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Articles from the November 6, 2020 edition

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Unofficial general election results

A whopping ninety-four percent of the 926 registered voters in Carter County cast ballots in the 2020 Federal General Election. That number is up substantially from a 78 percent voter turnout in 2018...

 

Carter County Museum community quilt now finished

Earlier this year, Carter County Museum called on community members to send in quilt block designs that would be used to create a community quilt. In September, Denise Elmore of Forty 5 Degrees North...

 

Lois Lambert

Lois Lambert, age 69, of Ekalaka, died October 27, 2020, at Dahl Memorial Nursing Home after a long and courageous battle with a variety of chronic illnesses with her husband and daughter at her...

 

Machelle Lucille Grimes

A private Celebration of Life for Machelle "Shelly" Grimes, 56, of Ekalaka, will be held at Stevenson Funeral Home, Ekalaka. Shelly was a huge advocate of social distancing and keeping the community...

 

Cooking in the West

With Covid restrictions in place, it is more important than ever this year to remember to honor Veteran's Day next Wednesday, I hope you will take time to honor all of the Veterans in your community. In our Big Timber, Montana community, we have an...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, we all need to behave wisely. The word solace [or comfort] is found/described in Your Word, several times in chapters 10-12 of Ecclesiastes. It’s a word that’s meant to bring comfort and relief;...

 

Memories

My last article tells of Mrs. Quam, and of the letters she and Ruth received while the four boys were in the service. Now I would like to give you readers more history and information on this family...

 

Bulldogs fall to Panthers

The Carter County Bulldogs ended their football season in the first round of the playoffs at Park City last Saturday. Bulldog miscues on offense cost them in the first half. Twice receivers ran in...

 

Netters end season at district tourney

In first round action at the District 2C Volleyball Tournament in Glendive last weekend, CCHS defeated Terry in three sets, 25-22, 25-15 and 25-18. Ella Owen led CCHS with 3 of 9 aces, Codi Melton...

 

COVID-19 cases

As of Tuesday, November 3, Montana reports a cumulative total of 35,159 confirmed COVID-19 cases, including 909 new cases since yesterday, 12,770 active cases, and 21,990 people considered recovered....

 

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