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Articles from the March 2, 2018 edition

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Smart spellers

Last Thursday, elementary students from around the county participated in the Carter County Spelling Bee at Ekalaka Elementary. Sixth grader Brynn Loehding (left) won the county-wide competition,...

 

Livestock Indemnity Program benefits available to Carter County producers

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Farm Service Agency (FSA) Executive Director CED, Robin Markuson in Carter County recently announced that producers who suffered qualifying livestock losses due to natural disasters could be eligible for the Live...

 
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Spring banquet

Soon residents will be seeing new beginnings; green grass, daffodils, tulips, baby calves and lambs. Spring is just around the corner. Ekalaka Bible Church will be having a spring banquet on Thursday, March 15, 6:00 p.m., at the church. Members of...

 
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Spray Day, March 14-15

Fallon and Carter County’s Annual Spray Days will be held March 14-15, 2018. The program is a collaboration of efforts between Fallon/Carter Extension and weed departments of both counties. This year’s event boasts a great set of speakers! The pr...

 

PART II-C

by Sherry Farwell, Ned Summers & Marguerite Goeders Rozelle THE HOMESTEADER HISTORY OF THE SYKES-BELLTOWER "SURVIVORS"...

 

Tom Sturman

Tom Sturman died suddenly at his home in Russell, Kansas, February 20, 2018, at the age of 88. Thomas Reade Sturman was born February 16, 1930, to parents Jim and Gladys Sturman in Dorrance, Kansas. T...

 
 By Bill Lavell    Opinion    March 2, 2018

Letter to the editor

Someone close to me told me recently that my last two stories in the Eagle were hurtful to the descendants of those that I wrote about. If I have hurt anyone by my stories, the last two, or the ones before that, I sincerely apologize. I especially...

 
 By Lois Lambert    Voices    March 2, 2018

Bright Ideas

My Mother remembered birthdays of siblings, parents and cousins. Their birthdays may have been written on the calendar. My Mom remembered my Dad’s siblings’ and parents’ birthdays, and cousins of course. I don’t remember lots of cards being s...

 
 By Loyd Townsend    Voices    March 2, 2018

Memories

As time moved on, I decided I would like to work games other than just at Ekalaka. Individuals who worked sports activities belong to an organization called Montana Officials Association (MOA) and had groups in Miles City and Glendive. I decided to...

 

Antelope traveling on tracks struck by train

On February 22 or 23, 17 antelope traveling on railroad tracks were struck by a train near Moon Creek, west of Miles City. Most of the antelope were killed on impact, but six animals were still alive and had to be dispatched by Montana Fish,...

 
 By Dean Meyer    Voices    March 2, 2018

Hat Tips

Hello, I know most of you in the western Dakotas are familiar with cow cake. For those of you that are neophytes in the cattle industry, I will try to explain. Cows, much like humans, require a certain amount of protein to survive. The protein can...

 

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