Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Yarrow Thrane from an area near Red Lodge, Mont. searches for something in her mouth as her mother, Chia, listens to Grant Bulltail speak on Chief Plenty Coups in Pryor during an event held to honor the Crow leader during the 20th anniversary of Chief Plenty Coups State Park. Participants learned about horse painting, sweat lodges and teepee construction.
Speeches and activities with occasional bouts of rain and thunder punctuated the Saturday event entitled “Hoofbeats & Heartbeats: Twenty Years Honoring Chief Plenty Coups,” located in Pryor at Chief Plenty Coups State Park. An estimated 150 people were in attendance to celebrate the historical Mountain Crow chief. “...
Ms. Toner’s kindergarten class enjoys their pancakes before they begin their daily lessons Wednesday morning. After the children are seated, they are given the choice of juice or milk for a beverage.  The School Breakfast Program serves 24,000 Montana students each day, according to the Montana Office of Public Instruction website.
Hardin School District 17H & 1 have implemented a system of free breakfasts in the classroom  and increased access to electronic media for schools in both Crow Agency and Hardin.The School Breakfast Program serves 24,000 Montana students each day according to the Montana Office of Public Instruction website. “There are many...
The Hardin Bulldog football team practices in preparation for the first game of the season. The Bulldogs will be playing at home on Friday night against the Fergus County Golden Eagles from Lewistown.
As the Monday Night Football mantra asks, “Are you ready for some football?”  — last Friday evening the Bulldog faithful demonstrated they were ready by attending the regular pre-season towel scrimmage. Hardin fans came hoping to catch a glimpse of what talent their team will have this new season as they once again face the...
The Bulldogs cross country team warms up Tuesday after school getting ready to run in their first meet in Billings on Friday. They will be competing on the 
following weekend in a home meet taking place at Gas Cap Hill in Crow Agency.
The Bulldog cross country team is hard at work preparing for the upcoming Billings Invite at Riverfront Park on Sept. 5. “We have 22 girls and 24 boys out,” said Head Coach Cindy Farmer. “This is the largest group out in four or five years.” According to Farmer, Hardin will have both a full girls and boys teams...
An early teepee encampment offers a glimpse into Crow history. These structures have continued to play a part in tribal life during events such as Crow Fair and school outings.
The Montana Historical Society is over halfway through acquiring an “enormous” collection of photographs reaching back over a century through Crow Native history. They document a period of change in the Native lifestyle from the 1870s into the 1920s. So far, MHS has raised $120,000, and needs $89,675 to complete the project....
Albert Gros-Ventre stands ready for the pitch. He is among 12 players being inducted into the Diamond Legends Softball Hall of Fame on Sept. 6.
Albert Gros-Ventre of Team Gro-Von Softball will be inducted into the Diamond Legends Softball Hall of Fame on Sept. 6 in Bismarck, N.D. He is the first Crow tribal member to receive such an honor.   “I am pleasantly surprised that I would even be considered for a nomination let alone being inducted into the Hall of Fame,” he...
Yarrow Thrane from an area near Red Lodge, Mont. searches for something in her mouth as her mother, Chia, listens to Grant Bulltail speak on Chief Plenty Coups in Pryor during an event held to honor the Crow leader during the 20th anniversary of Chief Plenty Coups State Park. Participants learned about horse painting, sweat lodges and teepee construction.
Ms. Toner’s kindergarten class enjoys their pancakes before they begin their daily lessons Wednesday morning. After the children are seated, they are given the choice of juice or milk for a beverage.  The School Breakfast Program serves 24,000 Montana students each day, according to the Montana Office of Public Instruction website.
The Hardin Bulldog football team practices in preparation for the first game of the season. The Bulldogs will be playing at home on Friday night against the Fergus County Golden Eagles from Lewistown.
The Bulldogs cross country team warms up Tuesday after school getting ready to run in their first meet in Billings on Friday. They will be competing on the 
following weekend in a home meet taking place at Gas Cap Hill in Crow Agency.
An early teepee encampment offers a glimpse into Crow history. These structures have continued to play a part in tribal life during events such as Crow Fair and school outings.
Albert Gros-Ventre stands ready for the pitch. He is among 12 players being inducted into the Diamond Legends Softball Hall of Fame on Sept. 6.

School & Activities

Ms. Toner’s kindergarten class enjoys their pancakes before they begin their daily lessons Wednesday morning. After the children are seated, they are given the choice of juice or milk for a beverage.  The School Breakfast Program serves 24,000 Montana students each day, according to the Montana Office of Public Instruction website.
Hardin School District 17H & 1 have implemented a system of free breakfasts in the classroom  and increased access to electronic media for schools in both

Obituaries

Rowena Gets Down Often Big Back, 58, of Busby, formerly of Lodge Grass, died Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014, in Denver, Co. following a long illness.
 

Big Horn County News

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 926
Hardin, MT 59043
 
Street address: 204 North Center Ave
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