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Days of '85 rodeo results

SATURDAY Saddle Bronc 1) Caden McCarthy, 68 pts 2) Kaden Wood, 65 pts Bareback N/A Ranch Bronc 1) Sage Kvien, 75 pts 2) Connor McCalmont, 69 pts 3) Cole Rehm, 68 pts 4) George Cassios 67 pts Bull Ridi...

 

Mid-Rivers pays out more than $1 million in capital credits

On August 19, 2022, Mid-Rivers Communications released a payment of capital credits to the Cooperative’s members and patrons, with a capital credit retirement totaling approximately $1,074,000. The 2022 retirement is comprised of the remaining...

 

New gate, activity fees at Ekalaka Public Schools

Tickets to see a sporting event at Ekalaka Public Schools tis year will cost $10 for adults, $8 for students and $6 for senior citizens. Activity passes are $200 for a family, $60 for one student, $85 for any other individual and $45 for senior...

 
 By Heidi LaBree    Local    August 26, 2022

Dress up to mess up the competition

Carter County High School C-Club is inviting community members to dress up for all varsity home games this fall sports season. By dressing up not only will community members show their school spirit, they will also be eligible to enter a prize...

 

Tracking eastern Montana's silent firestarters

Last summer, wildfires burned half of John Bailey's 25,000-acre ranch in Rosebud County. With much of his pasture up in smoke, Bailey had to purchase hay to help feed his cattle. He says he spent...

 

Leo Anthony "Tony" Giacometto

Leo Anthony "Tony" Giacometto passed away in the Kingdom of Bahrain on August 8, 2022 – a fitting location for this sheepherder from Alzada turned international entrepreneur. Leo was born in Belle...

 
 By Bill Lavell    Voices    August 26, 2022

Things that happened in Ekalaka

I have written a number of things in the past about my history in or near Ekalaka and the editor was gracious enough to publish them. I have kind of run out of things that will make a good story. So today I will attempt to write a story consisting...

 

Cooking in the West

With the downturn in the economy, it is suddenly fashionable to be frugal. I grew up frugal, because my parents were 40 years old when they got around to having me, so they were children during the Great Depression. I think the definition of...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, encouragement is like oxygen – we can’t live without it. It was lovely watching two little kids the other day. They were probably both about 3 years old. Little Ricky was trying hard to get the wrapper...

 

McDonough family donates new pavilion at Makoshika State Park

On Aug. 12, a large contingent of the McDonough family gathered under a shady new day-use shelter atop a breath-taking overlook at Makoshika State Park. They were there to share family memories of...

 

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