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Chamber meeting December 10

Carter County Chamber of Commerce will meet at 6 p.m. on Thursday, December 10. The meeting will be held virtually. Annual chamber calendars will be discussed at the meeting as will the Mainstreet Project. A report on Reimainging Rural Montana will...

 

Forest Service Christmas tree permits available online

It’s that time of year when thousands of families make the annual trek into the woods to cut their own Christmas tree. The Forest Service is helping to carry on this tradition and make it even easier by offering a new online option for Christmas...

 

Spreading light

A group of community members has put in the legwork to put on a Christmas tree lighting ceremony in Ekalaka. The lighting will take place at 6 p.m. on Friday, December 11 at the vacant triangle lot...

 

2C All-Conference volleyball selections

First Team Lindsey Lawrence, Jordan Zeason Schaffer, Broadus Lacey Lawrence, Jordan Kari Kittelmann, Ekalaka Kayli Haynie, Circle Sophie Kreider, Jordan Ava Kreider, Jordan Second Team Sierra Nagle,...

 

Eastern 8 Player Division All-Conference selections

First Team Offense Quarterback: Jayce Tande, Scobey, 12 Turner Tooke, Ekalaka, 11 Running Back: Brady Buxbaum, Fairview, 12 Payton Leibrand, Scobey, 12 Erik Field, MonDak, 11 Center: Steve Rice,...

 

Sheila Cline

On November 18, 2020, Sheila Cline, 67, of Baker, passed away at Fallon Medical Complex. In accordance to Sheila's wishes, cremation has taken place. A memorial service will be held in the spring...

 

Beverly Earlene Heckman (Gundlach)

Beverly was born in Ekalaka on August 23, 1931. She was the 8th child of 14 children to George and Frances (Garcia) Gundlach. Her early years were spent near Opechee Park and later her family moved...

 

A time to donate

As we approach the end of 2020 you may be thinking about donating to one of Montana’s charities. Your donation helps these organizations provide critical services and this year many need your help. In addition to helping charities, your donation...

 

Cooking in the West

I was born into my parents' outfitting business, and I have spent many years as a hunting camp cook, so I have always revered hunting guides. I love to listen to hunters' tales of how their guide nearly killed them off dragging them to the top of eve...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: It’s amazing, Lord, when one finds an interesting article to share! The following is by Ruth C. Ikerman, entitled: Do what You Don’t Have To DO. “A friend who thoroughly enjoys each new Christmas season once told me...

 

More hunters, mild weather for final big game weekend

Very pleasant weather for the final weekend of the big game hunting season drew lots of hunters out to try to punch their tags in southeastern Montana. Hunter traffic was above average at two of the...

 

12 Montana counties officially establish Big Sky Passenger Rail Authority

Twelve Montana counties have officially founded the Big Sky Passenger Rail Authority to advocate for the return of passenger rail service across southern Montana. The finalized joint resolution,...

 

SBA economic injury disaster loans available to Montana small businesses

Small nonfarm businesses in nine Montana counties and neighboring counties in South Dakota and Wyoming are now eligible to apply for low‑interest federal disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration, announced Director Tanya N....

 

COVID-19 cases

As of Tuesday, December 1, Montana reports a cumulative total of 63,205 confirmed COVID-19 cases, including 1,015 new cases since yesterday, 16,157 active cases, and 46,350 people considered...

 

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