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Articles from the May 10, 2019 edition

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Annual banquet

On Tuesday, Carter County High School seniors and their parents attended a banquet at the school. The annual event, hosted by Sagebrush Service Club, was catered by CCHS FCCLA. After a chicken...

 

Heritage Project kicks off conversations across Montana on funding the great outdoors

On May 2, 2019 a coalition of Montanans launched a public outreach effort to gather Montanans' ideas on how to enhance funding for private and public lands conservation, wildlife management, and...

 

A happy birthday

On May 3, Belle Wendelburg enjoyed celebrating her 98th birthday with lunch, cake and ice cream (her favorite flavor, maple nut) at Wagon Wheel Café in Ekalaka. Wendelburg's son, Gary, and friends...

 
 Events   

A night with the arts

On Tuesday, May 14 CCHS music, drama, and art classes will present “A Night with the Arts.” The program will include performances by the band, choir, and drama classes. The art class will have displays of their work for viewing, so people can...

 
 Events   

Surplus tree sale

The Carter County Conservation District will host a one day surplus tree sale on May 10 at the district shed on Central Avenue North in Ekalaka from 2 to 6 p.m. The surplus plants will be sold on a first come, first served basis. The district has a...

 

Days of '85 not far away

The Carter County Days of ‘85 Fair and Rodeo will be held from August 8 through 11 this year and plans are already in the works. The calendar year is already a third of the way over and it is time to plan for some fun with friends and neighbors....

 

Donate to veterans

The Carter County 4-H Ambassador team is calling on all community members to help donate to veterans. The ambassadors will place boxes around town at the following businesses and locations: Branson’s Grocery, The Guest House, Dawg House Pub, A & A...

 

Lila Douglas

Lila Claire Finch Douglas went home to her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, in the early hours of Monday April 29, 2019. Lila was born August 13, 1930 to Ozroe D. Finch and Helen Beryl George Finch in...

 
 By Dean Meyer    Voices    May 10, 2019

Hat Tips

Hello, Happy seis de Mayo! Seis de Mayo is the day after Cinco de Mayo. Not many people celebrate it, but I do. It is one day closer to the Miles City Bucking Horse Sale. Yesterday was Cinco de Mayo. They don’t celebrate it much in Mexico. It’s...

 
 By Lois Lambert    Voices    May 10, 2019

Bright Ideas

Sunday was Cinco de Mayo (May 5), a holiday meant to commemorate the Battle of Puebla, fought between the Mexican and French armies in 1862. In Mexico’s history, it’s generally considered a minor event. But a century and a half later, it is still...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, as Mother’s Day approaches, we remember Mom and her hands which were always busy. They were wrinkled, shriveled and maybe a bit weak having been ‘tools’ she used in her life to reach out, grab hold...

 

Technical issues affect online license sales

Due to a host of technical difficulties, many hunters who were trying to purchase nonresident Surplus Elk Combo licenses online were unable to complete their transactions. Over the next 10 days, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will be contacting by...

 
 By Hillary Sward    Regional    May 10, 2019

Old west beef empires launched town of Malta

U.S. Highway 191 climbs a steep grade out of the Missouri River bottoms north of the bridge at the James Kipp Recreation Area. As it gains the upper extent of the river breaks, a far-reaching, high...

 

Landowner kills wolf chasing dogs in Little Belts

A rancher shot and killed an adult male wolf chasing his dogs shortly after sunrise May 2 on private land bordering the Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest near the head of Little Otter Creek, northeast of Monarch in the Little Belt Mountains....

 

Superior at state

On Friday, May 3, Mr. Del Raso, Mrs. Cathy Frye and Jaelee Strangford traveled to Billings for the State Music Festival held at Billings Senior High School. Accompanied by Mrs. Frye on piano, Jaelee...

 

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