CAPITOLETTER

 


March 4, 2024

March came in like a lion cub, or a protective ewe, at Capitol and on Tie Creek. First it was sunny and warm, but soon a fierce wind came, and then the snow came drifting down again. The accumulation was small and melted fast.

On Monday, Ronda Cordell took a water sample to Ekalaka, to catch the mail to Billings by 2:00 p.m. Then, she joined some of the coffee crowd at the Wagon Whee,l for a ‘sit down and visit’ session. The weather was making a change as she headed home. Tuesday morning was four degrees, after being forty-four degrees on Monday. Wednesday was even chillie...



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