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Ernest Tooke Memorial Match Bronc Ride

Nearly perfect weather with a high temperature of around 73 degrees provided a large crowd of spectators a pleasant afternoon to enjoy the Ernest Tooke Memorial Match Bronc Ride and Futurity on Sunday...

 
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Summer reading program begins July 26

Ekalaka Public Library is once again offering a summer reading program. All children ages three and up are invited to attend. Two different age groups will meet each day beginning Tuesday, July 26th, and ending Friday, July 29th. Potty trained...

 
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Public comment session scheduled for aging services

The Area Agency on Aging, in partnership with Action for Eastern Montana, will be hosting a public comment session at the Carter County Senior Citizens Center on Tuesday, July 19th. The session, set to begin at 1 p.m., will be held for the purpose...

 
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Junior high and high school sports physicals

Mark those calendars. Sports physicals for those entering fifth through twelfth grades in Carter County will be held July 11th through July 15th, between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. A $25 fee is due at time of service and can be payed with cash, a check or a...

 

Superintendent Ely resigns

After nearly two years at Ekalaka Public Schools, the first part of which was spent as principal, Superintendent Stephen Ely recently resigned. Ely notified the board of his resignation in a letter se...

 

Junior Scientist program underway at CCM

Carter County Museum kicked off its summer Junior Scientist program with a series of paleontology-themed activities throughout the month of June. The young scientists have investigated coprolites,...

 

Richard Peterson

Richard Delano "Dick" Peterson passed away peacefully in his sleep on his ninth day in Hospice at Holy Rosary Residential Living. Dick was born in Mill Iron, MT at the family homestead on January 15th...

 

High marks for college students from the area

Rocky Mountain College recently announced the 2022 spring semester dean’s list which includes students who maintained a 3.60 to 3.99 grade point average. Mick O’Connor of Ekalaka maintained a 4.0 GPA throughout the semester. Tylee Loehding of...

 
 By Susan Metcalf    Voices    July 1, 2022

Cooking in the West

This is the time of year when I occasionally volunteer to do other's chores while they slip away for a day or two for a pre-haying vacation that usually lasts one day and involves a rodeo. Recently, we were tasked with taking care of our daughter's...

 

Letter to the editor

Thank you for covering the Ernest Tooke Memorial Match Bronc Ride! It brought back a great memory of going with my father to the Tooke ranch to ride broncs. They paid him $3 a horse to buck them out to see which rodeo they would want to send them...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know Lord, Flag Day’s past, 4th of July’s ahead; a friend shared about a soldier’s funeral; The American Flag Folded 13 Times: The first fold of our flag is a symbol of life. The second fold is a symbol of our...

 

Governor dedicates $5 million to support tourism reliant businesses impacted by flooding

Governor Greg Gianforte recently announced the state is accepting applications for $5 million in grant funding to assist tourism reliant businesses impacted by flooding in Carbon, Park, and Stillwater Counties. “Last week in Gardiner, I met with th...

 

New sign for conservation district

The Carter County Conservation District recently put up new signage off of Highway 7 at the Fallon County/Carter County line. Doug and Grafton Bonsell donated their time to put up the sign on the...

 

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