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Articles from the November 26, 2021 edition

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Santa Stops In Ekalaka

Area youngsters enjoyed (mostly) visiting with jolly old Saint Nicholas on Saturday at Summit National Bank in Ekalaka during the bank's annual customer appreciation....

 
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CCHS Drama class presents 'The Baseball Diamond'

The CCHS Drama class is once again presenting a dinner theater. The Baseball Diamond, stars Jaden Pardee (junior), Zander Ashbrook and Travis Shallenberger (freshmen), and Sadie Poppema (7th grade). The play, written by Miss Morgan’s drama class,...

 

Undefeated

The Ekalaka junior high boys' A basketball team finished the season with a championship trophy at their year-end tournament in Miles City over the weekend. The team went undefeated on the season,...

 

A list of lucky winners

Last Saturday’s holiday bazaar sponsored by Sagebrush Service Club, Summit National Bank’s Appreciation Day, and drawings by area businesses holding open houses produced a large number of lucky winners throughout the day. Prizes around town...

 
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Annual Advent Tea

St. Elizabeth Lutheran Church will be hosting its annual Advent Tea on Saturday, December 4th, starting at noon at the church. All are invited to attend and celebrate the beginning of the Christmas season....

 

Carter County Geological Society to host 'Six Hundred Generations'

Carter County Geological Society will host Montana Conversation "Six Hundred Generations: Exploring the Indigenous Archaeology of Montana" with Carl M. Davis on December 2 at 7 p.m. The program is at...

 

Jim Courtney

James Edward Courtney was born October 29, 1931 to James M. and Dorothea (Bischoff) Courtney at the beginning of the Great Depression ...drought, dust and hard times were all Dad knew during his...

 

Mary Ann Moore

Mary Ann Moore, age 89, passed away on November 21, 2021 at Holy Rosary Extended Care following a short illness from throat cancer. Mary Ann was born on March 6, 1932 to George and Mabel (Kessler)...

 

Cooking in the West

Being a recipe columnist implies a huge responsibility. One year many years ago, one of my infamous fan letters in the “Agri-News” complained, “The plum cake in Susan’s column was so bad my dog wouldn’t even eat it.” Turns out I had left...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, when it seems that there’s no hope, things aren’t going according to our plans, or maybe just going askew, it’s then that we must remember that You are faithful, You hear our prayers and intervene in...

 

The Corner

This time of year is like accidentally grabbing the electric fence, In its way of making memories flash within our minds - the shortly lit days of our holidays - memories which are often intense, I think back upon my Carter County Thanksgivings and...

 

Check station traffic steady in southeast Montana midway through season

The Hysham check station was busy on an extremely gusty Sunday Nov. 14 following the third week of the general season. “Overall, hunters seemed content with their hunts, and I was impressed with the quality of deer that were taken,” said FWP...

 

Junior high basketball box scores

Girls A Ekalaka vs. Sacred Heart Ekalaka: 16, 30, 44, 54 Sacred Heart: 14, 17, 19, 27 Ekalaka: Nasya O'Connor 26, Keli Melton 13, Corlan Laughery 7, Bella Jensen 6, Allie Shepherd 2 Sacred Heart: Graley B. 13, Carly W. 8, Molly O. 2, Carmen O. 2,...

 

Bringing home the hardware

The Ekalaka junior high girls' A basketball team took second at their year-end tournament in Miles City over the weekend, falling to Melstone in the championship....

 

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