Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Lodge Grass Mayor Quincy Dabney fills out forms on his laptop in an effort to get a grant from the Environmental Protection Agency to help deal with the town’s cottonwood problem. Branches have been falling from the trees that dot the town, and Dabney is worried that a falling branch might hurt someone.
Over the past month and a half, Lodge Grass Mayor Quincy Dabney has been reorienting himself to his new job – less construction work and coal mining, as he did in the past, and more Robert’s Rules of Order. According to Dabney, he intends to help bring in community improvement projects and grants, but to do so, he wants to first...
Dr. Emerson Bull Chief, owner and operator for 7 Bison Cultural Consulting, donates money to the Montana State University Indian Club. A 2016 graduate of MSU, Bull Chief wrote his dissertation on the historical significance of “The Seven Bison Bulls,” a story that inspired his business’ name.
Dr. Emerson Bull Chief, former director for the Crow Tribal Historic Preservation Office, has moved to the private sector where, for the past year, he has surveyed and advised for parties interested in cultural resources and lands. The anthropologist’s business, based in St. Xavier, is called 7 Bison Cultural Consulting. “7 Bison...
Joshua Randall is first to cross the finish line during a Sept. 10, 2017 competition in Gurye, South Korea. He finished the 2017 Ironman season ranked first not only in his age group of 35-to 39-year-old U.S. males, but also in the world.
Joshua Randall, who was born in Crow Agency and raised in Hardin for eight years, has finished first in the world for the 2017 Ironman season out of 27,860 athletes. This included the 7,097 athletes from the United States in his age group for 35-to 39-year-old males. All-World Athlete status is based on the top three 2017 results. The Ironman...
Justin Zier gets the pin at 182 in the championship round. Zier pinned Wyatt Blythe of Lewistown in 2:23 for his state championship.
The last time Hardin had two state champions in the same year was 2005. It may have taken 13 years, but the Bulldog wrestling team has done it again with Bryce Roan at 152 and Justin Zier at 182 both taking their place at the top of the platform as the medals were handed out. Overall, the Bulldogs placed five of its 12 state qualifiers. ...
Hardin senior David Evans goes for a basket Saturday against the Lodge Grass Indians, where the Bulldogs were victorious 77-48.
Hardin’s Bulldog basketball team recovered from their recent loss against Billings Central with two home wins on Saturday and Monday against the Lodge Grass Indians and Miles City Cowboys respectively. In the case of the matchup with Lodge Grass, they took the game by 77-48; against Miles City, the final score was 66-42. Hardin...
Hardin player Mashaya Alden goes for a shot during Saturday’s game with Lodge Grass. Alden made the second most points for Hardin at 10.
Saturday had the second matchup of the year between the Class A Lady Bulldog basketball team and the Class B Lodge Grass Lady Indians. The rivalry game was unbalanced in Hardin’s favor as the Bulldogs pulled out a full-court press on the Indians. By the end, Hardin had more than tripled Lodge Grass’ score at 69-22 and Bulldog...
Lodge Grass Mayor Quincy Dabney fills out forms on his laptop in an effort to get a grant from the Environmental Protection Agency to help deal with the town’s cottonwood problem. Branches have been falling from the trees that dot the town, and Dabney is worried that a falling branch might hurt someone.
Dr. Emerson Bull Chief, owner and operator for 7 Bison Cultural Consulting, donates money to the Montana State University Indian Club. A 2016 graduate of MSU, Bull Chief wrote his dissertation on the historical significance of “The Seven Bison Bulls,” a story that inspired his business’ name.
Joshua Randall is first to cross the finish line during a Sept. 10, 2017 competition in Gurye, South Korea. He finished the 2017 Ironman season ranked first not only in his age group of 35-to 39-year-old U.S. males, but also in the world.
Justin Zier gets the pin at 182 in the championship round. Zier pinned Wyatt Blythe of Lewistown in 2:23 for his state championship.
Hardin senior David Evans goes for a basket Saturday against the Lodge Grass Indians, where the Bulldogs were victorious 77-48.
Hardin player Mashaya Alden goes for a shot during Saturday’s game with Lodge Grass. Alden made the second most points for Hardin at 10.

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Justin Zier gets the pin at 182 in the championship round. Zier pinned Wyatt Blythe of Lewistown in 2:23 for his state championship.
The last time Hardin had two state champions in the same year was 2005.

Obituaries

William Richard “Dick” Crockford
William Richard “Dick” Crockford of Dillon, Mont., 65, passed away from a heart attack early Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018.
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