Monday, March 30, 2015

Allen DeRockbraine (left) and Ron Yellow show manager of the inmate’s Re-Entry Services Program Hope Keller the concepts for their next project. Murals displaying Native culture are slowly replacing the beige walls of the indoor recreation room. This project is part of the Turning Point Program, which is a modified therapeutic correctional-based program with treatment elements.
What started as a December art competition for inmates at the Two Rivers Regional Detention Facility in Hardin has turned into a bona fide form of interior decorating for the building. New paintings are appearing along the facility’s beige walls encouraged by of Hope Keller, manager of the inmate’s Re-Entry Services Turning Point...
The sun shines above a Westmoreland Coal Company mine in April 2014. Montana Coal Board member Conrad “C.J.” Stewart is working to increase the two year budget for tax revenue from 2.9 percent of coal production to 5.8 percent.
Crow Sen. Conrad “C.J.” Stewart of the Black Lodge District in Crow Agency was unanimously confirmed to the Montana Coal Board by Gov. Steve Bullock on March 13, allowing him to continue a four-year term that started in July 2013. The coal board is made up of seven members who award grants to areas most affected by coal development....
Foil pictures by Wyola Middle School students (from the bottom) LaRae Wallace and Tonna Amyotte make up part of an art display at the JailHouse Gallery in Hardin. Middle school art will be on display until April 10.
The “Touch of Class” student art show now on display in the JailHouse Gallery has work from middle schools in Hardin and Wyola. Hardin art teacher Amy Chapple has Art 1 students imprinting designs on gold foil and several pieces resemble pictographs. Art 2 students are learning about lines and shapes, and have made colorful...
Robert Lowell Takesenemy
A 31-year-old Fort Smith man who hit his teenage daughter with a phone handset and his fists while both angry and drunk was sentenced on March 19 at the U.S. District Court in Billings to three years in prison. The charges, as read by U.S. District Judge Susan Watters during his sentencing, were assault with a dangerous weapon and assault...
Harry Kautzman
A new alderman was sworn into the Hardin City Council at the beginning its March 17 meeting to replace former Alderman Jeremy Krebs, who moved out of Ward 3 when his family got a different house earlier in the month. Mayor Jack Lane said he and the council had wanted Krebs to stay in his position until they could find a replacement, but found out...
Aubrey Good Luck of Mountain Crow Outfitters (right) talks with Hardin High School Principal Rob Hankins after Good Luck’s presentation on an opportunity for a buffalo hunt. Junior Ollen Long Jaw of Lodge Grass was chosen for the hunt Tuesday afternoon in a raffle drawing.
Apparently, among its other benefits, academic excellence also helps one take down buffalo with a well-placed arrow shot.Mountain Crow Outfitters offered one enrolled Crow high school student over the age of 14 from Hardin, Pryor or Lodge Grass “a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” to hunt buffalo in the traditional manner with a bow and...
Allen DeRockbraine (left) and Ron Yellow show manager of the inmate’s Re-Entry Services Program Hope Keller the concepts for their next project. Murals displaying Native culture are slowly replacing the beige walls of the indoor recreation room. This project is part of the Turning Point Program, which is a modified therapeutic correctional-based program with treatment elements.
The sun shines above a Westmoreland Coal Company mine in April 2014. Montana Coal Board member Conrad “C.J.” Stewart is working to increase the two year budget for tax revenue from 2.9 percent of coal production to 5.8 percent.
Foil pictures by Wyola Middle School students (from the bottom) LaRae Wallace and Tonna Amyotte make up part of an art display at the JailHouse Gallery in Hardin. Middle school art will be on display until April 10.
Robert Lowell Takesenemy
Harry Kautzman
Aubrey Good Luck of Mountain Crow Outfitters (right) talks with Hardin High School Principal Rob Hankins after Good Luck’s presentation on an opportunity for a buffalo hunt. Junior Ollen Long Jaw of Lodge Grass was chosen for the hunt Tuesday afternoon in a raffle drawing.

School & Activities

The Hardin High School Prom will be held Saturday, March 21 at the high school. This year’s prom theme is titled "Under the Sea".

Obituaries

Ernest “Ernie” Adler
Ernest Adler, 82, of Hardin passed away on Wednesday, March 18, at his home from cancer.