Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Evan Van Order holds a board in place while his son, Joel, fastens a screw. Van Order’s son, Aden, also assisted with the plot’s construction.
Sixteen raised garden beds were constructed over the weekend, providing plots for a community project dubbed the Hardin Garden.The community-donation and grant-funded garden will be placed outside of the Big Horn Industries building on Miles Avenue.Last spring, the Hardin Garden committee began the process of planning and organizing the project...
Lt. Nathan Moyer (left), head of the hospital’s emergency care facility, receives a gift from Clinical Nurse Leader Shannon Littlewolf. Moyer was called that day to assist the Rosebud Service Unit for 30 days in Rosebud, S.D.
A  24/7 hospital facility that was, five years ago, beset by staffing issues, patient complaints, problematic wait times and an emergency flooding situation has now significantly improved, according to the staff and Crow tribal legislators. This progress, they said, would not have been possible without the facility’s nurses.The Crow...
Resident Jill Dale displays a Norwegian flag while sporting a Viking hat. For Dale, the Alzheimer’s Walk was an additional way to celebrate Norwegian Constitution Day.
Close to 100 people gathered Tuesday to participate in the 2016 debut of the “Alive Inside” Alzheimer’s Walk“I’m amazed at how many people signed up for the first [event],” said Hardin resident Laurel Slattery, “so hopefully it continues to increase.”The Alzheimer’s Walk will fund the Big Horn...
Broken brick lies in the Hardin Historic Depot Monday morning after it was thrown through a window sometime during the weekend. A series of buildings were vandalized and, though Big Horn County Sheriff Frank Simpson has no “active suspects,” he recovered ballistics evidence from one of the sites.
 What led to a string of vandalism over the weekend? It’s a mystery to Big Horn County Sheriff Frank Simpson.“Full moon, maybe?” he said from a table at the Sheriff’s Office. “I don’t know.”Sometime between Friday and Monday morning, vandals in Hardin knocked out windows at the Historic Hotel Becker...
Hardin’s Kourtney Chavez, unfazed by the rain, pitches the ball to Glendive’s Cheyenne Fisher in last Thursday’s game.
After this week’s match-ups against the Glendive Red Devils and the Butte Bulldogs, Hardin prepares for divisionals. Despite their sixth place rank, the Lady Bulldogs continue in their efforts to pull a productive season out of their hats.“This season has been a hard one with our losing outcomes,” said Head Coach Megan Torske....
David Prather winds up for his throw in the discus event at the May 13 Jock Stop track meet in Glendive. The boys team scored seven points in the event.
On Friday, May 13 Hardin’s track team participated in the Jock Stop meet in Glendive where the girls placed in 12 of the day’s 17 events. With 69 points, they placed fourth out of the seven teams competing and the boys placed tenth of 10 teams, scoring 7 points.The girls placed in all events with the exception of the javelin and pole...
Evan Van Order holds a board in place while his son, Joel, fastens a screw. Van Order’s son, Aden, also assisted with the plot’s construction.
Lt. Nathan Moyer (left), head of the hospital’s emergency care facility, receives a gift from Clinical Nurse Leader Shannon Littlewolf. Moyer was called that day to assist the Rosebud Service Unit for 30 days in Rosebud, S.D.
Resident Jill Dale displays a Norwegian flag while sporting a Viking hat. For Dale, the Alzheimer’s Walk was an additional way to celebrate Norwegian Constitution Day.
Broken brick lies in the Hardin Historic Depot Monday morning after it was thrown through a window sometime during the weekend. A series of buildings were vandalized and, though Big Horn County Sheriff Frank Simpson has no “active suspects,” he recovered ballistics evidence from one of the sites.
Hardin’s Kourtney Chavez, unfazed by the rain, pitches the ball to Glendive’s Cheyenne Fisher in last Thursday’s game.
David Prather winds up for his throw in the discus event at the May 13 Jock Stop track meet in Glendive. The boys team scored seven points in the event.

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Hardin’s Kourtney Chavez, unfazed by the rain, pitches the ball to Glendive’s Cheyenne Fisher in last Thursday’s game.
After this week’s match-ups against the Glendive Red Devils and the Butte Bulldogs, Hardin prepares for divisionals.

Obituaries

Jack Hill Murray
Jack Hill Murray, 81, entered into his reward on May 4, 2016 in Sheridan, Wyo. surrounded by his wife and daughters.
 
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