Thursday, December 14, 2017

Cayden Redfield of the Hardin High School Bulldogs (front) watches his shot go through the net Saturday evening during a run and gun match with the Lame Deer Morning Stars at the All-American Indian Shootout. Despite their efforts, the Morning Stars were overwhelmed by the Bulldogs for an 84-40 loss.
Last weekend’s All-American Indian Shootout carried a matchup of 12 boys’ and girls’ teams from across Montana and Wyoming, all of whom met at Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark in Billings for some fast-paced basketball. For the weekend’s last competitions on Saturday, the teams needed to relocate to the Fortin Fitness Center...
Hardin Intermediate School fifth grader Koy Willoughby stands behind coats donated by the community to help his fellow students.
An estimated 50 students from Hardin Primary and Intermediate schools will be receiving coats, hats and/or gloves this winter thanks to community donations sparked by Koy Willoughby. A fifth grader at the intermediate school, Willoughby noticed that as the weather got colder, some of his fellow students were wearing “just sweatshirts...
Steven “Steve-O” O’Neil, co-owner of Oh’s! Bakery & Café in Hardin, stands behind the counter during his first week after moving Big Horn BBQ Boys to the new location. He intends to offer both bakery and barbecue entrees.
Big Horn BBQ Boys, located in downtown Hardin on Center Avenue, is moving out, although it may not be as far as you think.  Owners Steven “Steve-O” and Vicky O’Neil recently have purchased Oh’s! Bakery & Café and moved only four doors down from their former location. They purchased the building from previous...
John Mehling attempts a double leg takedown against a Billings Central wrestler last Thursday evening at the Hardin Quad duals. The Bulldogs defeated both Central and the Laurel Locomotives.
It was a busy week for the Bulldog wrestlers starting off Thursday evening at home for the Hardin Duals, and then heading to Glasgow for duals on Friday and a tournament on Saturday. At home Thursday, Hardin dominated their own duals, defeating Billings Central 54-18 and Laurel 48-24. “Overall, it was a great weekend,” said...
Nicole Nedens swims the freestyle. Nedens placed fourth overall in the 500-yard and ninth in the 200-yard freestyle races.
The Hardin Bulldogs hosted their own invite Saturday with local swimmers placing at the top six in six individual events.In team action, the girls placed fourth overall and the boys fifth against all Billings schools and Bozeman. In the girls’ competition, Demi Uffelman placed fourth in the 50-yard freestyle, swimming it in 28.58....
Zoning restrictions for medical marijuana dispensaries in Hardin are pictured using radius-drawing software designed by engineer Oliver Beattie. According to Hardin City Code, no dispensaries may be located within 300 feet of a residential area or 1,000 feet of “any type of school or public playground.” When using the map for reference, this means that no dispensary may reside within one of the blue circles or within 300 feet of one of the houses.
Medical marijuana dispensaries aren’t banned in Hardin, but city zoning regulations have suceeded in doing just that, according to Elevated LLC owner Matt Martin. Recently, he was forced to shutter his business’ Hardin location – which “was on an upswing” with about 50 clients – when he couldn’t find a...
Cayden Redfield of the Hardin High School Bulldogs (front) watches his shot go through the net Saturday evening during a run and gun match with the Lame Deer Morning Stars at the All-American Indian Shootout. Despite their efforts, the Morning Stars were overwhelmed by the Bulldogs for an 84-40 loss.
Hardin Intermediate School fifth grader Koy Willoughby stands behind coats donated by the community to help his fellow students.
Steven “Steve-O” O’Neil, co-owner of Oh’s! Bakery & Café in Hardin, stands behind the counter during his first week after moving Big Horn BBQ Boys to the new location. He intends to offer both bakery and barbecue entrees.
John Mehling attempts a double leg takedown against a Billings Central wrestler last Thursday evening at the Hardin Quad duals. The Bulldogs defeated both Central and the Laurel Locomotives.
Nicole Nedens swims the freestyle. Nedens placed fourth overall in the 500-yard and ninth in the 200-yard freestyle races.
Zoning restrictions for medical marijuana dispensaries in Hardin are pictured using radius-drawing software designed by engineer Oliver Beattie. According to Hardin City Code, no dispensaries may be located within 300 feet of a residential area or 1,000 feet of “any type of school or public playground.” When using the map for reference, this means that no dispensary may reside within one of the blue circles or within 300 feet of one of the houses.

School & Activities

John Mehling attempts a double leg takedown against a Billings Central wrestler last Thursday evening at the Hardin Quad duals. The Bulldogs defeated both Central and the Laurel Locomotives.
It was a busy week for the Bulldog wrestlers starting off Thursday evening at home for the Hardin Duals, and then heading to Glasgow for duals on Friday and a t

Obituaries

Kara Lee Schwend
Kara Lee Schwend was born Dec. 5, 1971 in Billings. She passed away Dec. 10, 2017 at home on the ranch in St. Xavier surrounded by family.
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