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Articles from the November 3, 2017 edition

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Come on down

Young children traveled area businesses to do some trick-or-treating on Halloween. It was certainly difficult to get them to sit still long enough to get a group picture, possible due to the amount...

 

ONEOK grant for new pool

Former Ekalaka Town Clerk/Treasurer Lisa Jourdan recently received a phone call from ONEOK, a pipeline company which has lines in Carter County. During the call, she learned that the company will be fulfilling her submitted grant request for a new...

 

Carter County calendars for sale!

Sixty pounds of the Carter County calendars arrived in Ekalaka last week. "Over the Moon" is the title on this 2018, Carter County Chamber of Commerce Calendar. Two hundred fifteen of these calendars...

 
 Events   

Area blood drive November 14

An Ekalaka community blood drive will be held at the Carter County Events Center Meeting Room on Tuesday, November, 14, from 2:00 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. Anyone who would like to donate is asked to contact organizer Darlene Carter Rose at 775-6431, or...

 

Holiday donations to area food bank

Thanksgiving is just around the corner and soon the holiday season will be in full swing. The area food bank is busier around the holidays each year. Following is a list of ideas for those who would like to graciously donate at this time, but are...

 

Individual identified in Hysham-area poached bull case

When Fish, Wildlife & Parks put out the word on October 12 about a bull elk being poached south of Hysham, the public was furious. A Region 7 Facebook post about the case reached 279,611 people, the vast majority of whom were very vocal about...

 

Eric Carlson

Eric Ryan "Owie" Carlson, age 39 passed away Thursday, October 19, 2017 in Ekalaka, Montana. A memorial service will be held at Belltower Hall on Saturday, November 4, beginning at 1:00 p.m. Eric was...

 

Travis Carlson

Travis Albert Carlson, age 39, passed away Thursday, October 19, 2017 in Ekalaka, Montana. A memorial service will be held at Belltower Hall on Saturday, November 4, beginning at 1:00 p.m. Travis was...

 

Drury Phebus

Funeral services for Drury Phebus, 94, of Baker, were held October 27, 2017 at Stevenson Funeral Home, Baker, MT. Burial followed in Bonnievale Cemetery. Drury passed away Sunday, October 22, 2017 at...

 

Bright Ideas

I tend to think of myself as I was at 27 or 30, full-voiced, opinionated, the sort of person you either liked or didn’t. I never was big, but I tried to stand tall. I was a Democrat, but there were a few other Democrats in this mostly Republican...

 
 By Elin Kittelmann    Events   

Cattle nutrition seminars

Feed costs account for the largest input cost in a ranching operation. Are you feeding your livestock the most efficient way possible? Join us for our cattle nutrition seminar on November 14th in Ekalaka or November 15th in Baker. The program in...

 
 By Dean Meyer    Voices    November 3, 2017

Hat Tips

Hello, In the fall I attend several livestock auctions. Sometimes I am selling. Sometimes I am buying. Usually I am just watching. This helps when I have to do my year end balance sheet for my bankers. Note the term. Bankers. I have more than one....

 

Junior high basketball scores

Junior high boys October, 20. Ekalaka (B) @ Jordan (B); Q1: 0, Q2: 0, Q3: 2, Final Score: 2-24. Ryker Carroll: 2. Ekalaka (A) @ Jordan (A); Q1: 6, Q2: 13, Q3: 16, Q4: 4, Final Score: 19-30. Sean Wolenetz: 6, Tucker Tooke: 7, J.W. Elmore: 5, Jaden...

 

Local FFA chapter attends districts

On September 26th, the local FFA chapter attended Fall Districts in Forsyth, Montana. Five members attended: Kyleigh Bonsell, Heather & Hannah LaBree, Jaelee Strangford, and Jasmine Erickson. The...

 

Declared write-in Fix wins Ekalaka mayoral race

Unofficial results of the Ekalaka general election show that Vicki Fix, a declared write-in, has been elected as mayor. Fix received 71% of the vote (130). Patrick W. Strickland received 49 votes and...

 

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