Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Mugga Rideshorse and Joe Buffalo Jr. load up cases of bottled water into a truck last Thursday afternoon at the Natural Resource Department garage in Crow Agency. These cases were distributed to local residents for several days before the town’s water treatment plant could successfully be tested.
Water has been tested and deemed safe for the 1,600-plus town of Crow Agency following a Wednesday, Oct. 4 incident where one of its two treatment plants were vandalized. As of Friday, a notice from the Crow Tribe’s incident command stated, they have “flushed the water mains as a precaution to make sure water is safe in all parts of...
U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont, talks with an audience member following his speech on Tuesday at Little Big Horn College in Crow Agency.
U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont. arrived at Little Big Horn College in Crow Agency late Tuesday morning to speak with an estimated 80 students, faculty and residents on subjects ranging from education, to government, to crime on the Crow Reservation. For the 275 students attending the college, Tester said, educators must acquire research dollars...
Lillith Bell-Reed (left), Tamika Covers Up (center) and Paetin Abeyta salute while their picture is taken by Legion member Bill Eshleman. Legion members saw them saluting the burning ceremony on Friday, and Eshleman went over and spoke with them about the event.
Members of American Legion Post 8 retired more than 50 flags in a burning ceremony Saturday afternoon at the City of Hardin’s Fire Hall. American Legion post members saluted and played taps during the ceremony, but they were not alone as three young local girls – Lillith Bell-Reed, Tamika Covers Up and Paetin Abeyta – showed...
Middle hitter Jonna Lind (No. 12) is congratulated by fellow Hardin players last Thursday evening after a successful kill against the Laurel Locomotives. The match with Laurel was Lind’s first time playing as a member of the Lady Bulldog varsity team.
After about two months on the volleyball court, Hardin High School’s Lady Bulldogs finally achieved their first three-set victory of the season, taking down the Laurel Locomotives last Thursday with final scores of 25-18, 25-14 and 25-14. The home game also featured the first appearances of three freshmen in varsity play: Jonna Lind,...
The offensive line opens a hole for Codi Small Friday night against the Park County Rangers. Small rushed for 222 yards, scoring three touchdowns and helping to give the Bulldogs a 32-6 victory.
The Bulldogs scored their second victory of the season by defeating the Park County Rangers 32-6 Friday. “They came out and played,” Head Coach Jake Lynch said. “Offensively, it was the best performance of the year.” The Bulldogs rushed for 312 total yards and 17 first downs, with 282 coming on the ground and 30...
This Saturday, the Bulldog cross-country team will compete at home. Hardin is hosting the Eastern A Divisional Invite. Both Hardin boys and girls are in contention to be division champs and both teams have continued to improve throughout the season.  The final regular meet in Helena last week was another stepping stone for the...
Mugga Rideshorse and Joe Buffalo Jr. load up cases of bottled water into a truck last Thursday afternoon at the Natural Resource Department garage in Crow Agency. These cases were distributed to local residents for several days before the town’s water treatment plant could successfully be tested.
U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont, talks with an audience member following his speech on Tuesday at Little Big Horn College in Crow Agency.
Lillith Bell-Reed (left), Tamika Covers Up (center) and Paetin Abeyta salute while their picture is taken by Legion member Bill Eshleman. Legion members saw them saluting the burning ceremony on Friday, and Eshleman went over and spoke with them about the event.
Middle hitter Jonna Lind (No. 12) is congratulated by fellow Hardin players last Thursday evening after a successful kill against the Laurel Locomotives. The match with Laurel was Lind’s first time playing as a member of the Lady Bulldog varsity team.
The offensive line opens a hole for Codi Small Friday night against the Park County Rangers. Small rushed for 222 yards, scoring three touchdowns and helping to give the Bulldogs a 32-6 victory.

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Middle hitter Jonna Lind (No. 12) is congratulated by fellow Hardin players last Thursday evening after a successful kill against the Laurel Locomotives. The match with Laurel was Lind’s first time playing as a member of the Lady Bulldog varsity team.
After about two months on the volleyball court, Hardin High School’s Lady Bulldogs finally achieved their first three-set victory of the season, taking down the

Obituaries

Beatrice Mary Bullis
Beatrice (Bea) Mary Bullis passed away in Hardin on Oct. 8, 2017 after an extended illness. She was born April 30, 1927 in Lewistown, Mont. to Earl and Bertha Dickson Zelenka. 
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