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Articles from the January 20, 2023 edition

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Over 40 attend initial public meeting for Ekalaka Community Plan

Two representatives from High Plains Architects of Billings were at Carter County Museum in Ekalaka on Tuesday to discuss a community plan with over forty members of the public in attendance. A...

 

Monthly precipitation totals in Ekalaka since 2019

The bar graph at left shows precipitation totals for each month in Ekalaka over the last four years, as well as the all-time average precipitation for each month in Ekalaka since 1896 (shown in red)....

 

Ekalaka – A Montana east of the mountains outpost

A historical sign on the edge of town states Ekalaka was established in 1885 by a bison hunter who set out to erect an "edifice for the eradication of ennui." His wagon became stuck in the snow, and...

 

Catherine Rose Kennedy Whitney

Catherine Rose Kennedy Whitney, 97, slipped from this life January 8, 2023. Our family lost an amazing lady. She was the last of her generation. Catherine was born on her grandmother's ranch in...

 

Cooking in the West

This past weekend, I attended a natural cheese making workshop presented by Allison Cooley Agee, and the take-away for me is that cheese making is extremely labor intensive. There are so many steps and so many pitfalls to avoid that my cheeses would...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, it’s only a few days into the New Year and how fun to snuggle under a nice thick blanket in my quiet-time chair, looking forward to these silent moments with You, Lord, in the wee hours of a, so far,...

 

Legislative Report

1-13-23 Friday evening already, another busy week in the bag. I may have failed to mention last week, I carried 2 bills for the Department of Transportation. The first bill I presented to the Transpor...

 

Memories

I am going to continue on the old Ekalaka business places, people and locations. My next business on main street was the Pickard Market owned by Charles and Victoria Pickard. I am going to spend some...

 

'Dogs fall to Cougars

Fewer games were on the slate for CCHS basketball teams over the last week, with only games in Plevna on January 14. The Bulldog JV boys lost to Plevna 47-64. Two players finished the game with double-digit points for Blue; Preston Jensen and Kaleb...

 

Lady Bulldogs defeat Lady Cougars

The Lady Bulldogs won handily in Plevna on January 14, 58-11. CCHS jumped out to an early 13-point lead at the end of the first and outscored the Cougars in the second, 24-4. Eight Lady ‘Dogs scored in the game, led by Nasya O’Connor with 17....

 

Following the 2023 session?

When the Montana Legislature gaveled in two years ago, COVID-19 served as a major disruptor that added a layer of stickiness to an already complex — and occasionally opaque — process. But the pandemic also facilitated technological adaptations...

 

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