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Active shooter training held at CCHS

Prior to school starting, Ekalaka Public Schools certified and classified staff underwent an active shooter training. The training was put on by Gordon Hahn, a retired Montana superintendent and...

 

All in the family

A ninetieth birthday celebration was held for Madlon Brence on August 18th at St. Joan of Arc Parish Hall in Ekalaka. Madlon turns 90 on October 7, but the family wanted to ensure that this...

 

American Legion all meeting

BAKER: Ms. Sheila Bondell, Commander of American Legion Post #35 in Baker, said earlier this week about 100 Legionnaires and members of the Auxiliary are expected to attend the Fall meeting of District No. 10 on Sunday, September 16 at the Post...

 
 Events   

Annual Bazaar, Nov. 17

Sagebrush Service Club will once again be sponsoring a Holiday Bazaar in Ekalaka. The annual event will take place November 17 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Carter County High School. Free babysitting will be provided throughout the day, and lunch,...

 

Big game hunting forecast

Are you ready for hunting season? Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks can help. In addition to the following hunting forecast, FWP's provides online information about hunting access, including our popu...

 

Upland game bird outlook

Upland season started September 1 with mountain, sage and sharptail grouse along with partridge. Pheasant hunting starts Oct. 6. All seasons end Jan. 1, except sage grouse, which ends Sept. 30. Gray...

 

Citizens Advisory Council hears update on FWP activities

The Citizens Advisory Council members for Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Region 7 gathered on August 21 at Water Plant Park in Miles City to discuss current topics occupying the agency. Attendees...

 

Bright Ideas

It comes as no surprise to local residents that my husband enjoys his vegetable garden. It is fenced to protect from hungry deer, although we haven’t seen many deer this year. His rows are straight, and rain keeps the plants watered, or we have a...

 
 By Dean Meyer    Voices    September 7, 2018

Hat Tips

Hello, I don’t know why we celebrate Labor Day. We should have a day to celebrate not working. Maybe it’s because if you are involved in animal agriculture, every day is labor day. Oh, sometimes you can sneak away for a few days. If you have...

 

Dawgs fall to Fusion

Last year, CCHS kicked off their football season against the Richey/Lambert Fusion and lost 6-68. This year, Blue took on the Fusion in week two of the regular season. CCHS came out of the gates quickly as senior Caleb Fix ran the opening kickoff...

 

Netters have busy weekend

Last Thursday at home, CCHS Volleyball took on Broadus. The Bulldogs took down the Hawks in three quick sets (25-16, 25-11, 25-18) to win the match. Hannah LaBree led the team in aces. Tori Tooke led...

 

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