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Best in snow

Through Tuesday, Ekalaka had received 54.2" of snowfall this winter. The average for the area over an entire winter is 44.0". That average will be going up after this year. The most snowfall ever... Full story

 

Carter County 4-H Shooting Sports aims high

Carter County 4-H Shooting Sports is a safe, fun and challenging activity that can become a lifelong passion to be shared with the entire family. The safe and responsible use of firearms and archery...

 

Trustee openings for local school districts

While the federal primary election calendar has been opened, so have local school elections. Trustee candidates are being allowed to file for election in the respective school districts for which they reside. Last week Joy Price was incorrectly liste...

 

District 4C champs

The CCHS Lady Bulldogs defeated Terry 62-49 on Monday night in Ekalaka, winning the District 4C regular season title and securing their spot as the number one seed at tournament this week in Miles...

 

District school board elections

School elections are slated for May, 2018. Individuals interested in serving on the school board may file for positions that are up for election. Petitions for Election for Carter County High School or School District #15 positions can be obtained...

 

Carter Charter changes

The transportation board recently made changes to suggested donations for riding the Carter Charter. In addition to these changes, the board would also like to remind riders to call dispatcher Billie Elmore as soon as they plan a ride. Elmore can be...

 

PART II-B

by Sherry Farwell, Ned Summers & Marguerite Goeders Rozelle THE HOMESTEADER HISTORY OF THE SYKES-BELLTOWER "SURVIVORS"... Full story

 

45 attend meeting at Ekalaka Elementary

Ekalaka Public Schools Superintendent Daniel Schrock said that forty-five people attended the district's community cross-over event last weekend at the grade school. Those people, including students,...

 

Fight with Bulldog Power event successful

Carter County High School gymnasium was alive with color on Saturday, February 3, as Bulldog fans dressed to show their support for cancer research. The William C. Rowley Chapter of National Honor Society sponsored their annual “Fight with Bulldog...

 

DOR office to close

Carter County Commissioners recently received word that the Montana Department of Revenue (DOR) will be closing their office located inside Carter County Courthouse. A letter from the DOR to the commissioners received at the end of January states:...

 

VFW Auxiliary coloring contest

Members of the VFW Auxiliary to Post 7885 recently sent out coloring contest sheets to students around the county in grades K-3. The picture for the contest depicts praying hands underneath the American Flag. In order to be eligible to win the...

 

Just stopping by

Last weekend, U.S. Senator Steve Daines toured Eastern Montana to discuss the impacts of tax cuts, more jobs, and bigger paychecks for Montanans across the state. Daines met with local elected...

 

Sykes-Belltower history continued (1909-1939)

by Sherry Farwell, Ned Summers & Marguerite Goeders Rozelle GENERAL POPULATING AND DEPOPULATING FORCES...

 

Tooke appointed

Governor Steve Bullock recently announced the appointment of Ryan Tooke, Forsyth, to the Board of Nursing Home Administrators. Tooke, the CEO of Rosebud Healthcare Center, is a 1991 CCHS graduate and the son of Garth and Myrna Too...

 

Have filed for office

Following is a list of individuals who have filed for local county elected offices for the current election year: County Commissioner District #3 - Mike Watkins, Republican; William Walker, Republican County Treasurer/Assessor - Jesi Strub,...

 

Student starts final rotation at Southwest Healthcare Services

BOWMAN, N.D. − Alex Loudermilk will be a familiar face at Southwest Healthcare Services in Bowman until mid-April when she finishes her clinical rotation. The Ekalaka native is in the final...

 

Help set goals for Ekalaka Public Schools

In an effort to bring thoughts, concerns, and needs of the school community to the forefront at Ekalaka Public Schools, superintendent Daniel Schrock and school board trustees have scheduled a community cross-over activity for next Saturday....

 

Carter County 4-H/ FFA beef weigh-ins

Fourteen Carter County 4-H and FFA youth members weighed in market steers on December 27th at the Ekalaka scale. All of the youth members choose their market steers from ranches located in Carter...

 

PUPS awards

First and second quarter Positive Upstanding Polite Students (PUPS) awards were given to deserving students last Friday at Ekalaka Elementary. In addition to PUPS awards, students received honors for...

 

Beaver Lodge Cemetery 2017 report

The Beaver Lodge Cemetery, for unknown reasons, again faces the loss of quite a few cedar trees within the cemetery. A number of them have been removed and more are in the process of dying. Members...

 

MSU students named to fall honor roll

Montana State University Bozeman recently announced its undergraduate honor rolls for the fall semester of 2017. There are two MSU honor roll lists: the President’s and the Dean’s Honor Roll. Students must complete a minimum of 12 credit hours...

 

New pool finances

New Pool Finances as of January 11, 2018: New Pool Committee Funds $107,872.43 Town of Ekalaka New Pool Funds $64,244.44 Lions Club has obligated $11,945.20 Meadowlark Club has obligated $12,003.06... Full story

 

Option #6

In January 2017, Carter County hired Slate Architecture to complete a Preliminary Architectural Report (PAR) to assess the needs and evaluate options for Dahl Memorial Hospital to meet future health c... Full story

 

Youth tour winner

In June 2018, Lillianna Hanson will embark on a trip of a lifetime. It may sound like a cliché' but it truly is an opportunity that our youth should be taking advantage of. Students were asked to...

 

2018 election season underway

The 2018 election season officially kicks off with the opening of candidate filing on Thursday, January 11, 2018 at 8:00 a.m. Several county positions will be on the ballot. Interested individuals may file Declaration for Nomination at the Clerk and...

 

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