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M.J. Murdock Trust invests in rural healthcare with large grant to Dahl Memorial

The M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust continued its investment in and commitment to rural healthcare in the Pacific Northwest with a recent grant of $142,500 to Dahl Memorial Healthcare. The grant will he...

 

Dahl announces new 'Lab Check' program

Since Dahl Memorial Healthcare was unable to hold an annual health fair this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the hospital will be offering screening labs at a lower cost to the community throughout the entire year. The new program, Lab Check, will...

 

July 4th fireworks display is a go

Carter County Chamber of Commerce’s annual Independence Day fireworks display is a go this year. Volunteer fire department members will be lighting off the display from the track and arena after dusk on July 4. In an effort to make donating...

 

Public library alters summer reading program

Due to the unforeseen circumstances of COVID-19, Ekalaka Public Library will not be hosting a regular summer reading program. The library is still encouraging children to read and challenge themselves over the summer by offering rewards for students...

 

CCHS student places third at Montana High School Rodeo Association State Finals

After a season cut short by a global pandemic and state closures of public events, the Montana High School Rodeo Championships closed the 2020 season in style in Baker Saturday. And they finished the...

 

Prehistoric road trip

A new three-part television series exploring prehistoric life across the Western U.S. is airing on PBS this summer. "Prehistoric Road Trip" takes viewers on an epic adventure through dinosaur country...

 
 By Raquel Williams    Local    June 19, 2020

COVID-19 updates

COVID-19 is a respiratory illness caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus. While this list does not include all possible symptoms of COVID-19, the most common symptoms include fever or chills, cough,...

 
 By Susan Metcalf    Voices    June 19, 2020

Cooking in the West

As Father’s Day approaches, the rivers and creeks are running high and muddy, which makes all of us happy--except those planning a Father’s Day fishing trip. This summer of social distancing makes camping and fishing the ideal pastime,...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: DADS are special people No home should be without. For every family will agree. They’re “SO NICE TO HAVE ABOUT.” They are a happy mixture of a “Small Boy” and a “Man.” And they’re very necessary, In every...

 

FWP to host "Be Bear Aware" on June 29 in Miles City

Black bears are among us in southeastern Montana, even if we don't often see them. Bears are constantly foraging for food, and it's not unusual for them to wander into residential areas where they...

 

Bullock announces $8.7 million in emergency grants to education entities

Governor Steve Bullock recently announced $8.7 million in federal grants will be distributed to education entities across the state to ramp up remote learning opportunities, technology infrastructure, and workforce training opportunities. “Our teac...

 

Q's Health News

Often, women are more concerned about taking care of others than taking care of themselves. I know I do – I do my best to make sure my daughter has clean clothes, food she’ll eat, things to do. Now that she’s a tween, she is pretty good at...

 

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