Articles from the November 17, 2023 edition

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Ekalaka Public Schools Superintendent resigns

On the heels of former Ekalaka Public Schools Principal Brian Purnell's recent resignation, Superintendent Charles Cook formally announced his resignation at the unified board's regular meeting on Tue...

 

Weed district to reinstate cost share program

Carter County Weed District is reinstating the county wide cost share for the 2024 spray season. Here’s what you need to know: • You must have a current, approved weed management plan of file with the Weed District before purchasing chemical...

 

CCHS/EPS drama class in rehearsals

The CCHS drama class is currently in rehearsals for the upcoming dinner theater “Inn Trouble” on December 7th at 6 p.m. The murder mystery takes place in a rundown hotel in New York City, where several vloggers are staying for a weekend. From...

 

Annual lighting contest will be judged on December 19th

submitted by Sagebrush Service Club Sagebrush Service Club will again be sponsoring a Christmas lights decorating contest for residences and businesses. The judging will start at 5:30 p.m. on December 19th. The club will give three prizes for...

 

Southeastern 8-Man football honors teams

OFFENSE: 1st Team All-Conference Quarterback, Joey McDermott, Forsyth 1st Team All-Conference Quarterback, Chace Loehding, Ekalaka 2nd Team All-Conference Quarterback, Teegan Reede-Hahne, Park City...

 

2C volleyball honors teams

All-State selections: Krystan Hafla, Sr., Jordan; Mya Jorgenson, Jr., Savage; Alyssa Llewellyn, Jr., Wibaux; Mia Mader, Sr., Broadus; Madeline Moline, So., Circle; Emma Murphy, Fr., Circle; Nasya...

 

Letter to the editor

The most important global issue of the day is that of the middle east conflict. The barbaric evil of Hamas was in full display October 7th. The reports are undeniable; “The IDF told CNN that women, children, toddlers and elderly were brutally...

 

Letter to the editor

Dear Editor, Tomorrow November 11th, is Veterans Day, and yesterday November 9th, I had the honor of helping put on the Veterans Appreciation Program at the School. There were quite a few Veterans, several who had been adopted by each class and...

 

Cooking in the West

The best part of writing a weekly column is that readers love to help me out. This week I have Bobcat/Grizzly jokes as the cross-state football rivalry looms this Saturday. I am sure you will be able to tell that the jokes were sorted by a Bobcat...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, any day it’s great to ‘watch’ things, like clouds, trees, flowers, traffic, you name it, right? Can’t we just hear a group of kids using that word: “Let’s watch those clouds – they’re...

 

CAPITOLETTER

November 13, 2023 Tie Creek and Capitol are back to moderate fall weather. There were a few sprinkles of rain, and a windy day or two. Dick and Erma Albert had a good week. Erma was glad to go to the chiropractor, on Wednesday. She planned to have...

 

Mild weather, ample opportunity for antelope closer

Hunters out and about in southeast Montana during the closing weekend of antelope season found continuing mild weather, and most said they had opportunity to harvest an animal if they wanted to. Hysha...

 

JH girls take on Wibaux, Broadus

It has been a pleasure to coach these 5th and 6th graders, they have worked hard on their basic skills, offensive moves, and defensive slides for the last 6 weeks. On Friday we played Wibaux and the B team lost 16 to 33. Peighton Matthews had 4...

 

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