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Two events will make for a busy weekend

Area residents will have the opportunity to enjoy a busy, event-filled weekend in Ekalaka. On Saturday, the Annual Ekalaka Bump-N-Run is taking place at Ekalaka Airport, with races beginning at noon. There will be generous room on the bleachers for...

 

Diving In

Swimming lessons started this week at Emswiler Pool in Ekalaka. The lessons started later than originally planned due to a problem with a heater. A second set of lessons will take place July...

 

Museum receives Humanities Montana CARES Act relief funds

Carter County Museum recently received $5,000 through Humanities Montana's CARES grant program. This rapid-response funding provides general operating support to cultural organizations in the state...

 

The Art of Emergency Care lands at CCM

Carter County Museum, in collaboration with the National EMS Museum, presents The Art of Emergency Care exhibition opening June 27, 2020 in the Central Schoolhouse Gallery. The exhibit features...

 

COVID-19 updates

COVID-19 continues to be transmitted throughout Montana. As of Tuesday morning, there were 743 positive cases in Montana, but ZERO cases have been reported in Carter County. Also, the United States...

 
 By Susan Metcalf    Voices    June 26, 2020

Cooking in the West

Summer is the time when I decide to roll up my sleeves and clean out some junk. However, my parents were children of the Great Depression, so I can still hear their voices ringing in my ears when I think about pitching stuff that could potentially...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: Respect, what is respect, Lord? It seems like our idea of respect has really changed in the last decade or two, wouldn’t You say so, too, Lord? Perchance, do any of us even remember that, in essence, respect might be...

 

Bullock announces new loan deferment program for Montana businesses

Last week, Governor Steve Bullock announced the creation of a loan deferment program to assist Montana businesses impacted by COVID-19. The Montana Loan Deferment Program will allow businesses and other entities to defer payments on existing loans...

 

Unemployment rate declines to 9.0% in May

Governor Bullock recently announced Montana’s unemployment rate improved considerably in May due to strong job growth dropping 2.9 percentage points to 9.0%. In April, the Montana unemployment rate was at 11.9%. The Montana unemployment rate...

 

Progress on Dahl Facility

Progress on the new Dahl memorial Healthcare facility as of June 24....

 

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