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Articles from the October 14, 2022 edition

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Local vet takes Honor Flight to D.C.

Ekalaka resident Les Poland recently returned from an unforgettable trip. The short, three-day journey was an Honor Flight to Washington D.C. that allowed him and around 25 other military veterans...

 

Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame announces 2023 inductees

The Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame & Western Heritage Center (MCHF & WHC) recently announced their 15th class of inductions into the Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame. The inductees were chosen from a field of candidates nominated by the general public....

 

Wilson inducted to MCHF

Cowboy. Rancher. Pickup Man. Pilot. Sheepman. Neighbor. Friend. It doesn't matter how you describe Jim Wilson, but most people who know him will say that he is a true example of the Western way of lif...

 

Cooking in the West

When Covid hit, we decided to stop offering working cattle ranch vacations, which means my summers have become much less hectic but also less entertaining on a daily basis. One of the best parts about entertaining guests is recounting the funny...

 

James Walker

Memorial Service for James Walker, 83, of Ekalaka, will be 10 a.m. on Thursday, October 13 at Stevenson Funeral Home in Ekalaka. Burial will take place in Pine Slope Cemetery, Belle Fourche, South...

 

Rosemarie Kreitel Miller

Sis. Rose. Rosie. Mom. Gramma. Great-Gramma, devout Christian witness and loyal friend. Rosemarie Kreitel Miller. She passed away at the age of 93 on Tuesday afternoon, September 27, 2022, in the...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, watching birds is entertaining as well as educational. One morning recently we saw a plump robin fly in and carefully land on the edge of the birdbath. He, of the red breast, after looking all around,...

 

Hello Fellow Carter County Residents;

I would like to introduce myself, as I am running for the Carter County Justice of the Peace position, and a well-informed vote is imperative. My name is Kamely Harkins, I am the great granddaughter of Odis and Helen (Parks) Harkins. I moved to Ekala...

 

Guest Editorial: A Candidate for Eastern Montana!

I want to be able to trust the honesty and integrity of my candidates in Montana. Toss out those candidates who don’t offer solutions, rile up the extremists on both sides, attack election integrity, and are puppets for failing views. Pick any...

 

A New Era for Montana

In the last election cycle, Montanans sent – some say unknowingly – a gathering of radical politicians, totally void of Montana principles, to the US Congress and Helena. Now this November, Gary Buchanan, whose values are solid Montana, is on...

 

Letter to the editor

Recently, I heard a pundit on TV say that Matt Rosendale would win election to Congress in the new eastern Montana district because people here are "conservative." On the whole, I'd say we are, but Matt Rosendale isn't. He's an extreme radical,...

 

EKALAKA TOWN COUNCIL MINUTES

Town Office: (September 21, 2022) A. Call Meeting to Order at 5 p.m. a. Roll Call Council Libby, Melissa, Jimmy b. Employees Present Mariah, Colby c. Appointed Officials Present Buck, Jennifer B. Pledge of Allegiance C. Sherriff’s dialog: none D....

 

Memories

This week I would like to share more on the Ed and Mabel McCord family which I wrote about in the September 30th Eagle. Their daughter, Ruth, shared a full life history of her parents and children. I would like to follow with some memories of...

 

Baby Nies

Kylie Kate Nies is excited to announce the arrival of her brother, Luke James Nies. He was born September 22, weighing 6 pounds 11 ounces and measuring 18.5 inches long. Luke's parents are Matt and...

 

Shooting restrictions implemented on State Trust Lands in SW Montana

Due to ongoing misuse of State Trust Land associated with recreational shooting – including public safety concerns, shooting debris left on site, and concerns that private property will be further damaged – the Department of Natural Resources...

 

Bulldog defense porous in Circle

On a gorgeous Saturday afternoon in Circle, the Bulldogs lost a football game to the Wildcats by a final score of 26 to 60. The October 8th contest started swell for Blue as they took the opening...

 

Netters lose weekend contests

On October 6th the CCHS Lady Bulldogs traveled to Wibaux. The JV girls lost their match to the Lady Longhorns in four sets (25-20, 16-25, 13-15, 15-17). In varsity action, CCHS took the match to five sets before losing the last, 13-15. As a team,...

 

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