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Chamber meeting set for June 11

Carter County Chamber of Commerce will be meeting on Thursday, June 11 at 6 p.m. inside The Law Office of Jennifer A. Williams. At the meeting, fireworks for the Fourth of July will be discussed, as will the Days of ‘85 parade and the chamber’s...

 

Graduating seniors received scholarships and honors

The CCHS Class of 2020 has been awarded $130,000 in scholarships to date. Following is a list of the entire classes awards and scholarships. Grace Tooke received the Basin Electric Scholarship, Youth Serve Montana Scholarship, MUS STEM Scholarship,...

 

A wet start to June

According to the National Weather Service, Ekalaka received 1.05 inches of rain on Sunday evening. The downpour came in a matter of minutes a left some of Ekalaka's streets underwater for a short...

 

Dahl Memorial, town levies approved by voters

Countywide voter turnout for the primary election was much higher than it was in 2018 as seventy-three percent of the county’s 885 registered voters returned mail ballots by 8 p.m. on Tuesday. Precinct 13 (Ekalaka) and Precinct 14 (Rural Ekalaka)...

 

Grimes elected to Visit Southeast Montana board

Visit Southeast Montana welcomed three new members to the Board of Directors during its April 29 board meeting. Eva Grimes of Carter County, Jamie Redger of Big Horn County and Kathy McLane of Dawson...

 

Gwen Setinc

Memorial services for Gwen Setinc, 96, of Baker, will be 11 a.m. Monday, June 8, 2020 at Stevenson Funeral Home, Baker with Pastor Scott Kiehn officiating. Burial will follow at Bonnievale Cemetery....

 

David Schwab

David James Schwab, 82, of Oskaloosa died Monday, May 11, 2020, at the Oskaloosa Care Center in Oskaloosa. He was born May 19, 1937, in Iowa City, Iowa, the son of George and Iola Trusler Schwab....

 
 By Raquel Williams    Local    June 5, 2020

COVID-19 updates

COVID-19 continues to be transmitted throughout Montana and the world. However, there are zero positive cases of COVID-19 in Carter County. As of Tuesday afternoon, Montana has 523 positive cases of...

 
 By Susan Metcalf    Voices    June 5, 2020

Cooking in the West

As the sun sets on the primary elections in Montana this week, and the general election looms ahead, the candidates have had a Covid-19 impacted campaign. They couldn't hold meet and greets, shake hands and hand out brochures, or kiss babies. Having...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, sometimes words and sayings are downright fascinating. One wonders how some such phrases came about. Listening to conversations at a loving family reunion, a long while ago, these sayings were overheard:...

 

Baby Young

Ana-Lucia Marie arrived on May 28, 2020 to the delight of her parents, Jesse & Zebrina Young. The little one was born at 6:07 p.m. at the University of New Mexico Hospital weighing 8 pounds 15...

 

The Pitfalls of Nativism

John F. Kennedy, from an Irish ancestry, said in regards to nativism, “But emotions of xenophobia – hatred of foreigners – and of nativism - the policy of keeping America ‘pure’ … continue to thrive.” Nowadays this quote might trigger...

 

Department of Livestock promotes consumption of pasteurized milk

As Montanans are turning to locally sourced food in the face of possible disruptions caused by the COVID-19 virus, the Montana Department of Livestock cautions the public against consumption of raw (unpasteurized) milk and raw milk products....

 

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