Friday, November 24, 2017

A Springline Construction worker uses an excavator Thursday afternoon to help prepare the foundation for a modular building set to house Wyola Public School’s new art and culture classrooms. Springline intends to finish its work by Saturday.
Construction has nearly finished on a new building at Wyola Public School in order to give the cultural and art departments some breathing room. This project, whose cost is estimated in the hunderds of thousands of dollars, was made possible through donations from private citizens. Large donors included Jim Scott, chair of the board of directors...
Shoni Schimmel (left) and her sister Jude pause for a moment to listen to a question from a young audience member last Wednesday evening at the Multipurpose Building in Crow Agency. The Schimmel sisters’ visit was organized by the Crow Tribal Domestic Violence Program and drew more than 200 people.
Last Wednesday evening belonged to the dreamers, hard workers and the basketball enthusiasts at Crow Agency’s Multipurpose Building, courtesy of Jude Schimmel and her older sister Shoni. The well-known basketball stars – often referred to as “the Schimmel sisters” – arrived before a crowd of more than 200 to pass...
Robert Garrett Stewart, Sr., a member of the Crow Tribe in Montana, has sought out the help of the FBI – and the public – regarding the disappearance of his son four years ago. “I miss him every day,” Stewart said. “Every day is a question mark.”
With his wife beside him at the kitchen table in their home on the Crow Reservation – and many of his children, grandchildren and extended family members nearby – Robert Garrett Stewart Sr., talks about his son, who disappeared four years ago. “I miss him every day,” Stewart said. “Every morning I give him a...
Alex Donnelly, a seventh-grader at Washington Middle School in Miles City, admires the helmet – a Pittsburgh Steelers model from the 2009 Super Bowl championship season – that was worn by Colstrip High School and University of Montana graduate Tuff Harris.
His given name is Chester David Harris, but most people know him as “Tuff,” a nickname provided by his grandmother after he survived pneumonia as an infant in a Billings hospital. Tuff Harris, a Montana native, played parts of four seasons in the National Football League with four teams – the Dolphins, Saints, Titans and...
Member Mylon Blacksmith works through the research portion of the Parliamentary Procedure contest at the John Deere Ag Expo in Bozeman. Before the competition, Blacksmith had never competed in the event.
The year has flown by for Lodge Grass’ Little Big Horn FFA. So far, the chapter has officially registered 136 members for the school year.  Their first trip was to Huntley Project for District Leadership School, where officers of the chapter worked on preparing themselves for a successful year through leadership workshops, hands-on...
In this first place-winning photo, Ben Goodlad of Salmon, Wash. captures sunlight reflected off Devil’s Canyon Overlook.
Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area has selected a winner for the 2017 Annual Photo Contest. The first place photo will be featured on Bighorn Canyon NRA’s 2018 Annual pass, which goes on sale Jan. 1, 2018. The winner of this year’s photo contest is Ben Goodlad of Salmon, Wash. The first place photo was taken near Devil’...
A Springline Construction worker uses an excavator Thursday afternoon to help prepare the foundation for a modular building set to house Wyola Public School’s new art and culture classrooms. Springline intends to finish its work by Saturday.
Shoni Schimmel (left) and her sister Jude pause for a moment to listen to a question from a young audience member last Wednesday evening at the Multipurpose Building in Crow Agency. The Schimmel sisters’ visit was organized by the Crow Tribal Domestic Violence Program and drew more than 200 people.
Robert Garrett Stewart, Sr., a member of the Crow Tribe in Montana, has sought out the help of the FBI – and the public – regarding the disappearance of his son four years ago. “I miss him every day,” Stewart said. “Every day is a question mark.”
Alex Donnelly, a seventh-grader at Washington Middle School in Miles City, admires the helmet – a Pittsburgh Steelers model from the 2009 Super Bowl championship season – that was worn by Colstrip High School and University of Montana graduate Tuff Harris.
Member Mylon Blacksmith works through the research portion of the Parliamentary Procedure contest at the John Deere Ag Expo in Bozeman. Before the competition, Blacksmith had never competed in the event.
In this first place-winning photo, Ben Goodlad of Salmon, Wash. captures sunlight reflected off Devil’s Canyon Overlook.

School & Activities

Alex Donnelly, a seventh-grader at Washington Middle School in Miles City, admires the helmet – a Pittsburgh Steelers model from the 2009 Super Bowl championship season – that was worn by Colstrip High School and University of Montana graduate Tuff Harris.
His given name is Chester David Harris, but most people know him as “Tuff,” a nickname provided by his grandmother after he survived pneumonia as an infant in a

Obituaries

Funeral services were held Saturday in the Bullis Funeral Chapel for John Lucero, who died at his home on Nov. 15, 2017.  
 
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