Sunday, December 11, 2016

Chairman A.J. Not Afraid and his wife, Deneen, (center) stand for photos after being sworn into office.
Sounds of cheers and celebration echoed through Crow Agency’s Multipurpose Building Monday following the inauguration of Crow Tribe Chairman-elect Alvin “A.J.” Not Afraid and his administration. Prominent guests and various Montana officials also made an appearance to congratulate the newly-elected officials. Montana...
Bill and Dorothy Stenerson - along with their children Mike, Julie and Kaley -  opened Bill’s Auto Parts in 1976. Pictured in a recent photo are Bill and Dorothy and their extended family. Back row; (from the left): Tadd and Julie Greenfield, Melvin and Kaley Schuman, Bill and Dorothy Stenerson, Kellie and Chris Bertelsen, Mike and Beth Ann Stenerson and Brian and Jordan Stenerson, Front row: Jennings Greenfield, Syera Schuman, Aaliyal Remington and Raine Bertelsen.
Local business Bill’s Auto Parts is celebrating 40 years of serving Big Horn County on Thursday, Dec. 8. Owned by Mike and Beth Ann Stenerson, the business was started by Mike’s parents Bill and Dorothy in 1976 when they opened the doors for business on Dec. 20. The business opened in a newly-built building located on the 200...
Darrin Old Coyote smiles during a prayer service and appreciation dinner held in Crow Agency’s Multipurpose Building Friday for his last day as Crow chairman. Giving a speech behind him is his former Vice Chairman Shawn Backbone, who will serve the same role in the new administration.
At a time when American trust in their government is rated at historic lows, former Crow Chairman Darrin Old Coyote’s administration has made quantifiable progress. Under his leadership, the Crow Tribe has not only eliminated a $12 million debt from before he became chairman in December 2012, but more than doubled the per capita payments for...
Crow Agency Elementary kindergartener Alexis Knows Gun  sings in Lavonna Real Bird’s Crow language immersion class. According to Crow Agency Principal Jason Cummins, student learning later in life is enhanced through a good preschool program.
When it comes to education, Crow Agency Elementary Principal Jason Cummins will only accept teachers who can out-teach him. To further assist student learning, he wants kids prepared with the knowledge necessary to keep pace with the rest of the class. Then they, too, can have pictures of Will Smith showcase their own depiction in the hall as the...
From the left: WIC Aide Veronica Morales and Nutritional Educator Anna Stobaugh practice CPR techniques on mannequins under the instruction of Paramedic Karen Elliott last Wednesday afternoon.
According to paramedic Karen Elliott, residents of Big Horn County who need medical attention often face prolonged ambulance service response times. This problem, she adds, is due to the fact that Big Horn County Ambulance Service can only offer as many as three EMR crews simultaneously, and are only stationed in Hardin, Crow Agency and Lodge...
The Hardin Bulldog wrestling team traveled to Sidney last week for their first action of the season. Out of 27 teams Hardin tied for 15th place. “It showed how far we have to go,” said Head Coach Travis Kreiger. “It gave us a chance to see where we are and how we are going to move forward.” Last year, Hardin...
Chairman A.J. Not Afraid and his wife, Deneen, (center) stand for photos after being sworn into office.
Bill and Dorothy Stenerson - along with their children Mike, Julie and Kaley -  opened Bill’s Auto Parts in 1976. Pictured in a recent photo are Bill and Dorothy and their extended family. Back row; (from the left): Tadd and Julie Greenfield, Melvin and Kaley Schuman, Bill and Dorothy Stenerson, Kellie and Chris Bertelsen, Mike and Beth Ann Stenerson and Brian and Jordan Stenerson, Front row: Jennings Greenfield, Syera Schuman, Aaliyal Remington and Raine Bertelsen.
Darrin Old Coyote smiles during a prayer service and appreciation dinner held in Crow Agency’s Multipurpose Building Friday for his last day as Crow chairman. Giving a speech behind him is his former Vice Chairman Shawn Backbone, who will serve the same role in the new administration.
Crow Agency Elementary kindergartener Alexis Knows Gun  sings in Lavonna Real Bird’s Crow language immersion class. According to Crow Agency Principal Jason Cummins, student learning later in life is enhanced through a good preschool program.
From the left: WIC Aide Veronica Morales and Nutritional Educator Anna Stobaugh practice CPR techniques on mannequins under the instruction of Paramedic Karen Elliott last Wednesday afternoon.

School & Activities

Crow Agency Elementary kindergartener Alexis Knows Gun  sings in Lavonna Real Bird’s Crow language immersion class. According to Crow Agency Principal Jason Cummins, student learning later in life is enhanced through a good preschool program.
When it comes to education, Crow Agency Elementary Principal Jason Cummins will only accept teachers who can out-teach him.

Obituaries

Mark Imer
From his days of hiding in the corn stalks on the farm near Hardin, to his 1978 state high school wrestling championship, to moving to his dad’s hometown in Chicago and earning a teaching degree
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