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Articles from the June 22, 2018 edition

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 By Ryan OConnell    Local    June 22, 2018

Plesiosaur patrol

Carter County Museum employees visited a friend last Friday when they dug into a plesiosaur buried in the southern part of the county. Even with GPS coordinates, they had difficulty finding the fossil...

 
 By Ryan OConnell    Local    June 22, 2018

Dig a hole, fill it up

Mountains towered up on either side... One in the distance was like a church with gable and steeple... - 1865 diary of Lyman G. Bennett, civilian engineering officer Sherry Farwell remembers his...

 
 Events   

American Legion fish fry, July 4

Local American Legion Post 60 will host a fish fry July 4 as a fundraiser for the post’s community projects. The event will be held at the Wagon Wheel Cafe in Ekalaka from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. A free will donation will be asked for the meal which,...

 

Local students succeed

Alissa Wolenetz, Class of 2014 Carter County High School, has graduated from Stanford University with a bachelor's degree in Comparative Literature. Wolenetz earned departmental honors, with distinction. Wolenetz will help on her grandmother Judi...

 

No sun, still fun

Dark skies, wind and rain didn't stop Shaun-tey Kerr from being first in Emswiler Pool this year. Saturday's opening weather wasn't optimal, but Shaun-tey said she'd been waiting her whole life for...

 

Letter to the editor

A short while ago, I sent a letter to our Mayor, Mrs. Fix, stating my concerns about the Town of Ekalaka’s proposal to remove pavement from Mormon Avenue and replace it with gravel. To date, I have received no response from her. At the same time,...

 
 By Lois Lambert    Voices    June 22, 2018

Bright Ideas

Years ago, when I lived in Billings, I’d walk to the bus stop downtown and get on the bus headed to Rimrock Mall. I just had to be careful not to buy more than I could carry. Not many people were on the bus; just mentally and physically...

 

2018 Summit Basketball Camp

Two dozen basketballs and over 50 pairs of feet drummed a stampede in Carter County High School's gymnasium Monday afternoon during Summit Basketball Camp. Coach Kayla Olsen froze the chaos of neon...

 
 By Dean Meyer    Voices    June 22, 2018

Hat Tips

Hello, I think maybe the rain we had over the weekend was one for the books. It’s not many times in your life when we get a June rain like this. Most reports are from one to three inches. And it came straight down! Here, in the Dakotas, rain and...

 

McInerney wins Wyoming State High School Rodeo All-Around Title

Denver - Tanner McInerney has won the Wyoming State High School Rodeo All-Around Title. The win qualifies him for the National High School Finals Rodeo held in Rock Springs, Wyoming, July 15-21. The H...

 

Chamber seeks fireworks donations

The Carter County Chamber of Commerce is once again sponsoring an Independence Day celebration on Main Street in Ekalaka on the evening of Wednesday, July 4. At dusk there will be a fireworks display for all to enjoy. The bash on main will include...

 

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