Articles from the February 3, 2023 edition

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Future Bulldogs

Area youngsters took the court to provide some halftime entertainment during the Bulldogs' basketball games versus the Wibaux Longhorns on January 27th in Ekalaka....

 
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Father-daughter dance this Friday

A father-daughter dance is set to take place this Friday, February 3rd at Carter County Event Center. The dance, first put on in December of 2019 by the Puptown Pioneers Homemakers Club, has become an annual event for area families. Those who attend...

 
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License your dog Feb. 8th in Ekalaka

Dog licenses for the 2023 calendar year are currently available at Ekalaka Town Office. Per town ordinance, all dogs within the town of Ekalaka are required to be licensed every year. Throughout the year, newly acquired dogs or new dogs in town...

 

Eight men sentenced for Garfield County wildlife violations

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks recently wrapped up a case involving multiple wildlife violations in Garfield County committed by a Jordan man, a South Carolina man and two of his sons, and four other...

 

Lawmakers hear testimony on bills that would fund $1.3 billion in water, sewer and other infrastructure projects

In the last 11 years, the city of Havre has had 255 water main breaks. The city's public works director, Dave Pederson, says 46 of those breaks happened in the last two years alone. "During main...

 

Jeanie Tauck

Funeral service for Jeanie Faye Tauck, 91, of Ekalaka will be at 11 a.m. on Friday, February 3 at Stevenson Funeral Home in Ekalaka with Bob Anderson officiating. Burial will follow at Beaver Lodge...

 

Carter County Public Health Corner

Returning to Carter Co. February 21 and February 22 is the Smiles Across Montana (SAM) team! This is a great opportunity to access local preventative dental care for school aged kids. It is open to all home, country, or public schooled students. Alre...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, when we were just little kids out on the ranch, far from town or neighbors, Grandpa, then a widower, lived out of state, made trips out to see us. Grandpa usually brought along a small paper or wooden wall-ha...

 

Cooking in the West

I will have been retired for one month this week, and somehow retirement is not working out like I thought it would. Perhaps the reason is that I retired from the only job where I actually received a salary. My bosses at my other jobs have not...

 

CARTER COUNTY COMMISSION PROCEEDINGS

1-17-2023 The Board of Carter County Commissioners met in regular session on Tuesday, January 17, 2023, in the Carter County Commission Board Meeting Room of the Carter County Courthouse at 214 Park Street in Ekalaka, Montana. Rod Tauck, Chairman;...

 

Legislative Report

1-28-23 January is quickly coming to a close! We capped off the week in Appropriations by passing out of committee several significant tax bills. A bill to increase the tax exemption on business...

 

Lady 'Dogs down Lady 'Horns

The Lady Bulldogs struggled early last Friday at home versus the Lady Longhorns from Wibaux, but came out strong in the third quarter and eventually went on to win, 52-34. CCHS was down 18-22 at...

 

'Dogs pick up conference win over Wibaux

In a half junior varsity game versus Wibaux at home on January 27th, the JV 'Dogs defeated the JV 'Horns by 10 points, 29-19. CCHS JV shot 4 of 12 (33 percent) on free throws, hit 5 three-pointers and...

 

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