Photo by Carl Danelski

Dr. Alden Big Man – who has taught history, and Crow and Native American studies at Little Big Horn College – shakes hands with John Parish Peede, chairman for the National Endowment for the Humanities. Both Peede and Big Man spoke during the “Treaties that Live” symposium for the 150th anniversary of the Fort Laramie and Fort Hawley treaties.

09/20/2018 - 6:00am
The pact symposium held Friday and Saturday at Little Big Horn College in Crow Agency, entitled “Treaties that Live,” was organized to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the signing of two treaties – one at Fort Laramie, Wyoming in May of 1868 and...


Photo by Andrew Turck

Outside hitter Nicole Green bumps the ball last Thursday in an away game against the Billings Central Rams. Despite good work in defense, communication and energy, outside hitter Mariah Simmons said, Hardin fell to Central in three sets.

09/20/2018 - 5:40am
Victories weren’t to be had last week for the Lady Bulldog volleyball team, who fell first to Billings Central in an away game on Thursday, Sept. 13, then to Glendive at home on Saturday. According to Hardin Head Coach Tiffany Lynch, Billings...


08/30/2018 - 5:15am
As a retired lawyer who fought many battles for the Crow Indians, I have watched Obama’s war on coal, especially because it is hurting my friends in the Crow Tribe. I understand that in 2015, the Crow proposed a new coal mine, the Big Metal Mine,...


09/20/2018 - 5:10am
An article in the October 2018 Atlantic (“Is Democracy Dying?”) points out that one of the checks and balances the creators of the Constitution employed was the use of time. The writers of the Constitution were highly educated men for whom the...


09/13/2018 - 12:00am
Funeral mass was celebrated on Friday, Sept. 7 at St. Joseph Catholic Church and rosary was held last Thursday at Bullis Funeral chapel for JoAnn (Keeler) Potts, 75, of Hardin. She died Sept. 2, 2018 at Big Horn Memorial Hospital. Potts was born Oct...

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