Sunday, May 24, 2015

Twenty-one seniors received their diplomas Sunday afternoon in Lodge Grass  High School’s commencement ceremony. The event also included speeches and awards presented.
To the sound of “Pomp and Circumstance”, 21 seniors walked under the sabre arch held by cadets from the Lodge Grass JROTC program Sunday afternoon. The day’s events began with the National Anthem followed by the Night Hawk Juniors singing the Crow Flag song. Master of Ceremonies was high school instructor John Pilch....
Members of the American Legion Post 8 met Monday night to put the final touches on the events that will be held on Memorial Day to honor America’s fallen heroes. Pictured left to right are three of the Post members: Don Lindsay, Bill Eshleman and Bob Wagnitz.
American Legion members gathered around fellow member Don Lindsay’s kitchen dining table Monday evening, in a final strategy meeting for their annual Memorial Day celebration. “I just want to thank everybody. You’ve been pretty diligent coming to these meetings,” said Bill Joseph, Post 8 Commander and Vietnam vet....
Montana Sen. Jon Tester speaks with Attorney for the County Commissioners Lance Pedersen on Friday. Tester met with county officials during a listening tour of Big Horn County.
Montana Sen. Jon Tester visited Hardin Friday on a listening tour and sat down with county officials to discuss topics of concern in Big Horn County. One of the major subjects voiced by county officials was coal production and its importance to the economic viability of the area.County Commissioner Sidney Fitzpatrick told Tester about the Crow...
Stephen Not Afraid runs to victory in the 200 meter run. Not Afraid also took first place in the 100 meter and ran on the boys 400 and 1,600 meter relays.
The Hardin Bulldog track teams won six events and placed in 20 at the Eastern A divisional tournament held in Glendive last Thursday.“I was very pleased,” Head Coach Laura Sundheim said. “They all brought their A game.” Sixteen Bulldogs will be traveling to Laurel on Friday for the Class A state tournament.The Lady...
Dr. Andrew Wagner cuts the ribbon at the grand opening of Montana Chiropractic Health Center. 
Left to right: Chamber representative Dorothy Stenerson, local business owner Gayle Lammers, Ty Fisher of First Interstate Bank, Teri Wagner, Andrew Wagner, Tim Wagner Chamber President Shirley Margheim and Bim Marston of Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company. Lying down: Bill Stenerson.
Doctor Andrew Wagner, who finished his internship at the local Northern Chiropractic in November 2014, has opened a clinic of his own, Montana Chiropractic Health Center, on 5th Street in the former Stanton Law Office. The May 8 ribbon-cutting ceremony was officiated by Hardin Chamber of Commerce President Shirley Margheim in a treatment room...
Little Big Horn College Valedictorian Shereena Old Elk is greeted by family and friends with cameras after receiving her associate degree in science and pre-med at the college’s Friday graduation ceremony. Old Elk intends to eventually work for the Indian Health Service as a physician assistant or primary care doctor.
For Little Big Horn College Valedictorian Shereena Old Elk, a Crow Native, the road to academic success didn’t go like she planned. In fact, her journey to an associate degree in science and pre-med started by hitting a large metaphorical pothole. As quoted in a 2010 newsletter from Mesa Community College in Mesa, Ariz., the Alumni...
Twenty-one seniors received their diplomas Sunday afternoon in Lodge Grass  High School’s commencement ceremony. The event also included speeches and awards presented.
Members of the American Legion Post 8 met Monday night to put the final touches on the events that will be held on Memorial Day to honor America’s fallen heroes. Pictured left to right are three of the Post members: Don Lindsay, Bill Eshleman and Bob Wagnitz.
Montana Sen. Jon Tester speaks with Attorney for the County Commissioners Lance Pedersen on Friday. Tester met with county officials during a listening tour of Big Horn County.
Stephen Not Afraid runs to victory in the 200 meter run. Not Afraid also took first place in the 100 meter and ran on the boys 400 and 1,600 meter relays.
Dr. Andrew Wagner cuts the ribbon at the grand opening of Montana Chiropractic Health Center. 
Left to right: Chamber representative Dorothy Stenerson, local business owner Gayle Lammers, Ty Fisher of First Interstate Bank, Teri Wagner, Andrew Wagner, Tim Wagner Chamber President Shirley Margheim and Bim Marston of Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company. Lying down: Bill Stenerson.
Little Big Horn College Valedictorian Shereena Old Elk is greeted by family and friends with cameras after receiving her associate degree in science and pre-med at the college’s Friday graduation ceremony. Old Elk intends to eventually work for the Indian Health Service as a physician assistant or primary care doctor.

School & Activities

Stephen Not Afraid runs to victory in the 200 meter run. Not Afraid also took first place in the 100 meter and ran on the boys 400 and 1,600 meter relays.
The Hardin Bulldog track teams won six events and placed in 20 at the Eastern A divisional tournament held in Glendive last Thursday.

Obituaries

Funeral services were held Saturday in the Crow Agency Spirit of Life Foursquare Church for Irene Lucille Reed, 81, of Crow Agency who died on May 12, 2015 in Billings.