Articles from the November 24, 2023 edition

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Carter County FFA attends 96th National FFA Convention in Indianapolis

submitted by Carter County FFA Seven members from Plevna FFA, Mrs. Menees and 7 members from Carter County FFA took a long bus ride to Indianapolis. We left here on October 30th and returned on the...

 

Murder suspect freed on $1 million bond

GLENDIVE, Mont. - The northwest South Dakota man charged with murdering a Montana man over a custody dispute has been released on $1 million bond. Sterling Brown walked free from the Dawson County Cor...

 

Last chance to comment on carbon sequestration project

The Bureau of Land Management is seeking public comment on a proposal to permanently store carbon dioxide in underground rock formations on public land in Carter County. The Denbury Carbon Solutions,...

 

EPS activities: A month of engagement and learning

Ekalaka Public School has experienced a whirlwind of activities this November. The month kicked off with an exciting "Monster Mashup Math Night" on November 9, where kindergarten through sixth grade...

 

Darrell Johnson

Funeral Service for Darrell Johnson, 89, of Baker will be held 10 a.m. on Monday, November 27, 2023 with Pastor Mike Davis officiating at Stevenson Funeral Home in Baker. Burial will follow at...

 

Carter County Public Health Corner

submitted by Carter County Public Health Carter County Public Health has teamed up with Pharm406 to bring the NEW RSV vaccine along with the Flu, COVID, Pneumonia, and Shingles vaccines back to Ekalaka on Friday, December 1st from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m....

 

Help for your home energy bill

Many Montanans have heard about Energy Share of Montana, but may not realize exactly what it does. Energy Share helps Montanans who are facing loss of heat or lights in their homes and who have no resources to pay the bill themselves. Assistance is...

 

Cooking in the West

My favorite part of my County Superintendent job was getting out of the office and into the rural schools every week where I found a lot of featured cooks. Several years back for a special holiday column, I decided to ask the primary students of...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, You give great kindnesses to us, reminding us of one of life’s great realities. You not only deserve our love and worship, You also deserve our thankful hearts as everything that is good in life comes...

 

CAPITOLETTER

November 20, 2023 It’s been another week of nice weather at Capitol and on Tie Creek. Ronda Cordell had just been doing a bunch of little odd jobs with cattle, this week. On Tuesday, a load of Muggli cake was delivered, while she was in Ekalaka...

 

More amendments proposed for December Fish and Wildlife Commission meeting

Two more amendments to agenda items for the December Fish and Wildlife Commission meeting are available for public review online. The first amendment looks to change the hunting district boundary in 313 just north of Yellowstone National Park. This...

 

Montana's educational leaders gather to review new laws, initiatives

State leaders from across Montana's K-12 and higher education systems convened on the University of Montana campus this week for a discussion on an array of new laws, regulations and initiatives...

 

Junior high boys basketball wraps up season

The JH Boys Basketball season ended November 18 with the grand finale Sacred Heart tournament where Forsyth took first by only 1 point! The Boys A team lost to Forsyth Friday by only 4 points, and we couldn’t be prouder of them! Everything we had...

 

Junior high girls basketball finishes season at Sacred Heart

For this tournament, Friday’s games were a single elimination. We played Melstone and won 35 to 19. We were down by 2 points at the half and the girls came back and played tough defense and ran the offense for the second half. Samantha DeFord had...

 

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