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Letter to the editor

The meaning and purpose of Dahl Memorial Healthcare Association expands beyond the medical care provided to our community and the people passing through our community. The economic impact of DMHA is also extremely important. The direct effect of DMHA...

 

Primary ballots to be mailed May 8th

Carter County Election Administrator Pam Castleberry said this week that ballots for Montana's primary election will be mailed to Carter County voters on Friday, May 8. Locally, there are only two...

 

Letter to the editor

I am writing to thank you for your past support of the Dahl Memorial Healthcare Association operating mill levy. I am requesting your continued support for the mill levy for operational assistance. The importance of the levy is more than for the...

 

Hospitals come together to support improving healthcare in the region

Through the Rural Health Development Hospital Improvement Grant, several eastern Montana facilities have banded together to provide support for each other on a regional basis. The grant is designed...

 

Tamara Ann "Tammy" Meade

Tamara Ann "Tammy" Meade, age 71, of Ekalaka passed away peacefully on Monday, April 13 at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City. Tammy was born on August 16, 1948 in Baker, Montana the youngest of fiv...

 

Kenten Allen Peabody

Kenten Allen Peabody, age 50, of Miles City passed away on April 13, 2020 at Advance Care Hospital of Montana in Billings, Montana. Kenten was born July 14, 1969 to Arthur and Mary (Chamberlain)...

 

Leah Zoe Waldren

Leah Zoe Waldren, age 93, passed away January 8, 2020, at Dahl Memorial Nursing Home in Ekalaka. Zoe was born in Baker, on May 20, 1926, to Arthur E. "Big Kid" and Gladys Speelmon Dague. She attended...

 

Letter to the editor

For the purposes of this letter, I am speaking as a community member, as well as on behalf of my position with Dahl Memorial. During this time, there seems to be more questions than answers, more fear than normality, and more rules than rights....

 

No health fair this year

Dahl Memorial Healthcare announced on Tuesday that there will be no annual health fair this year. In a statement, hospital staff noted that the decision was made "with the safety of our patients and...

 

COVID-19 updates

There is an overwhelming amount of information available that is related to COVID-19. Following are some guidelines all residents should practice. First, social distancing – keeping six feet...

 

New hospital facility project progressing

Over the last few weeks a great deal of visible progress has been made on the new hospital facility. Warmer weather has helped keep construction crews busy, especially with concrete work. Much of the...

 

COVID-19 community impact

Local health officials directed the closure of Ekalaka businesses last week as another aggressive step to curtail the spread of COVID-19. The move came prior to a state mandate from Gov. Steve...

 

Letter to the editor

During this time of uncertainty, people need people and we need each other. As we have read and listened to the news, the healthcare system may potentially become overwhelmed with COVID-19, not to mention the daily maintenance of the health of the...

 

Q's health news

Depression and anxiety are the two most common mental health disorders, and every person will experience one or both at some point in their life. Some people experience depression or anxiety over a short period, while others have a lifelong...

 

COVID-19 threat has local impacts

As the coronavirus spreads throughout the world and country, the threat of the virus has made significant local impacts. Last Thursday, Montana Governor Steve Bullock declared a state of emergency....

 

Voice your opinions on Carter County healthcare in new survey

Community members in Carter County may soon be receiving a survey form in their mailbox. This survey will be sent to a random sample of homes and will help Dahl Memorial Healthcare identify health services needed in the community. The information...

 

Local health department releases statement on coronavirus

On Tuesday, Carter County Public Health released the following statement in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now is the time for social responsibility. We have to understand others in our circle are vulnerable, and we need to protect them....

 

Q's Health News

A virus is an infectious microscopic organism which invades a living organism, such as humans, animals, bacteria, and plants, and uses those host to replicate. There are a multitude of different viruses. Many viruses cause diseases in humans, such...

 

Dahl continues to receive funds for new facility

Through generous donations and awards of various grants, Dahl Memorial has been able to secure funding to cover some of the expenses for updated hospital equipment and construction costs for the new healthcare facility being built in Carter County....

 

Tester, Hoeven team up to extend rural health care program

Last week, U.S. Senators Jon Tester (D-Mont.) and John Hoeven (R-N.D.) introduced legislation to extend the Frontier Community Health Integration Project (FCHIP) until August 2024, a program in ten facilities across Montana, Nevada and North Dakota...

 

Hughie Rose

Funeral services for Hughie Rose, 86, of Ekalaka, were held February 22 at Stevenson Funeral Home in Ekalaka with Pastor Scott Kiehn officiating. Hughie passed away Tuesday, February 18, 2020 at Dahl...

 
 By Vicki Fix    Opinion    February 14, 2020

Mayor's Notes

Happy New Year! After realizing that the last two years have flown by, I thought I might reflect on what is happening in your Town Council. In January we welcomed Jim Mackay to the council. He has...

 

Hospital upgrading computer system

Employees at Dahl Memorial Healthcare are currently upgrading the facility’s computer systems. Following is a statement from Dahl Memorial staff members regarding some of the changes that will occur as a result: “February will bring big changes...

 

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