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  • Christmas concert scheduled for Dec. 16

    Carter County High School and Ekalaka Elementary music departments will host a Christmas concert on Thursday, December 16th. The concert is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. inside the CCHS gym. Doors will open for the annual event at 6 p.m. The concert will feature both choral and band performances from all music students in grades kindergarten through twelfth. Students are under the direction of Ms. Whitney Hamblin....

  • CCHS Drama class presents 'The Baseball Diamond'

    The CCHS Drama class is once again presenting a dinner theater. The Baseball Diamond, stars Jaden Pardee (junior), Zander Ashbrook and Travis Shallenberger (freshmen), and Sadie Poppema (7th grade). The play, written by Miss Morgan’s drama class, is set in the late 1920s and is the story of theft, greed, and murder. The question is—who will end up with the diamond, and who will strike out? Only time (and the end of act two) will tell. Dinner, which consists of chicken cordon bleu, twice-baked potatoes, and bacony green bea...

  • Annual Advent Tea

    St. Elizabeth Lutheran Church will be hosting its annual Advent Tea on Saturday, December 4th, starting at noon at the church. All are invited to attend and celebrate the beginning of the Christmas season....

  • Blood drive November 17 at Events Center

    An Ekalaka community blood drive has been scheduled for Wednesday, November 17 at Carter County Events Center in Ekalaka. The drive, sponsored by JAW Law Office, will take place from 1 to 5 p.m. Donors can make an appointment by calling Jennifer at 406-775-6655. As always, walk-ins are also welcome. A single blood donation can save up to three lives. Vitalant, the sole provider of blood to thirty hospitals in Southern Montana and Northern Wyoming, has more information about donating available on their website: vitalant.org....

  • Trick or Trunk on Halloween

    Main Street in Ekalaka will be a great stop for young trick-or-treaters when Halloween arrives this year. The annual ‘Trick or Trunk’ event sponsored by St. Elizabeth Lutheran Church will take place from 4 to 6 p.m. on Sunday, October 31. It will feature vehicles decorated for the occasion by rural hosts, allowing children to do a great deal of trick-or-treating in a single location. Businesses are also invited to decorate. Everyone is invited to stop by and enjoy the decorations and treats. Fallon/Carter Extension and Car...

  • Annual bazaar nears

    Sagebrush Service Club’s Annual Holiday Bazaar is quickly approaching. The event will take place on Saturday, November 20 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Carter County High School gym. This year the Close Up group will be serving Indian Tacos, Lutheran ladies will again serve up three different kinds of soup and the service club will offer pie and coffee. Door prizes will be drawn throughout the day. Interested vendors can still rent spaces at the bazaar from the club. To rent a space, contact Anne Fix on messenger or email a...

  • Join CCM for National Fossil Day activities

    CCM Staff

    Visit Carter County Museum on Wednesday, October 13 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and help celebrate National Fossil Day! Stew Cook and Claire Jorgensen will be running kids' activities, including "Pellets and Poops: Uncovering the past from the other end." Paleontologists study past life through the remains of dead organisms, usually fossils like bones and footprints are used to do this, but other kinds of remains are also studied to understand extinct creatures, like poop! These...

  • Enjoy FestiFall this Saturday

    Carter County Chamber of Commerce's Third Annual FestiFall will take place this Saturday on Main Street in Ekalaka. FestiFall, a fun-filled family event to kick off the fall season, was originally named by current Chamber President Eva Grimes. Last year, the event was canceled due to COVID-19. This year, it will again coincide with the Willa Nies Memorial Volleyball Tournament. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Main Street, families will be able to enjoy a pumpkin patch made possible...

  • Free flu shot clinic next week

    Public Health has partnered with The Caring Foundation to bring to a two day free flu shot clinic to Carter County. Individuals may choose between two days, either September 30 or October 1. The clinic is open to all ages 6 months and older. A parent or guardian must accompany children under 18 years of age. The department asks that individuals bring their insurance card with them even though the clinic is free to all. COVID-19 vaccine is also available for anyone interested....

  • Blood drive September 22

    An area blood drive has been scheduled for Wednesday, September 22 at Carter County Events Center in Ekalaka. The drive will take place from 1 to 5 p.m. Donors can make an appointment by calling Darlene Carter at 406-935-3068. As always, walk-ins are also welcome....

  • CCHS Homecoming next week

    CCHS Homecoming is right around the corner, with events scheduled to kick off on Monday, September 13. This year the Carter County High School Bulldogs will play football against the Wildcats of Plentywood. The game is currently scheduled for Friday, September 17 at 7 p.m., but could possibly be changed to Saturday due to a shortage of MHSA officials. The volleyball team will host Plevna on Saturday evening. Coronation is slated for Monday at 7 p.m. The junior high football team will play at home versus Broadus on Tuesday at...

  • Fly-in at airport September 11

    Ekalaka Airport will host an inaugural 97M fly-in on September 11 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Area pilots and all community members are invited to attend. In addition to planes, cars, trucks and motorcycles can be driven to the show. At 11 a.m. lunch will be served and there will be live music from Wilder Butte Band. A flour drop competition with a $10 buy-in will be taking place throughout the day and attendees are invited to check out the new pilot's lounge at Ekalaka Airport. A...

  • Annual Dahl Memorial Healthcare Association meeting nears

    Dahl Memorial Healthcare Association will hold its annual meeting on Thursday, September 16th beginning at 6 p.m. at Carter County Events Center. Three board positions are up for election to three-year terms at the annual meeting this year. Board members whose terms are expiring and are up for re-election include Jitt Schneider, Troy Fruit and Georgia Bruski. Jerry Keith and Jonathan DeFord are also running for the open positions. The annual meeting is open for all to attend but to be a voting member of the association,...

