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Town election results

Unofficial results of the Ekalaka general election show that Elizabeth Barth and Jimmy W. Mackay were both re-elected to the town council on Tuesday night. The two defeated Jonathan Champlin and A.J. Limberger and will serve two-year terms. Barth...

 

Wild Game Feed offers guns, grub and games

courtesy Fallon County Times The annual Fallon County Wild Game Feed will be back Saturday, Nov. 13, starting at 4 p.m. at the Fallon County Fairgrounds. There will be games for the kids (starting at 4 p.m.), followed by games for teens starting at...

 

Local FFA chapter travels to Indianapolis

This past week Mr. Seth Whitney, along with the FFA members, Kenzie Tooke, Darin Schallenberger, Jaden Pardee, Cardell Laughery, Kendra Tooke, Tracy Wilson, and Travis Schallenberger attended the...

 

Seth Sedgwick joins membership of American Angus Association

Seth Sedgwick, Ekalaka, is a new member of the American Angus Association, reports Mark McCully, CEO of the national breed organization headquartered in Saint Joseph, Missouri. The American Angus Association, with more than 25,000 active adult and ju...

 

Mid-Rivers awards education technology grants

Mid-Rivers Communications is proud announce the local recipients of its 2021 Education Technology Grants. Grants are awarded to educational facilities, including private, public, and home schools, and non-profit entities with an educational mission b...

 

Wesley Rogers

Funeral Services for Wesley Robert Rogers, 64, of Ekalaka will be held Saturday, November 6, 11 a.m. at Stevenson Funeral Home in Ekalaka with Pastor Jim Biswell officiating. Prayers and sharing will...

 

For Veterans Day

Editor's note: Ekalaka Public Schools Social Studies Teacher Mr. Adam Miller recently tasked students with writing a letter for Veterans Day. Following are seven of those letters. Dear Grandpa...

 

Cooking in the West

As Veteran’s Day approaches, my heartfelt gratitude goes out to all Veterans, but I especially feel deep sadness for those who served in Afghanistan who are feeling betrayed by their leaders who botched the exit and effectively erased all of their...

 

General season opener brings mild weather, plenty of hunters to southeast Montana

The general season opener brought mild weather and plenty of hunters afield. Below is a look at what Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks staff observed at three Sunday check stations operating in south...

 

Visit Southeast Montana welcomes new staff

Visit Southeast Montana recently welcomed Cassie Solberg to the staff as Marketing Specialist. Solberg is a Montana native, growing up on her family's farm and ranch in Denton. Because of her love...

 

Lady Bulldogs finish season at district tourney

CCHS Lady Bulldog volleyballers ended their season at the District 2C tournament in Glendive over the weekend. In the tourney’s first match Blue defeated Wibaux in four sets. As a team they had an impressive 25 kills and 46 digs. Codi Melton led th...

 

Gov. Gianforte announces program to recruit health care workers to Montana

At a press conference on Tuesday at Billings Clinic, Governor Greg Gianforte announced a new, innovative health care workforce recruitment program to address Montana’s longstanding health care workforce shortage and stabilize Montana’s health...

 

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