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Park County Community Journal


A Livingston Montana newspaper dedicated to serving the
Park County Montana Community


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PCCJ Menu Guide 2017

The Best of Park County 2017

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Windy Way Rock Shop

The Pampered Chef

Stafford Animal Shelter

David Rust Carpet

Junke's Montana Junk and Antiques

Back Porch Quilts

American Automotive

United in Light Draft Horse Sanctuary

2nd annual Guns vs. Hoses Basketball Game

Guns & Hoses

Join the community for the 2nd Annual Guns & Hoses Basketball Proceeds to benefit the Livingston Recreation Department and Livingston Fire/Police Associations!
This is also the kickoff week to National Screen Free Week - look for other family friendly activities around town to support the effort to unplug from digital entertainment!
Game will feature Livingston Police Department versus Livingston FireFighters in a fun and epic battle to win bragging rights
and the traveling trophy.Game will be held at the Livingston Civic Center, doors open at 4:30PM and game tip's off at 5:00PM.
There will be concessions available, raffle opportunities, half court shot contest and more!
$5 per person over 3 and of course donation buckets to put your dollars voting for the team you think will take home the trophy!

Best of 2017

More highlights from this month's edition

Blue Slipper announces auditions for Sam Shepard’s “True West”

Article by Joyce JohnsonAuditions for Sam Shepard's "True West" will be held on April 24, 2018 at 7pm upstairs at The Blue Slipper Theatre.

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Tester Meets with Shields Valley High School Students

Yellowstone Forever

(U.S. Senate) – U.S. Senator Jon Tester met with students from Shields Valley High School while they were in Washington, D.C. with Close Up, an initiative that aims to connect students and government officials to foster civic engagement. The students asked Tester thoughtful questions about a wide range of issues, including college affordability, the economy, and how Tester feels about recently implemented tariffs. Tester, a former teacher and school board member, told the students about his path from Big Sandy to the United States Senate. He also encouraged them to stay engaged because they are Montana’s future leaders.

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February 1st, 2018 edition

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