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45 attend meeting at Ekalaka Elementary

Ekalaka Public Schools Superintendent Daniel Schrock said that forty-five people attended the district's community cross-over event last weekend at the grade school. Those people, including students,...

 

Fight with Bulldog Power event successful

Carter County High School gymnasium was alive with color on Saturday, February 3, as Bulldog fans dressed to show their support for cancer research. The William C. Rowley Chapter of National Honor Society sponsored their annual “Fight with Bulldog...

 

DOR office to close

Carter County Commissioners recently received word that the Montana Department of Revenue (DOR) will be closing their office located inside Carter County Courthouse. A letter from the DOR to the commissioners received at the end of January states:...

 

VFW Auxiliary coloring contest

Members of the VFW Auxiliary to Post 7885 recently sent out coloring contest sheets to students around the county in grades K-3. The picture for the contest depicts praying hands underneath the American Flag. In order to be eligible to win the...

 

Just stopping by

Last weekend, U.S. Senator Steve Daines toured Eastern Montana to discuss the impacts of tax cuts, more jobs, and bigger paychecks for Montanans across the state. Daines met with local elected...

 
 Events   

Beef Cattle Nutrition Program

SDSU Extension is partnering with NDSU Extension Service and Montana State University Extension to provide an educational program focusing on beef cattle nutrition. The program will be held on February 27 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Harding County...

 

Elsie Berniece Walker-Scholten

Elsie Berniece Walker-Scholten, 99 of Ekalaka MT, passed peacefully to the Lord at Dahl Memorial Hospital on February 1, 2018 on her 99th birthday. Elsie was born on February 1, 1919 near Albion,...

 

Harriet Speelmon

Rosary vigil for Harriet Speelmon will be held February 12, 2018 at 7 PM at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church in Ekalaka. Funeral services will be February 13, 2018, at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church a...

 

Chad Tronstad

Funeral services for Chad Tronstad, 39, of Baker were held February 7, 2018 at Longfellow School Gymnasium in Baker, Montana, with Pastor Scott Kiehn officiating. Burial followed in Bonnievale...

 

Dorothy D. Remillard

Twin Falls, Idaho-Dorothy Remillard, our loving Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother, Sister, Aunt, and Friend passed away into God's Heavenly Garden on January 23, 2018. Dorothy Dune Ward Remillard...

 
 By Bill Lavell    Voices    February 9, 2018

Colorful characters of Carter County

There were a number of colorful characters hanging around Carter County in the early days, probably still are. When I first thought about writing about this I figured that I would have a wealth of persons to talk about but after thinking more didn't...

 
 By Sabre Moore    Voices    February 9, 2018

Collection Corner

In the interest of communicating with the community, the Carter County Museum has included a flyer in this week's Eagle to share our economic and educational impact in 2017. First, we would like to...

 
 By Dean Meyer    Voices    February 9, 2018

Hat Tips

Hello, We usually take a little vacation in the winter. You know, four or five days. We kind of do it on the cheap. Look for cheap vacation packages. Like driving to relatives and staying for free in their house and eating their food. But, after...

 

Next legislature must stand up for Montana

Montanans are now seeing the real-life consequences of budget decisions made by the Republican legislators who make up the majority of our state legislature. Over the next year, 28 property...

 

CCHS Lady Bulldogs win three conference games

CCHS Girls Basketball won three games last week and are currently in first place in the district. On Tuesday, the girls played Custer/Hysham at home, a game that was postponed earlier in the season. The girls had no problem as they took a 14 point le...

 

Boys defeat Custer/Hysham, NCTS

CCHS Boys Varsity narrowly pulled off the win against the Custer/Hysham Rebels last Tuesday. The game was pretty close throughout. Both teams had similar numbers in rebounds and turnovers. Shay Adler...

 

JV boys go 2-1

Last Tuesday the JV boys basketball team beat Custer/Hysham by 19 at home. CCHS only shot 3-12 on free throws, but won the turnover differential by 5. Turner Tooke finished the game in double digit points with 10. CCHS 13 17 - 30 Custer/Hysham 3 8 -...

 

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