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Explore the night sky at Makoshika State Park

(Glendive, MT) – Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) invites you to explore the night skies at Makoshika State Park with special astronomy events on June 19 and 22. Did you know that more than...

 
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Blast off into summertime reading

Ekalaka Public Library is once again offering a summer reading program. All children ages three and up are invited to attend. This year’s theme is all about space. Two different age groups will meet on Tuesdays, starting June 18, and continuing on...

 

New pharmacy to open in July

Pharmacist Michelle Mehling plans to open Dahl Memorial Healthcare Community Pharmacy on July 1. "It has been a two-year process," she told the Eagle on Tuesday. Ekalaka hasn't had a pharmacy since...

 

Stieg wins twice at weekend Bump-N-Run

Fourteen super stock cars, three pickups and five modified cars raced at Ekalaka's bump-n-run at the airport on Saturday. A cool, rainy day resulted in a muddy track that needed no extra water on it...

 
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Coming to Ekalaka June 30th

The Benson Family Singers are a family music group from Faribault, Minnesota. Peter and Rachelle, along with their four sons, David, Aaron, Luke, and Paul have a unique ministry consisting of...

 
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"BBs & Bows in the Badlands": Families can spend a day outdoors June 22

On Saturday, June 22, youths ages 9 and older who enjoy spending time outdoors can participate in a day devoted to developing outdoor skills and knowledge in a variety of hands-on activities. “BBs & Bows in the Badlands” will run from about 1-7...

 

Houghton "H.B." Burch

Houghton "H.B." Burch, 99, of Belle Fourche passed away June 8, 2019 at the Ft. Meade VA Hospice in Sturgis, SD. H.B. was born September 3, 1919 in Ridgeway, MT to Robert and Aleta (McDaniel) Burch....

 

State officials suggest steps to prevent West Nile Virus

State and local public health officials are reminding Montanans to take steps to avoid mosquito bites and prevent infection with West Nile Virus (WNV). In Montana, WNV season usually begins in July and ends in October, as this is when the mosquitoes...

 
 By Dean Meyer    Voices    June 14, 2019

HAT TIPS

Hello, I suppose you’ve learned over the years that I like kids and horses. I grew up in a family that liked kids and horses. We would trim horses up and go to the races in Kenmare, or the Fourth of July parade in Berthold. We went to play days in...

 
 By Lois Lambert    Voices    June 14, 2019

Bright Ideas

This article is not about marijuana, often called “grass”, no, it’s about ground covers. Town property owners are required to maintain their lawns with grass mowed to acceptable levels. And most try to do that, mowing between rains sometimes....

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, spiritually significant men in our lives bless us in countless ways. First, is my father; because of his type of work, we were able to begin our day together at breakfast as he led in our family altar. We w...

 

Beyers graduates from basic

U.S. Air Force Airman Adam E. Beyers graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included...

 

134th Annual Montana Newspaper Association Convention

The 134th Annual Convention of the Montana Newspaper Association was held June 7 & 8 in Big Sky, Montana. Association members chose Kellyn Brown of the Flathead Beacon as the 2019-2020 President. Erin Leonard of the Madisonian was elected 1st Vice...

 

Sage grouse program seeking comment on Sage Grouse Stewardship Grant Applications

HELENA, Mont -- The Montana Sage Grouse Habitat Conservation Program is soliciting public comment on proposed uses of the Montana Sage Grouse Habitat Stewardship Fund to benefit sage grouse and conserve important sage grouse habitats. MSGOT requests...

 

Carey graduates

Trent Michael Carey graduated June 1 from Bellevue University, Bellevue, Nebraska. He received a degree in Cybersecurity. Trent is the son of Jon and Lynn Carey, Dickinson, North Dakota; and Shannon...

 

EPEDC attends House Bill 52 signing

Executive Director of Eastern Plains Economic Development Corporation, Beth Epley, attended Governor Steve Bullock's signing of House Bill 52, an economic development priority piece of legislation...

 

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