Articles from the September 1, 2023 edition

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Local recovering after recent brain surgery

It's hard to tell by looking at local Ches Meyer that he had brain surgery only one month ago. It's almost unbelievable when speaking to him. His positive attitude is simply incredible. "I just want...

 

First suspect in Fallon homicide case found guilty

South Dakota resident Jake Kenneth Burghduff was found guilty on the charge of deliberate homicide, a felony, on Wednesday at the conclusion of a three-day trial in the homicide of Fallon resident...

 

Superintendent's Corner

We are up and running for the 2023-2024 school year. We have five new teachers at Ekalaka Public Schools: 3rd Grade – Jersi Jimison; 5th Grade –Whitney Kittelmann; 6th Grade – Florie Fernandez; High...

 

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

On August 18, 2023, Mid-Rivers Communications released a payment of capital credits to the Cooperative’s members and patrons, with a capital credit retirement totaling approximately $1,024,000. The 2023 retirement includes a portion of the 1996 alloc...

 

Planned power outage to affect area residents

Southeast Electric Cooperative has planned a power outage for the morning of Wednesday, September 6th, from approximately 3 to 7 a.m. The planned outage is occurring to perform necessary maintenance on the transmission line between Baker and...

 

Edith MacKay

Memorial service for Edith MacKay, 63, of Willard, will be 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, September 5, 2023 at Stevenson Funeral Home, Baker with Bruce Ketchum officiating. Visitation will take place one hour pr...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know Lord, it was interesting to read what Ms. Kathy K. was sharing about the word, ‘YET’; she wrote: ‘Near the end of this month, I will turn sixty, and, though the number seems big, I know that, in the rearvie...

 

Cooking in the West

“All creatures, including me, get grouchy as summer turns into fall. Perhaps it is because we know winter is coming. The yellow jackets, hornets, and even honey bees become aggressive. And then there are the rodents that seem to want to move in b...

 

CAPITOLETTER

The heat headed back to Capitol and Tie Creek, this week, and the mosquitoes are still hanging around. The grasshoppers diminished, but had already done much damage. Maybe the mosquitoes drove some of them off. On various days, the air was filled...

 

Edward Jones opens new office in Belle Fourche, SD

Shannon L. Rolando, a financial advisor with four years’ experience in the financial services industry, recently opened the first Edward Jones office in Belle Fourche, South Dakota. Edward Jones is a leading financial services firm in the U.S. and t...

 

CARTER COUNTY COMMISSION PROCEEDINGS

8-14-2023 The Board of Carter County Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, August, 14, 2023 in the Carter County Commission Board meeting room of Carter County Courthouse at 214 Park Street in Ekalaka, Montana. Rod Tauck, Chairman, Mike...

 

Letter to the editor

Aug. 27, 2023 I just returned from the Days of ‘85 Rodeo and I watched the movie “Feek’s Vision.” This was an exciting day and brought my mind back to another even more exciting day!! Our country school hadn’t started and my dad said that I could go...

 

Lady 'Dogs take 2nd at Richey-Lambert tourney

After JV and varsity losses in Terry last Thursday night, the Lady ‘Dogs varsity volleyball team finished second at an all-day tournament on Saturday. Against Terry, it was a similar theme for both teams as they won the first set of their matches a...

 

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