Friday, July 1, 2016

Co-founder Bill Hansen of the  Warriors Afield Legacy Foundation from Murray, Utah readies for his day on the river.
Many of us grew up with the old adage, “tincture of time,” used in grave emotional situations when words could not alleviate the pain or suffering. We were encouraged to just have faith, keep moving forward, let time heal all wounds.This past weekend, if you followed Highway 313 south from Hardin until you literally come to the end of...
Angelica Jo Whiteman
On April 17, a Crow Agency woman was beaten, burned and left for dead. The victim of the assault, 28-year-old Roylynn Rides Horse, died Tuesday morning around 4 a.m. while being treated at the Burn Trauma Intensive Care Unit in Salt Lake City, Utah.A week earlier, on June 22, FBI agents arrested Dimarzio Swade Sanchez, 18, a member of the Northern...
Reenactor Rich Bright talks to his horse Friday afternoon near Garryowen while removing its saddle following that day’s Real Bird Reenactment. Many reenactors transport their horses across state lines to the event via trailer.
One hundred forty years after the Battle of the Little Bighorn, one might wonder why reenactors continue to sign up for Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer’s 7th Cavalry – the losing side – time after time at the Real Bird Reenactment. Having traveled this road before, the signees know they will be “killed” and have...
Trevin slides onto his steer in winning time with his dad, Laramie, hazing. Baumann has been a top contender in high school rodeo, taking three championships in two years.
Trevin Baumann is Hardin’s second high school state champion for the 2015-16 school year. The first was Keaunna Mason who became shot put state champion after taking first place at the 2016 High School State Class A Track and Field meet. Trevin has succeeded in winning the high school state champion steer wrestling title two years in a...
Museum Director Diana Scheidt speaks on the history of the structure during Saturday’s dedication. Karen Stanton (middle) spoke on behalf of her husband, and previous committee chairman, Harold Stanton. Ron Nichols (right) was elected as the new committee chairman.
Amidst the bustling of Little Big Horn Days, the Big Horn County Historical Museum staff unveiled their newest addition: the Custer Battlefield Park. Around 30 people attended the dedication on Saturday, where Ron Nichols of Costa Mesa, Calif. was elected as Custer Battlefield Preservation Committee Chairman. The committee’s previous...
Students participating in the Teaching Crow course enjoy a laugh during a language exercise. About 40 people signed up for the summer institute this year.
For many people, the difficulty of speaking a language may be far more disparate than its teaching. In communities troubled with limited resources and Native languages classified as “threatened” or “endangered,” the Language Conservancy offers assistance.  The non-profit organization, formed in 2005, provides...
Co-founder Bill Hansen of the  Warriors Afield Legacy Foundation from Murray, Utah readies for his day on the river.
Angelica Jo Whiteman
Reenactor Rich Bright talks to his horse Friday afternoon near Garryowen while removing its saddle following that day’s Real Bird Reenactment. Many reenactors transport their horses across state lines to the event via trailer.
Trevin slides onto his steer in winning time with his dad, Laramie, hazing. Baumann has been a top contender in high school rodeo, taking three championships in two years.
Museum Director Diana Scheidt speaks on the history of the structure during Saturday’s dedication. Karen Stanton (middle) spoke on behalf of her husband, and previous committee chairman, Harold Stanton. Ron Nichols (right) was elected as the new committee chairman.
Students participating in the Teaching Crow course enjoy a laugh during a language exercise. About 40 people signed up for the summer institute this year.

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Trevin slides onto his steer in winning time with his dad, Laramie, hazing. Baumann has been a top contender in high school rodeo, taking three championships in two years.
Trevin Baumann is Hardin’s second high school state champion for the 2015-16 school year.

Obituaries

Donald C. Malli

A life rendezvous for the family and friends in honor of Don C. Malli, 60-year-old longtime Arvada, Wyo.

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