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HAPPY EASTER

A cold rain on Sunday forced the annual Easter egg hunt, sponsored by CCHS FCCLA, to be held inside the high school. Local youth didn't seemed to mind, scooping up all of the eggs in a matter of...

 

Kittelmann headed to England next fall

Danielle Kittelmann, a 2015 graduate of Carter County High School, has recently been accepted to Nottingham Trent University in Nottingham, England where she will attend her junior year of college. Kittelmann is currently enrolled at Rocky Mountain...

 

Ziettlow to run in third Boston Marathon

Todd Ziettlow, a 1990 graduate of Carter County High School, will run in the Boston Marathon for a third time this year. Ziettlow first ran in 2012, finishing the grueling 26.2 miles with an official time of 3:26:32. In 2014, Ziettlow improved on...

 

New pool update

As the Town of Ekalaka prepares to seek proposals for a new swimming pool and bath house, research into the construction of a new pool is underway. It has been discovered that construction of swimming pools has changed since 1961! Now, the sides of s...

 
 By Sabre Moore    Voices    April 14, 2017

Collection Corner

April is Montana Archaeology Month, and to celebrate, the Carter County Museum will be bringing you a series of articles about topics in the field. Pottery is a relatively rare artifact to find and...

 

Grasshoppers in March and April?

Grasshoppers in March and April? Fallon/Carter County Extension Agent Elin Kittelmann says she has heard of several people seeing grasshoppers in the area right now, but good news is they are...

 
 Events   

DMHA Health Fair April 18-20 at Events Center

Dahl Memorial Healthcare Association’s Annual Health Fair is scheduled for April 18th, 19th, and 20th from 6:30 am to 10:00 am at the Carter County Events Center. Cost for the basic blood draw panel is $35. This panel includes a Complete Blood...

 
 By Dean Meyer    Voices    April 14, 2017

Hat Tips

Hello, If you get tired of reading about my problems during calving, this would be a good time to go to the sports page of the paper. Because once again I have to share my problems with you. You will often hear a rancher refer to a dark night as...

 
 By Lois Lambert    Voices    April 14, 2017

"Besseball been berry goot to me"

By now all of you should know, I love baseball. I started watching pre-season Major League Baseball back in March, but the real games started on April 2, and I was right there to begin a season of watching. There aren’t many familiar names who...

 

Science Biweekly

The American dream has remained a tangible goal since James Truslow Adams popularized the idea in the 20th century. His ideal that “America is rich with opportunity for every person regardless of class and each person can fulfill their potential...

 

Hazel Padden/Sara Kerr/Minneclair Hoff Memorial Scholarship

The Hazel Padden/Sara Kerr/Minneclair Hoff Memorial Scholarship is available for students who are continuing their education. It will be awarded to one Fallon County recipient and one Carter County recipient. The scholarship application can be found...

 

Clare Batchelor

On July 19th, 1920 Letitia (Macrery) Strain gave birth to Clare Eunice Strain on her homestead about 12 miles South of Ekalaka, Montana. The homestead community of Plains Dale is prairie farmland...

 

Rose Blake

Rose Marie Blake, 62, of Camp Crook, South Dakota passed away April 8, 2017 at her Aunt, Sharon Garza's home in Belle Fourche following a battle with cancer. Rose Wise was born August 14, 1954 in...

 

Roy Ferrel

A funeral service for Roy Ferrel, 79, of Baker, MT will be 11:00 a.m., Friday, April 14, 2017 at Stevenson Funeral Home, Baker with J.K. Kinsey officiating. Burial will take place in the Askin Family...

 

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