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Eastern Montana Food and Agriculture Development Center

Eastern Plains Economic Development Corporation (EPEDC) is excited to announce the creation of a regional Food and Agriculture Development Center that will serve 12 counties in eastern Montana, including Carter County. The purpose of the Eastern...

 

2019 CCHS HOMECOMING

Due to the Labor Day holiday and other scheduling conflicts, homecoming coronation took place last Thursday. The remainder of homecoming activities started on Tuesday and continued throughout the...

 

Dogs down Dogies in return to 8-man

The Bulldogs' return to eight-man football started with a win in Forsyth last Friday. There are sixteen players on the team this year, but only 13 were suited up for the contest. Throughout the game,...

 

Stapleton announces HAVA grant allocations for county election offices

On Tuesday, Secretary of State Corey Stapleton announced the awarding of 2018 HAVA Election Security Grants to Montana’s counties. The funds are part of a federal appropriation to update and improve security in elections. A $750,000 subgrant was...

 

Netters come back in home opener

CCHS Volleyball rallied back at home after losing their first two sets of the season to beat Circle 3-2 last Friday. The Bulldogs lost the first set, 18-25 and the second, 22-25. They then won the thi...

 
 By Dean Meyer    Voices    September 6, 2019

Hat Tips

Hello, It’s September. September mind you. You put up hay in June and July. Not September. In September, if you farm, you combine. If you ranch, you give calves fall shots. You clean your pens out. You weld up broken gates and line up feed bunks....

 

Memories

Continuing on with memories on the Frank, Harold, and Ken Beltz families In 1928 Harold went into the ranching business for himself when he leased the Red Porter place next to his dad, bought four work horses and put in a crop of oats for hay....

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, as the season rapidly changes into Autumn, we notice that the birds are preparing to leave. A friend reminded me of a story she had heard about a bird’s nest under the railroad tracks. She remembered in...

 

Upland Game Bird Council to meet in Glendive

The Upland Game Bird Council will meet in Glendive on Sept. 23 and 24 to review habitat enhancement activities that occurred during the 2019 field season. A habitat tour is scheduled for Sept. 23, followed by a meeting at the Holiday Inn Express &...

 

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