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Articles from the December 11, 2020 edition

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Mexican restaurant opens at local landmark

"I didn't know what I wanted it to be, but I didn't want it to be torn down," Sarina O'Connor told the Eagle on Tuesday. O'Connor was referring to the old stone building located at 102 Short Street...

 

Dahl Memorial angel tree at courthouse

In recent years Dahl Memorial staff have set up an angel tree near the hospital entrance for residents. Since the hospital is currently closed to visitors due to COVID-19, the angel tree will be set up at the entryway to Carter County Courthouse...

 

Eagle holiday schedule

The Eagle will publish the regular Christmas issue on December 25. Letters to Santa and greetings from businesses and individuals will be included in the December 25 issue. The issue dated January 1 will correspond with the usual date after...

 

Class C All-State volleyball selections

1C: Liv Wangerin, Jr., Plentywood; Donn Longan, Sr., Plentywood; Ashtyn Curtiss, Jr., Plentywood; Elizabeth Field, Jr., Westby-Grenora; Jadyn Gackle, Sr., Fairview; Kaitlyn McColly, Sr.,...

 

EPEDC adds two team members

Eastern Plains Economic Development Corporation is thrilled to announce two new positions who will be able to provide economic development assistance in Carter, Dawson, Fallon, Prairie and Wibaux...

 

Joe Carey

Joseph "Joe" Patrick Carey, 82, was born in a log house on the Carey Homestead in the Chalk Buttes near Ekalaka, MT on May 16, 1938. His parents, Joseph Hugh Carey and Mildred Kortum Carey, his two...

 

Cooking in the West

Even Dr. Fauci declared on the Sunday after Thanksgiving, “We say it, not being facetiously or having a soundbite or anything, but you know: close the bars, keep the schools open." To ABC's Martha Raddatz, Fauci stated, "Obviously, you don't have...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know, Lord, sometimes Holidays can be difficult. A friend’s reminder about SO many more obits in the paper due to Covid-19, as we are now entering the holiday season, surely means a lot more folks are having a...

 

COVID-19 cases

As of Tuesday, December 8, Montana reports a cumulative total of 69,346 confirmed COVID-19 cases, including 859 new cases since yesterday, 17,448 active cases, and 51,135 people considered recovered....

 

MDT and Oftedal Construction complete new Miles City Broadus Interchange on schedule

Originally constructed as a farm-interchange in 1961, today the Broadus interchange serves as the primary gateway to Miles City. Increased population growth and commercial activity in the area have...

 

EPEDC announces grant opportunities

Eastern Plains Economic Development Corporation recently announced two grant opportunities for OHV recreational opportunities: the Off-Highway Vehicle Grant Program and the Summer Motorized Trail Pass Grant Program (SMTP). Both grant programs are...

 

MCF awards $31,000 in grants to local communities as they "ReImagine" what is possible

The Montana Community Foundation, Inc. (MCF) is awarding over $31,000 in “ReImagine What is Possible” grants to local community foundations and organizations that participated in the second installment of ReImagining Rural (RR2), a partnership wi...

 

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