Articles from the February 2, 2024 edition

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Self defense

Dickinson, North Dakota Detective and Carter County native Kylan Klauzer was in Ekalaka on January 27th to teach a women's self defense class at St. Joan or Arc Parish Hall. Klauzer has over 18 years...

 

Last man standing

submitted by Julie Rehbein courtesy of The Roundup Fritz Rehbein is the thirteenth child from a family of 15, born in Lane, MT, Jan. 27, 1929. His parents are Alfred and Agnes Rehbein. Fritz's twin...

 
 By Mark Watson    Local    February 2, 2024

Pioneer upgrades press plate technology

Editor's note: The Ekalaka Eagle has been printed at the Black Hills Pioneer in Spearfish, South Dakota since May, 2023. Late last week, the Pioneer started using upgraded plate technology. This...

 

January cold snap fuels Montana's coal power debate

The record-breaking cold snap Montana saw this month brought days of below-zero temperatures across the state - and with them what major Montana utility NorthWestern Energy said was record-high...

 

Baby Lund

Emery Grace Lund was born January 16, 2024 at Glendive Medical Center to Angus and Briley Lund. Emery was 6 pounds 5 ounces and 19 inches long. Paternal grandparents are Steve and Melanie Lund of...

 

JV boys down Plevna

The JV Bulldogs lost to the Class B Baker Spartans on January 23rd at Baker. Blue shot 3 of 12 on free throws. Ethan Mellon was the top-scorer for CCHS with 7 points. Cru Schwartz led Baker with 8. CCHS JV 14 18 24 30 Baker JV 11 28 43 51 CCHS JV:...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, ‘Twas fun checking February Calendar pages, seeing who had birthdays and who got married. We ‘knew’ one child who’d been born on Valentine’s Day! Neither of us knew anyone who claimed the 8th, 15t...

 

Cooking in the West

I just love those helpful hint columns, books, and posts full of tips on how to remove every stain known to man or cure anything from warts to arthritis with a home remedy. Sometimes though, I have to question the effectiveness and efficiency of the...

 
 By Karen Odell    Voices    February 2, 2024

CAPITOLETTER

January 29, 2024 We enjoyed the warmer week at Capitol and on Tie Creek. The snow began melting, and by Sunday, most of the snow was gone. Each day was a little icy, until it warmed up. Even with the warmer air, some days still produced a cold wind....

 

Montana's public lands should be run by Montanans, not D.C.

As a fifth-generation Montanan, I have fond memories with my Grandpa Daines of learning how to fish and hunt north of Big Timber, and my goal is to pass these traditions on to my own children and grandchildren. There is no better way to...

 

Farm Bureau members share thoughts on national convention

Thirty-five Montana Farm Bureau members experienced the venerable 105th American Farm Bureau Convention January 19-24 in Salt Lake City. During the meeting of the country's largest agricultural...

 

'Dogs lose tight game vs. Hawks

The varsity Bulldogs lost to the Baker Spartans, 36-63, on January 23rd in Baker. The 'Dogs shot 8 of 16 from the free throw line; Baker went 7 of 10. Spartan Cooper O'Connor was the games top scorer...

 

Lady Bulldogs defeat Lady Cougars

The Lady Bulldogs lost to the Lady Spartans on January 23rd in Baker, 19-70. Keli Melton led CCHS with seven points; Madison O'Connor led Baker with 27. CCHS 7 15 17 19 Baker 29 43 59 70 CCHS: Keli...

 

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