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Local racers win big

At the start of the 2020 Montana-Bump-N-Run season, organizers weren't even sure if there would be a season. Three local residents ended up having a lot of success over the course of the season,...

 

MHSA lays out guidelines for basketball

The Montana High School Association Executive Board held an online meeting on November 4 to discuss some of the different regulations, guidelines and formats for its upcoming winter athletic season. “Along with the National Federation of High...

 

Annual Christmas lighting contest a go

Sagebrush Service Club was unable to host an annual holiday bazaar this year, and the club is not having their Christmas party either, but plans to sponsor the annual Christmas lighting contest for homes and businesses is a go. Homes and businesses...

 

Dahl Memorial Healthcare releases holiday schedule

The schedule for the clinic, business office and pharmacy at Dahl Memorial during the holiday season follows. Thanksgiving: Closed on Thursday, November 26 and Friday, November 27. Christmas: Closed at noon on Thursday, December 24 and all day on...

 

Bullock announces new COVID restrictions

In a press conference on Tuesday afternoon, Governor Steve Bullock enacted more measures in response to the coronavirus. "These are decisions that I don't take lightly, yet they are a necessity,"...

 

A Personal Experience of Lawrence Johnston

Deciding I was as well concealed as possible for the moment, I lay there thinking of the past and speculating as to my chances for a future. The area was soon swarming with curious civilians and German troops. I could hear their shouts above the...

 

Cooking in the West

by Susan Metcalf One of the nicest compliments I receive is when readers tell me that they have hung my column on their refrigerator or mailed it to someone (often anonymously) to try to make a point humorously and semi-tactfully. Since we are going...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, sometimes when we’re hungry, memory kicks in and a scent seems to drift by us, makes us ‘think’ of our Mommy baking bread. Yum! Our Mom was the best baker in our neighborhood – just ask any of the n...

 

Plymouth Rock and relatives

The Pilgrims who landed at Plymouth Rock in 1620 traded newfound religious freedom for harsh living conditions being unprepared for the bitter winters of New England. The Plymouth historical...

 

Montana needs an Indigenous People's Day

“Destiny is the scape-goat which we make responsible for all our crimes and follies; a necessity which we set down invincible when we have no wish to strive against it.” Alexander Belfour (1767-1829), Scottish novelist. In 1296 English invaded...

 

From the desk of Jim Phalen

Returned for another opinion from Tobin’s desk. Thanks for some review from the previous week and especially for Bible verses as well as those Catholic ideas. Quite something that those Catholic ideas were followed in the Eagle with the election...

 

Letter to the editor

There’s a time for everything. I have been wanting to write this letter for a long time. Listening to the Vice President Debate the other night that Socialist that’s running for Vice President with Joe Biden made the time right for this letter....

 

Celebrating another season

J&J Guide Service owners Rich and Sue Schneider are currently finishing up their ninth season in Ekalaka with a second hunting camp in Martinsdale....

 

COVID-19 cases

As of Tuesday, November 17, Montana reports a cumulative total of 49,398 confirmed COVID-19 cases, including 1,500 new cases since yesterday, 19,750 active cases, and 29,105 people considered...

 

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