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COVID-19 cases

As of Tuesday, November 17, Montana reports a cumulative total of 49,398 confirmed COVID-19 cases, including 1,500 new cases since yesterday, 19,750 active cases, and 29,105 people considered...

 

Statewide and local numbers

As of Tuesday, November 10, Montana reports a cumulative total of 41,151 confirmed COVID-19 cases, including 1,101 new cases since yesterday, 16,816 active cases, and 23,873 people considered...

 

Unofficial general election results

A whopping ninety-four percent of the 926 registered voters in Carter County cast ballots in the 2020 Federal General Election. That number is up substantially from a 78 percent voter turnout in 2018...

 

Carter County Museum community quilt now finished

Earlier this year, Carter County Museum called on community members to send in quilt block designs that would be used to create a community quilt. In September, Denise Elmore of Forty 5 Degrees North...

 

Memories

My last article tells of Mrs. Quam, and of the letters she and Ruth received while the four boys were in the service. Now I would like to give you readers more history and information on this family...

 

Bulldogs fall to Panthers

The Carter County Bulldogs ended their football season in the first round of the playoffs at Park City last Saturday. Bulldog miscues on offense cost them in the first half. Twice receivers ran in...

 

COVID-19 cases

As of Tuesday, November 3, Montana reports a cumulative total of 35,159 confirmed COVID-19 cases, including 909 new cases since yesterday, 12,770 active cases, and 21,990 people considered recovered....

 

Memories

Their daughter Ruth has some memories and descriptions of her mother I would like to share. “Mrs. Quam spoke of the times on the ranch when they didn’t know where their next sack of flour was coming from, but they managed to get by. She often...

 

Statewide and local numbers

As of Tuesday, October 27, Montana reports a cumulative total of 29,346 confirmed COVID-19 cases, including 855 new cases since yesterday, 10,060 active cases, and 18,981 patients considered...

 

Time to mail your ballot is now, election administrator advises

Don’t wait any longer to get your ballot in the mail, local Election Administrator Pamela Castleberry is recommending. At the very least, mail your ballot at least two weeks before Election Day, to ensure it has plenty of time to arrive. Mail...

 

Burn ban lifted

Carter County Sheriff Neil Kittelmann, with the approval of the Carter County Commission, announced on Monday, October 19 that the 2020 burn ban has been lifted. Residents of Carter County must call in to the sheriff’s office at (406) 775-8743...

 

Dogs secure playoff spot with win over Wildcats

Carter County High School defeated the Wildcats in Circle last Thursday to secure their spot in the Montana 8-Man football playoffs. The Bulldogs went fifty-two yards on 9 plays in the game’s opening drive for their first score. The score came on...

 

Montana COVID-19 cases

As of Tuesday, October 20, Montana reports a cumulative total of 24,093 confirmed COVID-19 cases, including 706 new cases since yesterday, 8,999 active cases, and 14,842 patients considered...

 

Fire south of Ekalaka

A fire that started on Monday approximately sixteen miles south of Ekalaka on Highway 323 burned 3,177 acres. The fire was aided by high winds and jumped the highway, making it to Box Elder Creek....

 

County coronavirus numbers seesaw

On October 7, Carter County reported three confirmed active cases of COVID-19 and was no longer under the governor’s mask mandate. By October 10, the county reported four active cases and went back under the directive requiring masks. The next...

 

Junior high football celebrates 2020 season

The Carter County junior high football team ended a successful year on October 6 with one final practice in which they ran from the school parking lot to the top of "C Hill" to celebrate their...

 

Montana COVID-19 cases

As of Tuesday, October 13, Montana reports a cumulative total of 19,611 confirmed COVID-19 cases, including 530 new cases since yesterday, 7,774 active cases, and 11,620 patients considered...

 
 Events   

Chamber will meet Thursday

October’s Carter County Chamber of Commerce meeting will take place on Thursday, October 8, beginning at 5:50 p.m. inside Wagon Wheel Café. The meeting will start with a business news round table. Afterwards, an update on the 2021 chamber...

 

Don't be left out in the cold

Are you having trouble with winter heating bills? Southeast Electric Cooperative offers energy assistance in conjunction with the Action for Eastern Montana LIEAP program. Assistance is for the cost of your heating, which may be propane or...

 

Statewide numbers

As of Tuesday, October 6, Montana reports a cumulative total of 15,347 confirmed COVID-19 cases, including 504 new cases since yesterday, 4,983 active cases, and 10,172 patients considered recovered....

 

Local wins Miss Montana Teen 2021

Earlier this year, local teen Katie Tooke was battling health problems. She spent almost an entire month seriously ill before finally being diagnosed with an autoimmune disorder. That was about the sa...

 

2020 general election voting in Carter County

Ballots for the 2020 general election will be mailed to all active Carter County voters on October 9, 2020. Ballots can be returned by mail (P.O. Box 315) or delivered to the Carter County Clerk and...

 

Senior Center to reopen on Monday

The Carter County Senior Center will open its doors to the public on October 5th. There will be several measures taken to fulfill the requirements of Phase 2 of Governor Bullock’s reopening plan. Everyone will have their temperature taken with a...

 

County under Governor Bullock's mask mandate

After reporting one case of COVID-19 in Carter County early last week, the Carter County COVID-19 Task Force reported a total of three active cases last Wednesday. At an emergency meeting that evening, school board members voted to close Ekalaka...

 

Carter County youth to celebrate National 4-H Week

Every year, National 4-H Week sees millions of youth, parents, volunteers, and alumni come together to celebrate the many positive youth development opportunities offered by 4-H. The theme for this...

 

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