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Articles from the October 26, 2018 edition

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Carter County 4-H members visit Dahl Memorial residents

Carter County 4-H members took some time to share their 4-H projects with Dahl Memorial residents on September 29. The experience was great for all that attended. Some of the projects that were...

 

Election 2018 – Initiative 186

The controversy over ballot Initiative 186 seems to be about two competing visions for Montana's future economy, and water quality underlies them both. The ballot measure, if passed, would amend the...

 
 By Heidi Morton    Local    October 26, 2018

Family life and NRCS

This story was written by Heidi Morton, the daughter of Wayne and Deb Yost and a 2000 graduate of Carter County High School. The article was originally published in WiNNING Perspectives, Vol. 10...

 

Bright Ideas

I have not submitted articles to The Ekalaka Eagle for a couple of weeks. What’s that old saying? “If you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all.” That’s my excuse. I just had nothing to say. Last week was our first use of th...

 
 By Dean Meyer    Voices    October 26, 2018

Hat Tips

Hello, Last week I told you about a few of the bucking horses and how many of them were given their names. I had a lot of comments, well two, from readers. One from my daughter and one from my current wife, Shirley. So with that kind of response...

 

Letter to the editor

What is a Christian? Someone who has opened their heart to Jesus Christ and has accepted Him as their Lord and Savior. Are Christians perfect? No, only one man was perfect and led a sinless life, Jesus Christ. In today's society there seems to be a...

 

Election 2018 – Public Service Commission Districts 1 and 5

Voters across huge chunks of north and northeast Montana will fill two seats on the body that sets rates for regulated utilities, including NorthWestern Energy, which serves nearly two-thirds of the...

 

CCHS volleyball wraps up regular season

The CCHS volleyball girls finished their season with two home matches last weekend, and continued their hot, recent play by winning both games in three sets. Against Circle on Friday, the Bulldogs...

 

Dogs ends season at Jordan

CCHS Bulldog football finished their season on Friday night in Jordan. The Dogs played a great first half on defense, holding the Mustangs to 8 points. They weren’t blocking well on offense, though, and had trouble moving the ball. They didn’t...

 

Full weekend for Pups

Last weekend the Ekalaka junior high girls won all four basketball games they played. On Friday in Jordan, Ekalaka B held Jordan B to six total points and a scoreless fourth quarter. Nasya O’Connor led all scorers with 17, 7 of those came in the se...

 

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