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Apparent murder-suicide shocks residents

Late last week, one of the most terrible tragedies in the history of this great county shocked residents. Thirty-nine-year-old twin brothers, Travis and Eric Carlson, died in an apparent...

 

The world of reptiles

On Tuesday, Scott Shupe of Farmington, Kentucky was at Carter County High School for around forty minutes delivering excitement, entertainment, and education for local students. Shupe is an award...

 
 Events   

Homemakers Harvest, Saturday, October 28

On Saturday, October 28, Puptown Pioneers will be hosting the Fallon/Carter County Fall homemaker council meeting. The meeting is set to begin at 9:30 a.m., with registration at Carter County Events Center. Throughout the day those who attend will...

 
 Events   

CCS&CGA meeting set for November 14

The Carter County Sheep & Cattle Growers Association Annual Meeting will be held on November 14, 2017. All members and individuals who might be interested in joining the organization are invited to attend the meeting. Anyone who has industry issues,...

 

Mid-Rivers announces 2017 Educational Technology Grant recipients

Mid-Rivers Communications recently announced the recipients of the 2017 Educational Technology Grants. Grant applications from twenty-seven applicants requesting $116,980 were received, with a total of $35,000 being awarded to a wide variety of...

 

Dogs finish season with two wins

CCHS men finished their football season on a high note last Thursday afternoon when they defeated Froid-Medicine Lake by a wide margin. The win was the second win for Blue in five days, giving them a...

 

Robert Irving "Doc" Knipfer

Mr. Knipfer died October 19, 2017, in Bozeman, Montana, after a short illness. Robert Irving "Doc" Knipfer was born January 24, 1926. His parents were Edwin Knipfer and Annie Moore Knipfer of Knobs,...

 

Bright Ideas

The core of our house went up in the 1950s. It consisted of a very small bedroom, bathroom, and kitchen — just enough room for an old bachelor to settle at the end of the day. The outside walls were split logs, revealed in later modifications....

 

Q's Health News

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Breast cancer has touched the lives of many of us; whether you are a breast cancer survivor, in the midst of breast cancer treatment, or have a loved one who has been diagnosed. For women in the United...

 
 By Dean Meyer    Voices    October 27, 2017

Hat Tips

Hello, As we get closer to Halloween, it gives time to think of Halloweens from the past. Several years ago there was a fire called the Halloween fire. It was a windy devil and a fire started over toward Sidney, Montana. It burned for miles and...

 

Memories

I would like to finish my articles about Bob Renshaw and his family. He has such a detailed account of their homestead days and activities of people during those years. Renshaw even tells of his years in the court house as the clerk and recorder. In...

 

Bulldogs head into district tournament as number two seed

The Carter County Bulldogs lady volleyball team will head to this weekend's district tournament at the number two seed. The girls hadn't lost a conference game to any opponent except for rival Wibaux...

 

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