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Articles from the August 21, 2020 edition

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Annual hospital meeting set for September 17

Mark your calendar to attend Dahl Memorial Healthcare Association’s Annual Meeting. The meeting will be held September 17, starting at 6 p.m. at Carter County Events Center. This is an opportunity to get a current update on the progress of the new...

 

Taking a tour

U.S. Senator Steve Daines was in Ekalaka last Thursday to take a tour of Dahl Memorial Healthcare's new construction project. Afterwards, he grabbed some lunch to-go from Wagon Wheel Café and...

 

A potential field

Local baseball and softball supporters have been trying to get a new ball field in Ekalaka since the county elected to fence off the old field that sat between the fairgrounds and high school...

 

Jane (Moholt) Brewster

Funeral services for Jane Brewster, of Ekalaka, will be 11:00 a.m. Thursday, August 20, 2020 at the First Baptist Church in Ekalaka with Pastor Steve DeFord officiating. Burial will take place in...

 

Gale A. "Griz" Welch

Gale A. "Griz" Welch, 80, of Missoula passed away on August 14, 2020 at St. Patrick's Hospital. Gale was born in Ekalaka, MT. on August 17, 1939 to Delbert "Jerry" Welch & Eleanora Frye Welch. He...

 

Cooking in the West

This week, most parents are celebrating the fact that their children are going back to school after the longest summer break on record due to the Coronavirus. The exceptions to these celebrations are usually the moms of kindergarteners and the moms...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, the way ‘things’ are going on right now with ‘Sheltering In’, etc. a friend suggested a ‘Joy Box. ‘A joy box? What is a Joy Box?’ “Oh, everyone should have one,” our friend exclaimed....

 

Bullock announces fire fund doubled

Governor Steve Bullock recently announced that the fire fund has doubled to its statutory maximum and that the state of Montana is well equipped to manage the uncertainty ahead created by the pandemic due to sufficient budget reserves of over $600...

 

Memories

I will continue to share information about the Tie Creek community with an article by Wesley Brewer who told about the company that came to the area to cut trees, made railroad ties, built dams, and in the spring of 1884 with high water and blown...

 

Montana COVID-19 cases

As of Tuesday, August 18, Montana reports a cumulative total of 5,846 confirmed COVID-19 cases, including 57 new cases since yesterday, 1,556 active cases, and 84 deaths from the disease. State...

 

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