Sunday, May 27, 2018

Destiny Small (center) poses Saturday in Salt Lake City with her coach Stewart Strever (left) and Kendra Reeves, her opponent at the Rocky Mountain Golden Gloves regional tournament. She was unable to defeat Reeves in the championship round, but will be competing in two weeks at the state Junior Olympics in Hamilton, Mont.
Back in October 2015, Destiny Small joined the Billings Elite Amateur Boxing club a month after her 16th birthday as the only female on the team, taking on male opponents to develop her stance, strategy and – according to her coach – “a wicked one-two” punch. In the years since, the club has taken on four more girls. ...
This photo taken May 25, 2013, shows an aerial view of Colstrip power plants 1, 2, 3 and 4 and the Westmoreland coal mines near Colstrip, Mont. Westmoreland, who owns the Absaloka Mine on the Crow Reservation, currently is searching for a way to deal with more than $1 billion in debt.
A Colorado-based coal company with mines in Montana and Wyoming is considering restructuring options, including filing for bankruptcy protection, after seeing demand drop and dealing with more than $1 billion in debt. Westmoreland Coal Company said in its recently filed annual report to shareholders and the Securities and Exchange Commission...
Local resident and historian Jack Lane speaks on World War I at the Big Horn County Historical Museum on Saturday. He covered a number of points about the war and its aftermath.
The Big Horn County Historical Museum hosted Jack Lane Saturday commemorating the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. In his speech, Lane reminded his audience that about 400 area residents served in WWI and 18 died. This figure was quoted from the Hardin Tribune in 1918. Lane’s presentation not only went over some of the...
KayJah Twinn holds a plaque designating her the Montana Indian Education Association Student of the Year for 2018. In addition to the award, KayJah serves as Miss Crow Nation and Hardin High School student body president.
Montana Indian Education Association has awarded KayJah Twinn, 18, their award for High School Student of the Year 2018. She is a senior at Hardin High School and the daughter of Ferdinand Twinn and Wendy Prettyontop-Twinn. MIEA award recipients were recognized last Thursday evening at a banquet ceremony in the Billings Hotel and Convention...
Bureau of Indian Affairs Police Chief Jose Figueroa speaks last Thursday at the Hardin Middle School auditorium during the Community Forum on Bordertown Discrimination in Montana. Pictured from the left are Big Horn County Sheriff Robert Simpson, Rosebud County Sheriff Allen Fulton, Figueroa and Big Horn County Justice of the Peace Leroy Not Afraid.
Last Thursday’s Community Forum on Bordertown Discrimination in Montana, held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Hardin Middle School auditorium, brought together multiple panelists to discuss the subject, from local law enforcement to tribal leaders. A “bordertown,” in this case, refers to any such area sharing a boundary line with an...
Libby Nedens (far right) runs down the Fair Loop Trail on Saturday morning as part of the five-kilometer run for the Bighorn Valley Health Center’s first annual Sugar Rush. Nedens was the fifth person and first female to cross the finish line with a time of 22:56.95.
Despite temperatures hanging just below 20 degrees Fahrenheit, more than 120 people donned winter gear Saturday morning, and ran or walked against diabetes at Bighorn Valley Health Center’s first annual Sugar Rush.  Events for the Sugar Rush, which began at the Hardin Depot, included a five-kilometer run (equal to a little more...
Destiny Small (center) poses Saturday in Salt Lake City with her coach Stewart Strever (left) and Kendra Reeves, her opponent at the Rocky Mountain Golden Gloves regional tournament. She was unable to defeat Reeves in the championship round, but will be competing in two weeks at the state Junior Olympics in Hamilton, Mont.
This photo taken May 25, 2013, shows an aerial view of Colstrip power plants 1, 2, 3 and 4 and the Westmoreland coal mines near Colstrip, Mont. Westmoreland, who owns the Absaloka Mine on the Crow Reservation, currently is searching for a way to deal with more than $1 billion in debt.
Local resident and historian Jack Lane speaks on World War I at the Big Horn County Historical Museum on Saturday. He covered a number of points about the war and its aftermath.
KayJah Twinn holds a plaque designating her the Montana Indian Education Association Student of the Year for 2018. In addition to the award, KayJah serves as Miss Crow Nation and Hardin High School student body president.
Bureau of Indian Affairs Police Chief Jose Figueroa speaks last Thursday at the Hardin Middle School auditorium during the Community Forum on Bordertown Discrimination in Montana. Pictured from the left are Big Horn County Sheriff Robert Simpson, Rosebud County Sheriff Allen Fulton, Figueroa and Big Horn County Justice of the Peace Leroy Not Afraid.
Libby Nedens (far right) runs down the Fair Loop Trail on Saturday morning as part of the five-kilometer run for the Bighorn Valley Health Center’s first annual Sugar Rush. Nedens was the fifth person and first female to cross the finish line with a time of 22:56.95.

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Local resident and historian Jack Lane speaks on World War I at the Big Horn County Historical Museum on Saturday. He covered a number of points about the war and its aftermath.
The Big Horn County Historical Museum hosted Jack Lane Saturday commemorating the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.

Obituaries

Funeral services were held for Dominic Flatmouth Sr. on Tuesday, April 10 at Bullis Funeral Chapel in Hardin and burial has followed in Hardin Fairview Cemetery.
 
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