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 By Ryan OConnell    Local    July 6, 2018

Tornadoes straddle county line

After thirty years of work, everything was gone in 7 minutes, Julie Davis said. A tornado touched down south of Camp Crook Thursday night, destroying one home on Doug and Julie Davis' property. No one...

 By Ryan OConnell    Local    July 6, 2018

Electric crews restore power

Southeast Electric Cooperative, Inc. crews were out until midnight Thursday, June 28 maintaining lines, rerouting power and repairing storm damage. The crews were back out by 6 a.m. Friday. The majority of power outages occurred at 8:50 p.m....

 By Ryan OConnell    Local    July 6, 2018

Bradys serve final congregate meal

Shannon and Tina Brady served their last meal at the Carter County Senior Citizen Center Friday, on a morning Shannon described as "peaceful." The Bradys have been serving sandwiches, soups, fish,...


Shaking up Shakespeare

"They have been at a great feast of languages and stol'n the scraps." So says the page to his illiterate friend, watching the writing-men at work. In "Love's Labour's Lost," the scholars are quickly...

 By Elin Kittelmann    Events   

Products of the Prairie summer markets

Products of the Prairie is striving to create a family-friendly community event that strengthens the local economy, brings people together and inspires small, locally-owned businesses. The markets will have activities for kids and adults,...

 By Ryan OConnell    Local    July 6, 2018

New generator for Ekalaka public schools

Ekalaka public schools have received a grant through Montana Disaster and Emergency Services in the amount of $64,631.50 to be used for a new generator. Carter County was not required to match the...

 By Ryan OConnell    Local    July 6, 2018

Into the woods on a full stomach

An odd mixture of activities brought adventurers, eaters and adventurous eaters to the Custer Gallatin National Forest Saturday to witness what happens when you mix an atlatl, a dutch oven and...

 By Sabre Moore    Events   

Carter County Museum beams up UFO program

The Carter County Geological Society will host the Montana Conversations program "Montana UFOs and Extraterrestrials" with Joan Bird on July 12. The program will be at Carter County Museum at 6 p.m....

 By Elin Kittelmann    Events   

Mark your calendar for annual summer weed tours

inning of the Annual Summer Weed Tour. These tours include guest speakers and help inform farmers and ranchers of the different varieties of native and invasive plants, along with different land and livestock grazing strategies. The first tour:...


Upcoming USDA Farm Service Agency deadlines for farmers and ranchers

In order to comply with FSA program eligibility requirements, all producers, including livestock producers, are encouraged to visit their local FSA office to file an accurate crop certification report by the applicable deadline. The 2018 Acreage...

 By Dean Meyer    Voices    July 6, 2018

Hat Tips

Hello, You haven’t seen me around lately. No, this isn’t a repeat of last week’s column. Although I have been known to do that. The reason for my disappearance this week is hay. Now, I know hay is not real exciting. Hay is not real funny. Hay...


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