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  • EPEDC to host rural childcare roundtable Oct. 12th

    submitted by Eastern Plains Economic Development Corporation Eastern Plains Economic Development Corporation recently announced the Eastern Montana Rural Childcare Roundtable to be held in Baker on October 12th. The roundtable will be held at The Coffeeshop on Lawlers at 21 Main Street, Baker. The workshop will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. EPEDC is asking community members, community leaders and childcare providers to come and participate in this discussion. The discussion will...

  • CWD info and field day scheduled for Baker Oct. 18

    Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will host a free Chronic Wasting Disease Information and Field Day in Baker on Wednesday, Oct. 18. The field day will be held at the Fallon County Fairgrounds from 5:30-7:30 p.m. FWP staff will be on hand to provide updates on CWD in the state and across the region. People can take part in hands-on demonstrations for collecting lymph nodes, as well as hands-on demos on the gutless and quartering-out methods for processing animals. Pre-registration is required by Monday, Oct. 16 so FWP knows how...

  • Harvest Jubilee in Alzada, October 7

    submitted by Miranda Hendrickson Is anyone else feeling those fall vibes? To help us all get into the fall spirit the Alzada Community Club is putting on the Harvest Jubilee again this year. Saturday, October 7th please come out to help support the community club and have a good time. We will have an hour of live cowboy music starting at 4:00pm, followed by supper at 5:30, and a dance at 7:00. We hope to have nice weather that will allow us to have a cornhole tournament...

  • Bond meeting at CCHS, October 3rd

    Please join Ekalaka Public Schools for a community meeting on October 3, 5:30 p.m. at Carter County High School in the Tuggle Room. The meeting is to discuss the upcoming bond election proposing staff housing. Although this event is not designed to be a meeting of the Trustees, notice is given that there may be a quorum of the board present. No board action shall be taken....

  • Child find developmental screening, October 5th

    Ekalaka Public Schools is hosting a Child find developmental screening on Thursday, October 5th, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the grade school gym. This free developmental screening is designed for children ages 0 to 5. Children aged 3 to 5 years will be screened in the following areas: Concepts/Thinking, Motor Skills, Speech/Language Development, and Hearing. Children under 3 years will be screened by DEAP (Developmental Educational Assistance Program) staff. Call Misty at 406-630-1823 to schedule an appoint...

  • Fly-in at airport, Sept. 30 - Oct. 1

    Ekalaka Airport will host the third annual 97M fly-in on Saturday, September 30th and Sunday, October 1st this year. Area pilots and all community members are invited to attend. Join for dinner and a hangar dance featuring live music by the Wilder Butte Band Saturday evening. Camping overnight is encouraged. The new pilot's lounge has a restroom and shower. Sunday morning breakfast will be available. Sunday mid-morning attendees may fly out to the Cordell Ranch fly-in. A...

  • Dahl Memorial Healthcare Association annual meeting scheduled for September 21st

    submitted by CEO Ryan Tooke Dahl Memorial Healthcare Association will be holding the annual meeting on September 21, 2023 at 6 p.m. in the Physical Therapy room of Dahl Memorial. There is no new business but reports about the state of the organization will be given as well as the election for two open board positions. The current board of trustees is: Jitt Schneider - Chair, Georgia Bruski - Vice Chair, Marilyn Schultz - Secretary, Troy Fruit, Dane Castleberry, Charles Parks,...

  • Youth market sale during Days of '85

    The public is invited to attend the Carter County 4-H and FFA livestock market sale on Saturday, August 12th, beginning at 3:30 p.m. The annual sale will take place at the fairgrounds show arena in Ekalaka. As always, buyers will have a choice in which processor to take their animal(s) to. The families of the youth selling their market animals will do their best to deliver the animals to the processor. The 4-H/FFA Livestock Committee asks that buyers consider processors in the local area. Processing animals locally helps the...

