Thursday, July 2, 2015

Audience members confront Alderman Clayton Greer as he exits the Hardin City Council chambers following last Tuesday’s meeting. More than 30 people at the meeting expressed strong reservations on the city’s response to the June 1 flooding and the replacement of City Judge Deb Winburn by Attorney Jim Seykora.
The state of last Tuesday’s Hardin City Council meeting was, in the words of Mayor Jack Lane, “pretty raucous”, though problematic meetings aren’t exactly an alien phenomenon. Gavels have been struck, tempers have flared and on more than one occasion, audience members have called for Lane to resign. In the event that...
Uffelman poses with an Urban guitar – a line of guitars made by Keith Urban – signed by the famous singer and presented to her by his tour manager. "Landa, loved singing with ya tonight!" it states.
Last Thursday, Hardin’s Landa Uffelman joined country music star Keith Urban on stage for a duet during opening night of the Big Horn Country USA music festival in Sheridan, Wyo.“It was absolutely wonderful,” said Uffelman of the experience. She spent the first half of the concert backstage with an inner ear monitor. When it...
Crow Vice Chairman Dana Wilson combs the top of Benson’s Butte in the southern part of Upper Youngs Creek for arrowhead shavings. He found chipped obsidian and fine-grained chert.
Cloud Peak Energy, a firm operating pit mines in the Powder River Basin, hosted a tour of the Upper Youngs Creek area for executive and legislative members of the Crow Tribe last Thursday. During the excursion – via trucks over bumpy dirt and scoria roads – they located Native American cultural sites including an eagle pit to the...
Zane Not Afraid goes after a calf in tie-down roping during a recent rodeo competition. Not Afraid placed 10th among the top college rodeo competitors during the College National Finals Rodeo, held June 14-20.
Zane Not Afraid, a third-generation rodeo contestant and tie-down roper from Lodge Grass, competed in his very first College National Finals Rodeo – the self-described “Rose Bull” of such rodeos – where he placed 10th of the top 41 college competitors in the state. The event, held June 14-20, took place in Casper, Wyo...
Grand Worthy Advisor Landa Uffelman presents a check to Kary West, development coordinator from the Billings Make-A-Wish Montana. The check, totaling a little more than $12,000, is nearly $4,000 more than the cost of an average wish.
The Montana Grand Assembly of the International Order of the Rainbow for Girls held their 87th annual session from June 12-14 in the Hardin High School Commons, hosted by Grand Worthy Advisor of Montana Landa Uffelman. The two-day state meeting comprised of ritual work, banquets, a picnic, hats-and-gloves church Sunday at the Big Horn County...
Custer Battlefield Museum interns Alex Amerling and Rachel Smith discuss their backgrounds and the Battle of the Little Bighorn. Amerling likes to study the effects that battles have on national and world history, and Smith enjoys exploring museums in general.
The Custer Battlefield Museum has recently picked up two new interns with a well-rounded knowledge of the famous Battle of the Little Bighorn. Museum Director Chris Kortlander picked the interns – Alex Amerling and Rachel Smith – out of a pool of 14 and each has a degree in history. As he talked while sitting on his home floor...
Audience members confront Alderman Clayton Greer as he exits the Hardin City Council chambers following last Tuesday’s meeting. More than 30 people at the meeting expressed strong reservations on the city’s response to the June 1 flooding and the replacement of City Judge Deb Winburn by Attorney Jim Seykora.
Uffelman poses with an Urban guitar – a line of guitars made by Keith Urban – signed by the famous singer and presented to her by his tour manager. "Landa, loved singing with ya tonight!" it states.
Crow Vice Chairman Dana Wilson combs the top of Benson’s Butte in the southern part of Upper Youngs Creek for arrowhead shavings. He found chipped obsidian and fine-grained chert.
Zane Not Afraid goes after a calf in tie-down roping during a recent rodeo competition. Not Afraid placed 10th among the top college rodeo competitors during the College National Finals Rodeo, held June 14-20.
Grand Worthy Advisor Landa Uffelman presents a check to Kary West, development coordinator from the Billings Make-A-Wish Montana. The check, totaling a little more than $12,000, is nearly $4,000 more than the cost of an average wish.
Custer Battlefield Museum interns Alex Amerling and Rachel Smith discuss their backgrounds and the Battle of the Little Bighorn. Amerling likes to study the effects that battles have on national and world history, and Smith enjoys exploring museums in general.

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Zane Not Afraid goes after a calf in tie-down roping during a recent rodeo competition. Not Afraid placed 10th among the top college rodeo competitors during the College National Finals Rodeo, held June 14-20.
Zane Not Afraid, a third-generation rodeo contestant and tie-down roper from Lodge Grass, competed in his very first College National Finals Rodeo – the self-d

Obituaries

Sharon Lee Stands
Sharon Lee Stands, 53, of Lodge Grass passed away June 16, 2015 at her home.