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The REAL deal

In April, the Montana Department of Justice’s Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) was formally notified that Montana is in full compliance with the REAL ID Act and regulation. With this notification, federal agencies and the Transportation Security...

 

Millward hired as new extension agent

Michael Millward officially started work as the new Fallon and Carter County Extension agent on September 3. Millward grew up in the small town of Bicknell in south central Utah. Growing up he was involved in 4-H and showed sheep and cattle at the...

 

Governor candidate has lunch at Dawg House

State Senator Al Olszewski of Kalispell stopped in Ekalaka and met with a few members of the community at Dawg House Pub on Tuesday afternoon. Dr. Olszewski, an orthopedic surgeon and Air Force Veteran, is one of three GOP candidates running for...

 
 By Chris Maupin    Local    September 13, 2019 

Alzada Cowboy Poetry, Music and Art Show

The 30th Annual Alzada Cowboy Poetry, Music and Art Show will be held on Sunday, October 6th at the Alzada Community Hall in Alzada, MT. It will be a double celebration as the Alzada Community Hall is 90 years old, having been built in 1929. Because...

 

Construction starts on new healthcare facility

The first sod was turned for construction of the new Dahl Memorial Healthcare facility last Friday. Carter County Commissioner Steve Rosencranz, Dahl CEO Ryan Tooke and Dahl provider Dale Diede spoke...

 

Puptown Invitational Roping results

Twenty headers and twenty heelers battled at Ekalaka Track & Arena on Sunday in this year's Puptown Invitational Round Robin Roping. Shane Peabody won first place header and Ches Meyer won first...

 

2019 CCHS HOMECOMING

Due to the Labor Day holiday and other scheduling conflicts, homecoming coronation took place last Thursday. The remainder of homecoming activities started on Tuesday and continued throughout the...

 

Rodeo arena to be used as film set this Sunday

The end might finally be in sight for Ken Howie, the creator behind "Feek's Vision," a documentary that tells the story of the award-winning Tooke Bucking Horses. "Feek's Vision" has been Howie's...

 

AWANA clubs starting September 4th

The First Baptist Church in Ekalaka invites all kids to participate in this year’s AWANA clubs. AWANA is a free kids club that provides Biblical teaching and fun for all ages. Cubbies (3 - 4 year olds) will be meeting from 1:30 to 3 p.m, every...

 

Homecoming coming

Homecoming is right around the corner, with coronation this Thursday at CCHS, beginning at 7 p.m. This year, since homecoming week is right after labor day, coronation is a week early. The Carter County High School Bulldogs will play football...

 

CCHS student goes on European music tour

Hello everyone! As most of you know, I spent the past year fundraising to be able to participate in the Northern Ambassadors of Music European Band Tour. After a lot of hard work, I finally reached my...

 

Dahl closed Labor Day

In observance of Labor Day, the Dahl Memorial clinic, business office, laboratory and community pharmacy will be closed on September 2. Offices will resume regular business hours on September 3....

 

Fair awards posted

2019 Carter County Fair Awards Ag Education Champion - Heather LaBree Reserve - Heidi LaBree Beef Project Champion - Katie Tooke Reserve - Sage DeFord Bicycle Champion - Quinton Kalstrom Buck Rabbit...

 

Bosses of the toss

Fourteen adult teams and two junior teams competed in an inaugural bean bag tournament on Friday during the Days of '85. The tourney was held on Main Street and was hosted by Ryan and Abbey Bruski...

 

2019 CCHS Homecoming Schedule

Thursday, August 29 • Coronation, 7 p.m. Monday, September 2 • NO SCHOOL - Labor Day Tuesday, September 3 • Disney Day - Dress up as your favorite Disney movie character Wednesday, September 4 • Wacky Wednesday - Wear the craziest outfit you...

 

Mud volleyball champs

This team won the mud volleyball tournament during the 2019 Days of '85....

 

Camp Crook Invitational Bronc Match results

The 4th Annual Invitational Bronc Match sponsored by Camp Crook Roping Club took place in Camp Crook, South Dakota on August 16. Results are posted below. Long Go 1) Dawson Jandreau, $2,055.00 2) Jeremy Meeks, $1,541.25 3) Chris Williams, $770.62 3)...

 

Days of '85

Crowds who attended events during the 2019 Days of '85 Fair and Rodeo over the weekend experienced cooler temperatures than last year. The average high temp from Thursday to Sunday was 85 degrees...

 

New microscopes for CCHS

Grant money awarded in April will benefit science students at CCHS this fall. The $5,000 grant from ONEOK, Inc. was used to purchase seven microscopes. Former Ekalaka Public Schools Superintendent...

 

2019 Days of '85 parade winners

Judges had a difficult time picking winners upon conclusion of the 2019 Days of '85 parade due to a large number of entries. The parade was one of the finest in the last several years. Fulton and...

 

Cash, quilt, kidney: 1 year later

One year ago, a group of local women who dubbed themselves the "Girl Power" group was selling treats, quilts and raffle tickets in Ekalaka to help Diana Harpster-Roby cover costs of donating one of...

 

Pet parade enjoyed by many

The Carter County Fair Board and Marshall Ranch, sponsors of the 2019 Days of '85 Pet Parade, were pleased with the turnout even though there was one exhibitor less than last year. The entries were...

 

Days of '85 rodeo results

Saturday Barrel Racing 1st: Erin Williams 2nd: Maddie Jacobson 3rd: Jackie VanVleet 4th: Brianna Williams 5th: Ava Reno 6th: Kaeley Hutchison Ladies Breakaway 1st: Shayla Howell 2nd: Katy Negaard 3rd:...

 

Fire department, area volunteers clean up Main

Ekalaka Volunteer Fire Department, along with the aid of some community volunteers, cleaned Main Street last Thursday prior to the county fair. Each volunteer spent anywhere between three and...

 

Just Cooling Off

"Winners" of Dahl Memorial Healthcare's ice bucket challenge, a contest started to raise funds for a walking path around the soon-to-be new facility, were Alex Loudermilk (left) and Ryan Tooke...

 

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