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Junior high and high school sports physicals

Mark those calendars. Sports physicals for those entering fifth through twelfth grades will be held on June 19 and 26 for only $25. The fee is due at time of service and can be payed with cash, a check or a credit card. Girls’ sports physicals are...

 

Town deadline for candidate filing, June 17

The deadline for candidate filing for the town of Ekalaka primary election is Monday, June 17. Three council seats are up for election in this year’s 2019 Municipal Town of Ekalaka Election. Open seats include one 4-year term and two 2-year terms....

 

Annual electric meeting next Friday

The 2019 Southeast Electric Cooperative Annual Meeting will be held on June 14 in the large truck shop behind the cooperative’s office building. Southeast Electric believes that families are their foundation. To help celebrate families, the coop...

 

FIX earns MVP at Montana 6-Man All-Star Game

Last Saturday, Caleb Fix played in his final 6-Man football game. Fix, one of this year's six graduates from CCHS, was selected as this year's most valuable player for the Bulldogs back in April....

 
 By Lois Lambert    Voices    June 7, 2019

Bright Ideas

We’ve all been waiting too long for spring to arrive, for overnight lows to stay above freezing, for lilacs to bloom and fruit bearing bushes to flower, be pollinated, with the promise of wonderful tastes to come. Luckily that held off long enough...

 
 By Dean Meyer    Voices    June 7, 2019

Hat Tips

Hello, We branded a few days ago. Branding is one of the jobs that you kind of dread, but you kind of love. The two hardest parts of a branding bee are preparing food, and lining up the day. It begins with lining up a crew. You need several people....

 

Montana Stockgrowers to gather in Miles City, June 13-15

The Montana Stockgrowers Association is headed back to its roots – Miles City, Mont., for their MidYear Meeting on June 13-15, 2019. Montana's most influential cattlemen and women organization...

 

Be bear aware,even in Southeastern Montana

We don’t often think of Southeastern Montana as bear country, but it is. And just as elsewhere in Montana, people are encouraged to be aware of bears and to play a role in preventing conflicts. On Memorial Day around 6 p.m., game wardens from...

 

BLM names State Director for Montana/Dakotas office

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) today announced the appointment of a veteran land manager as the new Director for the Montana/Dakotas State Office. John J. Mehlhoff, an executive with the Office of Natural Resource Revenue stationed in Denver,...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, here’s a cute one on Love and Marriage – as it seems that June is sometimes THE month couples pick to marry, right? So – here’s’ some ’Food for Thought’! Man: How much is this sparkling diamon...

 

Roadwork completed at Makoshika State Park

(Glendive, MT) – When the starting gun sounds this weekend for the 30th Annual Buzzard Day Run at Makoshika State Park, participants will travel the fresh pavement of the park’s newly-completed road renovation. The project was completed Monday, J...

 
 By Hillary Sward    Regional    June 7, 2019

Modern Malta offers much to explore (part 2 of 2)

Malta has an appealing downtown that includes a state-of-the-art movie theater with surround sound joined by a healthy, self-sufficient variety of other businesses. You can find two lumberyards, a...

 

Celebrating together

A 75th birthday party was held in Belle Fourche on June 1 for cousins Maurice Davis and Lowell Cordell. Maurice's parents were Bud and Georgia Davis and Lowell's parents were Bob and Bessie (Davis)...

 

Tooke takes 2nd at State

In last week's Eagle article "Local FFA chapter ends busy year," one individual placing was inadvertently left out. Local eighth grader Katie Tooke took second place in the 2018-19 Montana FFA Jr....

 

Electric scholarship winners

The Southeast Electric Essay Scholarship is a $1,000.00 scholarship sponsored by Southeast Electric Cooperative, Inc. This year's recipient is Coven Kautzman. Kautzman was asked if she had unlimited...

 

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