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School celebrates Arbor Day

On April 29th, Ekalaka Elementary students celebrated Arbor Day with an afternoon full of presentations and programs. The day's events were put together by fourth grade teacher Johanna Tooke....

 

Williams and Williams elected to school board

Votes were tallied Tuesday night for the recent school election. Unofficial results show that Lynn Williams and Tye B. Williams have been elected to fill three-year terms as trustees for Ekalaka...

 

Days of '85 planning

It is time to get the activity poster for the 2021 Days of ‘85 Fair and Rodeo completed, printed and ready for distribution. The deadline to get an activity listed on this year’s poster is May 28. Any church, youth group, civic group, family,...

 

Carter County Public Health COVID-19 vaccine appointments

Public Health Nurse Trish Loughlin will be available for COVID-19 vaccination shot appointments on Wednesday, May 12 and Wednesday, May 19. To schedule an appointment or for more information call 406-775-6332. Offices are currently located in the...

 
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Memorial Day activities, May 31

Memorial Day services will begin at 11 a.m. on Monday, May 31, at Beaver Lodge Cemetery. Veterans performing the services should arrive at 10:30 a.m. During the service, members of VFW Auxiliary will honor fallen soldiers by placing a white cross...

 

School District 56 election results

Votes for the Alzada School District 56 trustee mail ballot election were counted on Tuesday evening at Carter County Courthouse. Unofficial results show that Miranda Hendrickson has been elected to fill a three-year term as trustee, defeating...

 

Ekalaka Public Schools honor student-athletes

On April 29, Ekalaka Public Schools honored all student-athletes in grades 5-12 for the 2020-2021 sports seasons at a program held in the CCHS Tuggle room. Junior high volleyball players receiving...

 

Legislative update

“Sine Die!”, declared Representative Brad Tschida, with that the 67th session of the Montana Legislature ended at about five P.M. Thursday, April 29th. Lots of hugs, handshakes and goodbyes...

 

MSU Extension launches survey to understand Montana's 'Brain Gain'

Migration of young adults out of rural communities for college or jobs in larger communities is shown in the U.S. Census data. In contrast, the Census also reflects a trend of in-migration of people aged 30-49 to rural counties. A new survey...

 

CCHS Track results

Glendive Elk’s Invitational Saturday, May 1, 2021 Oakland Athletic Complex at Perham Field MENS 100 Meters 39. Ethan Frye, 13.06 45. Brennen Bonsell, 13.36 51. Ryker Carroll, 13.83 200 Meters 27. Ethan Frye , 26.85 40. Ryker Carroll, 28.35 110m...

 

A letter from Dahl Memorial on visitation

Dear Residents and Families: At DMHA, the health and safety of our residents is of utmost importance. Following up to date recommendations, we are changing our visitation policy, to allow for family visits, however, please do not visit if you are...

 

Maurice Overn

Funeral services for Maurice Theodore Overn, 98, of Capitol, MT, will be 2:00 p.m. Friday, May 7 at Little Missouri Lutheran Church in Capitol, MT. Burial will follow at the Little Missouri Cemetery....

 
 By Susan Metcalf    Voices    May 7, 2021

Cooking in the West

Sunday is Mother's Day, so I would like to wish all mothers a special day. Those of us who have lost our mothers realize how time spent with our mothers is more valuable than any other gift we could give or be given. I have never written a column...

 

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