Monday, September 25, 2017

Custer Battlefield Trading Post & Café owners Putt and Jill Thompson stand in front their business, which they have run together since 1985.
Down the road from Little Bighorn Battlefield, the Indian tacos start cooking at 7:30 a.m. Described by manager Rhonda Elhard as “the business built on fry bread,” Custer Battlefield Trading Post & Café produces more than 10,000 of these tacos per year from its teepee-marked spot along Highway 212 in Crow Agency. As oil...
Chief Stan Grier of the Piikani Nation, center, Blackfoot Horn Society Spiritual Leader Jim Swag, to his right, and Councilman Lee Juan Tyler, of the Shoshone Bannock Tribes of Idaho, to his left, present a petition to Pat Kenney, the deputy superintendent of Yellowstone National Park, Saturday, Sept. 16.
Representatives of seven Indian tribes gathered Saturday, Sept. 16 to present a petition to National Park Service managers asking for a change of place names associated with white supremacy in one case and the massacre of Native Americans in another. Northern Cheyenne President L. Jace Killsback, whose tribe owns land connected to Big Horn...
Arena Plenty, opposite hitter for Hardin, prepares to return a block from Glendive during a home game on Saturday.
The Lady Bulldog volleyball suffered their first Eastern A conference loss in an away game last Thursday with the Billings Central Rams – a loss that, according to Hardin outside and middle hitter Demi Uffelman, wasn’t warranted. While Central coach Kylie Reitz told the Billings Gazette that her team’s intentional contacts...
So far this season, the Lady Bulldogs cross-country team have shown that they know how to run and they know how to win. Even on a course that was wet and slippery at Lewistown Friday, they pushed forward, running hard and easily taking first place. The Ladies, team-wise, scored 47 points, with four of the seven runners placing in the top 15....
Jennifer White Bear – mother of Bonnie Three Irons, who was found dead in the Wolf Mountains – hugs a fellow protester last Thursday afternoon outside the Bureau of Indian Affairs office and Crow Tribal Court in Crow Agency. She joined an estimated 50 protesters seeking updates from law enforcement regarding the deaths of their friends and family members.
An estimated 50 people gathered last Thursday afternoon for a peaceful protest outside the Bureau of Indian Affairs office and Crow Tribal Court in Crow Agency, searching for updates regarding the deaths of family and friends. “We’re here in front of the courthouse and police station because we want them to know these families are...
Joe Bear Cloud Sr., interim pastor for the Crow Community Baptist Church in Crow Agency, dons a war bonnet from behind the pulpit to express his Crow heritage.
Speakers, supper, Crow hymns and more were on the menu Saturday at Crow Community Baptist Church in Crow Agency as the congregation gathered for their 125th anniversary. “Why are these churches still surviving? Why do they keep going on?” asked guest speaker David Lopez, pastor of First Crow Indian Baptist Church in Lodge Grass....
Custer Battlefield Trading Post & Café owners Putt and Jill Thompson stand in front their business, which they have run together since 1985.
Chief Stan Grier of the Piikani Nation, center, Blackfoot Horn Society Spiritual Leader Jim Swag, to his right, and Councilman Lee Juan Tyler, of the Shoshone Bannock Tribes of Idaho, to his left, present a petition to Pat Kenney, the deputy superintendent of Yellowstone National Park, Saturday, Sept. 16.
Arena Plenty, opposite hitter for Hardin, prepares to return a block from Glendive during a home game on Saturday.
Jennifer White Bear – mother of Bonnie Three Irons, who was found dead in the Wolf Mountains – hugs a fellow protester last Thursday afternoon outside the Bureau of Indian Affairs office and Crow Tribal Court in Crow Agency. She joined an estimated 50 protesters seeking updates from law enforcement regarding the deaths of their friends and family members.
Joe Bear Cloud Sr., interim pastor for the Crow Community Baptist Church in Crow Agency, dons a war bonnet from behind the pulpit to express his Crow heritage.

School & Activities

Arena Plenty, opposite hitter for Hardin, prepares to return a block from Glendive during a home game on Saturday.
The Lady Bulldog volleyball suffered their first Eastern A conference loss in an away game last Thursday with the Billings Central Rams – a loss that, according

Obituaries

Wesley K. Eben
Wesley Karl Eben, 69, of Hardin died Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017 of complications resulting from bone cancer. He was born on Dec. 22, 1947 in Paris, Tex.
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