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Puptown Invitational Roping results

Twenty headers and twenty heelers battled at Ekalaka Track & Arena on Sunday in this year's Puptown Invitational Round Robin Roping. Results from the roping are posted below. 1st Place Header...

 
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CCHS Homecoming this weekend

2020 CCHS Homecoming will look a little bit different this year in order for the school to adhere to COVID-19 guidelines. At 1:30 p.m. on Friday, a pep rally will take place outside at Rowley Field. Coronation of royalty will follow the pep rally....

 
 By Eva Grimes    Local    September 18, 2020

Chamber has successful summer, makes plans for fall

As the days continue to get shorter and cooler, Carter County Chamber of Commerce members have reflected on a wonderful summer and are currently looking forward to the months ahead. The Annual Community Wide Garage Sale that takes place in June of...

 

Two of the new teachers at Ekalaka Public Schools

Mr. Daniel Conley is no stranger to small towns, or Montana, even though the new Carter County High School English teacher was born in New York City. Conley is now in his second year teaching and...

 

Memories

After learning that ‘Tony’ Quam and his wife Maria both came from Norway, I learned that they got married in Yankton, South Dakota and moved to Deadwood, South Dakota where Tony worked for the Homestake Mining Co., in the shops. A strike by the...

 

Letter to the editor

Dear Editor, I am writing in support of Greg Gianforte for Governor. I believe Greg understands the dire economic position our state is in, and has a game plan for recovery. Before the plandemic (not a typo), Montana ranked 49th in the nation in...

 

Cooking in the West

The early rifle season elk hunters headed into the back country this week, and there is a chill of fall in the air. I heard a bull elk bugle last night, and my heart longs for hunting camp, but my "town job" and my aching joints remind me that I...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, the following is an old story, but having just ‘lost’ a couple of friends, this story seemed somewhat right on, so to speak. The author of this ‘long ago’ story is unknown, but it seemed so fitting...

 

2020 big game hunting forecast

In addition to the following hunting forecast, FWP provides online information about hunting access, including the Block Management Program. Through the program, FWP coordinates with landowners to provide hunting access to more than 7 million acres...

 

2020 upland game bird forecast

Well-timed moisture, a mild winter and good residual cover have benefited upland birds, but hunters should expect them to be a bit more spread out across the landscape. “Habitat conditions across the southeast were excellent going into the fall...

 

Montana Learning Center awarded grant to offer remote telescope teacher training

The Montana Space Grant Consortium, a component of NASA's National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program, has awarded the Montana Learning Center at Canyon Ferry Lake a grant to fund the...

 

Time is running out to respond to the 2020 Census

Now is the time to be counted in the 2020 Census. The Census Bureau is encouraging all Montanans to respond today. "It has never been easier to respond on your own, whether online, over the phone or by mail — all without having to meet a census...

 

CCHS will play Scobey Friday

The Bulldogs threw the ball only three times and scored on every possession en route to a large 84-24 victory in Culbertson last Friday. Blue scored early and often, but struggles covering kickoffs an...

 

Dogs get two weekend wins over Plevna

Kari Kittelmann’s seven aces and Kenzie Tooke's eight kills helped spark CCHS Bulldog volleyball to a 25-12, 25-3, 25-14 sweep over the Plevna Cougars in Ekalaka last Friday. Heidi LaBree had all ten of the team’s assists. As a team, Blue had 20...

 

Statewide numbers

As of Tuesday, September 15, Montana reports a cumulative total of 9,244 confirmed COVID-19 cases, including 139 new cases since yesterday, 1,954 active cases, and 7,150 patients considered...

 

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