The Ekalaka Eagle - Your Community Builder

Articles from the February 28, 2020 edition

Sorted by date  Results 1 - 11 of 11



Carter County Greats Part II

Editor's note: Following is the second in a multi-part series about the top ten greatest Carter County athletes of all time, as voted on by our readers. 1) Robert "Bob" Lasater 2) B.J. Padden 3) Ivan...

 

District receives grant to connect elementary and high schools

School officials learned last week that Ekalaka Elementary District #15 was selected for a $750,000 grant. The money, awarded by the Montana Department of Commerce Community Development Division, is to be granted “for the construction of a...

 

School election nearing

Candidates have until March 26 to file for election to the school board this year. A mail ballot election will take place on Tuesday, May 5. The Unified Board of Trustees for Carter County High School and Ekalaka Elementary has four positions up for...

 

Knights of Columbus District Free Throw Contest

The Annual Knights of Columbus District Free Throw contest was held February 23 at McGonigal Gym in Baker. Contestants shot twenty-five free throws. Scores from the shoot off will be sent on to the...

 

Hughie Rose

Funeral services for Hughie Rose, 86, of Ekalaka, were held February 22 at Stevenson Funeral Home in Ekalaka with Pastor Scott Kiehn officiating. Hughie passed away Tuesday, February 18, 2020 at Dahl...

 

Gage Braden

Gage Braden, 23, passed away on February 20, 2020 at his home in Williston, ND. Gage was born in Great Falls, MT in 1996 to Scott Braden and Jodi Kirkwood. He moved to Miles City, MT with his parents...

 

Cooking in the West

I heard on the radio the other day that children get their intelligence from their mothers. That might explain what has happened to my brain. Perhaps I drained part of it for the first child and the rest for the second. I can almost buy that...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, loneliness is no respect for persons; a group of us gals know that personally, having just met in a Support Group where we shared our thoughts and feelings. It was kind of surprising that even though we...

 

Dogs end season at district tourney

The Bulldogs opened their District 4C Tournament play against Northern Cheyenne. Blue started slow and had only a one point lead after the first quarter, but put up 21 points in the second to take a...

 

Lady Bulldogs take second at District 4C

In the first game of the District 4C tourney, the Lady Bulldogs easily defeated the Lady Hawks by 33 points. The girls led 14-2 at the end of the first. Seven Dogs scored; 3 in double figures. CCHS...

 

Letter to the editor

From a 2018 national survey of 524 principals, assistant principals and other school based leaders it was found that only 33% of K-12 schools offer a stand alone civics course. Only 24% of school districts require passing a civics exam. The survey...

 

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2020