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 By Vicki Fix    Opinion    February 14, 2020

Mayor's Notes

Happy New Year! After realizing that the last two years have flown by, I thought I might reflect on what is happening in your Town Council. In January we welcomed Jim Mackay to the council. He has...

 

Carter County sports trivia

Editor's note: We're still tallying votes and researching history on Eagle readers' picks for the greatest Carter County athletes. One subscriber sent a fun list of Carter County sports trivia...

 

7th Annual Shooting Stars Invitational results

Air Rifle 9-10 Year Old Division 1. Allie Haus (Rosebud/Treasure) 167 2. Caden Muscha (Custer) 162 3. Weston Strub (Carter) 162 11-12 Year Old Division 1. Danica Gamble (Rosebud/Treasure) 232 2. Kaylie McCaffree (Rosebud/Treasure) 191 3. Reuben...

 

4-H Shooting Sports success

The Carter County 4-H Shooting Stars hosted their seventh Annual Invitational Shoot on February 1st at the Fallon County Indoor Shooting Range and Fallon County Exhibit Hall. There were ninety-four...

 
 Events   

Miles City Cowboy Poetry Gathering, March 1

The 6th Annual Miles City Cowboy Poetry Gathering will be hosted by the Range Riders Museum on Sunday March 1st. Entertainment will kick off at 11:30 am with local talent Gail Shaw from Miles City, performing old classic country songs. A roast beef...

 

Rose Ann Turbiville

Rose Ann Turbiville was born on March 24, 1934 to William C. and Ruby (Johnson) Rowley in Ekalaka. Rose left this world to continue her journey in Heaven on February 9, 2020 surrounded by loved ones....

 

Cooking in the West

I share the copy machine at work with the Sweet Grass County Extension Agent, Marc King, so one day I found an interesting email mixed in with my pile of papers off the machine. It was a bulletin from MSU about a biomarker study of the effects of...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, sometimes friends share interesting things that they’ve found on the ‘net’; take for instance, a penny. Who’d have thought that there was a day to celebrate a Lost Penny, which is the 12th of Februa...

 

License year begins March 1st, other changes for 2020

As the current license year is winding down, hunters and anglers can look for a few immediate changes for the coming year. The new license year starts on March 1st, which means that is the day you can buy your 2020 hunting and fishing licenses and...

 

Some of Carter County's greats

Since I am not as familiar with the great athletes in all of Carter County, I will focus on the great athletes that were born or raised in the Tie Creek area of the county. In the early years, most every community had a baseball team. For several...

 

Lady Dogs fall to Longhorns

The CCHS Lady Bulldogs handed the Lady Eagles a 36-point loss last Friday night in Northern Cheyenne. The Eagles are currently in third place in the conference, while CCHS currently sits in fourth...

 

Bulldogs down Eagles, Longhorns

CCHS won a pair of conference games, both by wide margins, over the weekend. On Friday in Norther Cheyenne, they won by 32 points. Nine Bulldogs scored in the contest, led by Turner Tooke with 15....

 

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