Articles from the October 27, 2023 edition

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Southeast Electric donates to local food banks

submitted by Southeast Electric Cooperative Southeast Electric Cooperative (SECO) continually looks for ways to give back to the community. In July, Southeast Electric board members voted to donate...

 

Fallon homicide defendant sentenced

Jake Burghduff, the first defendant to be tried in the homicide case of Fallon resident Isaac Carrier, was sentenced on Tuesday, receiving a punishment that was far less than recommended by the...

 
 Events   

Annual bazaar nears

Sagebrush Service Club’s Annual Holiday Bazaar is quickly approaching. The event will take place on Saturday, November 18th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Carter County High School gym. This year lunch, pie and coffee will be available. Free...

 

Superintendent's Corner

The core purpose of Ekalaka Public Schools is to develop the full potential of each student so they possess the knowledge and skills to thrive in a competitive world. Our core values are communication...

 

Homemakers hold fall council meeting

The Fallon-Carter Homemakers clubs learned about several cooking methods during the recent fall council meeting. The Diligent Doers Club hosted the meeting Oct. 4 at Camp Crook Community Center. Guest speakers followed the day’s theme “Prairie...

 

Carter County Public Health Corner

submitted by Carter County Public Health LIFTT coming to Ekalaka | LIFTT is coming to Ekalaka to host an event at Carter County Event Center from noon to 3 p.m. on November 1st. LIFTT will be providing Covid Vaccine. Please call LIFTT with any...

 

Cooking in the West

Since my faithful mare, Tinkerbelle, died, I have been looking for the perfect old lady’s horse. Actually I found him in Ekalaka, Montana, but I can’t wrap my head around the asking price. I have come to realize that the perfect bomb proof...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know Lord, when company visits, the kids love looking out the West window; amazed to see a Sunset, especially since they live ‘downtown’ and don’t often SEE Sunrise OR Sunset! They hollered, “Come QUICK – a...

 

Baby Bruski

Luke Daniel Bruski was born September 18th in Dickinson, North Dakota to proud parents Ryan and Abbey Bruski of Ekalaka. Luke joins two excited sisters, Bekka and Harper. The family thanks everyone...

 
 By Karen Odell    Voices    October 27, 2023

CAPITOLETTER

Indian Summer descended upon Tie Creek and Capitol, this week. There was a day or two of breezy weather, but the days were mostly mild and sunny. Erma Albert had her last physical therapy appointment on Tuesday. She is now on her own. Keep up your...

 

Respect access while utilizing Block Management Areas

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...

 

Talking actual property tax numbers

Montana collects $2.1 billion in property tax, with allocations as follows: 56% to schools, 28% to counties, 11% to cities/towns, and 5% to special districts. The 6 statewide university mills stay at the state, while the 95 statewide school mills...

 

Junior high boys basketball rebounding well

Rebound! The JH boys’ basketball teams were aggressive on the boards against Plevna and Wibaux. Boys B team top rebounders with three each were Cortland O’Connor, Grady Stieg, and Landry Shepherd. Boys B team has 13 players (Trey Tauck, Bentley...

 

Junior high girls basketball working on positionless offense

We have been working on positionless offense so that every girl has the option to dribble, shoot or pass. These girls are quick to pick up the new drills we are giving them. We are setting goals during practice and for games, whether it is getting a...

 

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