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Articles from the May 11, 2018 edition

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Dahl Memorial selects Tooke for CEO position

Dahl Memorial Healthcare Association board members recently selected Ryan Tooke to fill the vacant chief executive officer (CEO) position. Tooke brings both experience and education to the position....

 

Snowfall falls short of record

This winter, the Ekalaka area received 80.2 inches of snow. That’s the second highest total since the winter of 1999-2000. The highest total since that winter, and on record, came in 2009 when Ekalaka got 95.4”. However, some records prior to...

 

Service Club hosts annual banquet

On Tuesday, the senior class of Carter County High and their parents attended a banquet at the school. The banquet is organized and hosted each year by Sagebrush Service Club. Susan Tooke of the club...

 
 Events   

Supper, silent auction to be held next Friday

St. Elizabeth Lutheran Church is sponsoring a pancake supper and silent auction on Friday, May 18. All proceeds from the event will benefit Matt and Ami Nies and their new baby girl, Braelie. The supper will begin at 5:00 p.m. at Carter County...

 

Auxiliary plans Memorial Day picnic

The Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Auxiliary to Post #7885 in Ekalaka invites visitors, friends, and relatives who will be in town attending the local Memorial Day Service at Beaver Lodge Cemetery on May 28 to a picnic and social at the Events...

 

Mid-Rivers awards 27 scholarships totaling $39,000 to area students

Mid-Rivers Communications is proud to announce the recipients of 27 Scholarships to students from the Cooperative’s service area. Six $1,500 scholarships were awarded to students planning to attend either Dawson Community College or Miles...

 
 Events   

Blood drive May 22

An area blood drive has been scheduled for Tuesday, May 22 at Carter County Events Center. The drive will take place from 1:45 to 5:30 p.m. Donors can make an appointment by calling Darlene Carter at 775-6431. As always, walk-ins are also...

 
 By Lois Lambert    Voices    May 11, 2018

Bright Ideas

If you read this on Thursday, I’ll be making my least favorite trip to Billings. If I have my new wheelchair, the trip will be more comfortable. The trip is to have the treatment for jaw pain. That treatment had been scheduled originally for the...

 
 By Pat Strickland    Opinion    May 11, 2018

Letter to the editor

In regards to the town’s proposal to remove and discard the pavement on Mormon Avenue, the replacement of water and sewer mains, and the resurfacing of the street with gravel, I am totally against the idea. I have a number of concerns in regard to...

 

Livestock per capita fee payments due May 31

Helena – The Montana Department of Revenue this week mailed 2018 livestock per capita fee bills to livestock owners. Payment is due by May 31. Livestock owners can pay online at ReportYourLivestock.mt.gov or by mail with a check. March 1 was the...

 
 By Dean Meyer    Voices    May 11, 2018

Hat Tips

Hello, I think for many people, May is the best month of the year. Grass is greening up, calving is winding down, farmers are starting to curry the ground, and the flies and mosquitoes haven’t really got going yet. So you can have a drink on the...

 

Tracksters compete in Miles City

John Polich Invitational Saturday, May 5 - Miles City Community Track Mens 100 Meters 30) Max Larson, 12.24 53) Mick O'Connor, 13.59 200 Meters 25) Max Larson, 25.22 400 Meters 32) Mick O'Connor,...

 

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