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  • Ancient skull

    Brad Mosher,|Updated Jul 7, 2022

    A new resident of Fallon County was found recently – after being missing for millions of years – but unlike the popular Jurassic Park movie franchise, this dinosaur from the distant past is from the Cretaceous Period. And, unlike the latest Hollywood movie, it will not be rampaging through the county. The fossilized remains of a Triceratops skull were discovered in June by a visiting group of students and scholars in a local geological formation. According to Devin Sch...

  • Denbury creating long-term future with regional pipeline

    Brad Mosher, Fallon County Times|Updated Apr 27, 2022 Denbury celebrated the activation of its Cedar Creek Anticline pipeline recently in the Red River Conference Room inside the Baker facility on Shell Oil Road, even though it had started two months earlier. The CCA pipeline is designed to be able to move barrels of oil, but now it may able help produce another 400 million barrels in the future. The president and CEO of the Texas-based company, Chris Kendall, was one of the speakers at a meeting...

  • New extension agent has local ties

    Brad Mosher, Fallon County Times|Updated Jul 1, 2021

    There is a new extension agent in town. Amanda Williams comes to the area with a familiarity for the region she is now serving. Williams grew up in Miles City and spent a lot of time on the family ranch near Ekalaka. The graduate of Montana State University-Bozeman, started work as the new extension agent for Fallon and Carter counties on June 21 after working for the past six years at the US Department of Agriculture Fort Keogh facility in Miles City. Fort Keogh is a 55,000...

  • Insurance Store in Baker moving across street

    Brad Mosher, Fallon County Times|Updated Apr 9, 2020

    It was a case of going.... going...gone. Wells Fargo closed the branch in Baker months ago. The bank's Automated Teller Machine (ATM) near the Main Street door was left behind. Until last week when Wells Fargo decided to remove it. Then both the exterior signs and the ATM were removed by contractors last Tuesday, according to the new owner of the building. According to Jade Boggs, the new owner of the building, he will soon be moving his Insurance Store from across the street...

  • Town of Ismay approves temporary post office in community center

    Brad Mosher, Fallon County Times|Updated Jan 30, 2020

    The town of Ismay has approved plans to put temporary postal boxes in the town’s community center. At a meeting Jan. 20 in the Joe Montana Community Center, the mayor and town officials approved the plans which could allow partial postal service to return to the community about a month after its local post office burned to the ground. Since the fire destroyed the post office in early January, residents have had to travel to the closest post office in Plevna, approximately a 20-mile drive each way. The owners of the b...