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Articles from the September 30, 2022 edition

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Big sky, big art: Local man's artwork on display at newly renovated Big Sky Economic Development building

From a young age, Ekalaka native Clinton Lesh witnessed how the hands of a man through agriculture could shape the often inhospitable elements of the Montana landscape. He has since adapted the tools...

 

New superintendent at Ekalaka Public Schools

Charles Cook and his wife, Gail, moved to Ekalaka on August 1st. He started to learn about Ekalaka, though, shortly after Highway 323 became fully paved. Cook was working in administration at Poplar...

 

New principal at Ekalaka Public Schools

Ekalaka Public Schools Principal Brian Purnell has been working in education since 2006. Purnell grew up in the cattle ranching town of John Day, Oregon, a town similar in size to Baker. He finished...

 

Memories

For some unknown reason while thinking about a memory article, the McCord family kept coming to mind. Their family lived close to our family on the south side of Ekalaka during my grade and high school years. I would like to go back many years and...

 

Cooking in the West

This is the time of year when cattle producers are busy marketing their cattle. Although technology has opened up many more options for marketing cattle such as internet live auctions, internet static auctions, drone film, etc., it is kind of tragic...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, chatting with friends can be rather interesting. ‘J. E’. shared about her dad’s horses, mentioning that they, among other animals, are herd animals. One horse they had was a jumper and another horse...

 

Spencer, Schultz elected to Dahl board

Sixty-one people were in attendance for Dahl Memorial Healthcare Association's annual meeting last week. Rusty Spencer and Marilyn Schultz were elected to the board of directors. Several employees...

 

MCC First Interstate Bank Athletic Hall of Fame banquet to be held

Miles Community College will be holding the First Interstate Athletic Hall of Fame induction banquet on Saturday, October 22. This year’s event will include a social hour, dinner, and hall of fame induction ceremony. The banquet will begin at 6...

 

Lady Blue loses two conference matches

The CCHS Lady Bulldogs played Broadus at home on Thursday and in Jordan on Saturday. The girls’ JV squad defeated Broadus in five sets (25-21, 19-25, 15-13, 5-15, 15-10). The varsity Lady Bulldogs lost in three sets (10-25, 16-25, 13-25). In...

 

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