by Staff The Town Pump Charitable Foundation announced Feb. 27 it is offering $1,000 grants to public libraries in Montana to help fund summer youth-reading programs.
I-90 Construction to Resume
by Evelyn Pyburn As soon as the weather improves, construction of the bridges on the I-90 Yellowstone River Project will resume after having been on hold since November. Everything is in place and the contractor, Sletten Construction, is ready to…
Meet Montana’s Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Stephanie Smith-Miller
by Michael J. Marino Worden VFW Post 7407 named Stephanie Smith-Miller, a music teacher at Lockwood School, the Montana State Elementary Teacher of the Year, and paid a visit to her classroom on Monday, Feb. 13.
Nearly 60 Volunteers Clean Up Pesky Plants at Two Moon Park
by Michael J. Marino A group of local volunteers called the “Burning Buckthorns” spent Saturday, Feb. 4 cleaning up Two Moon Park by removing and burning nuisance plant species along the Yellowstone River.
Bill Proposes $50k Reward for Informants in Drug Trafficking Cases
by Michael J. Marino Bill No. LC018, sponsored by Brad Molnar (R-Laurel), proposes to pay a $50,000 reward to anyone “who furnishes information to a law enforcement officer leading to a conviction,” of various crimes like drug trafficking and human…
Lockwood Wins Golden Gavel Again
by Evelyn Pyburn For the 33rd year in a row, the Lockwood School Board has received the Golden Gavel Award from the Montana School Board Association. The award was presented at the MTSBA’s annual Conference of Education Leadership, which was…
Court Sets Schedule for Water District Case by Evelyn Pyburn
by Evelyn Pyburn Yellowstone County District Court has set a schedule to hear the case that has been filed by the County Water District Board against County Commissioners and their board appointment, Pam Ellis.