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Alzada show draws 125 despite weather

The 29th Annual Alzada Cowboy Poetry, Music and Art Show saw a smaller crowd of about 125 people attend, but the community spirit inside the old hall was as lively as ever. “Why we do this…,” this year’s theme, was very evident throughout...

 

Pick a peck of pumpkins, cook a crock of chili

Carter County Chamber of Commerce's FestiFall seemingly went off without a hitch on Saturday. Somewhere around 70 pumpkins were picked from Mainstreet Market's pumpkin patch, and almost 90 people...

 

Due to illness

Due to illness, the long-term care facility at Dahl Memorial Healthcare in Ekalaka is closed to visitors until further notice. Thank you for your cooperation in protecting our patients and your loved ones. Contact the nurses station or clinic next...

 

PRTC exercise to begin next week

Combat Raider, a military exercise involving various aircraft, is scheduled to begin October 16 in parts of the Powder River Training Complex and new Temporary Rushmore Air Traffic Control Assigned Airspace, and will conclude October 18. Combat Raide...

 

Local clubs participate in National 4-H Week

4-H'ers around the area recently participated in a hay bale decorating contest put on by Fallon/Carter Extension. The contest took place over National 4-H Week. First place went to Fertile Prairie...

 

Dahl business office makes changes

Recent changes have been made to the business office at Dahl Memorial Healthcare. Patients will now be asked to register at the office window for lab services rather than in the lab. Registration...

 

Ringling inducted to Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame & Western Heritage Center

District of induction: 3 Paul T. Ringling, rancher and World War II veteran, was born in New York City in 1920. His mother, Aubrey (Black) Ringling, and father, Richard T. Ringling, were part owners o...

 

Hospital building presentation Oct. 10

Dahl Memorial Healthcare Association will be hosting a new hospital building presentation and flu vaccine clinic on Wednesday, October 10 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Alzada Community Hall. CEO Ryan Tooke will be hosting a presentation concerning the new...

 

Annual hospital meeting sees good turnout

Over 75 members attended the Dahl Memorial Healthcare Annual Member Meeting last Thursday at Carter County Events Center. Around 90 attended in 2017 while only 45 turned out in 2016. The meeting...

 

Faithweavers to start on October 3

The Faithweavers youth program at St. Elizabeth Lutheran Church will be starting on Wednesday, October 3 this year. All children from age 4 through 6th grade are welcome. The class will be held on the first and third Wednesday of every month and...

 

Help support School Readiness Program

The Hammond and Hawks Home Schools are running a fundraiser through Schwan’s to help cover the cost of the School Readiness Program, which offers preschool aged kids the opportunity to be in a classroom once a week. An ambitious goal of $800 has...

 

Changes to patient registration at Dahl

Starting October 1, Dahl Memorial Clinic will be updating its patient registration process. When individuals come for their scheduled appointment, they will need to bring a driver’s license, current insurance card(s) and expected visit copay....

 

Carter County youth to celebrate National 4-H Week

For the 76th consecutive year, millions of youth, parents, volunteers and alumni across the country will celebrate National 4-H Week from October 7-13. This year's theme, “Inspire Kids to Do,” is a campaign that will give kids more opportunities...

 

Chamber plans Festi-Fall

Carter County Chamber of Commerce is currently planning Festi-Fall, a fun-filled family event properly named by Vice President Eva Grimes. Festi-Fall is scheduled for Saturday, October 6, coinciding...

 

VFW Auxiliary quilt raffle

Once again the Ekalaka area VFW Auxiliary to post 7885 is having a quilt raffle. This year the raffle for the red, white and blue quilt started in August. The drawing will be held at the end of the...

 

Blood drive numbers on rise

Numbers were on the rise again at the last community blood drive in Ekalaka. In total, 38 units of blood were collected from 28 donors. There were 17 walk-ins, one new donor, and only one no-show. Brice Lambert won a $25 cash door prize. Coordinator...

 

Ladies day on the range

The Carter County Conservation District, along with the local NRCS office, hosted a fun, educational event focusing on women in agriculture. The range tour started at the Fix Farm on Beaver Flats....

 

Free CNA courses available

For a limited time only, Montana Health Network (MHN) is offering a free on-line Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) course as part of a 6-month registered apprenticeship program through the Montana Department of Labor. This four-week course is...

 

Combat Raider 19-1 scheduled for October 16 - 18

Combat Raider, a military exercise involving various aircraft, is scheduled to begin October 16 in parts of the Powder River Training Complex, and will conclude on October 18. Combat Raider provides joint and coalition training under realistic...

 

Puptown Invitational Roping results

Forty ropers made their way to Ekalaka Track & Arena on Sunday to compete in this year's Puptown Invitational Round Robin Roping. Tenadore Kittelmann won first place header and Brent McInerney...

 

Coordinator rewarded for service

Since 2004, Darlene Carter Rose, coordinator for United Blood Services blood drives in Ekalaka, has seen 2,047 people donate. In total, she has helped to collect 2,568 units of blood in that same...

 

Town management hunt begins

A management season hunt has been put in place for Ekalaka. The purpose of this hunt is to reduce conflicts with mule deer by reducing deer numbers. Below is some general information about this...

 

Tornado damage assistance available

Tornadoes caused severe damage in southeast areas of Carter County in June, 2018. Farms and ranches suffering severe damage may be eligible for assistance under the Emergency Conservation Program (ECP) administered by the Farm Service Agency (FSA) if...

 

Annual hospital meeting slated for September 20

In January, the Eagle reported that the most recent plan for a new hospital was to build on the old Elementary school site. Recently, county commissioners passed bond language. It will be presented...

 

Homecoming royalty

2018 CCHS Homecoming Queen Tori Tooke and King Caleb Fix were crowned at coronation on Monday....

 

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