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Articles from the April 9, 2021 edition

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 Local    April 9, 2021 

New hospital nearing completion

The first sod was turned for construction of the new healthcare facility in Ekalaka back in September of 2019. The project is now nearing the finish line, with substantial completion expected by...

 
 Local    April 9, 2021 

Carter County entering Stage 1 fire restrictions

The Board of Carter County Commissioners in regular session and in consultation with Sheriff Neil Kittelmann recently determined to enter into stage 1 fire restrictions, effective at 12:01 p.m. on Friday, April 9. Stage 1 fire restrictions help land...

 
 Local    April 9, 2021 

Museum receives MHF grant for heritage orchard

submitted by CCM The Carter County Geological Society has received a grant of $6,740 from the Montana History Foundation to establish the Carter County Heritage Orchard at the Carter County Museum...

 

Drought conditions persist in SE Montana

Eastern Montana and western South Dakota continue experiencing low humidity, high wind and warmer than usual temperatures resulting in widespread drought conditions and an increase in the risk of wildland fire. Hunters, recreationists, and others...

 

Verna Welch

Verna Anna Welch, 95, passed peacefully into the arms of her Lord at home with her daughters by her side. She began her life in Ekalaka, MT on December 23, 1925, the daughter of Albert and Anna Frye....

 

Hail insurance available through Montana Department of Agriculture

Applications for the State Hail Insurance Program are now available through the Montana Department of Agriculture (MDA). Producers can insure crops against hail damage at the maximum coverage rate of $75 per acre for dryland and $114 per acre for...

 
 By Susan Metcalf    Voices    April 9, 2021 

Cooking in the West

Cattle producers have two options as I see it. One is to bury our heads in the sand and keep doing what we have been doing and expecting a better result “next year,” and the other is to educate ourselves and do something proactively with the...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: March has ‘marched off’ - with a bit of snow, and now – woo-hoo! It’s SPRING! The Birds came back, flocks of them, it’s great to hear them sing. Cows graze on hills not far from here, it’s fun to watch...

 
 By Erwin Curry    Voices    April 9, 2021 

The Corner

This is the end of my project. I rounded off the twenty eight students up two more. There were others I went to school with in those eight years in Ekalaka. A boy with the last name Black who was the doctor’s son for example. But my memory of...

 

Governor reduces barriers to vaccine administration

Last week Governor Greg Gianforte issued a directive to reduce barriers to vaccine administration in pharmacies across Montana. “As we expand vaccine eligibility to all Montanans on April 1, we’re focused on reducing barriers Montanans face to...

 

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