A Belgrade mother  under the supervision of probation and parole was charged with possession of dangerous drugs after a caller expressed concern for the welfare of the woman’s small children last week.

CHURCHILL — Jeff Bellach opted to switched up the starting lineup on senior-parent night Friday and acknowledged it likely contributed to a slow start for Manhattan Christian.

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With the final seconds ticking off the clock in regulation, Belgrade’s Tate Bowler spotted up several feet behind the arc and launched a deep 3-pointer.

Springtime is approaching and spring cleaning usually accompanies its arrival and beginning in March 2020, the Town of Manhattan is initiating a “Town of Manhattan Street Clean Up Campaign.” 

Editor’s note: The following was a packet item for the Nov. 18 Belgrade City Council meeting. The piece explains the history and current affairs between the City of Belgrade and Central Valley Fire District. I opted to print it for the second time in its entirety. It’s important. Please read it.

Traditionally the City of Belgrade and the areas surrounding the city have acted in conjunction with one another to form one fire department – Central Valley Fire District. With the tremendous population growth in the City of Belgrade, state law will require the formation of a City Fire Depa…

James A. Weaver “Jim”, born January 29th, 1932 passed peacefully into the Kingdom of Heaven on January 28th, 2020, one day before his 88th birthday. On Saturday, friends and family gathered together to celebrate his birthday at a party he had planned. It was a special day.

Judith Ann Mahaney, 79, of Belgrade passed away Friday, January 24, 2020. She was born September 28, 1940 in Centralia, Illinois to Raymond and Annabelle (Pass) Hendrix.

James “Jim” G. Satake passed away Wednesday afternoon, January 15, 2020. His 90th birthday would have been in February. Jim was born to Sichiro and Fudeo Satake on February 19, 1930, in Harlowton, Montana. He was the 9th of 10 children. A proud Harlo Engineer, Jim earned the right to play in…