Friday, February 12, 2016

Flooding in the weight training and wrestling rooms caused damage to the walls. According to District Maintenance Director Kenny Kepp, 95 percent of the north wall will have to be replaced.
“You might have heard we had a little flooding problem over at the high school,” Hardin School District Superintendent Dennis Gerke said Tuesday in his opening statement to the school board. For many students and faculty who have seen the northwest side of Hardin High School, this was likely an understatement.“Are you guys...
Maggie Fraser (right) and Kelsey Fraser protest defendant Kerstyn Old Bull’s plea agreement in front of the Big Horn County Courthouse Wednesday morning. Using a sign that states, “Honk for justice for Kiki,” Fraser and other protestors drew awareness to opposing opinions.
Police officers stood by as protesters congregated directly outside Big Horn County Courthouse Wednesday afternoon dissenting Old Bull’s previous plea agreement as suggested by County Attorney Gerald “Jay” Harris. Signs that read “Justice-4-Kiki” and “Honk for justice” among others were being waved at...
Montana governor candidate Greg Gianforte (standing), lists off ideas to help Montana’s economy during a Monday meeting at 3 Brothers Bistro in Hardin. Gianforte plans to tour 60 Montana communities to find out what residents see as problematic rules hampering their businesses or agricultural operations as part of his Regulation Roundup tour.
Speaking Monday over pizza at 3 Brothers Bistro in Hardin, state governor candidate Greg Gianforte expressed the following message: He is not a fan of Hail Mary passes, whether they be in the Super Bowl or business and agriculture. A former football player himself, the Montana businessman and Republican intends to “advance the ball”...
Hardin High School senior Cordell Bird III balances a basketball on his index finger after being chosen to compete at the 2016 Down Under Tournaments on the Gold Coast of Australia. Formed in 1989 by New Zealander George O’Scanlon, Down Under Sports was created with the purpose of using “the common language of sports to bridge the continents.”
Hardin High School senior Cordell Bird III who considers football his “main sport”, wasn’t expecting to act as an ambassador for both Montana and the United States in the realm of basketball. But, if everything goes according to plan for him come July, this is exactly what will happen.Bird was recently selected to play in the...
Audio producer Jennifer Jarrett takes an audio sample at Mammoth Terraces in November 2014. Her efforts to preserve sounds at Yellowstone National Park are supported by the park and Montana State University Library’s online Acoustic Atlas.
As dream jobs go, Jennifer Jerrett’s in Yellowstone National Park has to top the list.Jerrett works as an audio producer of Yellowstone sound. It’s her job to go around the park with high-tech audio equipment to capture natural sounds, such as elk bugling, birds singing, and mud pots blooping.Jerrett, who lives and works at Mammoth Hot...
Sludge from the plate setter flows into a sludge pond. The anonymous document states “contaminated water was pumped out of sludge pond onto neighboring property.”
In late November, an anonymous source submitted documents to the Big Horn County News office containing information submitted to the Environmental Protection Agency. This document alleges environmental violations within the Crow Pilot Water Treatment Plant. “Due to [a] poorly-planned pilot plant and too small of an evaporation/sludge...
Flooding in the weight training and wrestling rooms caused damage to the walls. According to District Maintenance Director Kenny Kepp, 95 percent of the north wall will have to be replaced.
Maggie Fraser (right) and Kelsey Fraser protest defendant Kerstyn Old Bull’s plea agreement in front of the Big Horn County Courthouse Wednesday morning. Using a sign that states, “Honk for justice for Kiki,” Fraser and other protestors drew awareness to opposing opinions.
Montana governor candidate Greg Gianforte (standing), lists off ideas to help Montana’s economy during a Monday meeting at 3 Brothers Bistro in Hardin. Gianforte plans to tour 60 Montana communities to find out what residents see as problematic rules hampering their businesses or agricultural operations as part of his Regulation Roundup tour.
Hardin High School senior Cordell Bird III balances a basketball on his index finger after being chosen to compete at the 2016 Down Under Tournaments on the Gold Coast of Australia. Formed in 1989 by New Zealander George O’Scanlon, Down Under Sports was created with the purpose of using “the common language of sports to bridge the continents.”
Audio producer Jennifer Jarrett takes an audio sample at Mammoth Terraces in November 2014. Her efforts to preserve sounds at Yellowstone National Park are supported by the park and Montana State University Library’s online Acoustic Atlas.
Sludge from the plate setter flows into a sludge pond. The anonymous document states “contaminated water was pumped out of sludge pond onto neighboring property.”

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Hardin High School senior Cordell Bird III balances a basketball on his index finger after being chosen to compete at the 2016 Down Under Tournaments on the Gold Coast of Australia. Formed in 1989 by New Zealander George O’Scanlon, Down Under Sports was created with the purpose of using “the common language of sports to bridge the continents.”
Hardin High School senior Cordell Bird III who considers football his “main sport”, wasn’t expecting to act as an ambassador for both Montana and the United States in the realm of basketball.

Obituaries

Khan Lee Little Light

Khan Lee Little Light (White Horse Bridle) went home to be with the Lord on Jan. 30, 2016, due to being a “Ramblin Man.” Our baby boy was born on Aug. 14, 1990.

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