A violent scuffle over a cell phone ended with a 35-year-old Belgrade man jailed for partner or family member assault last week.

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A physical fight between a 41-year-old Belgrade man and his girlfriend resulted in the man’s arrest for partner or family member assault after a brawl between the parties late Friday night.

In February Coltin Siphakis and Forrest Fairbanks became the first-ever state placers for Manhattan’s third-year wrestling program. Now, Siphakis is its first-ever to earn a college scholarship.

Kaitlyn Kanuch was on the verge of giving up. But with some encouragement from her mother, and an unexpected recommendation from a former teammate, her volleyball career will extend into college.

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A little over a year ago Gabby Weber was in Billings with her family for a doctor’s appointment to have stitches removed from surgery three weeks earlier. Afterwards, they decided to stick around and watch the University of Montana-Western compete in the semifinals of the NAIA National Tourn…

Despite competing in just eight games, Belgrade’s Gabby Weber recently earned second team all-conference honors in the Eastern AA this past season. She was the lone Panther — girl or boy —to receive all-conference accolades.

Manhattan Christian’s boys were a prolific three-point shooting team this past season and set a handful of all-class state records in the process.

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The Belgrade Bandits were slated to begin practice this week. But, like every other sports team, the season is in limbo as the country battles the coronavirus outbreak.

Micaiah Hauser has always planned to remain within the borders on Montana following graduation. He made sure that will happen Wednesday.

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BRENNER — Donald Brenner, 92, of Manhattan passed away Mon, March 23.  Graveside Services will webcast Sun, March 29, 2 P.M.  For more information on how to link with the webcast go to www.dokkennelson.com and refer to his obituary.

Ronald J. Ringlein (Ron) died at his home on February 25, 2020, after his battle with cancer. During his illness, Ron enjoyed the many phone calls of encouragement he received from his Spalding classmates and hunting buddies.

Richard “Rich” Earl Townsend of Three Forks died on Feb. 24, 2020. He was born in Whitehall, MT, on December 23, 1943, to Earl and Inez Townsend of Harrison, MT. Rich joined a sister, Gail, and brother, Max. The family moved to Trident, MT, in 1948 where Rich became a “Trident kid”. He atten…