Monday, January 23, 2017

Hardin city employee Nate Enick uses a pavement saw to cut through the street late Friday morning to access a broken water line along Center Avenue.
The area along Hardin’s Center Avenue between 4th and 5th Street was filled with the staccatos and whirs of heavy construction equipment Friday as city workers cut, dug and jackhammered their way toward a broken water line. Complicating repairs that started around 9 that morning were freezing temperatures that turned what would have...
Newly-elected Chairman of the Crow Tribe Alvin “A.J.” Not Afraid speaks during his inaugural address.
As the Crow Tribe Executive Branch continues its transition from the administration of former Chairman Darrin Old Coyote to that of Chairman Alvin “A.J.” Not Afraid, they have moved their focus to finance and reorganization of administration staffing. The Not Afraid Administration’s stated goal is to rebuild the tribe into a...
Nearly 30 people from the Northern Cheyenne Reservation community participate in a three-day parenting workshop at Chief Dull Knife College in Lame Deer.
According to Addy Baker of the tribal Human Services Department, a desperate need exists on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation. This need, the foster care worker states, can be filled through the efforts of foster parents in taking in new children. She hopes to recruit them to handle a large caseload of youth determined by the tribal court to...
Darnell Left Hand goes for the lay-up in play against Lodge Grass Friday evening. Left Hand led the Bulldogs with 29 points. Hardin beat Lodge Grass 100-78.
In the style of long rivalries, both the Hardin Bulldogs and Lodge Grass Indians came to play last Friday night. Before a packed Hardin High School gym, the Bulldogs brought home a 100-78 victory. Even though Hardin is in Class A and Lodge Grass is in Class B, it’s always an exciting and fast-paced style of basketball that fans love to...
Lady Bulldog guard makes a determined shot against Lodge Grass’ Lady Indians. DuShane scored 9 points during the game.
One week after their 51-38 non-conference victory over the Billings Skyview Class AA basketball team, Hardin’s Lady Bulldogs scored another win in their longstanding rivalry with Lodge Grass’ Lady Indians, taking the contest 78-43.  Though the Indians went into the game after a recent 58-82 loss against Lame Deer, their post...
Hardin’s Bulldog wrestling team took ninth place out of the 25 teams at the 59th Cowboy Invitational Wrestling tournament held in Miles City last week. According to Head Coach Travis Kreiger, Hardin had an interesting time with every team member having a bye in their first round. “The team wrestled tough,” said Kreiger....
Hardin city employee Nate Enick uses a pavement saw to cut through the street late Friday morning to access a broken water line along Center Avenue.
Newly-elected Chairman of the Crow Tribe Alvin “A.J.” Not Afraid speaks during his inaugural address.
Nearly 30 people from the Northern Cheyenne Reservation community participate in a three-day parenting workshop at Chief Dull Knife College in Lame Deer.
Darnell Left Hand goes for the lay-up in play against Lodge Grass Friday evening. Left Hand led the Bulldogs with 29 points. Hardin beat Lodge Grass 100-78.
Lady Bulldog guard makes a determined shot against Lodge Grass’ Lady Indians. DuShane scored 9 points during the game.

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Darnell Left Hand goes for the lay-up in play against Lodge Grass Friday evening. Left Hand led the Bulldogs with 29 points. Hardin beat Lodge Grass 100-78.
In the style of long rivalries, both the Hardin Bulldogs and Lodge Grass Indians came to play last Friday night.

Obituaries

Thorton Teal Big Hair
Thorton Teal Big Hair “Tee,” 41, of Garryowen passed away Jan. 13, 2017 in Billings.
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