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Articles from the March 19, 2021 edition

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 By Alissa Miller    Local    March 19, 2021

Local ranchers diversify with meat processing shop

Farming and ranching have long been a part of Montana's past and its number one industry. With prices of livestock and crops ever changing, the next generation of ranchers have had to diversify their...

 
 Events   

Developmental screening, April 6

Ekalaka Public Schools will be hosting a developmental screening for children aged 0-5 years on Tuesday, April 6, from 12:30 to 4 p.m. in the elementary school gym. This screening will help parents gain information about their child’s development...

 
 By Tanner Wright    Local    March 19, 2021

FFA news

The Gumbo Gophers 4-H club held their fourth meeting on March 13, at McInerney’s. Members present were Selah and Suri Johnston, Natalie and Alivia Foxley, Elizabeth and Grace Hall, Keenan McInerney, Zander Oliver, Tylinn Thomas and Tanner Wright....

 

Employer, Fed restrictions could limit the ability of some to use marijuana at any time

(Editor's note: This is the fourth in a series about the recent legalization of marijuana in Montana.) With recreational marijuana use now legal, the regulations on its use make it much more...

 

COVID-19 vaccine open to all Montanans April 1

At a news conference on Tuesday, Governor Greg Gianforte announced that COVID-19 vaccines will be available to all Montanans beginning April 1, 2021. "A few months ago, projections estimated...

 

Is Ekalaka on the map?

submitted by EPEDC Ekalaka is a welcoming community that is the gateway into Montana. What attractions does Ekalaka have to lure visitors to its rural community? In Ekalaka Montana lies a unique Dinosaur Museum, the Carter County Museum (CCM). This...

 

Know before you dig

The BLM would like to encourage surface owners to properly verify their ownership of mineral rights before excavating sand, gravel, stone, or scoria on their property. Surprisingly, these materials may or may not belong to the surface owner. Millions...

 
 By Susan Metcalf    Voices    March 19, 2021

Cooking in the West

I love blogs that are honest and authentic, so I was elated when I stumbled upon a really entertaining blog written by Lindsey Habets of Conrad, Montana. Lindsey wrote a series of blogs from both of her toddlers' points of view that are humorous...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, occasionally one reads something that needs to be shared. Such is the case with an article by Dr. A. Purnell Bailer from his column, ‘Bread of Life,’ which he wrote February 10, 1970. Quoting from that...

 
 By Erwin Curry    Voices    March 19, 2021

The Corner

Some more of my pseudo-sonnets for my class of 1974 in the old white high school building, for this week. I haven’t gotten bogged down yet within writer’s block gumbo. When you write what you know, or at least what you think you know, the words f...

 

Legislative update

This is a bit of a catch- up issue since I was loafing during the transmittal break. We were in session March 1 & 2, before a 5-day break. I enjoyed getting home and was also able to meet with a good...

 

5 Bulldogs receive all-conference honors

With the conclusion of the Montana high school basketball season, divisions have announced all-conference and all-state selections. District 4C honors teams, as voted on by coaches, are below. Girls...

 

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