Articles from the September 29, 2023 edition

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Veterans Park progress

More progress was seen on the veterans memorial at Perso Park in Ekalaka earlier this week. Left, Ekalaka native Clinton Lesh stands next to the center wall of the memorial. Lesh, an artist currently...

 

Lucey family chooses Ekalaka

submitted by Lena Lovelace Dahl Memorial Healthcare Physical therapist Brian Lucey received his Doctorate at MCPHS University in Massachusetts in 2017. His wife Abby, also a physical therapist with a...

 
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Harvest Jubilee in Alzada, October 7

submitted by Miranda Hendrickson Is anyone else feeling those fall vibes? To help us all get into the fall spirit the Alzada Community Club is putting on the Harvest Jubilee again this year....

 
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Bond meeting at CCHS, October 3rd

Please join Ekalaka Public Schools for a community meeting on October 3, 5:30 p.m. at Carter County High School in the Tuggle Room. The meeting is to discuss the upcoming bond election proposing staff housing. Although this event is not designed to...

 

Community choir rehearsals soon

The local community choir will soon begin rehearsing for the annual Christmas concert! All voices needed, accepted and invited! Please attend and start singing on Monday, October 9th at 7 p.m. inside St. Elizabeth Lutheran Church in...

 

4-H news

submitted by Suri Johnston, Reporter The Gumbo Gophers had their final meeting of the year on September 16th. Nine members were present. Tylinn Thomas gave a demonstration on “Cuts of Fabric.” Members turned in their Record Books and had project...

 

An Ekalaka resident hit the lotto

The Montana Lottery has awarded $68,364 in high-tier prizes since September 18. A high-tier prize is any prize of $600 or more. Winners of $5,000 or more are listed below and on Montana Lottery’s website. A Post Falls, ID winner, playing Nothing...

 

Senior exercise classes set to begin next week

Senior exercise classes will start on Monday, October 2nd, in the physical therapy room at Dahl Memorial Healthcare. The classes are held on Mondays and Thursdays from 4 to 4:50 p.m. Classes are free to the public and will include stretching,...

 

BLM seeks comment on Montana carbon sequestration project in Carter County

The Bureau of Land Management is seeking public comment on a proposal to permanently store carbon dioxide in underground rock formations on public land in Carter County. The Denbury Carbon Solutions, LLC project would store carbon dioxide in more...

 

Last call to claim property tax relief

The last day to claim the Montana Property Tax Rebate is Monday, October 2. The Montana Department of Revenue is extending the deadline to claim the property tax rebate by one day to October 2. The original deadline in House Bill 222 was October 1....

 

Cooking in the West

With gas and diesel prices through the roof and inflation hitting our wallets month after month, there are many people who are having to get creative about providing food and shelter for their families. Urban camping is now a thing in places like...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know Lord, the teenager, ‘Susie’, stopped last week with an announcement. She opened the door, calling out in her accustomed greeting; ‘Nana! Are you home? I just heard something I’ve never heard before ...

 

CAPITOLETTER

September 25, 2023 Alvin and Marlee Cordell have had hunters visiting from Watertown, this week. Ryan Cordell and Wade Pearson vaccinated calves on Sunday. On Saturday night, Alvin and Marlee went south of Alzada for the J. O. McDonald seventieth...

 

2023 Southeast Montana big game hunting forecast

Conditions in much of southeast Montana are considerably better than previous years at this time, when the landscape was ravaged by drought. Abundant spring/summer rainfall this year has resulted in rapid recovery of range plants, but abundant vegeta...

 

2023 Southeast Montana upland game bird forecast

The area is coming out of a few tough years of drought, but so far this year the area has received ample moisture across a majority of the region. This has resulted in better grass and forb growth, which has equated to much better habitat conditions...

 

Responsible hunters are critical to the future of hunting

Although most hunters respect the land, property and wildlife they are hunting, a minority do not. Yet these few bad actors lead to frustration from private landowners and hunters looking to do things right. This year remember: It’s up to us....

 

Dawgs win on homecoming

The CCHS Bulldogs won their homecoming football game, defeating the Broadus Hawks 56-28 at Rowley Field on September 22nd. The Bulldog offense was cruising, but struggles on defense kept their...

 

CCHS defeats NCTS, Plevna

On September 19th, CCHS volleyball took on Northern Cheyenne Tribal School in a home varsity match. The Lady Bulldogs won handily in three straight sets, 25-5, 25-15, and 25-2. Danica Shepherd led the team in aces (8 of 31) and assists (5 of 9)....

 

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