Articles from the October 20, 2023 edition

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Hat's home

For fifty-five years the Tooke family searched and speculated about the hat Feek Tooke was wearing when he died during the eighth performance of the 1968 National Finals Rodeo in Oklahoma City. Where...

 

Carbon concerns: Local residents say they need more time to evaluate carbon capture project

The BLM comment period for a proposed carbon sequestration project in Carter County is now open until November 27, 2023. According to a BLM news release, "The Bureau of Land Management is seeking...

 

Large crowd gathers to hear carbon sequestration proposal

A large crowd from throughout the county gathered October 12, 2023 at the Carter County Events Center to hear a presentation from the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and Denbury about a proposed...

 

Veterans edition

This year, the Eagle will be publishing a section in the November 10th issue honoring area veterans. Please let us know if you would like to add yourself or a loved one. Please provide the Eagle with A Service Photo; Name, Date of Birth; Date of...

 

Students should apply for 2024 youth tour

submitted by Southeast Electric Cooperative Attention High School Sophomores and Juniors! Do you want a FREE trip to Washington D.C.? In June 2024 high schoolers from Montana will be boarding airplanes and buses and heading for Washington, D.C. Join...

 

Jordan LaBree

A funeral service for Jordan LaBree, 84, of Ekalaka was held October 18, 2023 at Stevenson Funeral Home in Ekalaka with Jesse LaBree officiating. Burial followed at Beaverlodge Cemetery. Jordan Lee La...

 

Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame announces 2024 inductees

The Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame & Western Heritage Center (MCHF & WHC) announces their 16th class of inductions into the Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame. The inductees were chosen from a field of...

 

Cooking in the West

The long awaited general season rifle hunting season starts this week. It has been an important weekend for me ever since I was born into my parents’ outfitting business, and I have spent many years as a hunting camp cook, so I have always revered...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know Lord, we all know we’re born to die, but when that happens to our family, friends or loved ones, sometimes it just takes us by surprise. Just heard that an elderly ‘Mom’ slipped away. Some families were...

 
 By Karen Odell    Voices    October 20, 2023

CAPITOLETTER

The rains that were predicted for Capitol and Tie Creek, didn’t produce much moisture this week. There has been fog, early on some days, so the moisture may come in January. Erma Albert went to physical therapy and to the chiropractor this week, so...

 

USPS proposes new prices for 2024

The United States Postal Service recently filed notice with the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) of mailing services price changes to take effect Jan. 21, 2024. The new rates include a 2-cent increase in the price of a First-Class Mail Forever...

 

Good weather, harvest rates for antelope opener

Antelope hunters enjoyed good weather and slightly above-average harvest rates for the general season opening weekend. Hysham The weather over the weekend was pleasant, making it attractive for hunters to get out into the field, said wildlife...

 

Responsible hunters are critical to the future of hunting

Although most hunters respect the land, property and wildlife they are hunting, a minority do not. Yet these few bad actors lead to frustration from private landowners and hunters looking to do things right. This year remember: It’s up to us....

 

Have a CWD plan this hunting season

General big game season runs from Oct. 21 through Nov. 26, and FWP will continue chronic wasting disease monitoring efforts this fall. Hunters play a vital role in these efforts when they provide tissue samples from their harvested animals. Before...

 

Junior high girls basketball begins

There are twenty-two girls out for this basketball season including six 8th graders, seven 7th graders, four 6th graders and five 5th graders. The girls are coached this year by Jitt Schneider Jalyn Klauzer has added her expertise by volunteering to...

 

Junior high boys play with intensity

It was a very short, long week to kick off JH basketball! With only four short practices, new coaches and new kids — we kicked of our game schedule with a long trip to Jordan for our first games. We were pleased with how well the boys adjusted and...

 

Lady 'Dogs win on senior night

The CCHS varsity volleyball team handled business last Thursday at home versus Wibaux on senior night. Stats and scores from the matches played on Thursday were not available. On Saturday, the girls...

 

Bulldogs finish regular season second in division

The CCHS Bulldogs trounced St. Labre two weeks ago on senior night at Rowley Field to wrap up their conference play for the season. The game was in large part treated as a junior varsity game for the...

 

Mary Jane Bierschenk

Mary Jane Bierschenk, age 76, passed away at Billings Clinic on October 17, 2023, with family by her side. She was born to Emil George and Eula Retha (Cunningham) Lovec in Baker, MT, on July 2, 1947....

 

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