The Ekalaka Eagle - Your Community Builder

Articles from the April 27, 2018 edition

Sorted by date  Results 1 - 13 of 13



It's fun to stay at the . . .

Last Thursday, CCHS Close Up held a community talent show, the last fund-raiser needed for their upcoming trip to Washington D.C. this summer. A free-will donation soup and sandwich dinner featuring...

 

Rotarians give dictionaries to Montana's third grades students

One Montana Rotary goal is to place a dictionary in the hand of every third grade student in Montana. This was the ninth consecutive year that District 5390 sponsored that very project. Members of...

 

Dedicated service

A gathering to celebrate the longtime service of two Ekalaka Area EMTs was held prior to the health fair review at Carter County Events Center last Wednesday. Linda Ziettlow, left, retired from...

 

On to Billings

Last weekend, CCHS band and choir students participated at district music festival. The band received superior ratings (I) for performance and instrumental sight-reading. They performed “Air for Band,” composed by Frank Erickson, and “Black...

 
 Events   

CCHS prom this Saturday

The junior class will be hosting Carter County High School prom this Saturday, April 28. The public is invited to attend grand march at 8:00 p.m. The king and queen will be crowned following grand march and prom will continue for high school...

 
 Events   

Kindergarten preview, Monday, May 7

Children who will be kindergarten students at Ekalaka Elementary next year are invited to attend a half day of school on Monday, May 7. This preview day will help the children become familiar with the school environment. Children are to be dropped...

 

Shakespeare in the Parks coming to Ekalaka, July 1st

It’s that time of year again, Shakespeare in the Parks is returning to Ekalaka! An evening performance of “Love’s Labour’s Lost” has been planned for July 1. Members of the community are encouraged to attend and enjoy this highly...

 

4-H volunteer recognition

by Elin Kittelmann, County Agent; Kodie Olsen, 4-H Program Assistant National Volunteer Appreciation Week has come and gone, but success of local 4-H programs is a result of the dedication of leaders...

 
 By Lois Lambert    Voices    April 27, 2018

Bright Ideas

Robins returned before I thought the ground was thawed. Were there any worms near the surface for which robins could peck? What else do robins eat? Brice is seeing more cottontails when he looks through the windows. We used to have a cottontail...

 
 By Dean Meyer    Voices    April 27, 2018

Hat Tips

Hello, Lena is leaving. No, not that Lena. My saddle horse. I bought Lena, I suppose, three years ago. We were trailing cattle north of Killdeer and Russ was riding her. He had saved her from going to the kill pen. A guy had dropped her at his house...

 

CCHS track and field results

Although spring has barely sprung, CCHS tracksters have been able to compete in four meets so far this season. On Tuesday, April 10, they competed in a quad meet in Baker. Monday, April 16 they participated in the Wibaux Invitational, last Saturday,...

 

Ladies roping class well received

Throughout the month of April, CCHS offered an adult education class dubbed "Girl's Can't Rope." The class, set up by Sarah Reynolds and Dalene Finstad, offered women the chance to learn the...

 

Fish & Wildlife Commission meets

The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission met April 19 and made the following decisions: • The Commission adopted the department’s Fiscal Year 2020/21 budget p priorities to work toward for the 2019 legislative session. For more information, conta...

 

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2019