Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Zoning restrictions for medical marijuana dispensaries in Hardin are pictured using radius-drawing software designed by engineer Oliver Beattie. According to Hardin City Code, no dispensaries may be located within 300 feet of a residential area or 1,000 feet of “any type of school or public playground.” When using the map for reference, this means that no dispensary may reside within one of the blue circles or within 300 feet of one of the houses.
Medical marijuana dispensaries aren’t banned in Hardin, but city zoning regulations have suceeded in doing just that, according to Elevated LLC owner Matt Martin. Recently, he was forced to shutter his business’ Hardin location – which “was on an upswing” with about 50 clients – when he couldn’t find a...
A grizzly bear moves among evergreen trees in a winter landscape.
PRAY – Their food sources are stable, and so is the Yellowstone grizzly bear population, a federal wildlife official said Thursday at the Yellowstone Grizzly Bear Coordinating Committee’s fall meeting at Chico Hot Springs Resort. The GBCC is the new name of a multi-agency committee formerly called the Yellowstone Ecosystem...
Little Big Horn College’s archive team line up inside their Little Big Horn College office. Pictured from the left are audio visual specialist Annetta J. Holds, archivist John Ille and library archives aid Chrislyn Red Star.
To study the past – in this case, Crow tribal oral history – researchers, historians, scientists and people in general all use information drawn from a large well of space and time. The study of information requires a way to store it, however, and this is the problem the archival department at Little Big Horn College face. They...
McNair scholar and Montana State University student Celina Brownotter explains her research to students and faculty during the seventh annual McNair Scholars Program research symposium on Monday, Dec. 5, 2016, in the Strand Union Building in Bozeman, Mont.
A program at Montana State University-Bozeman that works to support underrepresented undergraduate students has received $1.2 million to continue the program for another five years. The grant from the U.S. Department of Education will provide funding for MSU’s McNair Scholars Program, which is designed to support undergraduates who are...
With teams from Washington, Idaho, Montana and North Dakota, the Hardin Bulldog wrestling team placed 10th overall out of 24 teams. Among Eastern A division teams, only Sidney scored more points. “We wrestled well,” Head Coach Travis Kreiger said. “This was a good opportunity to get out and compete.”This being the...
Residences sit along Bunting Street near the location where Preston David Bell was shot to death after a car chase with Billings police early the morning of Saturday, Nov. 18. A 2011 graduate of Hardin High School, Bell was active in sports, but became caught up in drugs and counterfeiting as he grew older.
A 2011 Hardin High School graduate was fatally shot early the morning of Saturday, Nov. 18 following a car chase with Billings police that ended along Bunting Street near his mother’s house. At 12:13 a.m. that day, five officers fired into the flatbed truck of 24-year-old Preston David Bell, two using patrol rifles and three with handguns....
Zoning restrictions for medical marijuana dispensaries in Hardin are pictured using radius-drawing software designed by engineer Oliver Beattie. According to Hardin City Code, no dispensaries may be located within 300 feet of a residential area or 1,000 feet of “any type of school or public playground.” When using the map for reference, this means that no dispensary may reside within one of the blue circles or within 300 feet of one of the houses.
A grizzly bear moves among evergreen trees in a winter landscape.
Little Big Horn College’s archive team line up inside their Little Big Horn College office. Pictured from the left are audio visual specialist Annetta J. Holds, archivist John Ille and library archives aid Chrislyn Red Star.
McNair scholar and Montana State University student Celina Brownotter explains her research to students and faculty during the seventh annual McNair Scholars Program research symposium on Monday, Dec. 5, 2016, in the Strand Union Building in Bozeman, Mont.
Residences sit along Bunting Street near the location where Preston David Bell was shot to death after a car chase with Billings police early the morning of Saturday, Nov. 18. A 2011 graduate of Hardin High School, Bell was active in sports, but became caught up in drugs and counterfeiting as he grew older.

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Little Big Horn College’s archive team line up inside their Little Big Horn College office. Pictured from the left are audio visual specialist Annetta J. Holds, archivist John Ille and library archives aid Chrislyn Red Star.
To study the past – in this case, Crow tribal oral history – researchers, historians, scientists and people in general all use information drawn from a large well of space and time.

Obituaries

Lloyd Perkins

Lloyd Perkins met Jesus Christ face to face on Nov. 29, 2017, when he left his earthly home for the last time at Highgate Senior Living in Billings.

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