Saturday, April 25, 2015

 Robert LaFontaine, prosecutor for the Crow Tribe, explains how he goes about answering the 3,000 criminal complaints he needs to address per year. Eighty percent of his cases involve alcohol and 60 percent involve drugs —  they offen overlap.
The following is the final installment of the series on the tribal response to increasing drug use on the Crow Reservation. The two previous segments in this Crow Reservation drug crime series have referenced a March 8 incident where a young woman believed to be on methamphetamine broke into the home of Charlie and Ramona Real Bird, both in...
Benjamin Lonebear
Colstrip’s former head basketball coach was arrested March 24 in Ashland for allegedly assaulting and attempting to kidnap his wife from St. Labre Catholic Indian School, according to the Rosebud County Sheriff’s Office. On April 7, Benjamin George Sanders, a.k.a. Benjamin Lonebear pled guilty to partner-family member assault in...
OneSight volunteer Dr. Angie Greenslait of Columbus, Ohio uses a biomicroscope to examine the eyes of Crow Agency Elementary School student Nakota Plante. An estimated 1,000 students were examined by volunteers over the course of last week.
Dr. John Castillo, executive director of Walking Shield Inc., understands the importance of eyeglasses. “I was a kid that couldn’t see the chalkboard,” Castillo said. “My grades weren’t that good. I even played sports, but I wasn’t a very good outfielder in baseball. I couldn’t see the ball coming....
Brittney Schaff goes for the ball in doubles action Friday against Miles City. Schaff and her partner Madison Chavez won 6-4, 6-2.
The Hardin Bulldog boys and girls tennis teams are coming together as the season progresses. Two Lady Bulldogs went undefeated for the invites and three boys walked off the court winning four out of their six matches.“We’re are way more competitive now,” said Head Coach Mike Flamm. “Set-by-set, the boys are really improving...
Senior Darla Davisson anticipates the ball during last Thursday’s game against the Lady Eagles.
The Hardin Lady Bulldogs softball team traveled to Sidney last Thursday for their fourth conference game of the season. The Sidney Eagles took the lead in the first inning, making five consecutive runs over the Lady Bulldogs.   “We had a few hiccups in the first inning,” Coach Joelle Link said. Pitcher Courtney...
Ashley Uffelman
Ashley Uffelman of Hardin will travel to Australia this summer for the 17th annual Down Under regional tournament, hosted by the International Sports Specialist of Down Under Sports. Uffelman, a Hardin High School sophomore, was selected for the Mountain Conference Volleyball Team, which is made up of nine team members and is one of three teams...
 Robert LaFontaine, prosecutor for the Crow Tribe, explains how he goes about answering the 3,000 criminal complaints he needs to address per year. Eighty percent of his cases involve alcohol and 60 percent involve drugs —  they offen overlap.
Benjamin Lonebear
OneSight volunteer Dr. Angie Greenslait of Columbus, Ohio uses a biomicroscope to examine the eyes of Crow Agency Elementary School student Nakota Plante. An estimated 1,000 students were examined by volunteers over the course of last week.
Brittney Schaff goes for the ball in doubles action Friday against Miles City. Schaff and her partner Madison Chavez won 6-4, 6-2.
Senior Darla Davisson anticipates the ball during last Thursday’s game against the Lady Eagles.
Ashley Uffelman

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Brittney Schaff goes for the ball in doubles action Friday against Miles City. Schaff and her partner Madison Chavez won 6-4, 6-2.
The Hardin Bulldog boys and girls tennis teams are coming together as the season progresses.

Obituaries

Lawrence “Sonny” Old Bull Sr.
Lawrence “Sonny” Old Bull Sr., 76, of Lodge Grass, went home to be with the Lord on April 16 at Big Horn County Memorial Hospital. He was born Aug.