Saturday, September 5, 2015

A Crow tribal dancer performs at the Little Big Horn College arbor in Crow Agency last Wednesday as Chinese delegates take pictures. The meeting between the Crow Tribe and Chinese delegates occurred on the last day of the 2015 U.S.-China Clean Coal Industry Forum.
The Little Big Horn College arbor in Crow Agency was lined with Chinese delegates last Wednesday evening as the Crow Tribe gave them a festive send-off to end the 2015 U.S.-China Clean Coal Industry Forum. The Black Whistle singers drummed, blueberry pudding and hunks of buffalo were served, and the celebration ended in a circle dance for all....
Tribal officials, from the left,  Crow Chairman Darrin Old Coyote, Vice Secretary Shawn Backbone and Secretary A.J. Not Afraid cut the ribbon at the end of a Tuesday afternoon ceremony celebrating the opening of the Apsaalooke Warrior Apartment Complex. Five formerly homeless veterans currently are residing in the building.
A little over a year ago, what would become the Apsaalooke Warrior Apartment Complex was barely a hole in the ground. Five new tenants, $2.6 million and about 20,000 square feet worth of construction later, the area atop a hill in western Crow Agency has a new complex that will, if all goes well, soon be housing 15 homeless American Indian...
Michael Dabney
Michael Dabney of Lodge Grass, who allegedly fired a .40-caliber gun into the air eight times following a domestic dispute, recently has also been cited with misdemeanor drug charges. The 29-year-old man pleaded not guilty on Aug. 26 to all charges during his initial appearance at the Big Horn County Justice Court and requested a public defender....
Bulldog players pile up in a tackle jam during Friday’s “towel scrimmage” in Imer Field. The scrimmage is so named, because audience members donate towels for athletes’ use during their regular seasons.
Are you ready for some Bulldog football? Fall colors are just starting to appear, and the orange and black of the Hardin Bulldogs is back, ready for another season of fast-paced football. Head Coach Mike Flamm says the Bulldogs have reloaded with more speed and depth, and will continue to improve as the season progresses.  “We...
In preparation for the first meet of the season, the Bulldog cross country team does some hill work at Sarpy. This year Hardin has 42 runners out for the program — 23 girls and 19 boys.
Jalen Two Leggins and Mei Li Stevens, who both placed at state in 2014, will be returning this season as the Bulldog cross country team is hard at work preparing for the upcoming Billings Invite at Amend Park on Sept. 4. “We have 23 girls and 19 boys out,” said Head Coach Cindy Farmer. The Bulldogs have two returning varsity...
Mikayla Jefferson sets up for a bump during practice. Moullet is teaching  players to focus and control their emotions through the use of loud noises and music.
Hardin High School’s Lady Bulldog volleyball team, going into three weeks of practice, are ready to out-spike, out-dig and out-kill the competition for the 2015-16 season, according to Head Coach Tiffany Moullet. If teams happen to be tough, she said, they will also out-work them with the help of tall hitters and strong blockers. To...
A Crow tribal dancer performs at the Little Big Horn College arbor in Crow Agency last Wednesday as Chinese delegates take pictures. The meeting between the Crow Tribe and Chinese delegates occurred on the last day of the 2015 U.S.-China Clean Coal Industry Forum.
Tribal officials, from the left,  Crow Chairman Darrin Old Coyote, Vice Secretary Shawn Backbone and Secretary A.J. Not Afraid cut the ribbon at the end of a Tuesday afternoon ceremony celebrating the opening of the Apsaalooke Warrior Apartment Complex. Five formerly homeless veterans currently are residing in the building.
Michael Dabney
Bulldog players pile up in a tackle jam during Friday’s “towel scrimmage” in Imer Field. The scrimmage is so named, because audience members donate towels for athletes’ use during their regular seasons.
In preparation for the first meet of the season, the Bulldog cross country team does some hill work at Sarpy. This year Hardin has 42 runners out for the program — 23 girls and 19 boys.
Mikayla Jefferson sets up for a bump during practice. Moullet is teaching  players to focus and control their emotions through the use of loud noises and music.

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Bulldog players pile up in a tackle jam during Friday’s “towel scrimmage” in Imer Field. The scrimmage is so named, because audience members donate towels for athletes’ use during their regular seasons.
Are you ready for some Bulldog football?

Obituaries

Debra Helene (Heath) Allen died Aug. 21, 2015, in a tragic accident near Three Forks, Mont. Debra “Debbie” was born Sept. 28, 1962 to Janice Torske Heath and Martin R. Heth.
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