Thursday, May 25, 2017

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence (center) locks hands with Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke (left) during a rally at the Montana Pavilion Friday evening in support of U.S. House candidate Greg Gianforte (right). That morning, Pence, Zinke and other state and federal representatives took a horseback tour of Westmoreland Coal Company’s Absaloka Mine on the Crow Reservation.
Red and blue lights flashed Friday afternoon as a motorcade of vans, SUVs and Secret Service agents traveled east on Interstate 90 and entered Big Horn County. Among the passengers was U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, who made his way into the Crow Reservation and toward Westmoreland Coal Company’s Absaloka Mine. To the county – and...
William “Bill” Ausmus ends a salute last Thursday afternoon next to a display about his life and a citation from Montana Gov. Steve Bullock. An estimated 60 people gathered at Heritage Acres Nursing Home to celebrate his 100th birthday.
William “Bill” Ausmus, by several accounts, was at his happiest early last Thursday afternoon as an estimated 60 people gathered at Heritage Acres Nursing Home in Hardin to celebrate his 100th birthday. The World War II veteran and former Big Horn County surveyor may have had difficulty remembering his friends’ names, but he was...
Snow was still on the ground south of Wyola  near the Big Horn Mountains two weeks ago. Snowpack in the Big Horn Basin, which feeds the Bighorn River, is more than 200 percent over average accumulation in some areas.
After low flows, warm temperatures, hoot owl restrictions and a first-ever closure of the Yellowstone River last year, water experts are predicting average to above-average spring and summer runoff across the state.  Abundant precipitation throughout this water year in most of Montana and healthy snowpack totals on May 1 have resulted in...
Hardin runner Aubrey Meiwald hands the baton off to Karly Matt during one of the relay races. The girls placed sixth in the 400 relay and fourth in the 1,600 at the Jock Stop meet in Glendive.
This weekend, the last regular meet of the season for the Hardin Bulldog track teams was held. In Glendive, at the Jock Stop meet, boys and girls teams placed in 14 events. In boys action, six athletes placed in six events. In the 200-meter run, Michael Parra raced to fifth with a time of 23.71 and in the 400, Virgil McCormick took sixth...
Hardin softball player Natalie Edgar slides to get the ball last Thursday during a game with the Dawson County Red Devils.
After a 2-2 tie between Hardin’s Lady Bulldog softball team and Dawson County’s Red Devils, the Ladies’ home game quickly went downhill last Thursday starting with a 5-3 lead by Dawson in the second inning.  By their third time at bat, the Ladies were down 8-3, by their fourth 16-3 and by their fifth 19-3 to end the...
It was a solid weekend for the Hardin Bulldog tennis teams at the Lewistown Invite last weekend. Being the last invite of the regular season, Head Coach Mike Flamm was pleased with their performance. “It was a good weekend,” he said. “I like where we’re at.” The Bulldog girls team went undefeated and the...
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence (center) locks hands with Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke (left) during a rally at the Montana Pavilion Friday evening in support of U.S. House candidate Greg Gianforte (right). That morning, Pence, Zinke and other state and federal representatives took a horseback tour of Westmoreland Coal Company’s Absaloka Mine on the Crow Reservation.
William “Bill” Ausmus ends a salute last Thursday afternoon next to a display about his life and a citation from Montana Gov. Steve Bullock. An estimated 60 people gathered at Heritage Acres Nursing Home to celebrate his 100th birthday.
Snow was still on the ground south of Wyola  near the Big Horn Mountains two weeks ago. Snowpack in the Big Horn Basin, which feeds the Bighorn River, is more than 200 percent over average accumulation in some areas.
Hardin runner Aubrey Meiwald hands the baton off to Karly Matt during one of the relay races. The girls placed sixth in the 400 relay and fourth in the 1,600 at the Jock Stop meet in Glendive.
Hardin softball player Natalie Edgar slides to get the ball last Thursday during a game with the Dawson County Red Devils.

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Hardin runner Aubrey Meiwald hands the baton off to Karly Matt during one of the relay races. The girls placed sixth in the 400 relay and fourth in the 1,600 at the Jock Stop meet in Glendive.
This weekend, the last regular meet of the season for the Hardin Bulldog track teams was held.

Obituaries

Janice Ann Eckman
Janice Ann Eckman, 70, from Hardin passed away May 9, 2017.
 
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