Articles from the October 6, 2023 edition

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Higgins honored for outstanding service as volunteer cooperative observer

NOAA's National Weather Service has selected Sharon Higgins, resident of Ridgway, as a recipient of the 2023 John Campanius Holm Award for 28 years of distinguished service to the Nation through the...

 

One defendant changes plea in Fallon County assault case, another expected to change plea in November

One of two defendants in an assault case currently in Sixteenth Judicial District Court in Fallon County has changed his plea while the other defendant is expected to change his plea next month. The...

 

School proposes more housing

Two separate bond elections, each for $750,000, were the topic of discussion at a community meeting on Tuesday night inside the CCHS Tuggle Room. Around fifteen individuals were present at the...

 

The 4-H story

In celebration of National 4-H week (October 1-7), the Eagle is reprinting "The 4-H Story," written by LaVerne Major. The story originally appeared in Shifting Scenes, Volume I. The 4-H Club program i...

 

Low attendance at annual Dahl meeting

Only thirty-six members were in attendance at the annual Dahl Memorial Healthcare Association meeting on September 21 in the physical therapy room of the hospital. At the meeting, some employees...

 

CIP grant reminder

Eastern Plains Economic Development is reminding local communities of the grant opportunity through The Community Investment Program with Grid United. The Community Investment Program (CIP) was...

 
 Events   

CWD info and field day scheduled for Baker Oct. 18

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will host a free Chronic Wasting Disease Information and Field Day in Baker on Wednesday, Oct. 18. The field day will be held at the Fallon County Fairgrounds from 5:30-7:30 p.m. FWP staff will be on hand to provide...

 

Virginia Ludwick

Funeral Service for Virginia Ludwick, 89, of Ekalaka, will take place 11 a.m. Thursday, October 5 at Stevenson Funeral Home Ekalaka with Pastor Jim Biswell officiating. Burial will follow at Beaver...

 

Yvonne Horner

Yvonne Horner, 83, of Ekalaka passed away on the morning of September 8, 2023 at Dahl Memorial after a valiant fight with cancer. Yvonne Marie Rilley was born April 12, 1940 in Broadus, Montana. She w...

 

Letter to the editor

To the voters of Ekalaka and surrounding area in regard to the coming vote on the school’s housing bond: The school is already fleecing the taxpayers in town and in the county. The school has already purchased property and housing, removing said...

 

Letter to the editor

October 4, 2023 Mr. Eric Lovec RE: BLM wells for CO2 Carbon sequestration project Dear Eric Just a comment on the BLM meeting to be held October 12; I doubt if any objections will stop the eventual plan, however this is an ill advised idea based...

 

Cooking in the West

“Is your mom ok?” our Crazy Peak Boutique employee, Larissa, asked my daughter, Brooke, last Wednesday morning. “Define ok,” Brooke replied. In her defense, Brooke has lived almost 38 years of her life realizing that her mom is not exactly...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know Lord, a couple cousins shared what their girls were looking for in boyfriends to make the boys super husbands. The cousins got a kick out of listening to that chatter - sensing that their girls had noticed several...

 
 By Karen Odell    Voices    October 6, 2023

CAPITOLETTER

Some of Dick and Erma Albert’s family will be going to Hawaii, next week, for their granddaughter’s wedding, but Dick and Erma are not venturing that far. Their new grandson-in-law is from Hawaii, so it will be a great place for a wedding. Erma...

 

Bulldogs lose big to Dogies

The Forsyth Dogies handed the Bulldogs a big loss, 12-50, in what was basically a conference championship game in Forsyth last Friday. The Dogies scored early and often with a running attack where they continually tried to out-flank the Bulldogs...

 

Netters fall to Forsyth, Savage

CCHS played volleyball matches in Forsyth on September 28th. The JV Lady Bulldogs won a very tightly contested match in five sets, 27-25, 16-25, 18-16, 4-15, 19-17. The varsity squad won the first...

 

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