Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Russ Cherry is more of a teacher and trainer than inspirational speaker, although he is both. After dealing with a number of serious illnesses in his life, he hopes to give people the tools to success. Cherry is offering a series of classes in Laurel in conjunction with MasterLube.
By KATHLEEN GILLULY Outlook managing editor
Outlook photo by David Keyes
Governor Steve Bullock speaking from Riverside Park in Laurel on Wednesday morning announced a $12 million settlement with the ExxonMobil Pipeline Company to resolve claims from the 2011 pipeline rupture. The rupture occurred during a flood event destroying property and natural resources. The flooding also damaged Laurel’s water intake.
According to a statement from Governor Steve Bullock’s office and a Wednesday morning announcement from Riverside Park in Laurel, Gov. Bullock, Attorney General Tim Fox, the U.S.
LuAnne Engh encourages local residents to prepare trees and shrubs for winter.
By LuAnne Engh Laurel Tree Board Member
Laurel Volunteer Fire Department Chief Brent Peters is among the firefighters accepting recognition from Gov. Bullock on behalf of the agencies they represent. The Governor is shown in a suit in the left front. Chief Peters is the second man in white to the right.
It takes all hands-on-deck when fire conditions pose such a high risk as they did this year for southcentral and southeast Montana.
CHS employees who volunteered for the United Way Day of Caring last week specifically requested to help out in Laurel. They spent the afternoon cleaning up and winterizing the yards of folks unable to. The volunteers, shown as they pack up tools and prepare to move to another yard, are from the left Shelly Nauman, Ken Paulson, John Michaelson and Steve Krum.
The United Way’s annual Day of Caring Thursday, Sept. 15, brought the importance of providing service to those in need home, in every sense.
Russ Cherry is more of a teacher and trainer than inspirational speaker, although he is both. After dealing with a number of serious illnesses in his life, he hopes to give people the tools to success. Cherry is offering a series of classes in Laurel in conjunction with MasterLube.
Outlook photo by David Keyes
Governor Steve Bullock speaking from Riverside Park in Laurel on Wednesday morning announced a $12 million settlement with the ExxonMobil Pipeline Company to resolve claims from the 2011 pipeline rupture. The rupture occurred during a flood event destroying property and natural resources. The flooding also damaged Laurel’s water intake.
LuAnne Engh encourages local residents to prepare trees and shrubs for winter.
Laurel Volunteer Fire Department Chief Brent Peters is among the firefighters accepting recognition from Gov. Bullock on behalf of the agencies they represent. The Governor is shown in a suit in the left front. Chief Peters is the second man in white to the right.
CHS employees who volunteered for the United Way Day of Caring last week specifically requested to help out in Laurel. They spent the afternoon cleaning up and winterizing the yards of folks unable to. The volunteers, shown as they pack up tools and prepare to move to another yard, are from the left Shelly Nauman, Ken Paulson, John Michaelson and Steve Krum.

Sports

Loco pride: The Locomotives ran through the tunnel and paper ring and ran over Butte for a memorable homecoming.
By GARRETT HARR Outlook staff writer After a scoreless first quarter, the Locomotives rolled back in the second, scoring 23 points, with help from the roaring 3,400 fans in attendance in a blowout

Obituaries

Mary Ann Koski was born September 26, 1935, to Joseph