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 Local    June 21, 2019 

Southeast Electric Cooperative maintains medical alert list

Southeast Electric maintains a medical alert list for member households with individuals who depend on electricity-powered medical equipment. If you or someone in your home depends on a feeding machine, heart monitor, oxygen machine or nebulizer,...

 
 Local    June 21, 2019 

New business office hours at Dahl

As of Friday, June 22, the Dahl Memorial Healthcare business office will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. These hours coincide with the new pharmacy hours and will better serve patients as they pick up and make payments for prescript...

 
 Local    June 21, 2019 

Superintendent Schrock resigns

After a three-year stint as the superintendent at Ekalaka Public Schools, Daniel Schrock resigned last week. Schrock took over the position in 2016 and wrote in a June 13 letter to the Eagle that he...

 
 Local    June 21, 2019 

160 members attend SEEC meeting

Southeast Electric Cooperative held an annual meeting last Friday. After several year's of holding the meeting at Carter County High School, employees decided to try something new this year and...

 
 Local    June 21, 2019 

Eagle receives 9 first place awards at Montana Newspaper Association convention

The Ekalaka Eagle won twenty-five awards, including nine first place awards, at the Better Newspaper Awards ceremony during the 134th Montana Newspaper Association annual convention held June 7 and 8 at Big Sky Resort in Big Sky, Montana. The awards...

 
 By Janelle Schneider    Local    June 21, 2019 

Chamber news

The annual city wide garage sale, the Chamber’s first big event to kick-off the summer season, was a great success. There were several sales, vendors and customers. It was a beautiful day and fun was had by all. The chamber thanks those that held...

 
 Local    June 21, 2019 

Dingfelder graduates from FBI National Academy Program

George A. Dingfelder was one of two hundred and fifty-six law enforcement officers who graduated on June 7 from the FBI National Academy Program at Quantico, Virginia. The 276th Session of the...

 

New pharmacy to open in July

Pharmacist Michelle Mehling plans to open Dahl Memorial Healthcare Community Pharmacy on July 1. "It has been a two-year process," she told the Eagle on Tuesday. Ekalaka hasn't had a pharmacy since...

 

Beyers graduates from basic

U.S. Air Force Airman Adam E. Beyers graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included...

 

Carey graduates

Trent Michael Carey graduated June 1 from Bellevue University, Bellevue, Nebraska. He received a degree in Cybersecurity. Trent is the son of Jon and Lynn Carey, Dickinson, North Dakota; and Shannon...

 

Junior high and high school sports physicals

Mark those calendars. Sports physicals for those entering fifth through twelfth grades will be held on June 19 and 26 for only $25. The fee is due at time of service and can be payed with cash, a check or a credit card. Girls’ sports physicals are...

 

Town deadline for candidate filing, June 17

The deadline for candidate filing for the town of Ekalaka primary election is Monday, June 17. Three council seats are up for election in this year’s 2019 Municipal Town of Ekalaka Election. Open seats include one 4-year term and two 2-year terms....

 

Annual electric meeting next Friday

The 2019 Southeast Electric Cooperative Annual Meeting will be held on June 14 in the large truck shop behind the cooperative’s office building. Southeast Electric believes that families are their foundation. To help celebrate families, the coop...

 

FIX earns MVP at Montana 6-Man All-Star Game

Last Saturday, Caleb Fix played in his final 6-Man football game. Fix, one of this year's six graduates from CCHS, was selected as this year's most valuable player for the Bulldogs back in April....

 

Celebrating together

A 75th birthday party was held in Belle Fourche on June 1 for cousins Maurice Davis and Lowell Cordell. Maurice's parents were Bud and Georgia Davis and Lowell's parents were Bob and Bessie (Davis)...

 

Tooke takes 2nd at State

In last week's Eagle article "Local FFA chapter ends busy year," one individual placing was inadvertently left out. Local eighth grader Katie Tooke took second place in the 2018-19 Montana FFA Jr....

 

Electric scholarship winners

The Southeast Electric Essay Scholarship is a $1,000.00 scholarship sponsored by Southeast Electric Cooperative, Inc. This year's recipient is Coven Kautzman. Kautzman was asked if she had unlimited...

 

Museum wins tourism grant to help attract visitors for Shindig

A pilot cycle of the Tourism Grant Program at the Department of Commerce will award nearly $550,000 to help forty-four communities across Montana boost attendance at events to grow visitor spending. Grant recipients completed a competitive...

 

Blood drive a success

Last Tuesday’s local blood drive was deemed a success by organizer Darlene Carter Rose. The drive yielded 26 units from 24 donors, many of whom were walk-ins, and Rose made her goal. Two new donors attended. Tessa Pierson won the drive’s door...

 

Down the road

The public is invited to an open house for Elin Kittelmann on Thursday, June 6 at Carter County Courthouse. After almost eight years as the Fallon/Carter County Extension Agent, Kittelmann has decided to go down a different road. With a young child...

 

Local FFA chapter ends busy year

On May 6 and 7, the Carter County FFA Chapter traveled to Great Falls to compete in the Montana CDE Days competition held at the MSU Great Falls campus. Members had a whirlwind of two days jam-packed...

 

In memory of

New benches were delivered and set up outside the front entrance of Carter County Museum over the weekend. The blue benches were donated in memory of Boyne Gundlach by Don Meyer, a longtime friend of...

 

Students receive awards and letters

Awards and letters given this year to students from Ekalaka Public Schools included: Heroic 7 Award - Tori Tooke National Choral Award - Mason Lovec New inductees into the William C. Rowley Chapter of National Honor Society - Grace Tooke, Seth...

 

Spring cleanup day scheduled for June 1

Take pride in the community and help clean it up. The town is organizing a spring cleanup day for Saturday, June 1. Gather trash, tame the brush and make paths more walkable. Bring a team! Ask friends, co-workers, family members, clubs and athletic...

 

Heidi LaBree wins Knights of Columbus Free Throw Contest

Heidi LaBree recently won the 14 year old girls division of the Montana Knights of Columbus Free Throw Contest. After winning free throw contests in her school and council, LaBree made 21 of 25 free...

 

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