Articles from the March 10, 2023 edition

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Ekalaka boy recovering after suffering severe burns

It hasn't even been two weeks since nearly two-year-old Eben Whitney was severely burned in an accident at his home in Ekalaka. Now, according to his parents Casey and Seth, he is healing nicely and...

 

Five-for-six

Five-for-six. The CCHS Lady Bulldogs have now made it to the Montana Class C State Girls' Basketball Tournament five times in the last six years. That's a pretty impressive stat by almost any...

 

'We're going to go see the grandkids more'

There are, to date, six main reasons why Troy and Mikel Fruit have decided to sell the business they have built together for nearly forty years. In October, 1984 Fruits first started their business...

 

Kay Babb

Kay Jean (Newman) Babb was born at the Newman home, in Belle Fourche, South Dakota to Roy and Maxine (Radtke) Newman on August 30, 1941. She left this earth early in the morning of February 22, 2023 a...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, recently a friend shared how her grandkids helped her discover that she was making no effort at all to express joy and happy feelings when she spoke to them, or even to the rest of her family. She shared that...

 
 By Susan Metcalf    Voices    March 10, 2023

Cooking in the West

We just celebrated Dr. Seuss’s birthday, so it is time for what has become my annual tradition—my Dr. Seuss Whoville poem. Probably every generation feels that the overall moral and ethical state of the world is declining at breakneck speed, but we...

 

Letter to the editor

Dear Editor, With Montana being #3 in the the union with deaths by Suicide. And the fact that Farmers and Ranchers are 2 to 1 more likely to commit suicide than other professions. It’s a subject that needs to be addressed. We certainly don’t wan...

 

Legislative Report

3-3-23 After a short morning floor session and 71 3rd reading bills, we adjourned the 45th legislative day and began transmittal break. First fun thing about this break is to knock out a short report...

 
 By Suri Johnston    Local    March 10, 2023

4-H News

The Gumbo Gophers 4-H Club had a fun winter. We had a meeting in December at Alzada. We played a white elephant gift exchange game after our meeting, then we filled gift baskets and went caroling. All those involved had a good time. Grace brought...

 

DEQ announces open burning season

The Montana open burning season begins March 1. While burning is allowed year-round, there are different restrictions and requirements throughout the seasons. The Department of Environmental Quality reminds Montanans to comply with air quality rules...

 

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