  • Dig It Days will be feature of MontanaFair, August 19 and 20

    MontanaFair will be featuring something new this year-"Dig It Days!" "Dig It Days!" is an opportunity for kids to explore, climb on, "drive", take pictures and fantasize about every kind of dirt-moving heavy equipment imaginable. This year, the event will feature a truly monster truck used in mining that has nine-foot high tires! Some 20 backhoes and excavators will be available for kids (of any age) to operate under supervision of experienced operators. In the midst of it...

  • Baker Community Band to perform Aug.1

    The Baker Community Band, under the direction of Jill Whiteman, will be performing a concert at the Baker Lake amphitheater on Sunday, August 1, at 7 p.m. There will also be an ice cream social at the concert. Musical selections will feature a variety of patriotic, big band, and contemporary pieces. The band has been practicing twice a week and includes several Ekalaka musicians. All are invited to attend an evening of music and fun....

  • See Shakespeare in the Parks on July 6

    Montana Shakespeare in the Parks (MSIP) beckons thee to the Dahl Memorial Healthcare lawn in Ekalaka on Tuesday, July 6. The theatre company will be performing "Cymbeline," directed by Kevin Asselin, at 6:30 p.m. The free play is sponsored by Sagebrush Service Club. The club is still accepting donations which can be sent to: Valerie O'Connell, P.O. Box 151, Ekalaka, MT 59324. Attendees should bring what they may need to be comfortable at an outdoor theater event, such as...

  • Barbecue hosted by Gumbo Gophers, June 30 at Alzada Hall

    The Gumbo Gophers 4-H Club is hosting a community barbecue to support the Alzada Fire Department at 6:30 p.m. on June 30th at the Alzada Hall. Charlie Williams is donating the meat for hamburgers and the club is buying hot dogs and buns. Salads and desserts are being donated by club members and others that choose to contribute. There will also be a silent auction. The club usually has a chili supper in February to raise money for their yearly expenses and to donate to the Alzada Fire Department, but because of the pandemic,...

  • Summit Basketball camp, June 21-23

    Area student athletes will have the opportunity to attend a basketball camp at Carter County High School later this month. Called the Summit Basketball Camp, and named in part for former University of Tennessee Women’s Coach Pat Summitt, the camp will be offered to boys and girls entering kindergarten through eighth grades. Skills offered include 1 on 1, passing, dribbling, 3 on 3, shooting, 5 on 5, defense and more. The camp will be held June 21-23 in Ekalaka. Camp times are: 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. for boys grades 5-8, 12 noon t...

  • FFA banquet, May 18th

    The public is invited to attend the Carter County High School FFA chapter’s annual banquet on Tuesday, May 18th, 6 p.m., at the CCHS Tuggle Room. A supper will be served prior to a presentation by keynote speaker Dave Kirschten and remarks from 2020-21 State FFA Officer Gracie Tooke. Afterwards, chapter members will be auctioned off to attendees in the hired hand auction. The members will schedule work for auction buyers at a later date....

  • CCHS Commencement

    Commencement exercises for the Carter County High School Class of 2021 will be held Saturday, May 22 inside the gymnasium. This year there will be twelve seniors graduating. The ceremony is set to begin at 2 p.m....

  • Community wide garage sale, June 5

    Sign-up forms for the annual Carter County Chamber of Commerce Community Wide Garage Sale are currently available online and at the town office. The event is slated for Saturday, June 5. Sellers need to sign up and pay a $10 fee by May 26 in order to get on the map. Sign up sheets have a place to write name, street address, items for sale and a phone number. Maps showing all sale locations will then be printed and circulated around the town. Forms can also be filled out online at: https://form.jotform.com/211024259071142, or...

  • Memorial Day activities, May 31

    Memorial Day services will begin at 11 a.m. on Monday, May 31, at Beaver Lodge Cemetery. Veterans performing the services should arrive at 10:30 a.m. During the service, members of VFW Auxiliary will honor fallen soldiers by placing a white cross and a red, poppy covered wreath in the center of the cemetery. There will be a picnic and social at the Events Center following the cemetery services. The picnic is being sponsored by the VFW Auxiliary, which asks that locals who plan to attend the event bring a salad or dessert....

  • Spring concert, May 6

    Music students in grades K-12 at Ekalaka Public Schools will be hosting a spring concert on Thursday, May 6th at 6:30 p.m inside the CCHS gym. The students will perform selections showcasing their musical skills under the direction of Ekalaka Public Schools Music Teacher Joshua Spiegelblatt. All are welcome to attend....

  • Grand march this Sat.

    The junior class will be hosting Carter County High School prom this Saturday, April 17. The public is invited to attend grand march at 8 p.m. inside the gymnasium. Please bring canned goods to be donated to the food bank for admission. Royalty will be crowned immediately following grand march and prom will continue for high school students and their guests until midnight....

  • Private applicator training, May 5th

    Carter and Fallon Counties are holding a private applicator training on May 5th in Baker at the Fallon County Exhibit Hall. The class will be from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. This class will cover topics on the private applicator exam. Those attending will be able to take the test upon conclusion of the class. The extension agent from Wibaux County will be proctoring as there is currently no extension agent for Carter or Fallon County. The class will cost $15 to attend and will include materials and lunch. An additional cost of $12...

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