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Articles from the January 22, 2021 edition

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Curtis Vernon Wilson

Rock Hill, South Carolina - Curtis Vernon Wilson passed away December 16, 2020 after a brief illness. He was surrounded by his family and received care from Piedmont Medical Center. Born in...

 

Montana moves to Phase 1B of vaccine distribution

HELENA, Mont. – On Tuesday, Governor Greg Gianforte announced that Montana would be moving into Phase 1B of the COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan. In Phase 1B, COVID-19 vaccines are available to Montanans 70 years of age and older, 16 to 69 years...

 

Mayor's notes

Dear Town of Ekalaka & Residents of Carter County, I was sitting here pondering what to say as we begin 2021. The first word that came to my mind about our community is resilient. I have lived in Ekalaka for over 50 years, and it always touches me...

 

Cooking in the West

With our economy reeling from shutdowns, it is suddenly fashionable and necessary to be frugal. I grew up frugal, because my parents were 40 years old when they got around to having me, so they were children during the Great Depression. We rinsed...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, some names that new babes are given makes one wonder, how on earth did the parents come up with that name. Did they ever even think to check the meaning of the name? It’s been said that even if unknown,...

 

Letter to the editor

This letter comes from the need for us to speak the truth about the issues surrounding public health in Carter County and the impact this has on our community. Historically, Dahl Memorial Healthcare Association has been synonymous with public...

 
 Events   

Start-up business training

Eastern Plains Economic Development Corporation and the Miles City Small Business Development Center are hosting a free online training on January 27th from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. This training is designed for individuals looking to start a business. The...

 

Montana House of Representatives pass 'permitless carry' bill

HELENA- The Montana House of Representatives voted 66-31 recently to pass House Bill 102 by Representative Seth Berglee (R-Joliet). House Bill 102 removes state barriers to individuals exercising their constitutional right to carry a firearm for...

 

Junior Ag Loans available through Montana Department of Agriculture

Montana youth ages 21 and under may be eligible for up to $8,500 in loan financing through the Montana Department of Agriculture’s (MDA) Junior Agriculture Loan Program. “With the average age of farmers and ranchers being nearly 60 years old,...

 

Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame postpones annual induction ceremony until August

The Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame & Western Heritage Center (MCHF & WHC) has postponed its 2020 Inductee Recognition Ceremony & Western Heritage Gathering, normally held in early February each year, to Saturday, August 14, 2021. “Due to local...

 

Legislative update

Hello from Helena and welcome to what I plan on being a weekly update on our legislative activity. This week will actually cover the 1st two weeks beginning on January 4th with swearing in of all 100...

 

Ready to move

Staff at Dahl Memorial Healthcare took residents of the long-term care facility on a tour of the new building project last Friday. The project is scheduled to be completed later this year. Residents...

 

JV boys win at Plevna

On Saturday the CCHS boys JV basketball team traveled to Plevna to take on the Cougars. No varsity game was played as Plevna is playing a JV only schedule this year, so the varsity boys had the...

 

Lady Bulldogs defeat Lady Cougars

The CCHS girls' JV squad played a half game against the Cougars in Plevna on Saturday. Four players scored for the Lady Bulldogs on their way to victory. The girls went only 3 for 10 on free throws....

 

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