Friday, January 30, 2015

Vice Secretary Shawn Backbone (left) and Crow/Northern Cheyenne Hospital CEO Gary Wabaunsee hold the ribbon as Chairman Darrin Old Coyote cuts in the opening ceremony for the hospital’s Express Care Clinic.
An opening celebration for the new Express Care Clinic located in the Crow/Northern Cheyenne Hospital was held Thursday, Jan. 22 in Crow Agency. The Express Clinic will provide care for non-chronic medical needs including colds, sore throats, acute injuries and some minor testing. Crow tribal leaders and members gathered as hospital CEO Gary...
A portion of the fifth grade class for Crow Agency Public school sits with a supersize check for $25,000, donated by energy company Phillips 66. In the back are Vice Chairman Dana Wilson (wearing a cowboy hat), Principal Jason Cummins (wearing a light purple suit) and Phillips 66 pipeline manager Mike Miller (wearing a white suit and standing left of Cummins).
“Where should I put this?” said Crow Agency Public School Principal Jason Cummins, pacing near the school entrance and carrying a supersized check for $25,000 donated by energy company Phillips 66. “I want to find a place where everyone can see it.”Eventually, he settled temporarily for a bench outside the school lobby....
The effort by Hardin High School to keep kids in school is working. The dropout rate in Hardin fell from 10.71 percent in 2012-13 school year to 4.92 percent in 2013-14 and the graduation rate rose from 60.91 percent to 72.28 percent for the same period.
High school graduation rates are climbing, dropout rates are falling and it’s a promising trend for students attending Hardin High School.According to the Montana Office of Public Instruction (OPI) the dropout rate in Hardin fell from 10.71 percent in 2012-13 school year to 4.92 percent in 2013-14 and the graduation rate rose from 60.91...
Speaker of the House Knute Old Crow addresses his fellow senators during the last day of the Legislative Branch’s January quarterly session on Friday. The legislative resolution to form a diabetes clinic on the Crow Reservation has been placed under review, though an action plan to create the organization is currently under development.
The Crow Legislature’s quarterly session for January 2015 commenced on the 12th of the month and ended on the 23rd, with senators examining legislation designed to put the Crow Nation on the right path both socially and economically. Legislative Resolution No. 15, placed under review, is set to establish a clinic to treat a common –...
 Frank Two Bulls goes for the lay-up in action Saturday night against Glendive. The Bulldogs won the hard fought battle by one point.
The Hardin Bulldog basketball team took their winning streak to five, propelling them to the No. 1 spot in the Eastern A conference.Friday night, Hardin traveled to Miles City and came home with a 51-48 victory then defeated the Glendive Red Devils 41-40 in a home game on Saturday.In their first meeting against Miles City, the Cowboys won 68-64...
Senior Darrelyn Left Hand protects the ball during the game against Miles City. Left Hand was one of two Lady Bulldogs to personally score in the double digits during Friday’s game.
The second half of the Eastern A basketball season is underway as the Hardin Lady Bulldogs engaged the Miles City Cowgirls for a second time this season in a Jan. 23 home game. In the first quarter, the Cowgirls out-scored the Lady Bulldogs 25-16, giving the Cowgirls a 9-point lead. By the end of the second quarter the score was 46-23. ...
Vice Secretary Shawn Backbone (left) and Crow/Northern Cheyenne Hospital CEO Gary Wabaunsee hold the ribbon as Chairman Darrin Old Coyote cuts in the opening ceremony for the hospital’s Express Care Clinic.
A portion of the fifth grade class for Crow Agency Public school sits with a supersize check for $25,000, donated by energy company Phillips 66. In the back are Vice Chairman Dana Wilson (wearing a cowboy hat), Principal Jason Cummins (wearing a light purple suit) and Phillips 66 pipeline manager Mike Miller (wearing a white suit and standing left of Cummins).
The effort by Hardin High School to keep kids in school is working. The dropout rate in Hardin fell from 10.71 percent in 2012-13 school year to 4.92 percent in 2013-14 and the graduation rate rose from 60.91 percent to 72.28 percent for the same period.
Speaker of the House Knute Old Crow addresses his fellow senators during the last day of the Legislative Branch’s January quarterly session on Friday. The legislative resolution to form a diabetes clinic on the Crow Reservation has been placed under review, though an action plan to create the organization is currently under development.
 Frank Two Bulls goes for the lay-up in action Saturday night against Glendive. The Bulldogs won the hard fought battle by one point.
Senior Darrelyn Left Hand protects the ball during the game against Miles City. Left Hand was one of two Lady Bulldogs to personally score in the double digits during Friday’s game.

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 Frank Two Bulls goes for the lay-up in action Saturday night against Glendive. The Bulldogs won the hard fought battle by one point.
The Hardin Bulldog basketball team took their winning streak to five, propelling them to the No. 1 spot in the Eastern A conference.

Obituaries

Ronnie Dan Enemy Hunter III, the one-year and seven-month-old son of Delana Springfield and Ronnie Pease Jr., died suddenly on Jan.