Articles from the April 22, 2022 edition

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Spring blizzard dumps most April snow since 2006

According to the National Weather Service, Ekalaka received 21.5 inches of snow during last week's blizzard. By 5 p.m. on Tuesday, 11.5 inches had accumulated, another 7.5 had fallen by 5 p.m. on...

 

FWP fixing error in drawing process for elk permits

After deer and elk permits were drawn April 14th, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks uncovered an error in the drawing process affecting less than three percent of applications across the state in...

 

Sports awards next Thursday

Ekalaka Public Schools will be honoring all student-athletes for the 2021-2022 sports seasons during a program at CCHS scheduled for Thursday, April 28th, beginning at 6:30 p.m. All participants in grades 5-12 will be recognized. Parents and Bulldog...

 

Deanna Hirsch

Graveside services were held April 20th at Beaver Lodge Cemetery in Ekalaka with Corky Harkins officiating. Deanna Hirsch, 28, formerly of Ekalaka, passed away on Friday April 8, 2022, in Nipawin,...

 
 By Loyd Townsend    Voices    April 22, 2022

Memories

Snow is deep — the days long, maybe do an article for you readers. In going through the Shifting Scenes Vol. III, I found two families I had been thinking about for some time. Those two were Chris and Gerda Bentz and Damian (Curly) Culver....

 
 By Susan Metcalf    Voices    April 22, 2022

Cooking in the West

This last week of moisture came as a blessing and a curse. There were undoubtedly large death losses of young livestock in the areas that were hit by days of blizzard conditions, but in some areas like here in our neck of the woods, the moisture was...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know Lord, we hunger for sacred space and yearn for quiet time. We know that You are always ready and willing to meet us in that space. We must study, meditate, praise, and pray so that divine space becomes the...

 

Highly pathogenic avian influenza found in wild birds in Montana

Highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) virus was detected in a snow goose from Canyon Ferry and a Canada goose from near Belgrade last week. HPAI was detected earlier this month in domestic poultry in Judith Basin and Cascade counties. Several...

 

Friday tunes

On Good Friday, Dahl Memorial Healthcare residents were treated to a handbell choir concert performed by some of the peers. The choir performed several songs under the direction of Virginia...

 

State hail insurance program enters 106th year

For over 100 years, the Montana State Hail Insurance program has provided hail coverage to producers in every corner of the state. With planting season right around the corner, the Montana Department of Agriculture is reminding folks to contact the...

 

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