Sunday, May 28, 2017

Event volunteer Ryan Old Crow holds a scale weighed down by “trash” fish Saturday afternoon for the Willow Creek Fishing Derby as Crow Secretary Knute Old Crow checks the results. Writing down Knute’s findings is Wade Birdinground as Devin Russell looks on.
It was a sunny day at Willow Creek southwest of Lodge Grass as Camilo Nantes reeled in yet another fish to add to his orange bucket. Further down the beach, scattered anglers awaited the next tug on the line as children played in the mud and tossed rocks into the water. By 3 p.m. Saturday, Nantes – a Billings resident – had caught 24...
Greg Gianforte (left picture) and Rob Quist (right picture)
Two candidates battling to be the State of Montana’s sole representative in the U.S. House visited the Crow Reservation recently, with Democrat Rob Quist leaning in on the issue of health care, and Republican Greg Gianforte stressing hard work and opportunity. Gianforte and his wife Susan are co-founders of RightNow Technologies, a...
Graduating seniors of the Lodge Grass High School Class of 2017 throw their hats into the air after they were conferred on Sunday. Twenty-five seniors received their diplomas.
To the sound of “Pomp and Circumstance,” 25 seniors from Lodge Grass High School walked in for commencement Sunday afternoon.  The day’s events began with the National Anthem, followed by the Night Hawk Juniors singing the Crow Flag song.  High school instructor John Pilch served as Master of Ceremonies....
Pretty Eagle Catholic Academy fifth grader Kessley Takes Enemy paints the school’s PECA Green Bus, to be used as a place to protect the students’ plants from cold weather. Skylights have been installed in the bus to aid in photosynthesis.
Pretty Eagle Catholic Academy in St. Xavier, since catching the composting bug in 2016, has made it through an entire year composting their leftover fruits, veggies and bread from the cafeteria. They have five 4-by-4 pallet bins full of compost ready to bless someone’s garden or flower bed. Those interested is using some are encouraged to...
Lodge Grass junior Tavia Torralba poses in Sheridan, Wyo. where she made a hole-in-one.
Lodge Grass High School’s Indians wrapped up a successful golf season this week. Seventeen men and women golfers competed for the Indians this year at tournaments in Roundup, Billings, Broadus, Columbus and Sheridan Wyo. Among the highlights of the season was a hole-in-one scored May 11 at the Powder Horn Club in Sheridan by Lodge Grass...
The Eastern A is an animal when it comes sports competition, and tennis is no exception. On the girls side, there were only 2 points of separation between first and third place, with Glendive scoring 39, Billings Central 38 and Hardin 37. While the boys team totals weren’t quite that tight, with the boys taking second place with a score of...
Event volunteer Ryan Old Crow holds a scale weighed down by “trash” fish Saturday afternoon for the Willow Creek Fishing Derby as Crow Secretary Knute Old Crow checks the results. Writing down Knute’s findings is Wade Birdinground as Devin Russell looks on.
Greg Gianforte (left picture) and Rob Quist (right picture)
Graduating seniors of the Lodge Grass High School Class of 2017 throw their hats into the air after they were conferred on Sunday. Twenty-five seniors received their diplomas.
Pretty Eagle Catholic Academy fifth grader Kessley Takes Enemy paints the school’s PECA Green Bus, to be used as a place to protect the students’ plants from cold weather. Skylights have been installed in the bus to aid in photosynthesis.
Lodge Grass junior Tavia Torralba poses in Sheridan, Wyo. where she made a hole-in-one.

School & Activities

Pretty Eagle Catholic Academy fifth grader Kessley Takes Enemy paints the school’s PECA Green Bus, to be used as a place to protect the students’ plants from cold weather. Skylights have been installed in the bus to aid in photosynthesis.
Pretty Eagle Catholic Academy in St.

Obituaries

George Kim Schofield
George Kim Schofield, 60, died Thursday, May 18 at his home in Hysham, Mont. following a battle with cancer. He was born Aug. 30, 1956 in Pierre, S.D., the son of Martin L.
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