Sunday, October 22, 2017

Tom Fortune of Hardin (left) shakes hands with Craig Johnson, writer of the Walt Longmire mystery novels, during a book signing late Sunday afternoon at the Big Horn County Library.
It was Craig Johnson’s favorite part of the day – early morning at his ranch in the 25-person unincorporated town of Ucross, Wyo. A fresh cup of coffee in hand, he stepped out onto his front porch to watch the sun crest over the horizon. Then, he heard “something strange, something we don’t hear very often in Ucross...
Joe Purcell
Three people have entered the race for Hardin mayor this year, which is set to be decided Nov. 7 by mail-in ballot. Two candidates, Dallas Eidem and Debbie Winburn, made the July 14 filing and will appear on the ballot. A third candidate, Joe Purcell, will run as a write-in. According to Hardin’s city code, the duties of a mayor are to...
Debbie Winburn
Three people have entered the race for Hardin mayor this year, which is set to be decided Nov. 7 by mail-in ballot. Two candidates, Dallas Eidem and Debbie Winburn, made the July 14 filing and will appear on the ballot. A third candidate, Joe Purcell, will run as a write-in. According to Hardin’s city code, the...
Dallas Eidem
Three people have entered the race for Hardin mayor this year, which is set to be decided Nov. 7 by mail-in ballot. Two candidates, Dallas Eidem and Debbie Winburn, made the July 14 filing and will appear on the ballot. A third candidate, Joe Purcell, will run as a write-in. According to Hardin’s city code, the...
The Hardin Lady Bulldogs display their trophy for taking first place at the Eastern A divisional cross-county meet. Pictured from the left are Johnice Half, Sharmayne Hardy, Sydney Little Light, Khylah Two Leggins, Libby Nedens, Journey Erickson and Madison Harmer.
Across the board, it was a  good day for the Hardin Bulldog cross-country teams. The girls varsity team brought home the trophy for their first place win and the boys placed second only 3 points behind Laurel. The winning didn’t stop there – both the JV boys and girls teams took first with the girls turning in a perfect score, and...
Codi Small carries the ball against Laurel Saturday evening. Small led the Bulldogs in rushing with 186 yards on 37 carries. The Bulldogs fell to the Locomotives 34-0.
It was another tough week for the Hardin Bulldog football team as they fell to the Laurel Locomotives 34-0. The Bulldogs traveled to meet the Locomotives Friday, and Laurel pushed hard right from the get-go. Four turnovers in the first half led to Laurel taking a 21-0 lead going into the halftime. “Laurel used a double move for...
Tom Fortune of Hardin (left) shakes hands with Craig Johnson, writer of the Walt Longmire mystery novels, during a book signing late Sunday afternoon at the Big Horn County Library.
Joe Purcell
Debbie Winburn
Dallas Eidem
The Hardin Lady Bulldogs display their trophy for taking first place at the Eastern A divisional cross-county meet. Pictured from the left are Johnice Half, Sharmayne Hardy, Sydney Little Light, Khylah Two Leggins, Libby Nedens, Journey Erickson and Madison Harmer.
Codi Small carries the ball against Laurel Saturday evening. Small led the Bulldogs in rushing with 186 yards on 37 carries. The Bulldogs fell to the Locomotives 34-0.

School & Activities

The Hardin Lady Bulldogs display their trophy for taking first place at the Eastern A divisional cross-county meet. Pictured from the left are Johnice Half, Sharmayne Hardy, Sydney Little Light, Khylah Two Leggins, Libby Nedens, Journey Erickson and Madison Harmer.
Across the board, it was a  good day for the Hardin Bulldog cross-country teams.

Obituaries

Heather Victoria Eastman
Heather Victoria Eastman, Bilichilii waa`aaitchile, “Lucky with the Peyote Moon,” her Indian name given to her by Tilton Old Bull, began her journey to the other side camp on Oct. 9, 2017.
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