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Articles from the September 4, 2020 edition

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New principal at Ekalaka Public Schools

A phone call out of the blue led Stephen Ely and his wife, Melissa, to Ekalaka for a visit earlier this summer. "We fell in love," the new principal at Ekalaka Public Schools told the Eagle. Mr. and...

 
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DMHA annual meeting quickly approaching

The Dahl Memorial Healthcare Association annual meeting will start at 6 p.m. on Thursday, September 17 at Carter County Events Center. The meeting will be very informative and will give updates with everything going on at the hospital. Updates will...

 

Co-founders cancel 31st Annual Alzada Cowboy Poetry, Music and Art Show

There will not be an Annual Alzada Cowboy Poetry, Music and Art Show this year according to founders, Gay Arpan and Chris Maupin. The women who have produced the show since 1989 have decided to cancel due to COVID-19 concerns, noting that seating...

 

BLM seeks comments on American Colloid's modification of plan to mine bentonite in Carter County

The Bureau of Land Management is accepting comments on an environmental assessment that analyzes potential impacts from a modification to American Colloid Company’s existing plan of operations to mine bentonite in Carter County. The comment period...

 
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Chamber to meet Thursday, September 10

Carter County Chamber of Commerce will meet Thursday, September 10 at 5:50 p.m. inside the Southeast Electric Cooperative board room. The meeting will start with a business news round table. Afterwards, members will give a report on Days of ‘85...

 

Mary Ellen Breitenbach

Mary Ellen (Woodward) Breitenbach died in Albuquerque, NM, on July 28, 2020, after a brief illness. Wife, mother, teacher, student, artist, reader, crafter, gardener, seamstress, traveler — she pursued her many interests throughout her life. She...

 

Things that my grandpa did

I have been thinking about my Grandpa Coons and about all of the things that he did that we, his grandkids, loved. I have written a story previously where I called him the greatest man that ever lived and I stand by that. Grandpa was born in 1879, so...

 

Letter to the editor

I have been reading with interest the news articles about the disruption of the US Postal Service over the last week. I rely on the USPS to deliver several of my life-saving medications. The latest attempts by Postmaster General DeJoy and the Trump...

 

Cooking in the West

I have tried really hard to find the silver lining in living with Covid, and I think I have finally found it! Masks should be mandated for cattle sorting! If the Governor does not mandate masks for cattle sorting, perhaps some organization like Crazy...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, while looking through the book “Your life is in God’s hand,’ by Thomas Lindberg, it’s interesting how he reminds us not to fear, fret, fright, fume or forget. “Don’t fear”, he writes, then...

 

Commerce department sends $123.4 million to over 8,200 small businesses

MONTANA – The Montana Department of Commerce announced last week that more than 8,200 small businesses in Montana have now received $123.4 million through Governor Steve Bullock’s Business Stabilization Program, funded by the Coronavirus Relief F...

 

COVID-19 scholarship opportunity for families with specialized in-home needs

HRDC 7 announces immediate availability of COVID-19 Special Circumstance Scholarships. These grants are open to families in the 14 county service area, including Big Horn, Carbon, Carter, Custer, Fallon, Golden Valley, Musselshell, Powder River, Rose...

 

Medearis, Reynolds to wed

Tristan and Gavin Reynolds and Kaiden Madsen are excited to announce the upcoming marriage of their parents, Jordan Reynolds and Tyler Medearis, on September 26th, 2020....

 

Netters fall to Broadus

The CCHS Bulldogs volleyball squad started their season at home last Saturday versus the Broadus Hawks. Broadus won the match in three sets, 18-25, 24-26 and 22-25. Codi Melton, Kenzie Tooke and...

 

Dogs start season

The Carter County Bulldogs played their first football game of the season in Fairview against the defending Montana 8-Man state champion Warriors last Friday night. On their opening possession, Blue... Full story

 

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