Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Dr. Janine Pease, a humanities teacher at Little Big Horn College who also serves as its accreditation liaison officer, examines the college’s seven-year self-evaluation report last Thursday afternoon.
New students arriving at Little Big Horn College on Aug. 31 will enter a campus that, according to President Dr. David Yarlott, has its strongest accreditation yet. All aspects of the two-year community college were examined, he said, by members of the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities over the course of four days in April....
Bighorn River angler Trent Stiefvater (left) holds up a paddlefish that he and outfitter Beau McFadyean (right) rescued by hand from a gravel bar on Tuesday, Aug. 8.
Unusually high water flows in the Bighorn River this spring made trout fishing tough for the average angler, but they are starting to reveal a silver lining for the fishery in general with the arrival of August. During the past week, anglers and fishing guides on the world-famous trout stream southeast of Billings have reported seeing...
Former German Evangelical Lutheran church
Christ Evangelical & Reformed Church will be celebrating their centennial, starting east of Hardin at the Big Horn County Historical Museum at 3 p.m. this Saturday.  Their anniversary service will be held in the museum church, first dedicated on Oct. 7, 1917 as German Evangelical Lutheran Christ church. According to the Hardin...
James McGinley pauses Monday morning while en route to Hardin in his solar-powered bicycle. The ELF, as the vehicle is called, runs entirely on solar power and was designed by Organic Transit in Durham, N.C.
Those meeting James McGinley for the first time don’t need to look hard to figure out his general viewpoint. A tattoo across the front of his face states, “Wage Love or Die.” In addition, three crosses tattooed on his forehead each contain a phrase: “Stop Starving,” “Stop Killing” and “Start Loving....
Bureau of Indian Affairs Chief of Police Jose Figueroa speaks to an audience of more than 100 at Crow Agency’s Multipurpose Building on the subjects of reservation law enforcement and the extradition of criminals.
An emergency curfew was put into place on the Crow Reservation late Friday evening following the deaths of three tribal members at a shooting in Lodge Grass related to methamphetamine and gang activity. The people killed were Frank Nomee Jr., 27; his wife Denise Stewart Nomee, 26; and Nehemiah Brokenrope, 30. In addition to the fatalities, two...
Larry Little Owl Jr., a cattle rancher in Crow Agency, speaks on his issues regarding the Crow Tribe Water Settlement Act of 2010. According to Little Owl, he is unsure why tribal members need to pay a bill for water they own and he wants more tribal members to work on Crow Reservation projects.
The Crow Tribe Water Settlement Act, signed into law by former U.S. President Barack Obama in December 2010 and the Crow Tribal General Council in March 2011, will be up for tribal vote again on Aug. 12. This piece of legislation – when combined with the Crow Tribe-Montana Water Rights Compact of 1999 – provides $460 million for the...
Dr. Janine Pease, a humanities teacher at Little Big Horn College who also serves as its accreditation liaison officer, examines the college’s seven-year self-evaluation report last Thursday afternoon.
Bighorn River angler Trent Stiefvater (left) holds up a paddlefish that he and outfitter Beau McFadyean (right) rescued by hand from a gravel bar on Tuesday, Aug. 8.
Former German Evangelical Lutheran church
James McGinley pauses Monday morning while en route to Hardin in his solar-powered bicycle. The ELF, as the vehicle is called, runs entirely on solar power and was designed by Organic Transit in Durham, N.C.
Bureau of Indian Affairs Chief of Police Jose Figueroa speaks to an audience of more than 100 at Crow Agency’s Multipurpose Building on the subjects of reservation law enforcement and the extradition of criminals.
Larry Little Owl Jr., a cattle rancher in Crow Agency, speaks on his issues regarding the Crow Tribe Water Settlement Act of 2010. According to Little Owl, he is unsure why tribal members need to pay a bill for water they own and he wants more tribal members to work on Crow Reservation projects.

School & Activities

Former German Evangelical Lutheran church
Christ Evangelical & Reformed Church will be celebrating their centennial, starting east of Hardin at the Big Horn County Historical Museum at 3 p.m. this Saturday.   

Obituaries

Verrol Jessie Ann (Fowler) Hastings
Verrol Jessie Ann (Fowler) Hastings passed away on July 14, 2017 at Franciscan Hospice House in University Place, Wash. She was 79.
 
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