Articles from the March 8, 2024 edition

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Dahl Memorial expands PT department

submitted by Dahl Memorial Healthcare Brian Lucey, Rehabilitation Director at Dahl Memorial Healthcare in Ekalaka, recently announced the addition of new staff members and services at the facility's...

 

Carter County Spelling Bee and Geography Bee winners

Keli Melton took 1st in the spelling bee, Waylon Wilson 2nd, Joby Owen 3rd, Tylinn Thomas 4th, and Vera Strub and Ayla Yates tied for 5th....

 

The money allocated to Montana's new charter schools

Over the past year, we've fielded many reader emails about charter schools in Montana. The curiosity is understandable - one of the two charter school laws passed by the 2023 Legislature is currently...

 

Predator board searching for contractor

The Carter County Predator Board is actively seeking individuals who may be interested in providing temporary part-time services in predator control in the county. The individual must hold a current independent contractor’s license with proper w...

 

School leaders attribute budget crises to pandemic funding cliff, state funding frustrations

A wave of major budget cuts is hitting public schools across the state - a situation officials from four of Montana's largest districts attribute to declining enrollment, inflexibilities in the...

 
 By Susan Metcalf    Voices    March 8, 2024

Cooking in the West

Our community is mourning the loss of Judy Vidack, who moved to Big Timber to teach at BTGS in 1969, touching the lives of hundreds of students plus parents and community members in her forty year tenure teaching elementary school. She lost a short,...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, ‘Sally Ann’ stopped by, mentioned that SPRING is just around the corner, but she was pretty sure that we still might get some Snow Showers. She loves Snow Scenes, all sorts of Snow Words, also watching neigh...

 
 By Karen Odell    Voices    March 8, 2024

CAPITOLETTER

March 4, 2024 March came in like a lion cub, or a protective ewe, at Capitol and on Tie Creek. First it was sunny and warm, but soon a fierce wind came, and then the snow came drifting down again. The accumulation was small and melted fast. On...

 

Lady 'Dogs end season at Southern C

The CCHS Lady Bulldogs' season ended at the Southern C Divisional Tournament in Miles City last Friday with a loss to Bridger. The girls lost their tourney opener on Wednesday to eventual champion...

 

USDA announces Conservation Reserve Program general signup for 2024

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) recently announced that agricultural producers and private landowners can begin signing up for the general Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) starting March 4 and running through March 29, 2024. This...

 

Commerce awards small business grants to 26 native-owned businesses in Montana

The Montana Department of Commerce recently announced that $320,000 of grant funding has been allocated to support 26 start-up or expanding Native American businesses in Montana. The funding is...

 

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