On Tuesday, Yellowstone County Sheriff Detective Troy Charbonneau was recognized during the county commissioners’ regular board meeting, for 20 years of service and congratulated upon his retirement as a member of the Sheriff’s department.
Author: staff report
Lockwood High School to Hold First-Ever Homecoming Parade
by Michael J. Marino Lockwood Student Council director, Carrie Schmidt, said the school will have its first-ever Homecoming Parade beginning at 11:00 am on October 1, 2022, as a new addition to the festivities already in place for homecoming week.
Billings Police Department Expands Trespassing Enforcement Program
by Michael J. Marino Billings Police Department (BPD) announced on Sept. 8 that they are expanding their program to deter trespassing to include all businesses in the city limits.
Wilson to Serve as Valley Supply’s New General Manager
by Michael J. Marino Calvin Wilson, a long-time veteran of the retail agronomy industry, was recently hired as the General Manager at Valley Farmers Supply in Worden. Wilson said part of the reason he moved to the retail side of…
What Happens When When No One Comes?
by Evelyn Pyburn It happened again. Monday evening at about 12:30 am, a patient in Laurel showed symptoms of a stroke and called for an ambulance. Only there was no ambulance available. With dispatch reaching out as far as Joliet,…
Lockwood Approves Budget, HS Growing Faster than Projected
by Evelyn Pyburn The start of the 2022-23 school year marks the dawn of new educational opportunities for students across Montana. The Tax Credits for Qualified Education Contributions Program will send its largest ever number of scholarship recipients to high-quality…
LWSD Sets Mills, Forges Contract for Phase 3
by Evelyn Pyburn The taxable valuation for 2022 for the Lockwood Sewer District Phase 1 is $3,997,411 up about $337,000 over last year’s $3,667,409, reported Lockwood Water and Sewer District (LWSD) Manager Mike Ariztia. The increased value allows the district…