  • Play cribbage Thursdays in Ekalaka

    Everyone is welcome to attend cribbage nights, beginning this week, on Thursday evenings at the Carter County Senior Citizen Center. Cribbage, a card game with two players, involves playing and grouping cards in order to gain points. All card players are welcome to attend cribbage nights at the center, including novices and experts. Games will begin at 6 p.m. Attendees can learn the game, take lessons, or just play with other cribbage enthusiasts....

  • Pet parade nearing

    submitted by Susan Tooke The Carter County Days of ‘85 Fair & Rodeo is just around the corner. And, that means so is the pet parade sponsored by the Carter County Fair Board, Alkali, Inc. & Dawg House Pub. This year’s theme is “Red, White & Blue.” Have a heart-to-heart talk with your pet and let them know you’re in it to win it! The parade is at noon on Friday August 11, 2023. Sign up will start at 11:30 a.m. behind the Event Center. Prize awards are 1st place - $50; 2nd place - $30 and 3rd place $20. Every entry that does...

  • Ekalaka Range, Tri-County Weed Tours upcoming

    The Fallon/Carter Extension Office recently announced upcoming dates for the Ekalaka Range Tour, July 19th, and the Tri-County Weed Tour, July 20th. This year, the Ekalaka Range Tour will be at the Carroll Ranch (Gabe and Stephanie), 2261 Hwy 323, about 23 miles south of Ekalaka on Hwy 323. The tour will take place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Lunch will be provided by the Carter County Conservation District. Topics of discussion will include grass identification, water quality for livestock and people, portable water systems and e...

  • Rodeos on tap for Saturday in Ekalaka

    Ekalaka Track and Arena will host its annual youth rodeo this Saturday, July 15th in Ekalaka. The action begins at 10 a.m. for boys and girls up to age 18. Events include keyhole races, mutton bustin', pole bending, barrel racing, goat tying, barrel crawling, breakaway roping, flag racing, double mugging, team roping, calf riding, ribbon roping, goat tail tying, steer riding and calf roping. Trophies will be awarded in each age group. Contestants may move up in age group to...

  • Carter County Growth Policy public meeting

    Carter County Commissioners have authorized the Carter County Planning Board to develop a Growth Policy on behalf of the County. Citizens of Carter County are encouraged to get involved in the ongoing growth policy process by attending a public meeting/open house on Thursday, July 27, 2023, at Carter County Event Center, 209 West Speelmon, Ekalaka, at 5:30 p.m. A growth policy is a means of proactively preparing for change affected by growth or lack of growth. It is a...

  • Montana Shakes in Ekalaka, July 4th

    MSIP recently announced that their 51st summer tour productions open in Bozeman, Montana, with performances of William Shakespeare's Measure for Measure, June 14-17, and Alexandre Dumas' The Three Musketeers, June 21-24. Performances are held at 8 p.m. at the Montana State University Grove on campus. This is the company's first time performing Measure for Measure since the year 2000. Categorized by scholars as one of Shakespeare's "problem plays," neither neat comedy nor...

  • Alzada Community Club to host spring rummage sale on Sat.

    Miranda Hendrickson

    The Alzada Community Club is inviting everyone to attend an upcoming event at the community hall. Saturday, May 27th from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. there will be a rummage sale, simple lunch and bake sale. While the club had originally hoped to have a live auction on this date, there were not enough high-dollar items received to warrant an auctioneer. So instead, there will be a rummage sale where anyone can bring anything they would like to sell, like a garage sale. Whether it is som...

  • Blood drive May 24th

    A community blood drive has been scheduled for Wednesday, May 24th from 1:30 to 6 p.m. at Carter County Event Center in Ekalaka. To make an appointment, contact Sherri at 406-869-3054 or email shouston@vitalant.org. Walk-ins are also welcome. You have the power to save up to three lives with one donation!...

