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Tami Lynn Sturgeon

Tami Lynn Sturgeon, 55, a beloved wife, mother, daughter, sister and friend, passed away tragically and unexpectedly on March 24, 2024. She was born in Ekalaka, Montana on March 13, 1969 to Gary and...

 

March BARK Awards

Ekalaka Elementary School Behavioral BARK award winners for the month of March are shown above. BARK is an acronym for Be Respectable, Act Responsible, Remember Safety and Kindness Matters. In March...

 

Miss Montana Volunteer

On March 28th, Miss Montana Volunteer, Grace Peoples of Wibaux, traveled to Ekalaka Elementary where she visited and read with students. People's platform is to encourage youth to be active and get...

 

Three more file for school board

By last Thursday's deadline to file, four individuals had filed for two open three-year terms on the Ekalaka Public Schools Unified Board of Trustees. Both of the positions are for Elementary...

 

Shakespeare at Ekalaka Public Schools

Born from aspirations to bring the timeless tales of William Shakespeare directly to rural and under-served communities, Montana Shakespeare in the Parks has been enriching the lives of people in...

 

School District No. 15 and High School District No. 3 mail ballot election nears

By press time on Wednesday, only one individual, incumbent Samantha Wright, had filed in the upcoming election for trustee on the Ekalaka Public Schools Unified board. Wright filed for one of two...

 

Kapptie signs contract

In a split vote, the Ekalaka Elementary District No. 15 and Carter County High School Unified Board of Trustees moved to offer a superintendent/principal contract to candidate James Kapptie at a...

 

All about reptiles

submitted by Mrs. Mardee Guyer A group of high school zoology students from Carter County High School recently conducted educational sessions on reptiles for younger learners. Led by science teacher...

 

Public meetings on school election, levies

The Ekalaka Public Schools Unified Board of Trustees will soon be hosting public meetings about the upcoming school election and levies for both Carter County High School and Ekalaka Elementary District #15 that will be on the ballot. The first of...

 

Winners of statewide Montana Ag in Color drawing contest announced

Earlier this month, the Montana Farm Bureau Federation (MFBF) announced the winners of the Montana Youth Agriculture Literacy program drawing contest. "Montana Ag in Color" was developed in...

 

Students celebrate Dr. Seuss week

submitted by Mrs. Mardee Guyer Ekalaka Elementary School was buzzing with excitement last week as students and teachers alike celebrated Dr. Seuss Week from March 3rd to March 6th. Each day was filled...

 

Carter County Spelling Bee and Geography Bee winners

Keli Melton took 1st in the spelling bee, Waylon Wilson 2nd, Joby Owen 3rd, Tylinn Thomas 4th, and Vera Strub and Ayla Yates tied for 5th....

 

Ekalaka Public Schools: A burst of activity in early 2024

submitted by Mrs. Carol Spencer Ekalaka Public Schools have been a hive of activity throughout January and February, setting a dynamic tone for the year. The elementary students kicked things off... Full story

 

File now for school board

Two trustees will be elected to the Ekalaka Public Schools Unified Board of Trustees for three-year terms from Elementary School District No. 15 in the upcoming school election. In addition, one trustee will be elected to a one-year term on the...

 

Patricia "Patty" Nakasone

Patricia I. Nakasone, 69, of Ekalaka passed away February 15, 2024, at Dahl Memorial Hospital in Ekalaka. Patty was born on April 9, 1954, to Frank and Margaret York in Superior, MT. She was raised in...

 

January BARK Awards

Ekalaka Elementary School Behavioral BARK award winners for the month of January are shown above. BARK is an acronym for Be Respectable, Act Responsible, Remember Safety and Kindness Matters. In...

 

David Nakasone

David Nakasone, 74, of Ekalaka passed away December 27, 2023, at his home in Ekalaka. David was born on July 10, 1949, to Saburo and Matsuko Nakasone in Lihue, Hawai'i. He was raised in Lihue with...

 

Voters say no to additional school housing

The majority of local voters said no to a pair of school bonds totaling $1.5 million in Tuesday’s mail ballot election. Ekalaka Public Schools would have used the money to design, construct and equip staff housing on property the school already o...

 

Superintendent's Corner

The core purpose of Ekalaka Public Schools is to develop the full potential of each student so they possess the knowledge and skills to thrive in a competitive world. Our core values are communication...

 

Superintendent's Corner

Ekalaka Public Schools Board of Trustees has moved to run a bond election for staff housing. As part of the strategic plan made by the board, staff and community over the last year, one main goal is...

 

BARK Awards

Ekalaka Elementary School Behavioral BARK award winners for the month of September are shown above. BARK is an acronym for Be Respectable, Act Responsible, Remember Safety and Kindness...

 

CARTER COUNTY COMMISSION PROCEEDINGS

9-11-2023 The Board of Carter County Commissioners met in regular session on September 11, 2023, in the Carter County Commission Board Meeting Room of the Carter County Courthouse at 214 Park Street in Ekalaka, Montana. Rod Tauck, Chairman Mike...

 

School proposes more housing

Two separate bond elections, each for $750,000, were the topic of discussion at a community meeting on Tuesday night inside the CCHS Tuggle Room. Around fifteen individuals were present at the...

 

Agnes Lorraine Klingler

Agnes Lorraine (Naugle) Klingler died peacefully in her sleep August 8th, 2023 at the age of 94. She was born May 9, 1929 in Ekalaka, MT to John Earl Naugle & Agnes Delphia (Hall) Naugle. She was one...

 

Hammel named to DSU athletic hall of fame

Dickinson State Athletics announced their 2023 Blue Hawk Hall of Fame class on Monday. The class consists of six individual athletes and two teams and will be honored this fall. “We are very excited to announce the selection of the 3 men and 3 women...

 

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