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Tooke bucking horses inducted to Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame

Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame & Western Heritage inductee: Tooke Bucking Horses (established 1943) District of induction: 3 On a ranch thirteen miles west of Ekalaka, Montana, roam nearly sixty...

 

Time to mail your ballot is now, election administrator advises

Don’t wait any longer to get your ballot in the mail, local Election Administrator Pamela Castleberry is recommending. At the very least, mail your ballot at least two weeks before Election Day, to ensure it has plenty of time to arrive. Mail...

 

Burn ban lifted

Carter County Sheriff Neil Kittelmann, with the approval of the Carter County Commission, announced on Monday, October 19 that the 2020 burn ban has been lifted. Residents of Carter County must call in to the sheriff’s office at (406) 775-8743...

 

A stitch in time

Shirley Moseley of Camp Crook, began embroidering scenes of the Native American culture nearly forty years ago in her free time, which at the time wasn't very much since she had four daughters that...

 

Evelyn "Chub" Tuss

Evelyn May ("Chub") Tuss, 95, our "little ray of sunshine" shone on this earth for the last time on Saturday morning, October 17, 2020. She has joined many of her loved ones and is now at peace. Chub...

 

Meghan "Meg" Erickson

Funeral Service for Meghan "Meg" Erickson, 40, of Sidney, formerly of Baker, were held October 19, 2020 at Stevenson Funeral Home, Baker with Tom Stieg officiating. Meghan Kim Erickson "Meg" passed...

 

Beverly Beringer

Beverly Jean Beringer 88 of Atlantic, IA passed away Saturday, October 17, 2020 at Heritage House in Atlantic. A funeral service will be held 10 a.m. Friday, October 23 at Osheim & Schmidt Funeral...

 

Cooking in the West

As the election draws nearer, I feel compelled to point out that Joe Biden’s 4 trillion dollar tax plan would raise taxes on all of our households both in life and at death, according to analysis by the Tax Policy Center. Biden has set his sights o...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, sometimes when several of us gals gather together, depending on the season, or the reason for our gathering, we usually chuckle when we share, when we ‘remember when’. Some younger gals don’t recall w...

 

Letter to the editor

As we approach the election I have a question I would you all to think about and answer to YOURSELF. Whether you consider yourself to be a Republican, Democrat, Libertarian, or an Independent. Why are you? Is it because one or more of your parents we...

 

NRCS sets conservation program funding application cutoff for November 17

The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Montana has set a November 17, 2020, application cutoff for agricultural operators to be considered for the next conservation program funding cycle. The cutoff date applies to the...

 

Lady Bulldogs split matches

Last week, CCHS Volleyball beat Wibaux in three straight sets to pick up a win. The girls won 26-24, 25-19 and 25-14. As a team, they had 12 aces, 35 kills, 49 digs and 27 assists. Ella Owen led in aces with 4, Kari Kittelmann had 14 digs, Heidi...

 

Dogs secure playoff spot with win over Wildcats

Carter County High School defeated the Wildcats in Circle last Thursday to secure their spot in the Montana 8-Man football playoffs. The Bulldogs went fifty-two yards on 9 plays in the game’s opening drive for their first score. The score came on...

 

Montana election administrators are committed to safe and secure elections

We serve voters by ensuring their qualifications are valid, their information is accurate, and that they have equitable, unobstructed access to voting. We protect the integrity of the election by ensuring that every valid ballot that is timely...

 

Montana COVID-19 cases

As of Tuesday, October 20, Montana reports a cumulative total of 24,093 confirmed COVID-19 cases, including 706 new cases since yesterday, 8,999 active cases, and 14,842 patients considered...

 

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