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 By Gwen Schultz    Local    February 7, 2020

Geological Society Founder Spotlight

Note: This article is the second in a series about the founders of the Carter County Geological Society and museum. The museum will host a meeting at 7 p.m. on the first Thursday of each month...

 

Northern Pulse Growers Association elects McCabe as secretary

Matt McCabe was elected as NPGA Secretary by the Northern Pulse Growers Association board of directors January 28, 2020. McCabe graduated from MSU with a crop science degree and has been farming and involved in the industry since 2013. McCabe is...

 
 Events   

Fight with Bulldog Power February 8

Saturday, February 8 will be the Fight with Bulldog Power Cancer Awareness Event, as Bulldog basketball teams host the Wibaux Longhorns. Games start at 1 p.m. This year, CCHS will again be honoring...

 

Explore Earth and space science at CCM

This spring, Carter County Museum will host a series of Earth and space activities for local children. First, a story hour at Ekalaka Public Library featuring age appropriate activities for kids will...

 

Q's Health News

February is American Heart Month! Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. Every year, the deaths of 1 in 4 men and women are caused by heart disease. The term "heart...

 

Lesh baby

Rhett Halvard Lesh was born to proud parents Riley Lesh and Karli Jo Northrop on December 7, 2019. Rhett was born weighing 6 pounds 12 ounces and measuring 20.5 inches long. Rhett joins excited big...

 

Cooking in the West

As the poets and pickers headed home from the National Cowboy Poetry Gathering in Elko Nevada this past week, I was sent a poem perfectly timed to the upcoming calving season. Trent Nelson is a cowboy poet who was born and raised in northeastern...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: Horses were the means of transportation 80 years ago. A family with four girls had a big white horse named Daisy. These little girls loved all of their farm animals but especially Daisy as she was their means to get to the...

 

MHS accepting applications for Centennial Farm and Ranch properties

The Montana Historical Society (MHS) is now accepting applications for the Centennial Farm and Ranch program. New inductees will receive a framed certificate signed by the governor, recognition at the Ag Day ceremony in the State Capitol during the 2...

 

People in Montana warned of new phone scam

People in Montana are being warned of a new telephone scam which is currently sweeping the United Kingdom and could be set to hit the United States. CPR Call Blocker, makers of the best-selling call blocking device in the US and the UK, is urging...

 

4-H news

The Gumbo Gophers 4-H club met on January 10th, at the home of Lisa Borchgrevink. Special guests were Michael Millward, county agent and Kodie Olsen, 4-H assistant. Other guests were Rhett Borchgrevink; Ashley, Atreyu, and Wyllow Tauck; Staci, Grace,...

 

Mid-Rivers offers $46,000 in scholarships to area students

Mid-Rivers Communications is proud to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Mid-Rivers Fund for Education Scholarship Program. This year, Mid-Rivers is offering $46,000 in scholarship funds for Eastern & Central Montana students. Over the last 20...

 

JV, varsity boys lose in Jordan

The CCHS JV boys left Plevna with a 12 point win last Friday night. Each quarter, the boys slowly took more of a lead. The Bulldogs had 31 turnovers and shot 46 percent from the free throw line. Jaden Pardee led CCHS with 17 points, Sean Wolenetz...

 

Girls pick up pair of conference wins

The Lady Bulldogs easily took down the Cougars last Friday night in Plevna, 64-11. CCHS shot 53 percent on free throws, 47 percent on two-pointers and 20 percent on three-pointers. They out-rebounded Plevna, 30-16, and had 9 fewer turnovers. Tyra...

 

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