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Dean completes trip to Chicago

Back in February the Eagle covered a story about Adam Dean, his 1955 International Harvester R-110 and the trip he planned to take with the pickup so that he could grab a bite to eat at George's Hot D...

 

Early blast brings wet, heavy snow to the region

A wet, heavy snowstorm that started on Tuesday brought some much needed moisture to the area but also created hazardous travel conditions. School in Ekalaka was canceled on Wednesday as a winter...

 

Guyer receives 2021 Phi Kappa Phi Love of Learning Award

Ellen Guyer of Ekalaka was recently awarded a Love of Learning Award worth $500 from The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines. Guyer is one of 200 recipients to...

 

Local rancher holds shearing demonstration for students

On September 22nd, Mike and Cheryl Schuldt came to Ekalaka to assist local Butch Nies in hosting a sheep shearing demonstration. Mike Schuldt has been shearing for 33 years and has traveled all over...

 

Child find at Ekalaka Public Schools

Ekalaka Public Schools is hosting a Child Find Developmental Screening on Tuesday, October 19th from 12:30 to 4 p.m. in the grade school gym. This free developmental screening is designed for children ages 0 - 5. Children aged 3 - 5 years will be...

 

Town ballots mailed next week

The general municipal election for the Town of Ekalaka will be a mail ballot election this year. On Wednesday, October 15 the Carter County Clerk and Recorder’s Office will mail ballots to all registered active voters who reside within the...

 

Sixth grade teacher shares worldly experiences with Ekalaka students

Mrs. Andrea Larned is technically from Montana, but one could argue that she's from all over the globe. The new sixth grade teacher at Ekalaka Public Schools graduated high school from Laurel before...

 

Public health information

A few things for our Carter County residents: FLU vaccine | If you interested in getting your annual Influenza vaccine, please call us to schedule your appointment. We have both adult and pediatric doses available. COVID vaccine | We still have...

 

CARTER COUNTY COMMISSION PROCEEDINGS

09-20-2021 The Board of Carter County Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, September 20, 2021, in the Carter County Commission Board Meeting Room of the Carter County Courthouse at 214 Park Street in Ekalaka, Montana. Steve Rosencranz,...

 

Daines visits with local students

Last Wednesday Senator Steve Daines had the chance to talk to juniors and seniors from Carter County High School. Daines met with the students virtually during one of Mr. Miller's social studies...

 

Tuesday's high temp an Ekalaka record

Tuesday’s high temperature of 96 degrees is the hottest ever recorded in Ekalaka on September 28. In fact, it’s the highest the mercury has ever reached this late in the year. The all-time September high came early in the month, on September 5,...

 

East Short Pines Restoration and Resiliency Project starts back up

Work continues on the East Short Pines Restoration and Resiliency project. The project, located in the East Short Pines Land Unit, one of eight land units managed by the Sioux Ranger District, is in w...

 

10-digit local dialing mandatory starting Oct. 24

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has adopted an Order designating 988 as the new three-digit abbreviated dialing code to reach the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline starting July 16, 2022. The FCC’s Order requires all telecommunicatio...

 

CARTER COUNTY COMMISSION PROCEEDINGS

09-07-2021 The Board of Carter County Commissioners met in regular session on Tuesday, September 07, 2021, in the Carter County Commission Board Meeting Room of the Carter County Courthouse at 214 Park Street in Ekalaka, Montana. Steve Rosencranz,...

 

Construction on elementary school complete

Construction in front of Carter County High School and Ekalaka Elementary is completed and the various school offices have moved into their new locations. This week, traffic flow before and after...

 

New fifth grade teacher a familiar face

Carol (Peabody) Spencer is in her first year teaching in her hometown. The 2009 Carter County High School graduate said that her and her husband, Rusty, made the decision to move back to Ekalaka to...

 

Annual meeting well attended

One hundred four members signed in at Dahl Memorial Healthcare Association's annual meeting last Thursday night at Carter County Events Center. Around 60 attended last year and about 75 turned out in...

 

Celebrating 85

Tom and Mary McCamish celebrated 85th birthdays on September 18th in Ekalaka. Around 85 people, 20 of whom were relatives, attended a party in their honor at Carter County Events Center. Mary's...

 

Inaugural fly-in a huge success

Ekalaka Airport hosted an inaugural 97M fly-in on September 11. The event was exceptionally well received as over one hundred people attended. Fourteen planes and one helicopter were there, as were 8...

 

New grocery store opens for business

Back in March, the Eagle reported on what would be the newest addition to Ekalaka's Main Street. The much anticipated opening of Ijkalaka Grocery took place on Tuesday. At an impressive 5,200 square f...

 

Royal Court

2021 CCHS Homecoming King Turner Tooke and Queen Zoie Rost were crowned at coronation on Monday night inside the school's Tuggle Room....

 

Puptown Invitational Roping winners

The Puptown Invitational Roping took place on Sunday in Ekalaka....

 

Nearly connected

Concrete is being poured this week outside the new connecting wing at Ekalaka Public Schools. The project is now in its final stages. Aside from the exterior concrete, the new building still needs...

 

Pandemic helps grow local business

Abbey Bruski was selling products to locals and friends for about 10 years. Then the pandemic hit and she changed her business for the better. In the summer of 2020 when meat was being rationed in...

 

Input needed

Carter County is seeking public input regarding the County Pre-Disaster Mitigation Plan Update. The current plan was developed in 2013 and has expired the usual five-year life span. As part of the plan update, the county re-evaluates the hazards...

 

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