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Critical EMT shortage in Carter County

The ambulance service in Ekalaka has very few EMTs. They range in age from age twenty-four to 70+, and most have other full time jobs. Counting illness and medical leave, there are currently only...

 

Individuals file for county offices

On January 13, the period for filing for state and county offices opened. The filing period remains open through March 14 at 5 p.m. As of Monday, six individuals, four of whom are incumbents, have filed for a county office. County positions up for...

 

Locals on MSU fall honor rolls

Montana State University recently announced its undergraduate honor rolls for fall semester 2021. There are two MSU honor roll lists: the President’s List and the Dean’s List. To be eligible for the lists, students must be enrolled in at least...

 

Fort Keogh's long history continues

The Fort Keogh Military Reservation was established by the US Congress on July 22, 1876. According to the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) Agriculture Research Service, following the deaths of...

 

Go Bulldogs

Young fans have been showing Bulldog spirit and leading the crowd in cheers at recent CCHS basketball home games....

 

Nellie Mae (Berry) Davis

Nellie Mae Berry was born on April 26, 1934, the second of two daughters to William and Lilly Berry. She grew up in the Sheep Mountains of Carter County helping her parents on the ranch with the...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, what fun to dine with tiny tots: [not their real names], Ida, 18 months old and big brother, Evan, age 4, and their grandparents. Both tots are so cute and well mannered, fresh from heaven, curious, just...

 

Cooking in the West

Out here in the western agricultural world, there has never really been a need for the women's movement. Women have pitched in to make farms and ranches work since before barbed wire, and they didn't have to burn undergarments to gain respect....

 

JV 'Dogs continue to battle

The CCHS JV boys basketball team defeated Custer/Hysham’s JV 16-14 last Thursday. Chace Loehding had six points and 2 steals to lead the way for the Bulldogs. CCHS JV 2 4 8 16 Custer/Hysham JV 2 2 11 14 CCHS JV: Chace Loehding 6 pts, 3 trns, 2...

 

Bulldogs play 3 in a row at home

Last Thursday the CCHS Varsity Bulldogs battled the Custer/Hysham Rebels, but fell just short of a win, 40-47. CCHS shot 3 for 9 on free throws; the Rebels went 17 for 26. Jaden Pardee nearly had a...

 

Lady Bulldogs pick up conference wins

The CCHS Lady Bulldogs picked up a conference win over Custer/Hysham at home on January 20th. The girls got off to a slow start but slowly pulled away for a 16-point victory. Buckets were hard to...

 

JV girls go 3-0

Kendra Tooke lit up the scoreboard with 24 points during the CCHS girls’ JV victory over Custer/Hysham on January 20 at home. She was one of three Lady Bulldogs to finish the game with double-digit points. CCHD hit 6 three-pointers in the game and...

 

CARTER COUNTY COMMISSION PROCEEDINGS

01-13-2022 The Board of Carter County Commissioners met in regular session on Thursday, January 13, 2022, in the Carter County Commission Board Meeting Room of the Carter County Courthouse at 214 Park Street in Ekalaka, Montana. Rod Tauck, Vice...

 

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