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Opheim Veterans Day Program

Due to issues with the Opheim School gymnasium, the Opheim Veterans Day Program will be held at the Opheim Community Church, starting at 11 a.m., on Veterans Day, Nov. 11. Pastor Owen Childers will be the guest speaker and special music will be... Full story

 By Janet Bailey    News    May 30, 2018

Opheim Memorializes Those Lost

The 2018 Opheim Memorial Day program was held on May 28, at the Opheim School gymnasium under the direction of the Charles Carrignan Legion Post #122. Nina Walstad played several patriotic songs on the piano. Legion member Virgil Nelson welcomed...


Opheim Sports

Opheim played three games against Frontier on Nov. 13. Opheim co-ed jamboree lost 6-30 with Dylon Allestad scoring three points, Rylee Nelson scoring two points, and Charlie Kaasa scoring one point. Opheim junior high girls lost 24-25 with Carrie... Full story

 By Janet Bailey    Sports    June 29, 2016

Bud Geer Honored at Opheim Rodeo

The Opheim Rodeo was held June 26, following a parade down Main Street. The event started with a presentation of flags by Tanner Solberg and Russell Solberg on horseback. After the playing of Johnny...

 By Janet Bailey    Opinion    April 22, 2015

What To Take To Bed With You

Put your car keys beside your bed at night. Tell your spouse, your children, your neighbors, your parents, your doctor's office, the check-out girl at the market, everyone you run across. Put your car keys beside your bed at night. If you hear a...

 By Janet Bailey    Sports    April 1, 2015

Opheim Rodeo Set For June 28

The Opheim Rodeo Club met at the Mint Bar on Monday, March 2, and decided to have the annual rodeo at 1 p.m. Sunday, June 28. This year the rodeo will be dedicated to all of the men and women of the armed forces. The Glasgow VFW will present the... Full story

 By Janet Bailey    Sports    April 1, 2015

Special Olympian Donnie B Qualifies

Montana Special Olympics athletes put their mark on the lives of so many who celebrate their achievements, witness their joy and share in their inspiration. Keeping with this spirit is the 2015 Norbie Challenge – where athletes will have an...


Here's To The Power Rangers

In Opheim, we have had more than our share of fog in the last several months. In the summer it is OK as it usually means that we will get moisture in 90 days, so we put up with it. In the winter,... Full story

 By Janet Bailey    News    December 10, 2014

Peerless Boy Helps Others With Book Charity

Eight-year-old Opheim third-grader Aiden Fouhy and his mother, Cindy Fouhy, flew to Billings on Friday so that Aiden could fulfill his dream of helping others through his book charity. This was... Full story


Wind Storm Causes Widespread Damage In Valley County

The National Weather Service in Glasgow had a busy day last week as warnings were issued for a storm that ended up moving rapidly through Valley County. The weather service reported that it was a...

 By Janet Bailey    Sports    May 21, 2014

Bailey, Fauth Bring Home Ribbons At Special Olympics In Billings

Donnie Bailey and Steve Fauth competed at the State Special Olympics Games in Billings. On Wednesday morning they bowled at 8 a.m. Steve got a fourth place ribbon in his division and Donnie got a...

 By Janet Bailey    News    February 5, 2014

Welcome To The Big T-Rex State

Motorists driving into Montana from Canada, 10 miles north of Opheim, will be greeted by a brand new highway sign in the spring. The old signs welcoming visitors to Montana, which feature a big blue...


Another Big Loss May End Opheim

I guess it is inevitable that we are going to lose our small town of Opheim in the near future.  I was born in Opheim and have lived here most of my life and I am not in favor of losing what we have. As our school grew smaller, due to people moving... Full story

 By Janet Bailey    News    October 9, 2013

Opheim Sports

The Opheim School’s athletic co-op agreement with Scobey will terminate at the end of this school year. The big question for the Opheim area is whether they want to enter into another three-year agreement with Scobey and, if so, which sports? This...

 By Janet Bailey    Sports    July 10, 2013

On The Border Of Tourney

The Cal Ripken Border League Baseball Tournament will be held in Scobey at Lions Field on Friday, July 12, through Sunday, July 14. The Opheim Twins (0-8) will play the Scobey Red Sox, the league... Full story

 By Janet Bailey    Sports    June 26, 2013

Twin Losses For Opheim Twins

The Opheim Little League Twins played the Scobey Red Sox last week. The final score was 8-4 in favor of the Red Sox. In the first, Scobey scored two runs. In the second, each team scored one run. In... Full story

 By Janet Bailey    Sports    June 5, 2013

Opheim Hosts First Game

The Opheim Little League Twins played their first home game last Tuesday against the Scobey White Sox. The Twins lost 9-1. Adler Morgan pitched four innings for the Twins and Haylee Fauth pitched...

 By Janet Bailey    Sports    May 1, 2013

Vikings Sail To Wolf Point

The high-school track team competed in the Porcupine Invitational in Wolf Point on Saturday. Emalee Fry placed fourth in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 20.2 seconds. She also competed in the long jump. Ashley Carroll competed in the long jump,...


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