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Days of '85 Parade results

Business/Farm/Ranch 1. Dahl Memorial Healthcare 2. J&J Guide Service 3. Hayden Ranch Organization 1. Carter County Senior Citizens 2. All Area Military Veterans 3. Ekalaka Volunteer Fire Department...

 
 By JoAn    Local    August 17, 2018 

Pet parade rolls in and out

Despite temperatures in the upper realms, the 2018 Pet Parade came in and out with only a few glitches and hitches. Most of the animal entries were panting and huffing as their handlers were...

 

Bump-N-Run fun

The Days of '85 Ekalaka Bump-N-Run was hot and dusty. There were fourteen Super Stock cars and 6 Modified cars. The day started with two heats of Super Stock. Justin Stieg, in his #22 car, won the...

 

Days of '85 Rodeo results

SATURDAY Team Roping: 1st Joe Brown/Jake Poppe 5.78, 2nd Tenadore Kittelmann/Kaine Kittelmann 5.94, 3rd Justin Collins/Tanner McInerney 6.31, 4th Al Knight/Barry Blair 6.68, 5th Casey Holmes/Joe...

 

Fair awards released

Becky Coisman Winners (Photography) Laurel Kalbach, Heidi LaBree Best of 3 Bread Sharon Higgins, Nita Schallenberger Gussie Richards Memorial Libby Barth Lillian Yates Award Whitney Kittelmann Grand...

 

Mid-Rivers returns over $1 million in capital credits

On Friday, August 17, 2018, Mid-Rivers Communications mailed capital credit checks of $1,022,500.00 to its cooperative members and patrons. The 2018 distribution of capital credits includes 17% of the remaining unretired balance for the year 1994,...

 

From passion to profit

Aspen Smith-Kuehn received his dealer license in May of 2016, but his love for cars started long before that. "It has always been a hobby for me ever since I was a kid" he says. Now, that hobby has...

 

Veterans invited to ride on parade float

Area military veterans are invited to ride on the veterans float in the Days of ‘85 parade, Sunday, August 12. Those wanting to ride on the float are asked to gather at the Carter County Museum at 10:00 a.m. on Sunday. Once all are aboard, the...

 

Quilts, crafts and snacks for a kidney

Diana Roby of Casper, Wyoming and some friends will be selling various crafts, sweet and salty snacks, beverages and $1 raffle tickets for a beautiful red, white and blue fireworks and United States flag themed lap quilt throughout the Days of ‘85...

 

Schedule a wellness visit

Dahl Memorial Clinic provides healthcare services for people of all ages. Dale Diede, PA-C and Carla Dowdy, PA-C provide Well Child Exams for children from age 0 to age 18. The clinic also offers vaccinations for children of all ages. Vaccinations...

 

Wolenetz graduates

Four hundred and forty-nine students participated in the 2018 Mitchell Technical Institute graduation ceremony held Friday, May 4, at the Corn Palace in Mitchell. Jonathon Wolenetz, a 2016 CCHS graduate, received an Associate of Applied Science...

 

Can you name 'em

During this year's Days of '85 celebration, the CCHS Class of 1958 will be celebrating their 60th reunion. The top photo shows the class in first grade, during the 1946-47 school year. The photo...

 

Lu Strangford named 2018 parade marshal

Lu Strangford was born and raised on the family ranch at Mill Iron along with her brother Bud. Her parents were Leslie and Louise Strangford. Strangford's first job was herding sheep for her uncle,...

 

Shindig numbers continue to rise

This year marked the 6th anniversary of Carter County Museum's Dino Shindig. Numbers at the event continue to grow each year, as 480 people attended the talks and children's activities on Saturday, up...

 

Wolenetz named to President's List

Mitchell, South Dakota - Jonathon Wolenetz of Ekalaka has been placed on Mitchell Technical Institute Spring Semester 2018 President’s List for his work in Wind Turbine Technology. Students must achieve a GPA of 3.5 or higher and complete at least...

 

Rang tour

The 2018 Range Tour was hosted by Fallon/Carter Extension, Carter County Conservation District and Carter County Weed Department. Producers heard from NDSU Rangeland Specialist Dr. Kevin Sedivec on...

 

Larson sentenced

Jedediah Keith Larson was sentenced to 10 years with five suspended on a felony charge of aggravated assault Tuesday. The charges stem from events that took place on the evening of March 10, 2017 and...

 

Make up physicals

If you missed the sports physicals last week, please call Dahl Memorial Clinic at 775-8738 to schedule an appointment. Please be sure to have the MHSA Confidential Athletic Pre-Participation Physical Examination form filled out and signed by a...

 

Blood drive numbers up

The local blood drive held last week saw another increase in numbers, producing an impressive twenty-nine units of blood. All 12 donors who made appointments turned out and another 12 walk-ins came through the door. Seven double units were...

 

FSA county committee nominations due

The U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency Executive Director for Carter County, Robin Markuson, reminded farmers and ranchers that they have until August 1 to nominate eligible candidates to serve on local FSA county committees. County...

 

Free CNA course

For a limited time only, Montana Health Network is offering a free online Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) course. In order to qualify for a registered apprenticeship, individuals must be 18 years of age and have, or be able to obtain, their high...

 

Larson sentencing moved to Baker

Due to malfunctioning state equipment in Carter County, sentencing for Jed Larson has been moved to Fallon County Courthouse in Baker. Sentencing is scheduled to take place on July 24 at 2 p.m....

 

Baby Brence born

Claire Mae Brence was born to proud parents Greg and Brittani Brence on July 16. She weighed 7 pounds 15 ounces and was 20.5 inches long. Paternal grandparents are Charlie and Gail Brence of Mill...

 
 By Ryan OConnell    Local    July 13, 2018

The final bell

The hallway clock in Ekalaka Elementary is trapped at 9:46. Made in Minneapolis, Minnesota by the Miller Program Clock Company, it is self-winding and powered by two 1.5 volt dry cells, each roughly...

 
 By Ryan OConnell    Local    July 13, 2018

A portrait of an artist as a young, young man

Local artist and entrepreneur Gage Stieg stopped by the Eagle office Tuesday to discuss his recent business venture and his philosophy on drawing cool stuff. Well renowned for his Star Wars drawings,...

 

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