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Articles from the July 29, 2022 edition

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Dino Shindiggery success: Museum sees 663 weekly visitors

Numbers from one of the biggest yearly events in Ekalaka have started to come in. The 10th Annual Dino Shindig once again did not disappoint dino enthusiasts in attendance and provided a boost for...

 
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Youth market sale during Days of '85

The public is invited to attend the Carter County 4-H and FFA livestock market sale on Saturday, August 13, beginning at 3:30 p.m. The annual sale will take place at the fairgrounds show arena in...

 

4-H news

The Gumbo Gophers 4-H club recently held their annual community barbecue and fundraiser for the Alzada Fire Department and their club. The 4-H Club wants to thank all those who attended and made the evening a successful event. A great meal was...

 
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Pet parade nearing

The Carter County Fair board and Alkali, Inc. are excited to see what the community comes up with for the fair’s pet parade this year. The theme is “How the West was won in Carter County.” Dress your pet and yourselves depicting your idea of...

 

Tookes named 2022 parade marshals

Greg and Susan Tooke moved to Ekalaka in 1976. With a degree in veterinary medicine, Greg had always wanted to return home to set up a vet clinic. Susan was dubious but was in lust at the time, and...

 

Lynn Householder

Funeral service for Lynn Householder, 93, of Ismay, MT, will be 10:00 a.m., Thursday, July 28, 2022 at American Lutheran Church in Baker, MT. Visitation will take place one hour prior to the service a...

 

Ronald Lee "Hotch" Purdum

Ron was born in Ekalaka, MT on May 9, 1932. He passed away on July 20, 2022 in Dallas, TX due to a stroke, exacerbated by Alzheimer's. His life had a hardscrabble beginning, but his natural...

 
 By Susan Metcalf    Voices    July 29, 2022

Cooking in the West

The 4-H Fair is this week in our county. I hope all moms and dads remember there is a fine line between extremely supportive and downright crazy! Having been a 4-H mom, I can tell you it is much less stressful to be a 4-H grandma! 4-H and FFA Fairs...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, sometimes Charity does not involve money/cash. More or less, it helps if a person is in a giving mood to give many different things, maybe like clothes, blankets, even art, a stove, maybe even an...

 

USDA searching for innovations in climate-smart agriculture and soil health

On Tuesday The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced it will invest $25 million this year for the Conservation Innovation Grants (CIG) On-Farm Conservation Innovation Trials program. Through CIG, partners work to address our nation's water...

 
 By Dana Jansen    Voices    July 29, 2022

Know limits when working outdoors in the summer

When there is work to be done there is work to be done. The tasks that farmers and ranchers are faced with are pressing, time-sensitive, and rarely can be done from inside a climate-controlled room. Add in unpredictable weather and already challengin...

 

All-around winners

All-around winners from Ekalaka Track and Arena’s Youth Rodeo on July 16 were: Boys 7 & Under: Cooper Caster Boys 8-11: Trayden Taylor Boys 12-14: Tucker Turbiville Boys 15-18: Nathan Hoffman Girls 7 & Under: Addilynn Jackson Girls 8-11: Kenzlee...

 

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