Sunday, May 29, 2016

Pariz Knows His Gun-Gutierrez (third from the left) of Pryor Elementary School looks through her awards certificates during the May 6 awards ceremony for the district. Pryor schools celebrated their first awards ceremony this year, with school educators citing academic improvement among the students.
Editor’s note: The following is the second article addressing academic improvements within the Pryor Public School system. This piece will examine the role of the Montana Office of Public Instruction in the school’s development. The first awards ceremony for Pryor Public Schools, where smiling students earned certificates for...
Kindergartner Evan Flatlip, 6, holds his nose as Pretty Eagle Catholic Academy students deliver leftover food to be composted. Kindergarten through eighth grade now collects food on a daily basis.
What started out with one kindergarten girl, Fredalynn Alden, bringing in her plastic bottles and cans has blossomed into a school-wide effort to become better stewards of the earth. Now, every child in Pretty Eagle Catholic Academy plays a role in making sure the school’s footprint is not a big, messy smear on their portion of the world....
Tyson Jo Lonebear
Suspect Tyson Jo Lonebear appeared Tuesday in Big Horn County District Court on charges alleging him of criminal homicide for the May stabbing death of 21-year-old male Chay Lance Little of Lame Deer.  With an active arrest warrant issued from the Northern Cheyenne Reservation Tribal Court, 27-year-old Lonebear is wanted and will be...
Hardin’s Elissa Lind creates a wave of sand landing her jump. Lind finished first in long jump and second in triple jump at divisionals.
Eastern A divisional tournaments were held last weekend in Laurel where among 11 teams, Belgrade finished first in boys competition with 95 points and Laurel won in girls competition with 107 points. Hardin High School boys finished last place with 6 points and girls finished sixth with 53 points. Fifteen HHS athletes have qualified for State...
Darnell Lefthand drives the point home in a Hardin doubles win against Miles City.
Six Hardin Bulldogs tennis players are state tournament-bound to Livingston and Bozeman on May 26 and 27. Each division sends their top four players to state – two Lady Bulldogs in singles play with Madisan Chavez placing second and Brittany Schaff taking fourth place. The duo of Naumie DuShane/Imani Kindness placed fourth in doubles...
Evan Van Order holds a board in place while his son, Joel, fastens a screw. Van Order’s son, Aden, also assisted with the plot’s construction.
Sixteen raised garden beds were constructed over the weekend, providing plots for a community project dubbed the Hardin Garden.The community-donation and grant-funded garden will be placed outside of the Big Horn Industries building on Miles Avenue.Last spring, the Hardin Garden committee began the process of planning and organizing the project...
Pariz Knows His Gun-Gutierrez (third from the left) of Pryor Elementary School looks through her awards certificates during the May 6 awards ceremony for the district. Pryor schools celebrated their first awards ceremony this year, with school educators citing academic improvement among the students.
Kindergartner Evan Flatlip, 6, holds his nose as Pretty Eagle Catholic Academy students deliver leftover food to be composted. Kindergarten through eighth grade now collects food on a daily basis.
Tyson Jo Lonebear
Hardin’s Elissa Lind creates a wave of sand landing her jump. Lind finished first in long jump and second in triple jump at divisionals.
Darnell Lefthand drives the point home in a Hardin doubles win against Miles City.
Evan Van Order holds a board in place while his son, Joel, fastens a screw. Van Order’s son, Aden, also assisted with the plot’s construction.

School & Activities

Hardin’s Elissa Lind creates a wave of sand landing her jump. Lind finished first in long jump and second in triple jump at divisionals.
Eastern A divisional tournaments were held last weekend in Laurel where among 11 teams, Belgrade finished first in boys competition with 95 points and Laurel w

Obituaries

Donald D. “Robi” Robison
Donald D. “Robi” Robison, 75, of Kearney died Wednesday, May 18, 2016 at CHI Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney, Neb. 
 
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