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Articles from the December 9, 2022 edition

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Sights of the season

A community Christmas tree lighting took place in Ekalaka on Sunday. The now annual event was started a few years ago by a group of local community members. The tree was sourced locally and will stay...

 

New storefront in downtown Baker

On Nov. 1, at 125 South Main Street in Baker the ribbon to mark the official grand opening of the much-anticipated Junction 39 was cut at 10 a.m. "This will make it so real," said JoDee Pratt while pr...

 

MSU Extension reminds Montanans to open Montana medical care savings account or deposit into an established account before Dec. 31

Montana State University Extension is reminding Montanans to open a Medical Care Savings Account or make deposits into their accounts before Dec. 31 to save money on Montana income taxes. An MSA is an account used to reduce the cost of saving for...

 

Annual Cemetery meeting nears

As 2022 comes to a close, it is almost time for the Annual Beaver Lodge Cemetery Association Meeting. The meeting will take place at the Johnny and Sue Breding residence in Ekalaka on Wednesday,...

 

Eagle holiday schedule

The Eagle will publish its Christmas issue on Friday, December 23rd. Letters to Santa and greetings from businesses and individuals will be included in that issue. The issue dated December 30th will correspond with the usual date between Christmas...

 

Charles J. Barbero

Charles J. Barbero, Sr. was born at the family ranch on Duncan Creek on September 15, 1926. He passed away in Broadus, Montana on December 1, 2022, at the age of 96. His daughter, Patti was by his sid...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know Lord, sometimes when one gives a gift, one gets ‘something’ back. We recall a paper rose given to a dear Aunty quite a long time ago. No matter when or what was given to her, she always sent/gave a ‘thank...

 

Cooking in the West

Since I am retiring from my County Superintendent of Schools job at the end of this month, I am trying to clean out file cabinets and computer files. Some days I don't get a lot accomplished, because it is like taking a 41 year trip down memory lane...

 

Memories

My last article about "Mister Rowley" started at his birth, followed by his education and teaching positions. In 1925 he learned of an opening of the principalship of the schools in Ekalaka, Montana...

 

Carter County Public Health Corner

Positive Influenza cases have arrived in Carter County | It’s not too late to get the flu vaccine. High Dose and Regular flu vaccines are available. Call to schedule an appointment or with questions, (406) 775-6332. Radar item for parents of...

 

CARTER COUNTY COMMISSION PROCEEDINGS

11-30-2022 The Board of Carter County Commissioners met in regular session on Wednesday, November 30, 2022, in the Carter County Commission Board Meeting Room of the Carter County Courthouse at 214 Park Street in Ekalaka, Montana. Rod Tauck, Vice Cha...

 

Check station traffic down slightly final weekend despite fairer weather

MILES CITY – The weather was a bit milder for the final weekend of the general hunting season, but hunter traffic was still down a bit at check stations on Sunday in southeast Montana. Hysham check station The number of hunters passing through the...

 

Lady 'Dogs pick up early season wins

The CCHS Lady Bulldogs started their season last weekend with non-conference games versus Melstone and Savage on consecutive days at Sacred Heart school in Miles City. The girls beat Melstone on Friday, 49-40, and followed that with another win, 52-2...

 

CCHS starts season 0-2

The CCHS Bulldog varsity boys’ basketball team also kicked off their season last weekend, falling to non-conference opponents Melstone and Savage. The ‘Dogs were outscored by the Melstone Broncs by 18 points in the first half on Friday, and went...

 

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