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 By Ryan OConnell    Local    June 8, 2018

Watkins crawls past Walker

Anyone who didn't cast a ballot missed their chance to make a difference. Mike Watkins became the unofficial District 3 Republican nominee for Carter County Commissioner this November after defeating...

 
 By Ryan OConnell    Local    June 1, 2018

School is out, awards are in

Kindergarten graduates let the show begin at the Spring Awards Assembly with a rambunctious circus routine that included acrobatics, jumping rope and trick ring toss. After the entertainment, the...

 

Summer reading program starting soon

The Ekalaka Public Library's Summer Reading Program starts Thursday, June 7. Children aged seven and older will meet from 1-2 p.m. and children six and under will meet from 2:30-3 p.m. All children...

 

Local 4-H programs help donate books to Africa

MSU Fallon/Carter Extension and 4-H youth from Carter and Fallon Counties invite everyone to participate in their 4-H service project, Books for Africa. Books For Africa (BFA) is the largest shipper of donated educational materials to the African...

 

Hair and Beauty

People wandering Main Street in Ekalaka may have recently noticed that a new storefront has opened. Back Road Salon & Boutique and Hair By Becky is located between Outlaw Leathers and Ekalaka...

 

BLM Artifact Roadshows mark Montana Archaeology Month

(MILES CITY, Mont.) – Bring your favorite fossil, rock, artifact or relic to any of the upcoming Artifact Roadshows in Miles City or Ekalaka and see if a professional can help answer your questions. April is “Montana Archaeology Month” and the...

 

Mid-Rivers announces 2017 Educational Technology Grant recipients

Mid-Rivers Communications recently announced the recipients of the 2017 Educational Technology Grants. Grant applications from twenty-seven applicants requesting $116,980 were received, with a total of $35,000 being awarded to a wide variety of...

 

Letter to the editor

Dear Eric, As freshman class advisor, I feel that some clarification is necessary regarding the freshmen not decorating the library window for homecoming. The real issue was lack of pre-planning and miscommunication, not unwillingness of the library...

 

Letter to the editor

Dear Editor, “And now,” as Paul Harvey said, “for the rest of the story. . .” In response to the thumbs down to the Ekalaka Public Library regarding the homecoming window, we need to be aware of certain facts (which were not included in the l...

 

Time for some stories

Mrs. Amy Walker’s CCHS Child Development Class consisting of Tori Tooke, Claire Callahan, Raeleigh Montgomery, and Annette Lovec will be starting Story Hour in just a few short weeks. Story Hour will be held on Thursdays, beginning September 7, at...

 

Library board trustee needed

Ekalaka Public Library will have a library board trustee position open at the end of June. The term is for five years and would begin July 1. The library board consists of five individuals who are residents of Ekalaka or rural Carter County. The...

 

In loving memory

In March of 2016, Doug and Ronda Bonsell generously donated money to Ekalaka Public Library in memory of the late Neva Bonsell. Some of the money donated was used to purchase a desk and chair for the...

 

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