Articles from the October 26, 2023 edition


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  • A bountiful sugar beet harvest (VIDEO)

    Randy Olson|Oct 26, 2023

    When a resident of the Bonanza Valley area thinks of sugar beets, it's common to think of a crop planted in the spring and harvested in the fall. The random, near football-sized beets that can sometimes spill from a semi load while traveling from the field to the pile in October is a reminder that sugar beets are a big part of the local agriculture community. A key feature of sugar beets is one that is not readily known: they are a biennial crop, or one that completes their growing cycle across...

  • Bonanza Valley Royal Strutters 19th annual fall banquet and Gun Blast is Saturday

    Randy Olson|Oct 26, 2023

    You're invited to the upcoming Bonanza Valley Royal Strutters fall banquet and Gun Blast at the Padua Pub on Saturday, October 28. Doors open at 5 p.m. for social hour, and the dinner will be served at 7 o'clock. Questions? Send an email to BVRS.nwtf@gmail.com. The Bonanza Valley Royal Strutters is one of our premier conservation and gun safety and gun advocacy organizations. Its members are also key supporters of B-B-E high school's Clay Trapshooting team....

  • Oregon slides further into the abyss of idiocy (OPINION)

    Randy Olson|Oct 26, 2023

    The state of Oregon is concerned that school is too difficult for students, so in a boneheaded move, the powers-that-be in that state decided that knowing how to read, how to write or how to do basic math is not something they need to prove in order to earn a high school diploma. The Oregon Board of Education unanimously voted to wait until at least 2028 before they could resume implementation of the idea that an 18-year old should prove that they received a basic level of education before...

  • B-B-E volleyball advances to subsection finals (VIDEO)

    Randy Olson|Oct 26, 2023

    Note: this web article was updated on Monday, October 30. The Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa volleyball team survived a stiff challenge from Brandon-Evansville before winning a 3-2 match on Friday, October 27 in the Sub-Section 6A-South semifinals. The Jaguars held a 2-1 advantage in sets before the Chargers picked up a 25-19 win in the fourth set. B-B-E came out strong in game five and recovered from an early 3-1 deficit to win 15-7 and take the match. Next: the No. 13-ranked Jaguars (22-5-1) travel...

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