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Articles from the February 12, 2021 edition

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100 COVID-19 vaccinations

On Tuesday, Carter County Public Health announced that one hundred COVID-19 vaccination shots have been given in Carter County. More information about the next phase of the county's vaccination plan...

 

Locals on MCC President's Honor List

Miles Community College recently announced that Rose Rychner and Willow Beach, both of Ekalaka, were each named to the President’s Honor List for the Fall 2020 semester. Students who are taking 12 or more credits and maintain a term grade-point...

 

FWP continuing to offer online hunters safety courses

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is continuing to offer free online courses for youth and adults interested in hunter and bowhunter education. In response to social distancing requirements and restr...

 

Chill factor

On February 6th temperatures dropped below zero degrees Fahrenheit for only the second time this winter. The first came on January 25th when it reached negative one in Ekalaka. The rather mild start...

 

Agencies look to legislature to clear up legalized marijuana rules

(Editor’s note: This is the first in a series about the recent legalization of marijuana in Montana.) At the stroke of midnight on Jan. 1, 2021, possession and use of recreational marijuana became legal for all adults over 21 in Montana after the...

 

County spray day, February 24

Carter County's Spray Day will be held on Wednesday, February 24. The annual program is a collaboration of efforts between the Extension office and county weed department. Organizers have put together...

 

Letter to the editor

Dear Editor, As a lifelong resident and tax payer in Carter County I found the information from the staff of Dahl Memorial and the County Commissioners very informative. I have always found the staff at the hospital very competent and am very...

 

Cooking in the West

Winter has been fairly kind to us up until this past weekend when we suddenly plunged into the deep freeze. We do not start calving until mid-March, but my heart goes out to the people who are calving and lambing in this cold snowy weather. It...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, reading Proverbs 17:22: “A merry heart doeth good like medicine,” was a reminder of long ago when several of us gathered over at C.B.’s house. [Just for fun, initials were used instead of names.]....

 

Days of Dahl lives

Valentine sun catchers, heart wreaths and cookies were all part of the fun as long-term care residents and staff at Dahl Memorial spent some heart felt moments together preparing for Valentine's Day...

 

JV boys win at buzzer

The JV boys’ basketball team won on a last second ‘throw’ at the basket on Saturday in Wibaux. The Dogs got off to a slow start and were down double digits in the second quarter before storming back in the third when they outscored the...

 

Lady Dawgs to wrap up regular season

The CCHS Lady Bulldogs held the Longhorns scoreless in the fourth quarter and pulled away with an 18 point victory in Wibaux on Saturday. The ‘Dogs had a two-point lead heading into the final frame before outscoring the ‘Horns 16-0 over the...

 

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