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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...

 

CCHS classes reunite

Several Carter County High School classes held reunions over the Days of '85 weekend in Ekalaka. Below are photographs from three of those reunions, including the class of 1977 that held a reunion to...

 

Bump-N-Run results

This year's Days of '85 Bump-N-Run started with seventeen super stock cars, including two pickups, and 9 modified cars. Weather cooperated, proving a great day of racing in Ekalaka. There were three...

 

Wright settles in as new superintendent

Kathryn Wright officially assumed her superintendent duties at Ekalaka Public Schools on July 9. The Rapid, City South Dakota native first visited the area eleven years ago and “fell in love” with Ekalaka’s skies. Wright completed...

 

Hunter Education courses available in Region 7

There are still a couple of Hunter Education courses available in Region 7 prior to general hunting season. Students must be 10 years old by the first day of class. To register, visit the Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks website at fwp.mt.gov, click on...

 

Daines Honors Montanan of the Week: Father Thomas Tobin

U.S. SENATE – U.S. Senator Steve Daines recognized Father Thomas Tobin of Carter County for his tremendous impact on the state of Montana. Through his "Montanan of the Week" initiative, Daines each...

 

Nies clan 2019 reunion

The Nies clan held their family reunion over the weekend starting July 26 at Camp Needmore. Approximately ninety-five family members were in attendance. There was a lot of visiting, reacquainting and...

 

Dahl ice bucket fundraiser to end at Sunday's parade

Dahl Memorial Healthcare’s ice bucket challenge will be coming to a close on Sunday, August 11 following the Days of ‘85 parade. The challenge was started at the beginning of July by employees in order to raise funds to build a walking path...

 

464 attend Saturday's Shindig activities

Carter County Museum's Annual Dino Shindig was again a Argentinosaurus-sized success this year. In its seventh year, the event has become one of the more anticipated summer events in Ekalaka, and...

 

Beaver Creek Rendezvous Charity Shoot winners

Weather cooperated during the inaugural Beaver Creek Rendezvous Charity Shoot on July 20. Shooters competed in a standing 100 yard scoped target shoot and a standing silhouette target shoot with a...

 

Dahl hours during fair

The Dahl Memorial clinic, business office and lab will be closed on August 9 for the Days of ‘85 Fair. Regular business hours will resume on Monday, August 12....

 

Castleberrys named 2019 parade marshals

Fulton and Betty Jo Castleberry both grew up in Carter County and graduated from Carter County High School. Fulton grew up in Ekalaka and Betty Jo (LaBree) Castleberry grew up on O'Fallon Creek 17...

 

Newest Eagle subscriber

Stephen Christopher Tauck was born July 5, 2019 at 11:41 p.m., weighing 6 lbs. 10 oz. and measuring 19.5 inches long. His parents are Shaun and Lisa Tauck of Hammond. Proud grandparents are Rod and...

 

Tornado touches down at Higgins Ranch

Just before 1 a.m. last Friday, a tornado touched down at the Higgins Ranch a few miles northeast of Ridgeway. According to a report from the National Weather Service, the tornado was classified as...

 

Class registration August 8 and 9

Registration for classes at Carter County High School and Ekalaka Junior High School, grades 7-12, will be Thursday, August 8 and Friday, August 9, at Carter County High School from noon to 4 p.m. If a student is unavailable for these dates, he/she...

 

New provider joining team at Dahl Memorial

Dahl Memorial Healthcare Association is thrilled to announce the addition of another healthcare provider! Alex Loudermilk, a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP), will be starting on August 2 and will be w...

 

Chamber news

We’re full swing into summer. The pool is open and swimming lessons just wrapped up for the season. The Chamber’s 4th of July Bash on Main Street was a success as attendees had a great time playing games, dancing on Main Street and watching the...

 

19 donors at last week's blood drive

Nineteen people donated blood at last week’s community blood drive held at Carter County Events Center. Of those, seven had appointments and four were new donors. In total, 23 units of blood were donated. Sam Cook won the drive’s door prize, $25...

 

Ijkalaka descendants meet in Ekalaka

Last Friday, a bus loaded with David and Ijkalaka Russell descendants traveled from Belle Fourche, South Dakota to Ekalaka. The trip was part of the Christenot family reunion. The Christenots are kin...

 

To Europe and back again

This June, local student athletes and twin sisters Hannah and Heather LaBree were given the opportunity to travel to Europe for basketball. The girls traveled to Germany, Italy and Austria as part of...

 

Class of '55 meets

The CCHS Class of 1955 gathered at Peggy Tooke’s on the afternoon of July 11 to visit. Betty Jo Schallenberger Smith from Havre was the honored guest. Classmates attending were Betty Jo Castleberry, Gloria Parks, Tom and Mary McCamish, Allen...

 

Father Tobin named priest of the year

Last year, the Montana Knights of Columbus Council instituted a Knights of Columbus Priest of the Year award to be given to a Priest who is a supporter of the KCs, is a leader in the church, and is a...

 

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