Articles from the February 16, 2024 edition

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Tooke selected to receive MSU Founders Day Award for Student Excellence

Forty of Montana State University’s top seniors and their faculty and staff mentors will be recognized Friday, Feb. 16, at the 42nd annual Founders Day Awards for Student Excellence event held on the MSU campus. Honored students are nominated by f...

 
 By Amanda Williams    Events   

Rodents, clingers, and stingers

Join the Fallon/Carter Extension office and the Carter County Weed District on February 21st from 10 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. for this fun, educational program. Topics covered will include mice and the control of them, houndstongue and other common...

 

Join Dahl Memorial in 'Drive to Thrive'

Dahl Memorial staff recently installed a race track down the main hallway as part of what they have aptly named “Drive to Thrive.” Thrive refers to a new electronic medical records system that Dahl Memorial Healthcare is currently in the process of s...

 

Carter County Shooting Stars Invitational results

submitted by Fallon/Carter Extension Office The Carter County Shooting Stars hosted their 10th annual Invitational Shoot on February 3, 2024 at the Fallon County Indoor Shooting Range. There were...

 

Sheehy stops in Ekalaka

With the 2024 political season underway, United States Congressional candidates are making their trips through Ekalaka along the campaign trail. Within the last few weeks, U.S. House Montana District...

 

Rosendale drops out of race for U.S. Senate

Montana Congressman Matt Rosendale, who just last week announced a highly anticipated run for U.S. Senate, is dropping his campaign after former President Donald Trump — the ultimate kingmaker in modern GOP politics — endorsed his primary opp...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, sometimes, friends share interesting things; THIS for Valentines Day! Just quoting: “You should probably tape this to your bathroom mirror where one could read it every day. You may not realize it, but it’s 1...

 

Cooking in the West

The best part about winter used to be skiing, ice skating, and ice fishing. However, as I have grown older, it has become harder and harder to find a winter sport that I can participate in, because I don’t dare risk my knees, my hips, my skull, e...

 

CAPITOLETTER

February 12, 2024 The Capitol News may be limited this week. Super Bowl Sunday is not the best time to gather news. It may not be the game that keeps people busy, but the tail-gate parties are especially interesting. Dick and Erma Albert made a trip...

 

EKALAKA TOWN COUNCIL MINUTES

January 3rd, 2024 Public hearing for water, sewer, and garbage Increase 1) Call Public Hearing Meeting to Order a) Roll Call Council, Melissa Lovec, Andy Wright, Rex McCord b) Employees Present Elston Temp c) Appointed Officials Present Kamely Harkin...

 

'Dogs wrap up regular season with win over 'Horns

The Bulldogs (no. 5 seed heading into the District 4C Tournament) almost pulled off the upset against the Mustangs (no. 1 seed heading into the District 4C Tournament) on senior night last Friday in...

 

Lady Blue heads to District 4C Tournament as No. 5 seed

Similar to the boys' game last Friday on senior night, the CCHS girls basketball team (no. 5 seed heading into the District 4C Tournament) lost to Jordan (no. 1 seed heading into the District 4C...

 

JV Bulldogs finish season

Bulldog fans were treated on February 9th at CCHS with a Boys C squad game versus the Jordan Mustangs. Blue outscored Orange 16-2 in the first quarter and went on to win by an eight-point margin. As a team, CCHS shot 9 of 22 from the charity stripe;...

 

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