Monday, July 24, 2017

Six generations are present in this photo, taken in October 2016 at Cabel Noteboom Photography in Hardin. Pictured from the left are Francis Bear Claw (first generation), Loren Old Bear (second generation), Rose Old Bear (second generation) holding Cerien Jadine Spotted (sixth generation), Mike Bear Claw (third generation), JoAnn Horn (first generation), Nicole Bear Claw (fourth generation), and Kimberly Iron (fifth generation).
Loren Old Bear of Lodge Grass is proud to be a great-great-grandfather at 66 – the fifth of six living generations in his family – though planning for household gatherings can sometimes be difficult. “There are usually more than 100,” he said, “but we can only fit about 30.” Families spanning multiple...
A 10-mile fire southwest of St Xavier has consumed more than 600 acres as of Tuesday. The fire is contained and crews are mopping up hot spots.
With Big Horn County being under Stage 1 fire restrictions, the hot weather and lighting strikes have caused numerous fires around the area. Currently, firefighters are battling three blazes. Fire danger over the weekend was complicated by a series of thunderstorms as temperatures rose into the 90s and 100s that blew through the area...
The sun shines above the Gavilon grain elevator in Hardin, which is managed by Terry Bartlet.
An estimated $1 million in improvements have been made recently at the Gavilon grain elevator on 206 W. Railroad St. in Hardin, including a new scale, a remodeled office and the repair of the grain spout. Gavilon is an agricultural and energy commodity business, selling ingredients for livestock feed and marketing grain. The company has been...
Myah VanOrder adjusts the halter on her horse Adina,who she works with in the colt maturity project.
With fewer than two weeks away from the 4-H Youth Fair, starting July 31, homeschooled junior leaders freshman Joel, 14, and junior Myah, 16, have been preparing their animals and events at the family ranch east of Hardin. Myah, on her seventh year at 4-H, will be showing her two horses Adina and Dixie, as well as a steer named Fawn. She also...
Ten-year-old beekeeper Morgan Sites peers into the top of his hive for a portrait photo north of Livingston on July 10.
Livingston residents are joining in on the fun as the country’s second leading honey-producing state becomes home to more and more beekeepers.  Montana State University Lewis and Clark County Extension Agent Brent Sarchet came to the Livingston-Park County Public Library to discuss beekeeping tactics with interested Livingston...
Dr. Ennis Geraghty points to opposite end of the horizon to show the distance Heart Mountain (seen faintly in distant horizon behind large snowpack left of Geraghty’s right shoulder) traveled to its present location.
The Carbon County Historical Society and Museum’s annual Geology and Ecology Tour of the Beartooths on Saturday, July 8, ended with a grand finale at more than 10,500 feet on the top of the pass.  Geologist Dr. Ennis Geraghty swept his hand along the horizon. “This is one of the wonders of the world,” he said. ...
Six generations are present in this photo, taken in October 2016 at Cabel Noteboom Photography in Hardin. Pictured from the left are Francis Bear Claw (first generation), Loren Old Bear (second generation), Rose Old Bear (second generation) holding Cerien Jadine Spotted (sixth generation), Mike Bear Claw (third generation), JoAnn Horn (first generation), Nicole Bear Claw (fourth generation), and Kimberly Iron (fifth generation).
A 10-mile fire southwest of St Xavier has consumed more than 600 acres as of Tuesday. The fire is contained and crews are mopping up hot spots.
The sun shines above the Gavilon grain elevator in Hardin, which is managed by Terry Bartlet.
Myah VanOrder adjusts the halter on her horse Adina,who she works with in the colt maturity project.
Ten-year-old beekeeper Morgan Sites peers into the top of his hive for a portrait photo north of Livingston on July 10.
Dr. Ennis Geraghty points to opposite end of the horizon to show the distance Heart Mountain (seen faintly in distant horizon behind large snowpack left of Geraghty’s right shoulder) traveled to its present location.

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Myah VanOrder adjusts the halter on her horse Adina,who she works with in the colt maturity project.
With fewer than two weeks away from the 4-H Youth Fair, starting July 31, homeschooled junior leaders freshman Joel, 14, and junior Myah, 16, have been preparin

Obituaries

Jae Bok “Kim” Yarlott was born Kim Jae Bok in Seoul, South Korea, on Dec. 6, 1929, the first-born daughter of her father Kim Tae Whan, and her mother Chung Kun Sim.
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