Articles from the March 22, 2024 edition

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BLM extends sequestration project comment period to April 17

The Bureau of Land Management has extended the public comment period on the environmental assessment for the Denbury Carbon Solutions, LLC proposal to construct and operate a CO2 sequestration...

 

Public meetings on school election, levies

The Ekalaka Public Schools Unified Board of Trustees will soon be hosting public meetings about the upcoming school election and levies for both Carter County High School and Ekalaka Elementary District #15 that will be on the ballot. The first of...

 

Winners of statewide Montana Ag in Color drawing contest announced

Earlier this month, the Montana Farm Bureau Federation (MFBF) announced the winners of the Montana Youth Agriculture Literacy program drawing contest. "Montana Ag in Color" was developed in...

 

School receives grant for library

Ekalaka Public Schools recently received a grant in the amount of $898 from the Montana Masonic Foundation for new iPads at the school library. Freemasons Pat Strickland, Doug Bonsell, and Marty...

 

New WIC office opens in Carter County

Carter County Public Health is proud to open a new local WIC office in Ekalaka. The Special Supplement Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children, known as WIC, has proudly supported Montana f...

 

Georgetta McCamish

Jessie "Georgetta" McCamish, 87, passed away on March 13, 2024 at St. Vincent Hospital after a short illness surrounded by her loving family. She was born to George and Jessie (Brewer) Townsend on Feb...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, Palm Sunday, years ago was a bit different then it is today. Several of us were together, ‘Susie’ smiled and shared: “When I was just a little kid, I remember one Palm Sunday when the Pastor mention...

 
 By Susan Metcalf    Voices    March 22, 2024

Cooking in the West

This past few months I have been having heart rhythm problems. Long story short, I have to have a second ablation procedure at the Missoula Heart Institute on the very day that calving starts. Now, calving doesn’t really start on the first date t...

 
 By Karen Odell    Voices    March 22, 2024

CAPITOLETTER

March 18, 2024 It was another mild week at Capitol and on Tie Creek. There was a day of drizzle and warm rain, and by Sunday, the wind had become brisk, but the sunshine felt warm. Dick and Erma Albert made a trip to Belle Fourche for dentist...

 

Adventures of calving heifers

It’s my FIRST Spring in the ranching life, We FINALLY started calving. Gathered the heifers to the lot, I’m giddy and almost laughing. We were also building a new barn To help us with this task. In fact, the welders had to stop, So we could pull a c...

 

Ag leadership class presents to elementary students

submitted by Travis Schallenberger Carter County FFA This past week, the CCHS Agriculture Leadership class presented to a few of the elementary classes. Each member of the class had to create a...

 

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