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Articles from the December 15, 2017 edition

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Stayin' Alive

Throughout the month of November, area EMTs Wayne and Deb Yost taught Carter County High School ninth and tenth graders basic first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). EMTs Jim Pardee and...

 

Spreading holiday cheer

The local community choir performed a selection of Christmas songs on December 9th at Dahl Memorial and December 10th at St. Elizabeth Lutheran Church. Twenty-three area voices participated in the...

 

Courtney honored at Wyoming conservation convention

Colleen Courtney was honored at the Wyoming Association of Conservation Districts Annual Convention as the Teacher of the Year for her work in educating kids about the importance of conservation....

 
 Events   

Supper and Christmas concert, December 19

CCHS Close Up members are very close to reaching their funding goal that will send twelve high school students to Washington D.C this coming summer. In an effort to raise final funds, members will be holding a dinner before the Ekalaka Public...

 

Students review spectator expectations

The Carter County High School basketball season has begun. To ensure the safety and enjoyment of spectators attending games at CCHS, Ekalaka Elementary students were recently reminded of appropriate game attendance behavior. Students are expected to...

 
 By Vicki Fix    Voices    December 15, 2017

Winter – A Season of Safety

As we snuggle into our homes during the winter season, Southeast Electric Cooperative shares some safety tips. Use your space heater safely Many people turn to space heaters as a convenient source of...

 

Letter to the editor

As we move into the holiday season, telephone scammers are growing more aggressive. I received a phone call last evening. Caller ID said "Private Caller" but the man on the other end said he was from "Windows Tech Support", apparently in India, based...

 

Bright Ideas

Every year we open gifts for kids and gifts from kids, Katie and Clayton, on Christmas Eve. We did that when I was a kid. We’d go to Grandma and Grandpa’s house, have a meal, and open presents. One year my uncle Donnie had gotten a present for th...

 

Memories

To continue on with my memories of our early neighbors including, Frank (Bun) and Margaret (Peggy) Castleberry, who had a home built up the road from us up to the north. Again, Bud Heckman and his crew were the builders, and I was included in a...

 

Montana firefighters headed to California

HELENA, MONT. - Fifty-four Montana wildland firefighters and 16 wildland engines are headed to California to assist in firefighting efforts. The state of Montana received a request from the California Office of Emergency Services Tuesday afternoon to...

 
 By Dean Meyer    Voices    December 15, 2017

Hat Tips

Hello, Over the years you hear lots of stories. Stories of jokes that guys have played on one another. I’ve written about them in the past. About Johnny putting the dead calf in Clarence’s pasture. And Clarence buying a pail calf and then unable...

 

Dogs open season

Last weekend, Carter County High School basketball teams traveled to Lavina to play in a tournament. In their first game of the tournament—and the season—the Bulldog men took on a more experienced Westby-Grenora team. Although CCHS had six...

 

Bulldog girls go 1-1 at tourney

The CCHS girls basketball team started their season last weekend at a tournament in Lavina. Against Winnett-Grass Range, the girls were down by one going into the half, 17-18. In the third quarter, a low shooting percentage from the field led to...

 

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