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Jesperson honored at MSU

Ekalaka native Robert Jesperson was recently honored during this year's homecoming at Montana State University by receiving the Alumni Achievement Award. In addition to the award, Jesperson was induct... Full story

 

EVFD raffle winners

Ekalaka Volunteer Fire Department members held the drawing for their annual gun raffle fundraiser over the weekend at Dawg House Pub. Cindy Quade was this year’s lucky grand prize winner. She received a custom Howa .243 rifle. Mitch Olsen of...

 

Annual lighting contest judged on Dec. 16

Sagebrush Service Club is again sponsoring an annual Christmas light decorating contest. This year's judges will be driving around town on Sunday, December 16. Participants who wish to be a part of...

 
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"Light the World" this Christmas season

Join members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in making the season a little brighter. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints invites everyone to participate in its annual “LIght the World” campaign. The theme this year...

 

Gerald Lee Henderson

Gerald Lee Henderson was born in Malvern, Iowa on August 16, 1931. He was the second son of Roy M. Henderson and Georgia (McGill) Henderson. He served in the US Navy from 1952-1955. He was involved...

 
 By Dean Meyer    Voices    November 30, 2018

Hat Tips

Hello, A famous quote, probably more famous than Grandpa’s, “Never buy a horse from a guy that sits in the front pew at church,” was Winston Churchill’s, “The only thing we have to fear… is fear itself.” Evidently, Winston did not know...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, the word ‘terminal’ sometimes causes a bit of a shock when we think about our own life…. not that any of us really ever figured that we were going to live down here on earth forever. An interesting...

 

FWP to hold session on replacing Automated License System

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is requesting permission from the Legislature to replace its current Automated License System (ALS). User input is critical to this process. FWP would like to understand where ALS is meeting customer needs and how it...

 

Demolition begins

Demolition started this week on the old Ekalaka Elementary. Above, the 1952 addition is torn down while the original 1942 structure still stands. Current plans are for bids to go out in April of 2019...

 

Letter to the editor

On a daily basis we are inundated on both the local and national level with news of how the opioid epidemic continues to infiltrate communities across this country. Previously, over-prescription of chronic pain-relieving opioids was believed to be...

 

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