if you already have one. The Butte-Silver Bow Animal Shelter will have kittens for all to see from 1-3 p.m. Friday, Nov. 24, at Petco, 3536 Harrison Ave. Adoption forms are on the shelter website or you can pick one up on Friday at Petco. Ho

MONTANA STANDARD - 2017-11-23 15:30:00

Police investigating homicide in St. Claude neighborhood

A coach's ultimate gratitudeA coach's ultimate gratitude Updated: Thursday, November 23 2017 10:18 AM EST2017-11-23 15:18:56 GMT On this Thanksgiving: a story of the ultimate gratitude. A life saved, thanks to a selfless act that starts on a high school basketball court in Elton, as KPLC's Britney G

KPLC TV - 2017-11-24 04:16:28

Audit: Housing director used funds for personal use

FENTON - The former executive director of the Housing Authority of Fenton used more than $34,000 in public funds for her personal use and wrote checks to family members for services not performed, a state investigative audit has found. Gwen Jackson is accused of converting $34,105 in Housing Authori

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Saugus Public Library Foundation honors readers who make good leaders

More than 140 supporters and friends attended the recent Saugus Public Library Foundation's third annual Gala and Silent Auction. The highlight of the evening was the recognition of four local residents who were honored as part of the Foundation's Readers Make Good Leaders promotion to celebrate and

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-24 13:00:00

Theatre Company of Saugus to present 'A Charlie Brown Christmas'

The Theatre Company of Saugus submitted the following press release The Theatre Company of Saugus presents its holiday season show for 2017, including two short plays: "A Charlie Brown Christmas," based on the Peanuts television special, and "A Christmas Carol - Readers Theatre," based on the novel

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-24 13:00:00

Saugus man arrested for firearms dealing

BOSTON - Leny Soares, 49, of Saugus, was arrested on Tuesday and arraigned in federal court on a firearms dealing charge. Soares was charged with dealing firearms without a license. He was detained pending a hearing on Dec. 4, according to the U.S. Attorney's office. The charge carries a possible

DAILY ITEM - 2017-11-23 00:38:16

Coller resigns Saugus library post amid residents' complaints

Eight residents have sent the Board of Selectmen correspondence requesting that Michael Coller be removed from the appointed positions he holds for his social media posts and alleged behavior on election night. In a Nov. 9 letter addressed to the Board of Selectmen and Town Manager Scott Crabtree, J

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-22 20:34:12

Trivia 'Travaganza supports Saugus Public Schools

A North Shore Bank team won the eighth annual Trivia 'Travaganza at Kowloon - one of the major fundraisers sponsored by the Saugus Business Education Collaborative for the Saugus Public Schools. "It's all for fun and charity," said North Shore Bank employee Chris Pesce on behalf of the team, which n

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Crabtree announces annual Saugus Tree Lighting Ceremony and festivities

Town Manager Scott Crabtree submitted the following press release Town Manager Scott C. Crabtree is pleased to announce that one of the community's most beloved events, the annual Tree Lighting Ceremony and Festivities, is coming to town. Residents young and old are invited to Town Hall on Friday, D

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After losing by 16 votes, a Saugus candidate asks for a recount

SAUGUS - A sixth place finisher in the race for five seats on the Board of Selectmen is petitioning for the votes to be counted again on Monday. Corinne Riley trailed fifth place finisher Mark Mitchell by 16 votes in the Nov. 7 election and filed a petition for a recount Monday. Debra Panetta finish

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North End fire kills 2, leaves 12 homeless

Careless disposal of a cigarette sparked a three-alarm fire in a North End apartment building that killed two men and left 12 other people, including a baby, homeless for Thanksgiving, authorities said. One man died in a desperate attempt to flee the blaze by jumping from a window at the rear of the

BOSTON HERALD - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

What's Happening Around Elko

Tween Book & Movie nov.28 ELKO - Tweens! Books! Movies! All three are coming together at the Elko County Library for the Tween Book & Movie Club on Nov. 28 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Tweens (ages 10-13) will watch the film "My Side of the Mountain" and then enjoy a lively discussion about the film and the

ELKO DAILY FREE PRESS - 2017-11-22 17:27:00

Q & A with Bill Nisbet and Ann Nisbet of the Elko Community Concert Association

ELKO - Bill Nisbet is the president of the board for the Elko Community Concerts Association, and Ann Nisbet is the treasurer. They have been volunteering with the organization since the 1979 season. Bill grew up in Pomona, California, and played the B-flat clarinet when he was in school. He moved t

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