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Lion harvested near Ekalaka traced back to Chadron, Nebraska

A pair of local men on the search for coyotes turned into a rare chance for another to harvest a mountain lion near Ekalaka back in January. Zach Elmore and Eric Lovec were on their way to a spot...

 

Local EMT course set to begin March 22

EMT classes are set to begin on March 22 in Ekalaka. The online portion of the course will be every Tuesday and Thursday, with hands-on training at Carter County Healthcare Facility once or twice monthly, on Saturdays. The ambulance service is still...

 

Area pictures needed for 2023 Chamber of Commerce calendar

After electing not to produce a calendar featuring local photographs taken by local photographers last year, the Carter County Chamber of Commerce decided at their recent meeting to print the community calendar again for 2023, due in part to high...

 

Reflecting on a former superintendent of schools and the county spelling bee

Darlene Carter Rose first ran for Carter County Superintendent of Schools in 1990 and was successful against the incumbent. She served the county in that capacity until December of 2000. It was then... Full story

 

EPEDC regional economic resiliency planning

Eastern Plains Economic Development Corporation recently announced a series of opportunities for public input and community engagement related to the development of a regional economic development and resiliency plan. The plan will address the needs...

 

Erlend Laird

Memorial service for Erlend Laird, 83, of Ekalaka was held February 25 at Stevenson Funeral Home, Ekalaka with Pastor Larry Phalen officiating. Burial followed at Beaver Lodge Cemetery in Ekalaka....

 

Governor, FWP announce new smartphone app

As part of his charge to improve customer service and modernize technology in state government, Governor Greg Gianforte recently announced the launch of a new mobile app from the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP). FWP’s new app will allow...

 
 By Susan Metcalf    Voices    March 4, 2022

Cooking in the West

My favorite holiday of the year was this week, which was Dr. Seuss’s birthday on March 2. It has become my tradition to do a Whoville poem to celebrate Dr. Seuss and my First Amendment right to freedom of expression. Watching the drastic erosion of...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know Lord, sometimes rereading things from long ago is most interesting. Take for example a remark like, “Do everything without complaining;” a Bible verse from Phil 2:14. We probably all know a few chronic...

 
 By Erwin Curry    Voices    March 4, 2022

The Corner

I haven’t been stuck in the mud for some time, Yes that old ‘gumbo’, such treacherous stuff, The vehicle would be wrestled with, so rough, When in this slick clay, try avoiding the grime. You might high-center...stuck, it seemed a crime, One...

 

MCC accepting students for CDL, meat processing courses beginning March 14

Individuals seeking training for a new career still have the opportunity to enroll at Miles Community College this spring. MCC's spring semester late start session will include the Commercial...

 

Carter County Public Health Corner

COVID Vaccine | Following are dates available to make appointments if you are interested in getting an up to date COVID vaccine. We have dates available for adult, adolescent and pediatric individuals. Please call us to schedule an appointment if...

 

Montana Shakespeare in the Parks to celebrate 50th season

Montana Shakespeare in the Parks, a program of Montana State University, has announced the plays the troupe will perform for its 50th season. The season officially kicked off in February with Montana Shakes! performing “Bottom’s Dream” for...

 

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