Thursday, May 5, 2016

Outlook photo by Mary Lou Batalden
Amy Mills and Osric Santiago work on the Locomotive mural at Laurel’s MasterLube during the business’ Business After Hours event. MasterLube supports all the area high schools in raising money for the seniors’ graduation parties. Business revenues on Saturday May 14, from 7 a.m to 6 p.m. will go toward the alcohol and drug-free bash.
Voting is now open for the annual Master Lube War of the Walls mural competition. 
Ellie Kildahl goes up for a hit against Hardin on Friday. Kildahl batted 4 out of 5 attempts over the course of the game.
Story and photo by  Carla Hutson Outlook staff writer  
The LHS Honors Civics class visited Senator Daines at his Washington, D.C. office while representing Montana at the National Finals of We The People competition this week.
The first grade class at West Elementary will be collecting aluminum cans from May 2-11, with funds from the cans going to ZooMontana. Although the official start date is still a few days away, students have already started collecting cans from their homes and neighborhoods.
By CARLA HUTSON Outlook staff writer  
Recently the students of First Baptist Academy were able to visit Pacific Steel & Recycling’s plant in Lockwood. At the plant they were able to process whole bales of scrap metal as well as whole vehicles.
Outlook photo by Mary Lou Batalden
Amy Mills and Osric Santiago work on the Locomotive mural at Laurel’s MasterLube during the business’ Business After Hours event. MasterLube supports all the area high schools in raising money for the seniors’ graduation parties. Business revenues on Saturday May 14, from 7 a.m to 6 p.m. will go toward the alcohol and drug-free bash.
Ellie Kildahl goes up for a hit against Hardin on Friday. Kildahl batted 4 out of 5 attempts over the course of the game.
FFA members and families celebrated the year’s successes at the Laurel FFA chapter’s annual year-end banquet on April 21.
The first grade class at West Elementary will be collecting aluminum cans from May 2-11, with funds from the cans going to ZooMontana. Although the official start date is still a few days away, students have already started collecting cans from their homes and neighborhoods.

Sports

The 15th Annual Little Locomotive Football Camp will be held June 6-9 at the Locomotive Sports Complex. The cost of the camp is $45 and camp will be split up into two sessions.
By Carla Hutson Outlook staff writer

Obituaries

 Erasta Hicks, 91, of Laurel, Montana, died