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Articles from the January 26, 2018 edition

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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....

 
 Events   

Valentine banquet February 8th

Everyone is invited to attend a Valentine banquet at Ekalaka Bible Church on Thursday, February 8th at 6:00 pm. A meal will be served, there will be a few games to play, and door prizes will be given away. The nursery room will be available for...

 

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...

 

Governor Bullock protects net neutrality in Montana

MONTANA – On Monday, Governor Steve Bullock signed an executive order to protect net neutrality in Montana by requiring that successful recipients of state contracts adhere to internet neutrality...

 

T. Boyne Gundlach

Funeral Mass for T. Boyne Gundlach, 87, of Ekalaka, will be 11:00 a.m., Saturday, January 27, 2018 at Stevenson Funeral Home, Ekalaka, MT with Father Phillip Chinnappan celebrating. Burial will...

 

Roger Singer

Funeral Services for Roger Singer, 74, of Baker were held January 19, 2018 at Stevenson Funeral Home in Baker with Pastor Scott Kiehn officiating. Military rites were by the American Legion Post #60...

 

Letter to the editor

Editor, Small businesses can use all the help they can get, most especially representatives in Washington who stand up for them and represent their interests. Montana’s small businesses are lucky that they have such champions in Senator Tester &...

 

Letter to the editor

One of the things that I appreciate about The Ekalaka Eagle is that full obituaries are published. This helps me identify people that I knew over 50 years ago. Tom Waterland’s obituary in the January 12 issue is an example. Tom worked for my dad,...

 

Letter to the editor

Eric, As I read the Eagle I see Lois Lambert is not writing her article anymore. I will miss it. Every week it was a joy to read. I was able to visit Lois at the Days of ‘85 and I am thankful for that. It is always good to see Brice and to know...

 

That time Montana hit 70 below ... and maybe colder

Snow had been falling almost continuously for a week, and it was very cold. The temperature had only risen to minus 18 degrees. Finally, late in the day, the snow and wind stopped, skies cleared...

 

Letter to the editor

I wish to take this opportunity to do two things. First, I would like to announce that I have filed for the republican nomination for the office of Carter County Commissioner, District 3. Along with this, I wanted to take this opportunity, for those...

 
 By Dean Meyer    Voices    January 26, 2018

HAT TIPS

Hello, I’ve told you I’m not a real big football fan. I do enjoy the playoffs. It was fun seeing the Jaguars put forth a great effort against the New England Referees. And that’s all I’m going to say about that because I don’t want to...

 

Lady Dawgs win another

A strong second quarter helped the Lady Bulldogs get the win over Melstone last Thursday in Ekalaka. They outscored Melstone by nine in the quarter, and eventually won by a total of 11. CCHS lost the...

 

Boys lose to Melstone

CCHS boys basketball had a couple tough outings against powerhouse Melstone last Thursday in Ekalaka. In a shortened half-game of JV basketball, the boys were down only five at the half. However, in...

 

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...

 

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