Articles from the March 15, 2024 edition

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Debbie Matthews

Deborah “Debbie” Matthews, 64, of Ekalaka, formerly of Citrus Heights, California, passed away on Wednesday, February 28th at Dahl Memorial Healthcare in Ekalaka due to several complications ari... Full story

 

4 Bulldogs receive all-conference honors

With the conclusion of the 2023-24 Montana high school basketball season, districts recently announced all-conference and all-state selections. District 4C honors teams are below. GIRLS First team 1)...

 

Montana State University Extension to open new office in Carter County

A new Montana State University Extension office will open in Carter County on March 18. Fallon and Carter Counties are currently served by one Extension office located in Baker. The new office will re...

 

Students celebrate Dr. Seuss week

submitted by Mrs. Mardee Guyer Ekalaka Elementary School was buzzing with excitement last week as students and teachers alike celebrated Dr. Seuss Week from March 3rd to March 6th. Each day was filled...

 

Wally Owens

Wallace (Wally) W. Owens of White Sulphur Springs, Montana passed away on Sunday, February 18, 2024 at Mountainview Medical Center in White Sulphur Springs with his daughters by his side. He was 90 ye...

 

Beaver Lodge Cemetery Association donors

Rusty & Arnina Jardee, Miki & Robert Lantis, Marlene Tesch, Madlon Brence, Charlene Bodine, Robert L. & Janice Lasater, Alice Ward, Bill & Janet Carlisle, Dick & Reta Harkins, Marieta Holter, Don Gundlach, Emmett LaBree, Bill & Dallas Kennedy, Doran...

 
 By Susan Metcalf    Voices    March 15, 2024

Cooking in the West

We are at the stage in our lives where we find ourselves in the bleachers every Saturday for elementary intramural basketball, because we would never miss a game of grandson basketball. Where else can you watch your grandson celebrate an assist with...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, each and every one of us folks could tell of a single item that holds importance and joy that he or she would never part with. ‘Patty’ told us of a fifty-year-old recipe card that was in her mom’s handwri...

 

The Winter of 1964 & 1965

Beings I was born in 1934 I had a real good memory of the winter of 1964 and 1965. I bought a place of my own in 1965 over between Ekalaka and Baker on Lame Jones Creek (4000 Deeded, 1640 Leased). I paid $15 per acre for the deeded. The summers of...

 
 By Karen Odell    Voices    March 15, 2024

CAPITOLETTER

March 11, 2024 The Capitol and Tie Creek weather has been warming up all week; until by Saturday and Sunday, it was a wonderful warm day to be outdoors in the beautiful calm sunshine. Dick and Erma Albert got some extra shopping done in the Hills,...

 

EKALAKA TOWN COUNCIL MINUTES

Town Office, 103 N Main Street February 7th, 2024 1) Call Meeting to Order a) Roll Call Council - Melissa Lovec, Andy Wright, Rex McCord, Rich Brown, Buck Kratzer b) Employees Present - Elston Loken, Robin Kawecki c) Appointed Officials Present - Kam...

 

Candidate filing deadline firms up 2024 election bracket

At 5 p.m. Monday, the window closed for candidates to file to run for elected office in Montana this year, officially setting the stage for a hugely consequential election season. Toward the top of...

 

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