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…
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…
by Evelyn Pyburn ExxonMobil has sold its 63,000 bpd Billings Refinery to Par Pacific Holdings, Inc. in a $310 million sale that included associated marketing and logistics assets from ExxonMobil Corporation and two of its subsidiaries.
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.
by Michael J. Marino Many “firsts” are occurring on the campus of Lockwood High this year, including the first homecoming week and the upcoming graduation of the school’s first group of seniors in the spring of 2023.
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.
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.