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Articles from the October 8, 2021 edition

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Local rancher holds shearing demonstration for students

On September 22nd, Mike and Cheryl Schuldt came to Ekalaka to assist local Butch Nies in hosting a sheep shearing demonstration. Mike Schuldt has been shearing for 33 years and has traveled all over...

 

Child find at Ekalaka Public Schools

Ekalaka Public Schools is hosting a Child Find Developmental Screening on Tuesday, October 19th from 12:30 to 4 p.m. in the grade school gym. This free developmental screening is designed for children ages 0 - 5. Children aged 3 - 5 years will be...

 

Town ballots mailed next week

The general municipal election for the Town of Ekalaka will be a mail ballot election this year. On Wednesday, October 15 the Carter County Clerk and Recorder’s Office will mail ballots to all registered active voters who reside within the...

 
 Events   

Enjoy FestiFall this Saturday

Carter County Chamber of Commerce's Third Annual FestiFall will take place this Saturday on Main Street in Ekalaka. FestiFall, a fun-filled family event to kick off the fall season, was originally...

 
 By CCM Staff    Events   

Join CCM for National Fossil Day activities

Visit Carter County Museum on Wednesday, October 13 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and help celebrate National Fossil Day! Stew Cook and Claire Jorgensen will be running kids' activities, including "Pellets...

 

Sixth grade teacher shares worldly experiences with Ekalaka students

Mrs. Andrea Larned is technically from Montana, but one could argue that she's from all over the globe. The new sixth grade teacher at Ekalaka Public Schools graduated high school from Laurel before...

 

Letter to the editor

The VFW Auxiliary to Post 7885 would like to thank those that attended our meet and greet for Representative Schillinger and Senator Bogner. People from Miles City, Broadus, Baker, and the local area brought good questions and concerns to be...

 

Letter to the editor

My name is Linda (Van Ransler) Robustelli. I was born and raised in Ekalaka, graduating from Carter County High School in 1967. I would like to thank Stevenson Funeral Home in Dickinson, N.D., along with Pastor Jim Biswell for helping me arrange a...

 

Letter to the editor

Some of you know me as the pastor of the Bible Church, some of you know me as the guy with curly blonde hair that you see at ball games and around town, some of you may know me for my two very outgoing children who love to stop and talk to everyone...

 

Cooking in the West

Every time I read a Baxter Black poem, I am inspired to become a cowboy poet, but "The Cremation of Sam McGee" by Robert Service is my favorite inspirational poem. It was his signature poem that launched his career. He got the idea from a story he...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, living near cattle ranches, one’s noticed how some cows are prone to wander while grazing. A cow just keeps on moving, always looking for the “greener grasses”. Near the edge of the property, the cow...

 

Public health information

A few things for our Carter County residents: FLU vaccine | If you interested in getting your annual Influenza vaccine, please call us to schedule your appointment. We have both adult and pediatric doses available. COVID vaccine | We still have...

 

MCC accepting students for CDL, CNA courses beginning October 27

Individuals seeking training for a new career still have the opportunity to enroll at Miles Community College this fall. MCC’s fall semester late start session will include the Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Preparation course and the...

 

CARTER COUNTY COMMISSION PROCEEDINGS

09-20-2021 The Board of Carter County Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, September 20, 2021, in the Carter County Commission Board Meeting Room of the Carter County Courthouse at 214 Park Street in Ekalaka, Montana. Steve Rosencranz,...

 

Gianforte announces board appointments

On Monday, Governor Greg Gianforte announced the following appointments: Fish and Wildlife Commission • William Lane, Ismay: Current owner and operator of Crescent Cross Ranch in Ismay, Lane brings decades of experience working in the private...

 

Lady Bulldogs drop weekend matches

The CCHS Lady Bulldogs played matches at home versus Wibaux and Broadus over the weekend. On Friday, Blue lost to Wibaux in four sets; 25-21, 17-25, 23-25 and 16-25. CCHS had 57 digs, 26 kills, 21 assist, 13 aces and 4 blocks in the match. Carly Aho...

 

Bulldogs get much needed win over Dogies

The Bulldogs traveled to Forsyth last Friday night and got a much needed win over the 1-5 Dogies. The Bulldogs led for most of the game. Most of Forsyth's scoring came on large chunk plays, both on...

 

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