MSU film student Kirsten Johnson talks about the Mosasaur model under construction at the Carter County Museum in Ekalaka.
Students and graduates of MSU work on organizing the collection and updating the displays at the Carter County Museum in Ekalaka.
Dustin DeFord, the Ekalaka firefighter killed in the Yarnell fire near Prescott, Ariz., was laid to rest Saturday in his hometown.
Sandstone petroglyphs are visible on the formations at Medicine Rocks State Park near Ekalaka.
Sabre Moore will redesign Native American exhibits at the Carter County Museum in Ekalaka this summer.
Students and graduates of Montana State University are working with the Carter County Museum in Ekalaka to improve and expand exhibits.
Carter County Museum curator Nathan Carroll, center left, and newly hired museum director Chioko Hammel, center, right, join a group looking at fossils at the museum in Ekalaka.
Foot and hand bones from a birdlike ornithomimid dinosaur are some of the fossils from the Carter County Museum in Ekalaka that curator Nathan Carroll has brought to Montana State University to research and identify.
Nathan Carroll talks about his work at the Carter County Museum in Ekalaka.
Ekalaka plans to restore and renovate the historic Old Locker building as the site of the new town library.
In the week that was in girls basketball, no team is safe in the Eastern A, Great Falls keeps winning, and Wibaux makes a stand. Here, then, are a few of the headlines from last week:
Despite windy conditions, fire crews reached 95 percent containment of the 10,675-acre Dugan fire by Tuesday evening, up from 60 percent on Monday.
8 A.M.: Work reinforcing lines and mopping up on the 10,675-acre Dugan fire continued on Monday night.
MEDICINE ROCKS STATE PARK — No one alive can remember Herbert Dalton, but his tragic love story still resonates in the tiny southeast Montana town of Ekalaka.
A jilted Irish sheepherder carved this portrait at Medicine Rocks State Park more than 100 years ago.
Students Garry Worthington and Kevin Hegland map formations as Montana State Parks and MSUB joined forces to record and map more than 2,000 historic inscriptions and petroglyphs at Medicine Rocks State Park near Ekalaka.
Tim Urbaniak tours sandstone petroglyphs on the formations at Medicine Rocks State Park near Ekalaka.
Students and volunteers, from left, Peter Stanley, Alexis Urbaniak and James Busse, document formations at Medicine Rocks State Park.
Animals are well represented at Medicine Rocks State Park, from ancient mountain sheep to this modern-era horse.
Hearts are the No. 1 symbol Americans carve into rocks, an MSUB professor says.