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Articles from the November 2, 2018 edition

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Happy Halloween

Young children traveled area businesses to do some trick-or-treating for Halloween on Wednesday morning. Above, some of the youngsters who attend Gigglers and Wigglers Daycare and Preschool are shown...

 

Election 2018 – Matt Rosendale profile

In a small room at the back of a historic hotel in Whitehall, Mont., Republican Matt Rosendale told a crowd of about 30 people he's not worried about a Democratic groundswell this election cycle. "I...

 

Election 2018 – Jon Tester Profile

Jon Tester worked his way down a row of eager union members, shaking hands as he went. His battered pair of dusty cowboy boots a sharp contrast with the button-up dress shirt. Even his outfit sends...

 

Carter County High School and Ekalaka Junior High first quarter honor roll

A HONOR ROLL (3.5 GPA or higher) Claire Callahan Ryker Carroll Caleb Fix Seth Kennedy Kari Kittelmann Kendall Kittelmann Whitney Kittelmann Wyatt Kittelmann Hannah LaBree Heather LaBree Heidi LaBree Tylee Loehding Codi Melton Mick O’Connor Tyra...

 
 By Dean Meyer    Voices    November 2, 2018

Hat Tips

Hello, To many of my readers, this time of the year is a great time. Pheasant hunting is open, you can blast those ducks that are heading south, and deer season is right around the corner. Coyotes are nearing prime and prairie dogs are enjoying...

 

Memories

I will continue this week with memories of our neighbors, Frank and Clara Nies. My last article told of them getting a years supply of coal and wood from their own place, taking a month to fill the coal house. One day while uncovering the coal Clara...

 
 By Ryan Tooke    Opinion    November 2, 2018

Letter to the editor

When I first thought of applying for the CEO position at Dahl Memorial, it was the possibility of building a new facility that excited me the most about the opportunity. When I left Ekalaka 20 years ago, I didn’t think my career path would take me...

 

Bright Ideas

As a very little girl, I remember my mom listening to baseball games on the radio. She would be doing the dishes while the radio sat on the refrigerator. Didn’t everyone’s radio reside on the refrigerator? I only started following baseball after...

 

Montana Veterans' Affairs: A Matter for Men Only?

Veteran affairs are a matter of growing concern as Montana’s veteran population is both growing and aging. This is no doubt a key reason why Jon Tester has made advocating on behalf of Montana’s heroes and wounded warriors a central feature of...

 

Election 2018 – Greg Gianforte, U.S. House race

In Missoula's GOP headquarters, surrounded by Republican civic leaders, volunteers and veterans, Congressman Greg Gianforte recently made his pitch for re-election as Montana's only voice in the U.S....

 

Election 2018 – Kathleen Williams, U.S. House race

On a brisk mid-September morning, Gallatin County Democrats circled around a rippling blue tarp, one adorned with sequins and glitter, and grabbed an edge of the wave. Kathleen Williams' campaign...

 

CCHS wins District 2C Volleyball Tournament

It took thirteen sets against conference rival Wibaux for CCHS Volleyball to take home first place at the District 2C Volleyball Tournament in Glendive last weekend. In their tourney opener, the...

 

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