  • 'An Evening with the Arts' set for May 16

    The CCHS Close-Up student organization will be hosting a spaghetti dinner in conjunction with this year’s “Evening with the Arts” event. Close-Up is an opportunity for students from all over the nation to travel to Washington D.C. and participate in a youth tour. While on the tour, students visit monuments, learn about the federal government and meet other students. CCHS students are currently raising funds to travel in 2024. An Evening with the Arts allows Ekalaka Public Schools students the opportunity to showcase fine...

  • Mid-Rivers annual meeting to be held May 23 in Sidney

    The Mid-Rivers Telephone Cooperative, Inc. Annual Meeting will be held on May 23, 2023, at the Richland County Event Center in Sidney, Montana. Member registration will begin at 10:00 a.m., followed by the Business Meeting at 11:00 a.m. Members in attendance will receive an attendance gift. Drawings for door prizes will be held throughout the meeting. Mid-Rivers will also hold a drawing for twenty-two (22) $1,000 scholarships, awarded to students planning to attend a higher education institution in the Fall of 2023. To...

  • Dahl health fair in June

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    Join Dahl Memorial Healthcare Association for a two-day health fair event on June 6 and 7 from 5:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. The association will be hosting the health fair on the second floor of the new facility. What to expect Someone will greet you at the main entrance of the clinic, where you will start your paperwork-fill out your demographics, select what tests you'd like and then you'll be directed upstairs to registration. A representative from Billings Clinic (still our...

  • Southeast Electric annual meeting scheduled for June 16

    Members of Southeast Electric are encouraged to attend the cooperative’s upcoming annual meeting. The meeting will be held on Friday, June 16 in the Southeast Electric truck shop. Registration is set to begin at 4 p.m., a free dinner will be offered at 5 p.m., and the business meeting will follow at 6 p.m. Manager Tye Williams will update members on cooperative activities and Board Chairman Albert Paul will call for any questions that members may have. Directors from District 5 and 9, currently held by Clayton Jardee and A...

  • See 'Annie' on April 27th

    Ekalaka Elementary students in grades 4th-6th have been working hard over the last few months in preparation for their performance of “Annie,” a musical with music by Charles Strouse, lyrics by Martin Charnin, and a book by Thomas Meehan. The original Broadway production, based on the 1924 comic strip “Little Orphan Annie” by Harold Gray, opened in 1977 and ran for nearly six years. The last showing of “Annie” in Ekalaka occurred over twenty years ago when current Ekalaka Public Schools music teacher, Miss Whitney Ham...

  • Grand march next Sat.

    The junior class will host Carter County High School Prom next Saturday, April 15th. The public is invited to attend grand march at 8 p.m. inside the gymnasium. Royalty will be crowned immediately following grand march. Prom will then continue for high school students and their guests until midnight....

  • Ekalaka Public Schools sports awards, April 20

    Ekalaka Public Schools will be honoring all student-athletes for the 2022-2023 sports seasons during a program scheduled for Thursday, April 20th, beginning at 6 p.m. inside the CCHS Tuggle Room. All student-athletes in grades 5-12 will be recognized. The public is invited to attend in order to help celebrate the accomplishments of these youngsters....

  • Hunter, bowhunter education courses set for Miles City

    There will be two in-person Hunter Education classes offered in Miles City in March, and online registration in now available for the first class. Hunter Education students must be at least age 10 by the first day of class. An in-person Bowhunter Education course is scheduled for Feb. 22-25 in Miles City, and online registration begins Friday, Feb. 3. Students must be at least 11 by the first day of class to register. The first Hunter Education course will be March 3-5 at the Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks office in Miles...

  • Father-daughter dance this Friday

    A father-daughter dance is set to take place this Friday, February 3rd at Carter County Event Center. The dance, first put on in December of 2019 by the Puptown Pioneers Homemakers Club, has become an annual event for area families. Those who attend will enjoy a two hour evening, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., filled with dancing, snacks and refreshments, crafts and possibly even picture taking. Cost to attend is $5 per family. Puptown Pioneers Homemaker Club is a local volunteer organization that works to improve the quality of...

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