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Residents invited to join local concert band

Newly hired Ekalaka Public Schools music teacher Nate Louisignau recently announced that he is forming a local concert band. Any southeastern Montana resident who is a high school freshman or older is invited to participate. The Carter County...

 

Sports physicals make-up day, July 24

A make-up day for sports physicals for all local athletes in grades 5-12 will be held on Wednesday, July 24 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Dahl Memorial Clinic. Physicals cost only $25 and payment is due at the time of service. MHSA pre-participation physi...

 
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Dahl Memorial ice bucket challenge

Dahl Memorial Healthcare employees who would like to see the new facility include a walking path around the block of the facility have taken matters into their own hands. The safe, four-foot-wide...

 
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3 on 3 tourney in Baker slated for July 26

The 2019 Baker Hoop It Up 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament is scheduled for July 26, beginning at 9 a.m. in downtown Baker. The tournament, sponsored by Baker Chamber of Commerce, will be held in conjunction with Crazy Days. Boys and girls in grades...

 

Stapleton visits Carter County on Things That Matter Outreach Tour

Montana Secretary of State Corey Stapleton spent June 26 in Ekalaka learning from local officials and the business community about ways his office can better promote democracy, help commerce thrive...

 

Shakespeare in the Parks

Over seventy people attended Montana Shakespeare in the Parks' performance of "Henry IV, Part 1" on Monday evening in Ekalaka. The performance was sponsored by Sagebrush Service Club and enjoyed on...

 

Rudy Wintermute

Rudy Delano Wintermute, 81, of Ekalaka, MT, passed away Friday, June 28, 2019 with Step daughter, Melanie by his side. Rudy was born April 3, 1938 at the homestead near Alzada, MT to Virgil and Ella...

 
 By Dean Meyer    Voices    July 5, 2019

HAT TIPS

Hello, I don’t care much for fireworks. I don’t know if I ever really did. Seems like a lot of money to put up in smoke. And besides that, living just a couple miles out of town makes it a lot worse. You see, most cities, especially if it is...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, there are as many ideas and thoughts about anything as there are unique individuals! If ten people were discussing firecrackers, 4th of July, picnics, America, freedom of speech, war, you name it, and...

 

2019 Summit Basketball Camp

The 6th Annual Summit Basketball Camp, named after the legendary women’s college basketball coach Pat Summit, was held June 20-22 in Ekalaka. This year over 130 campers participated. Organizers are thankful for the ongoing support of the camp,...

 

Black bear near Forsyth captured, safely relocated

A young black bear that had been getting into garbage in and around Forsyth in recent days was successfully trapped, tranquilized, tagged and relocated to a remote area Thursday by Montana Fish,...

 

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