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Goldie Standsoverbull graduated from Yale School of Medicine in New Haven, Connecticut May 20. She is the first Apsáalooke woman to become a medical doctor.

06/13/2019 - 5:01am
The first Apsáalooke woman to become a medical doctor, Goldie Standsoverbull, was always a smart kid, but even after moving to a different middle school, she said she was not challenged academically. “I had a cousin on the east coast, so we started...


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Hardin’s Coal Country little league senior softball team won their fourth league championship last week. Coach Jessica Nedens said her team of 13 and 14 year olds defeated the Billings’ West End team 22-4 in the championship game at the Avitus Group Stadium on the MSU Billings campus. From left: (top row) Aubrey Nedens, Carmen Pallone, Macy Uffelman, and Brady Nordquist , (bottom row) Carey Whiteman, Ciara Morning, Millie Tapedo, Merasia Fisher, and Rylee Kogolshak

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05/16/2019 - 5:00am
Dear Editor, A recent article in the Briefs explained that funding was secured to provide for a full-time Victim Witness Specialist. This is definitely a needed addition for Big Horn County. Hopefully this person will have the skills to work with...


06/13/2019 - 5:00am
Little Horn State Bank celebrates its centennial anniversary this year. As part of the celebration the Big Horn County News will feature first-hand stories, histories and announcements from the bank. I am the grandson of Leroy Oliver “Wally” and...


06/13/2019 - 5:00am
William (Bill) Ausmus, 102, was reunited with his wife Ruth in heaven on May 29, 2019. Bill was born to Hugh and Beulah Ausmus on May 11, 1917 in Sheridan, Wyoming. Because his father was an engineer for the Northern Pacific Railroad, they lived in...