Sunday, January 21, 2018

Alcohol bottles line the shelves at a liquor store. Under a recent policy by Big Horn County Attorney Gerald “Jay” Harris, pregnant mothers who use non-prescribed drugs or alcohol may be liable for monitoring by law enforcement or incarceration.
In a move considered “unique” by the Montana Department of Justice, Big Horn County Attorney Gerald “Jay” Harris has called for an “immediate crackdown” on pregnant mothers who abuse drugs or alcohol. With his approach, Harris wrote last Thursday, the State of Montana “will seek an order of protection...
Joe Purcell
A new Hardin mayor who ran on a platform of fresh ideas and “cohesive teamwork” between the city and its residents has taken the reins of local government as of Jan. 1. So far, according to Mayor Joe Purcell, he hasn’t contended with anything unexpected. “My goal is to keep us proactive, ahead of the change and ahead...
A coal truck travels through Spring Creek Mine, near Decker, which is set to supply coal-fired power plants in Fukushima Prefecture, Japan by the end of 2019.
Cloud Peak Energy announced Tuesday that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Cloud Peak Energy Logistics (“CPEL”), has entered into a coal export sales agreement with JERA Trading Pte Ltd. (“JERAT”), which is a trading company based in Singapore.  Shipments are expected to commence as early as the end of 2019 and...
Lodge Grass defenders barely have time to turn around last Thursday evening as Hardin senior Emilio Oldbull dashes between them. Hardin’s Bulldog basketball team defeated the Lodge Grass Indians in their rivalry match-up 84-53.
Hardin’s Bulldog basketball team maintained a lead for all four quarters last Thursday in their rivalry victory against the Lodge Grass Indians. Their closest quarter score during the packed game at Lodge Grass High School was in Period 4 with a lead of 15-11 and their furthest was in the first period, where they shot ahead 24-11. This...
Aaliyah Dust, guard for the Lady Indians, rushes toward the basket during last Thursday’s basketball game with Hardin’s  Lady  Bulldogs.
Lodge Grass High School was packed to capacity as per fire code regulations last Thursday evening for the non-conference, rivalry match-up between Hardin’s Lady Bulldog basketball team and the Lodge Grass Lady Indians. While the Indians went on to lose the 51-87, they did manage to keep pace with the Bulldogs in the third quarter,...
The Hardin Bulldog wrestling team traveled to a new venue over the weekend at Casper, Wyo. to do battle in the first ever Trojan Border Wars, held at Kelly Walsh High School. The dual tournament had teams from Wyoming, Montana, South Dakota, Idaho and Nebraska competing in the event.  Two Bulldogs went undefeated for the dual...
Alcohol bottles line the shelves at a liquor store. Under a recent policy by Big Horn County Attorney Gerald “Jay” Harris, pregnant mothers who use non-prescribed drugs or alcohol may be liable for monitoring by law enforcement or incarceration.
Joe Purcell
A coal truck travels through Spring Creek Mine, near Decker, which is set to supply coal-fired power plants in Fukushima Prefecture, Japan by the end of 2019.
Lodge Grass defenders barely have time to turn around last Thursday evening as Hardin senior Emilio Oldbull dashes between them. Hardin’s Bulldog basketball team defeated the Lodge Grass Indians in their rivalry match-up 84-53.
Aaliyah Dust, guard for the Lady Indians, rushes toward the basket during last Thursday’s basketball game with Hardin’s  Lady  Bulldogs.

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Lodge Grass defenders barely have time to turn around last Thursday evening as Hardin senior Emilio Oldbull dashes between them. Hardin’s Bulldog basketball team defeated the Lodge Grass Indians in their rivalry match-up 84-53.
Hardin’s Bulldog basketball team maintained a lead for all four quarters last Thursday in their rivalry victory against the Lodge Grass Indians.

Obituaries

Donnie Stephan LaForge
Donnie Stephan LaForge, 18, of Crow Agency, passed away tragically Dec. 13, 2017.
 
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