When local artist Sandra Harris began painting a portrait of volunteer and philanthropist Margaret Ping, who died Feb. 13 at 103, she wanted it to reflect who the centenarian was as a person.
A friendship struck between a painter and an Indian agent more than 100 years ago has led to a new exhibit at the Big Horn County Historical Museum in Hardin.
The gate that used to be part of the Custer Battlefield is now at the Big Horn County Historical Museum and was wide open to our picnic crowd on July 12.
If someone in a Hardin family has died, chances are their obituary ends with the phrase: “Bullis Mortuary was entrusted with the arrangements.”
The sun shined down upon more than 100 local residents and two new additions to the Big Horn County Historical Museum grounds Friday afternoon – the Torske Homes
Little Bighorn Battlefield will close at noon on Thursday, Dec. 24 and reopen on Saturday, Dec. 26, 2015. It will also be closed on Friday Jan. 1, 2016 for New Year’s Day.
Every Hardin resident has seen it north of town along State Highway 47, its red and white letters against a purple background looming in the sky.
A game warden whose early career along the Illinois River in the 1920s was marked by violent clashes with market hunters and bootleggers – including those associated with Al Capone – was recently d