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 Local    July 19, 2019 

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...

 
 Local    July 19, 2019 

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...

 
 Local    July 19, 2019 

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...

 

Record rainfall recorded this week

Tuesday was officially the wettest July day the town of Ekalaka has ever had. National Weather Service data, which is recorded at 5 p.m. each day, shows that between 5 p.m. on Monday and 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Ekalaka officially received 2.72 inches of...

 
 By Charla Carter    Local    July 12, 2019

Blood drive next week

Blood is a liquid that circulates throughout the body via a pathway of blood vessels, arteries and veins. It carries nutrients, oxygen, antibodies and other necessities of life to every cell and tissue. Blood is also the means by which waste and wast...

 

Independence Day fun

Carter County Chamber of Commerce sponsored activities on Main Street prior to their fireworks display on Independence Day. Several "Minute to Win It" games were played while others on main enjoyed...

 

Lovec family holds reunion

Over ninety people attended the Emil and Eula Lovec Family Reunion at Camp Needmore from July 4 through July 7 over the holiday weekend. Of those attending, 7 were children, 20 were grandchildren, 36...

 

Residents invited to join local concert band

Newly hired Ekalaka Public Schools music teacher Nate Louisignau recently announced that he is forming a local concert band. Any southeastern Montana resident who is a high school freshman or older is invited to participate. The Carter County...

 

Sports physicals make-up day, July 24

A make-up day for sports physicals for all local athletes in grades 5-12 will be held on Wednesday, July 24 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Dahl Memorial Clinic. Physicals cost only $25 and payment is due at the time of service. MHSA pre-participation physi...

 

Stapleton visits Carter County on Things That Matter Outreach Tour

Montana Secretary of State Corey Stapleton spent June 26 in Ekalaka learning from local officials and the business community about ways his office can better promote democracy, help commerce thrive...

 

Shakespeare in the Parks

Over seventy people attended Montana Shakespeare in the Parks' performance of "Henry IV, Part 1" on Monday evening in Ekalaka. The performance was sponsored by Sagebrush Service Club and enjoyed on...

 

Local teacher receives national science award

A local teacher is being recognized for exceptional science education. In April, the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) announced the winners of the 2019 NSTA Teacher Awards program, which honors K–12 teachers, principals, professors and...

 

Celebrate Independence Day with local chamber

On Thursday, July 4 come out to Main Street in Ekalaka for Independence Day festivities starting at 4 p.m. Local businesses and organizations will host activities and booths until 8 p.m. Independence Day will be capped off by a fireworks display...

 

3 generations of nurses

On May 11, Sierra Brown graduated from the nursing program in Sheridan, Wyoming. Brown's grandmother, retired LPN and local Donna Lewis, and her mother, retired RN-C, DON Wanda Brown, were honored to...

 

Parade floats wanted

The Carter County Days of ‘85 Fair and Rodeo is quickly approaching and organizers would like to remind all to start planning for a float in this year’s parade. Businesses, farms, ranches, local organizations, churches, class reunions and...

 

Eagle goes to press early next week

Due to Independence Day, the Ekalaka Eagle will go to press one day early next week. Because of this change in schedule, all ads and correspondence must be to the office by noon on Monday, July 1.Due to Independence Day, the Ekalaka Eagle will go to...

 

Ernest Tooke Memorial Match Bronc Ride

Around forty riders jumped on the back of a Tooke Bronc at the Ernest Tooke Memorial Match Bronc Ride in Ekalaka on Sunday. The annual event is put on each year by C & T Rodeo. Wylee Brown of...

 

Southeast Electric Cooperative maintains medical alert list

Southeast Electric maintains a medical alert list for member households with individuals who depend on electricity-powered medical equipment. If you or someone in your home depends on a feeding machine, heart monitor, oxygen machine or nebulizer,...

 

New business office hours at Dahl

As of Friday, June 22, the Dahl Memorial Healthcare business office will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. These hours coincide with the new pharmacy hours and will better serve patients as they pick up and make payments for prescript...

 

Superintendent Schrock resigns

After a three-year stint as the superintendent at Ekalaka Public Schools, Daniel Schrock resigned last week. Schrock took over the position in 2016 and wrote in a June 13 letter to the Eagle that he...

 

160 members attend SEEC meeting

Southeast Electric Cooperative held an annual meeting last Friday. After several year's of holding the meeting at Carter County High School, employees decided to try something new this year and...

 

Eagle receives 9 first place awards at Montana Newspaper Association convention

The Ekalaka Eagle won twenty-five awards, including nine first place awards, at the Better Newspaper Awards ceremony during the 134th Montana Newspaper Association annual convention held June 7 and 8 at Big Sky Resort in Big Sky, Montana. The awards...

 

Chamber news

The annual city wide garage sale, the Chamber’s first big event to kick-off the summer season, was a great success. There were several sales, vendors and customers. It was a beautiful day and fun was had by all. The chamber thanks those that held...

 

Dingfelder graduates from FBI National Academy Program

George A. Dingfelder was one of two hundred and fifty-six law enforcement officers who graduated on June 7 from the FBI National Academy Program at Quantico, Virginia. The 276th Session of the...

 

New pharmacy to open in July

Pharmacist Michelle Mehling plans to open Dahl Memorial Healthcare Community Pharmacy on July 1. "It has been a two-year process," she told the Eagle on Tuesday. Ekalaka hasn't had a pharmacy since...

 

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