Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Domingo Lozano hugs his Akbash sheep dog, Bella, last weekend, approximately six weeks after the dog was taken from a field in Fishtail.
A stolen sheep dog from the Fishtail area has sparked a criminal investigation, public outcry and possible charges in a saga that started more than six weeks ago.
This is one of the photos emailed to the Stillwater County Commissioners from the Extension Office regarding the growth of apparent mold.
Months after a Billings company tested and concluded that there was no dangerous mold growth in the part of the old hospital called the West Annex, which houses a handful of county offices, mold has reportedly been found. In an Aug. 14 email to the Stillwater County Commissioners, Extension Agent Lee Schmelzer stated the following:
Columbus is one step closer to having city-wide walking trails. The city has received an $807,000 grant through the Montana Transportation Alternatives (TA) Program. Public Works Superintendent Dennis Holten announced the news at last week’s city council meeting.
Emma LaMoure sets the ball last Thursday in Bridger.
The Absarokee volleyball team dropped just its second match this season to the undefeated Bridger Scouts last Thursday. The first game got out of hand early, with the Huskies falling 25-10.
Junior Lance Courtney runs the ball into the end zone during the first quarter.  He had two touchdowns against Gardiner.
Rylan Gauthier had a pretty good Friday night last week. The first play after the Park City senior was crowned homecoming king, he returned the kickoff for 70 yards and a touchdown. The night would see Gauthier return another kickoff for a 75-yard touchdown, in addition to two interceptions.
A lack of resources and very dry conditions prompted all of Stillwater County to enter Stage II fire restrictions, effective at 12:01 a.m. Thursday morning. County Fire Warden Carol Arkell said this is the first time since 2012 that the county has implemented Stage II restrictions.
Domingo Lozano hugs his Akbash sheep dog, Bella, last weekend, approximately six weeks after the dog was taken from a field in Fishtail.
This is one of the photos emailed to the Stillwater County Commissioners from the Extension Office regarding the growth of apparent mold.
Emma LaMoure sets the ball last Thursday in Bridger.
Junior Lance Courtney runs the ball into the end zone during the first quarter.  He had two touchdowns against Gardiner.
The rattlesnake is the only snake in Montana to have rattles on the tail.

Danger below

Two people were bitten by rattlesnakes in 12 days in Stillwater County, prompting advanced life support (ALS) transports from the Stillwater Billings Clinic by ambulance and a reminder to keep watc

Obituaries

“To fly west, my friend, is a flight we all must take for a final check.”