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A new program for future students at Carter County's Hammond and Hawks Home rural schools began recently, which prepares pre-school aged youth for the rigors of a structured educational system. The...

Seasonal needle drop

Every fall, people look forward to the fall colors as deciduous tree leaves change colors and drop in preparation of winter. We expect the leaves of deciduous trees to change colors. What many people are unaware of, though, is that most conifers...

Town of Ekalaka mail ballot election

This year’s General Municipal Election for the Town of Ekalaka will be a mail ballot election. On Thursday, October 19, 2017 the Carter County Clerk and Recorder’s Office will be mailing ballots to all registered active voters who reside within...

Most hunters find ample opportunities to harvest antelope

Most of the hunters who came through Region 7 check stations Sunday after the opening of general antelope season found ample opportunities to harvest animals. Upland game bird hunters had a little more difficulty finding quarry, but that was...

CCHS defeats NCTS

On Friday October 13, CCHS volleyball played Northern Cheyenne at home. The Bulldogs managed to start off strong, taking the first set, 25-9. In the second set, head coach Michelle Tooke got some...

Young Bulldogs take the court

Carter County Bulldogs have been busy recently with junior high basketball starting last Monday. Games have already taken place in Ekalaka and Terry. On October 12, the boys and girls played Wibaux...

Dogs down Comets

CCHS won their first football game of the season last Saturday in Alexander, ND. It was the Comets homecoming game, CCHS spoiled it. CCHS scored early and often. Early in the second quarter they secured a running clock. At that time, the...

Junior high volleyball season ends

The Junior High Volleyball played Broadus on September 29. The B Team won the match. 25-21, 18-25, 15-10. Kendall Kittelmann was the top server for the match. The A Team played well and won the match. 25-11, 25-9, 16-14. The top servers were Katy...

Letter to the editor

Dear Editor: I am writing in response to Del Dague’s NFL letter of September 29th. Del Dague you were spot on about the NFL. 23 years ago I was offered a flying job here in the state of Washington; a job that I could not refuse. So, that’s when...

Special Dahl member meeting to be held October 24

Dahl Memorial will be holding a special bylaw election meeting for all Dahl Memorial members, October 24, at 6 p.m. The meeting will be held at Carter County Events Center. Attending members will...

Beaver Creek Rendezvous this weekend

Beaver Creek Rendezvous will open up this weekend to a group of physically challenged hunters for deer season. Hunters will begin sighting in their rifles Friday in anticipation of the season opening on Saturday. Sunday, October 22 there will be a...

LaFollette benefit slated for November 3

A free will donation supper with a silent auction will be held at the Parish Hall, November 3, from 5-7 p.m. All the proceeds will benefit the family of Quentin LaFollette, infant son of Leah and Scott LaFollette of Ekalaka, MT. Quentin has gone...

Stand up for cancer

This Saturday, beginning at 10:00 a.m., area residents are invited to participate in a 5k cancer walk in Camp Crook, SD. Participants may walk, bike, or run their 5k, which will start at the Camp Crook Area Community Center. The event was organized...

Bright Ideas

This year we were lucky to harvest plenty of tomatoes to eat, freeze, and share. We had enough apples to can applesauce and make a pie and crumble. Brice still picks the occasional apple off the tree. A small pepper crop turns colors in our house;...

Collection Corner

Last Wednesday, October 11, was National Fossil Day, and the Carter County Museum celebrated by inviting classes from Carter County High School. Students from the math, science, and agriculture...

Hat Tips

Hello, I’m tired of warnings. I mean I am really tired of warnings. The seat belt warning comes on every time I get in the pickup. I do fasten my seat belt. I don’t need a warning. The stove warns me when the burner is hot. I learned as a child...

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