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Articles from the September 17, 2021 edition

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Inaugural fly-in a huge success

Ekalaka Airport hosted an inaugural 97M fly-in on September 11. The event was exceptionally well received as over one hundred people attended. Fourteen planes and one helicopter were there, as were 8...

 

New grocery store opens for business

Back in March, the Eagle reported on what would be the newest addition to Ekalaka's Main Street. The much anticipated opening of Ijkalaka Grocery took place on Tuesday. At an impressive 5,200 square f...

 

Royal Court

2021 CCHS Homecoming King Turner Tooke and Queen Zoie Rost were crowned at coronation on Monday night inside the school's Tuggle Room....

 

Puptown Invitational Roping winners

The Puptown Invitational Roping took place on Sunday in Ekalaka....

 
 Events   

Blood drive September 22

An area blood drive has been scheduled for Wednesday, September 22 at Carter County Events Center in Ekalaka. The drive will take place from 1 to 5 p.m. Donors can make an appointment by calling...

 

Ekalaka and Carter County

I was born in my Grandpa and Grandma Coons’ house near Boxelder Creek and about a half a mile from the Bell tower store and post office. My parents lived at various places around Ekalaka and even briefly in Washington as I was growing up. In 1944...

 

Gianforte announces National Guard resources for COVID-19 response

Governor Greg Gianforte recently announced that 10 Montana National Guardsmen have volunteered to assist the Billings Clinic in its COVID-19 response. “Over the last year, soldiers in the Montana National Guard have consistently stepped up to the...

 

Cooking in the West

The bull elk are starting to bugle, and this is the week that hunters are packing into the wilderness for the opening of early rifle season. One of the best things about working in the outfitting industry is helping clients fulfill lifelong dreams su...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know Lord, when people mention the word ‘treasure’ one right away thinks about jewels, diamonds, rubies, precious stones, riches, money, wealth, a pot of gold, a cache of silver, but there are other things one...

 

Netters defeat Terry

The CCHS varsity volleyball team beat the Terriers in three straight sets to win their match in Terry on September 9. The girls won 25-17, 25-17, 25-9. As a team, the Lady Bulldogs had 34 digs and 26 kills. Codi Melton tied with Heidi LaBree for the...

 

Homecoming traditions

During homecoming week each year, CCHS men play a volleyball match against each other and CCHS women play a powderpuff football game. The tradition started back in 2005 and has continued since. This...

 

CCHS falls to Park City

The Bulldogs were originally scheduled to play a conference game in St. Labre last week, but since St. Labre canceled its season the school scheduled a non-conference game at home versus Park City....

 

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