Friday, March 6, 2015

Two Rivers Regional Detention Facility Warden Ken Keller speaks Tuesday morning on the work and effort put forth by four soon-to-be free detainees in the Emerald Re-Entry Services Turning Point Program. From the left: Clinical Operations Manager Robyn Bisonette, program manager Hope Keller, Warden Keller, and graduates Terry Bigback, Henry Sheppo and Richard Ross. The fourth graduate, Michael Sees The Ground, asked not to be pictured.
A gathering of family, friends, Crow elders and detainees in orange jumpsuits at the Two Rivers Regional Detention Facility in Hardin greeted four new graduates of the Emerald Re-Entry Services Turning Point Program late Tuesday morning. Following a ceremony that included speeches by the graduates, warden and program directors and drumming from...
At a recent Crow Tribal General Council meeting a report was made available showing the economic importance of coal to the tribe, Big Horn County and Montana. The report was prepared by the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development.
A report made available during the recent Crow Tribal General Council meeting put some documented numbers behind the tribe’s – and county’s – reliance on coal. One might consider the information significant in light of efforts by the Environmental Protection Agency to reduce state carbon emissions and the expiration of the...
Georgia Forney
The National High School Athletic Coaches Association has nominated Georgia Forney of Hardin for Swimming Coach of the year. A total of eight finalists were selected nationwide for the award. In order to be nominated for the award, a coach must be a member of the Coaches Association. Finalists are nominated for the award based on longevity and...
In this photo taken on Feb. 17, 2015, Clayvin Herrera, right, a game warden for the Crow Tribe, and fellow tribe member Ronnie Fisher, are shown on the Crow Reservation in northern Wyoming. Last year, Herrera, Fisher and another tribal member were charged by a Wyoming Game and Fish Department warden for killing three bull elk without licenses. Now Herrera finds himself embroiled in a 147-year-old treaty rights quarrel.
As a game warden for the Crow Tribe, Clayvin Herrera has cited poachers - mostly nontribal members - as one of his duties. But now he has found himself on the opposite side of the law. Last year, Herrera and two other Crow tribal members were charged by a Wyoming Game and Fish Department warden for killing three bull elk without licenses...
Senior Darrelyn Left Hand blocks a Billings Central Ram in the championship game for the Eastern A Divisional Tournament.
The Hardin Lady Bulldogs took second place at the Eastern A Divisional Tournament held at the Rimrock Auto Arena in Billings this past weekend, qualifying for state. Their one loss occurred against the Billings Central Rams in the championship game Saturday night. This is the first time the Lady Bulldogs basketball team has qualified for state...
Tyzell Harvey drives the paint as he goes for the basket against Quinn McGlothlin. The Bulldogs put up 27 points in the fourth quarter sealing a solid win.
It was a weekend of highs and lows for the Hardin Bulldog boys basketball team at the Eastern A divisional tournament. On Thursday they met the Sidney Eagles, who had beaten the Bulldogs twice during the regular season, and defeated them in turn 67-55.  Friday they went against the No. 1-ranked Laurel team, losing to the Locomotives by 2...
Two Rivers Regional Detention Facility Warden Ken Keller speaks Tuesday morning on the work and effort put forth by four soon-to-be free detainees in the Emerald Re-Entry Services Turning Point Program. From the left: Clinical Operations Manager Robyn Bisonette, program manager Hope Keller, Warden Keller, and graduates Terry Bigback, Henry Sheppo and Richard Ross. The fourth graduate, Michael Sees The Ground, asked not to be pictured.
At a recent Crow Tribal General Council meeting a report was made available showing the economic importance of coal to the tribe, Big Horn County and Montana. The report was prepared by the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development.
Georgia Forney
In this photo taken on Feb. 17, 2015, Clayvin Herrera, right, a game warden for the Crow Tribe, and fellow tribe member Ronnie Fisher, are shown on the Crow Reservation in northern Wyoming. Last year, Herrera, Fisher and another tribal member were charged by a Wyoming Game and Fish Department warden for killing three bull elk without licenses. Now Herrera finds himself embroiled in a 147-year-old treaty rights quarrel.
Senior Darrelyn Left Hand blocks a Billings Central Ram in the championship game for the Eastern A Divisional Tournament.
Tyzell Harvey drives the paint as he goes for the basket against Quinn McGlothlin. The Bulldogs put up 27 points in the fourth quarter sealing a solid win.

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Senior Darrelyn Left Hand blocks a Billings Central Ram in the championship game for the Eastern A Divisional Tournament.
The Hardin Lady Bulldogs took second place at the Eastern A Divisional Tournament held at the Rimrock Auto Arena in Billings this past weekend, qualifying for

Obituaries

Wendell Curtis Springfield
Wendell Curtis Springfield, 56, of Hardin went to join our parents, eldest sister and older brothers in Heaven on Feb. 26, 2015 in Billings.