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Articles from the September 10, 2021 edition

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Nearly connected

Concrete is being poured this week outside the new connecting wing at Ekalaka Public Schools. The project is now in its final stages. Aside from the exterior concrete, the new building still needs...

 
 Events   

CCHS Homecoming next week

CCHS Homecoming is right around the corner, with events scheduled to kick off on Monday, September 13. This year the Carter County High School Bulldogs will play football against the Wildcats of Plentywood. The game is currently scheduled for...

 

Pandemic helps grow local business

Abbey Bruski was selling products to locals and friends for about 10 years. Then the pandemic hit and she changed her business for the better. In the summer of 2020 when meat was being rationed in...

 

Input needed

Carter County is seeking public input regarding the County Pre-Disaster Mitigation Plan Update. The current plan was developed in 2013 and has expired the usual five-year life span. As part of the plan update, the county re-evaluates the hazards...

 

Big Mac's Patch ready for third season

Big Mac's Pumpkin Patch is ready to open for the 2021 season. The drought, heat and grasshoppers didn't stop the pumpkins from growing, but go early to ensure finding the perfect pumpkin. Due to hay...

 

Educational technology grants available

Mid-Rivers Communications, telecommunications service provider to 30,000 square miles of Eastern and Central Montana, is proud to announce the availability of up to $75,000 in grants! Educational Technology Grants are offered by Mid-Rivers when...

 

Randi Wenz

Funeral Services for Randi Wenz, 69, of Baker were held September 8, 2021 at Stevenson Funeral Home in Baker with Pastor Jim Biswell officiating. Burial followed in the Bonnievale Cemetery in Baker....

 

Letter to the editor

As a past board member of the Dahl Memorial Healthcare I would like to say how pleased I am to hear the current Dahl Memorial Board has hired CAH Consultants. I believe the guidance from the consulting firm and understanding they bring to the table...

 

Cooking in the West

As summer changes into fall, the creatures get grouchy. Perhaps it is because they know winter is coming. The yellow jackets and hornets and even honey bees become aggressive. However, there is no creature on earth more irritating and detestable...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, this sounds like something that happened to us! So, just sharing – author and date unknown: “After I finished loading the groceries in my car, I drove out of the parking lot to turn left onto the...

 

The Anderson Place

When we Lavells were frequenting our grandparents ranch near Belltower, there were three livable houses on their ranch. I have written about the first two. Today I am going to tell you about the Anderson place. It is worth repeating that Grandma and...

 

Netters win close contest in Wibaux

High school volleyball had a busy weekend with matches at home versus Circle on Friday and in Wibaux on Saturday. The girl's junior varsity squad kicked things off with a tightly contested set against...

 

CCHS downs Circle

The Bulldogs won a barn burner versus the Circle Wildcats on Friday night at Rowley Field. Both offenses were finding success with the run game, especially in the second half. There were three scores...

 

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