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County reopens for regular business

On April 22, Governor Bullock announced a phased program for gradually reopening the State of Montana allowing more normal routines that were enjoyed prior to the COVID-19 shutdown. A motion was made...

 

Days of '85 planning

Though it’s difficult to plan summertime events given the current health pandemic, with a little bit of luck and careful actions taken, Ekalaka might really be able to enjoy this year’s Days of ‘85, scheduled for August 6, 7, 8 and 9. It is...

 

Bullock announces plan to begin phased reopening of Montana

Last Wednesday, Governor Steve Bullock announced plans for a gradual and phased reopening of the state beginning Sunday for individuals, and extending to businesses on Monday. “There are very few states in the country that can say they have seen...

 

Primary ballots to be mailed May 8th

Carter County Election Administrator Pam Castleberry said this week that ballots for Montana's primary election will be mailed to Carter County voters on Friday, May 8. Locally, there are only two...

 

COVID-19 updates

As of April 28th, Carter County had zero cases of COVID-19, and Montana had 451 cases; of those cases, 356 have recovered. On April 22nd, Governor Bullock held a press conference that laid out plans...

 

Leroy "Whitey" Jardee

Funeral services for Leroy "Whitey" Jardee, 73, of Ekalaka will be 2 p.m., Friday May 1, 2020 at Stevenson Funeral Home of Ekalaka. Due to COVID-19, social distancing guidelines will be in practice....

 

Letter to the editor

I am writing to thank you for your past support of the Dahl Memorial Healthcare Association operating mill levy. I am requesting your continued support for the mill levy for operational assistance. The importance of the levy is more than for the...

 

COVID update

Dear Fellow Eastern Montanan, As rapidly as this situation is moving, no doubt some of this news will be outdated by the time you read this, but here is the situation as of April 22: The Governor held a press conference today where he outlined a...

 

Cooking in the West

I am pretty sure that everyone has grown weary of trying to find humor in a pandemic. However, since the whole world is in a state of virus-induced depression, I think we need good belly laughs now more than ever. One of the best laughs I have had...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, everyone knows that You answer prayers, but few realize that You are apt to give one of three answers. We all expect Your answer to be a resounding “Yes!” – and preferable answered yesterday. We take...

 
 By Bill Lavell    Voices    May 1, 2020

Working for Thulesens

I was released from the Army in March, 1959. I worked around town, Miles City, for several months in various jobs. After working several months in these less than memorable jobs, I went to work for Jim and Bettylou Thulesen on their ranch out by...

 

One million newspaper pages now online

A whopping 1 million pages of Montana’s newspapers, and the stories they carried about lives, deaths and everything in between, are now available with the click of a few computer keys through a Montana Historical Society project. The Digitized Mont...

 

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