Saturday, November 22, 2014

Maesa Story sets the ball during a Eastern A Divisional match in Sidney last weekend.
Story by RYAN MINCH   It wasn’t the ending the Lady Locomotives volleyball team hoped for. The Lady Locos capped an inconsistent 2014 campaign with a pair of losses at the Eastern A Divisional Tournament in Sidney last weekend.
The Park City Panthers earned a second-place trophy at the Soutehrn C Divisional Tournament in Lewistown last weekend. They open state tournament play today at 10 a.m.
Story by RYAN MINCH  and DOREEN HEINTZ Lewistown News-Argus   LEWISTOWN — The Park City Lady Panthers are headed into uncharted territory.
A group of Laurel defenders bring down Butte Central running back Kyle Harrington during Saturday night’s quarterfinal loss in Butte.
Story by RYAN MINCH   BUTTE — One key factor in a deep post-season run is staying healthy, and the Laurel Locomotives were able to do that for the better part of the 2014 season.
A banner advertises open driver positions, but school officials said booming oil fields in Eastern Monatana have gutted the labor pool of potential drivers.
Story and photo by  KATHLEEN GILLULY   The first visible indicator was a school bus parked in Reece & Ray’s IGA lot strung with a banner calling for drivers.
A recent grant of $1,407 put 80 new titles in the hands of young readers.
The Friends of the Joliet Public Library are pleased to announce that the Joliet Public Library (JPL) has been awarded a Libri Grant in the amount of $1,407.
Members of the Laurel High School girls soccer team celebrate the first state soccer title in school history shortly after their 2-1 victory over Columbia Falls Saturday afternoon in Columbia Falls. The Lady Locomotives capped a 12-2-2 season that included eight shutout victories.
In what was a long time coming, the Laurel Lady Locomotives soccer team gave their community something they’ve never had: A State A Soccer title.
Maesa Story sets the ball during a Eastern A Divisional match in Sidney last weekend.
The Park City Panthers earned a second-place trophy at the Soutehrn C Divisional Tournament in Lewistown last weekend. They open state tournament play today at 10 a.m.
A group of Laurel defenders bring down Butte Central running back Kyle Harrington during Saturday night’s quarterfinal loss in Butte.
A banner advertises open driver positions, but school officials said booming oil fields in Eastern Monatana have gutted the labor pool of potential drivers.
A recent grant of $1,407 put 80 new titles in the hands of young readers.
Members of the Laurel High School girls soccer team celebrate the first state soccer title in school history shortly after their 2-1 victory over Columbia Falls Saturday afternoon in Columbia Falls. The Lady Locomotives capped a 12-2-2 season that included eight shutout victories.

Sports

The Park City Panthers earned a second-place trophy at the Soutehrn C Divisional Tournament in Lewistown last weekend. They open state tournament play today at 10 a.m.
Story by RYAN MINCH  and DOREEN HEINTZ Lewistown News-Argus  

Obituaries

Ann K. (Riesinger) Aagenes, 90, of Laurel, died Saturday, Nov. 8, 2014.