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Tournament champions

On Saturday, Carter County High School hosted the Willa Nies Memorial Volleyball Tournament. Northern Cheyenne, Jordan, Custer/Hysham, Terry, Broadus, CCHS Varsity and CCHS JV all participated. CCHS...

 

Pick a peck of pumpkins, cook a crock of chili

Carter County Chamber of Commerce's FestiFall seemingly went off without a hitch on Saturday. Somewhere around 70 pumpkins were picked from Mainstreet Market's pumpkin patch, and almost 90 people...

 

Berry inducted to MCHF & WHC

Wade Wayne Berry was born in Farmingdale, South Dakota, March 12, 1957 to Buster and Mary Lou Berry, the oldest boy of six children. He was raised on a ranch where he learned to rope, ride, calve and...

 

Due to illness

Due to illness, the long-term care facility at Dahl Memorial Healthcare in Ekalaka is closed to visitors until further notice. Thank you for your cooperation in protecting our patients and your loved ones. Contact the nurses station or clinic next...

 
 Events   

Preschool screening set for October 23

Ekalaka Public Schools will be hosting a preschool developmental screening on Tuesday, October 23, from 12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the grade school gym. The screening will be for children aged 0 - 5 who are not currently in kindergarten. Children whose...

 

PRTC exercise to begin next week

Combat Raider, a military exercise involving various aircraft, is scheduled to begin October 16 in parts of the Powder River Training Complex and new Temporary Rushmore Air Traffic Control Assigned Airspace, and will conclude October 18. Combat Raide...

 

Moore appointed to national leadership post

Senator Eric Moore (R-Miles City) who has represented southeastern Montana in the Montana Senate since 2011, was recently appointed to serve as vice chair for the National Conference of State Legislatures' Health and Human Services Committee. NCSL...

 

Shirley Hedrick

Shirley was born near Ekalaka, Montana to Thorvald and Juanita Butler Senrud. She attended school in Ekalaka, as did her two older brothers, two older sisters and two younger sisters. She married...

 

Make America. . .compassionate again?

What does compassion have to do with civic engagement? This is not an idle question, but—seeing as I am a political candidate for the first time in my life—it is one that came home to me with particular force recently. The scene was a cocktail...

 
 By Dean Meyer    Voices    October 12, 2018

Hat Tips

Hello, I am writing this at 4 in the morning. On Monday. A snowy Monday. It’s not that I like to get up and write at 4 in the morning. It’s just that I can’t sleep. Maybe that is because I went to bed at 7:30. Shirley says that is why I...

 

Local clubs participate in National 4-H Week

4-H'ers around the area recently participated in a hay bale decorating contest put on by Fallon/Carter Extension. The contest took place over National 4-H Week. First place went to Fertile Prairie...

 

Dawgs take on Longhorns

Last Friday, CCHS took on number one ranked Wibaux in a 6-man football game at Rowley Field. An emphasis for the Bulldog defense was to keep Tel Lunde, Wibaux's junior quarterback, from scrambling...

 

JV volleyball in Buffalo

On Monday, CCHS JV Volleyball played in Buffalo and lost in two sets, 18-25 and 21-25. Kenzie Tooke and Ella Rucker tied for the lead in aces with two each, Jaelee Strangford had 2 of 6 team kills,...

 

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