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Join local 4-H'ers to celebrate National 4-H Week

4-H youth around the country are celebrating National 4-H Week from October 6-12 this year. Every year, National 4-H Week showcases the learn-by doing experiences that 4-H offers young people and...

 

Chamber plans FestiFall

Carter County Chamber of Commerce members are currently planning their Second Annual FestiFall, a fun-filled family event named last year by Chamber President Eva Grimes. FestiFall is scheduled for Saturday, October 12, coinciding with the Willa...

 

Mid-Rivers secures zero-interest loan for Dahl Memorial Healthcare

Mid-Rivers Communications has been awarded a zero-interest Rural Economic Development Loan (REDL) from USDA Rural Development on behalf of Dahl Memorial Healthcare Association in Ekalaka. The REDL program provides funding for rural projects through...

 

Prescribed burning starting for Sioux Ranger District

The Sioux Ranger District, Custer Gallatin National Forest and the Bureau of Land Management, Miles City Field Office are planning for a series of fall burns starting as early as October 7, 2019. Prescribed burns will be dependent upon proper fuel...

 

Kenneth Grenstiner

Kenneth "Kenny" Grenstiner passed away from natural causes, at his home on September 30, 2019. He was 91. Kenny was born April 26, 1928 near Linton, North Dakota, the 3rd child to Antone & Helen...

 
 By Dean Meyer    Voices    October 11, 2019

HAT TIPS

Hello, You can read lots of economic forecasts. And many of them tell of an impending recession. I suppose you can put the blame wherever you want, but it seems we have recessions every ten years or so. It happens. I don’t need to read of an...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, some girl friends had gathered together and were having a great time chit chatting about when their kids were just little tots. Nearly every one of the gals had some amusing and enjoyable things to share...

 

Baby Nies

Kylie Kate Nies was born on September 28 to proud parents Matt and Ami Nies of Ekalaka. Kylie weighed 7 pounds and was 19.5 inches long at birth. Paternal grandparents are Frank and Karen Nies of...

 

BLM releases final supplemental environmental impact statement

The Bureau of Land Management Montana State Office has published a notice of availability and a final supplemental environmental impact statement (EIS) that augments analysis for the 2015 Miles City Field Office Approved Resource Management Plan...

 

CCHS defeats Hawks, Mustangs

Last Friday at home the CCHS varsity volleyball team defeated Broadus in three straight sets. The Dogs won the first set, 25 -19, the second 25-20 and the third 25-17. As a team, the girls had 10...

 

Dogs fall to Spartans

The Carter County Bulldogs lost a tough conference football game in Scobey last Saturday. Blue received the opening kickoff. On their second play from scrimmage, junior back Seth Kennedy was injured....

 

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