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Articles from the February 2, 2018 edition

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Sykes-Belltower history continued (1909-1939)

by Sherry Farwell, Ned Summers & Marguerite Goeders Rozelle GENERAL POPULATING AND DEPOPULATING FORCES...

 

Tooke appointed

Governor Steve Bullock recently announced the appointment of Ryan Tooke, Forsyth, to the Board of Nursing Home Administrators. Tooke, the CEO of Rosebud Healthcare Center, is a 1991 CCHS graduate and the son of Garth and Myrna Too...

 

Have filed for office

Following is a list of individuals who have filed for local county elected offices for the current election year: County Commissioner District #3 - Mike Watkins, Republican; William Walker, Republican County Treasurer/Assessor - Jesi Strub,...

 
 Events   

Fight with Bulldog Power February 3

Saturday, February 3, will be the Fight with Bulldog Power Cancer Awareness Event, as the Bulldog basketball teams host the Wibaux Longhorns. Games start at 2:00 p.m. This year, the William C. Rowley Chapter of National Honor Society will be...

 

Letter to the editor

To the editor, In regard to Gov. Bullock's mandate for net neutrality in Montana, I would like to give an example of what net neutrality does. If I were to go to a dealership, to buy a new pickup, and told the salesperson "I want one with A/C,...

 

Letter to the editor

Dear Editor, I just want to extend a personal invitation to you and the community to join Powder River Carter County Farm Bureau (PRCCFB) for our valentine family dinner and jam session. It will be a fun filled evening for all, with door prizes for...

 

Carl "Henry" Logar

Funeral services for Carl “Henry” Logar, 83, were held Dec. 20, 2017 at the Trinity Baptist Church in Douglas, Wyo. with Pastor Fred Dyer officiating. Interment followed at the Douglas Park Cemetery. Henry Logar passed away on Dec. 15, 2017, at...

 

Bright Ideas

I took off the month of January to deal with health issues, but they weren’t touched in January! On the scheduled date to aim radiation at the nerve in my right jaw, there was horizontal snow and ice to fight through. The bad roads extended all...

 
 By Bill Lavell    Voices    February 2, 2018

A tribute to Tootie Boggs

I was saddened to read in the Eagle about the passing of Tootie Boggs. My brother Charles had already told me about her when he saw it online in the Miles City Star. Tootie was a real friend and fixture in the lives of all of the Lavell children....

 

Collection Corner

I've been pleasantly surprised with the enthusiastic feedback the museum has received after posting February taxidermy workshops. Since I moved to Ekalaka last March, many of you have come to me with...

 
 By Dean Meyer    Voices    February 2, 2018

Hat Tips

Hello, I’ve a good friend who has lots of stories. They are stories about cows, cowboys, and old pickup trucks. Remember the Peanuts cartoon when Snoopy is writing a book. It always starts out “It was a dark and stormy night..” My friend’s...

 

Dogs lose at home

In a shortened half of basketball, the CCHS boys JV squad took down Jordan last Friday. Four out of five CCHS players scored in the contest. The team committed 16 turnovers and shot 4 of 6 on free...

 

Lady Bulldogs down Mustangs

The CCHS Lady Bulldogs had no problem taking down the Jordan Mustangs last Friday in Ekalaka. The girls had a 15 point lead by the end of the first quarter. The lead was 22 by the end of the game,...

 

Bulldog prospects

Spectators at the CCHS basketball games last Friday in Ekalaka got a little extra entertainment for their dollar as elementary students took the court during halftime of both varsity contests. At...

 

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