Friday, October 24, 2014

Luke and Zack Rock, astride lightning-fast thoroughbreds, pound down the track at a relay race in Crow Agency captured in the 2010 documentary “Indian Relay.” Laurel students recently spoke with one of the trainers who schools horses and young riders alike in the thrilling sport.
Story and photos  by KATHLEEN GILLULY   As one of the integral players in the Montana PBS documentary “Indian Relay” and a horse trainer for one of the Apsaalooke (Crow) Nation’s relay teams, Kendall Old Horn divides his time between work and work.
Pictured left to right are Blake Lanaghan, Kelsey Kraft, Hannah Kraft, and Cody Shick
Story KELSEY KRAFT Laurel FFA Reporter   Six Laurel FFA students went to Ruby Valley Sept. 30 to livestock judge. The senior team (pictured above) placed second overall.
Members of the cast of Laurel High School’s musical, “Cinderella,” Alyssa Dawes, Mikaela Barker and Hailey Maurer are seeking help from anyone who has clothing suitable for costumes. They are specifically looking for floor-length gowns and wedding dresses. The cast is already practicing for the performances which will be Nov.
Water Treatment Chief Operator Nathan Herman and park board member LuAnne Engh survey the city pool which needs an estimated $10,000 in specialty paint to repair the interior.
Story by JENNIFER RIES   Lazy days at the city pool are a right of passage for generations of children, but members of the City of Laurel park board are wondering if the time has come to pull the plug on the city pool.
Award-winning guitarist Josh Snodgrass will perform at Family Christian Center Sunday.
Seattle-based award-winning guitarist Josh Snodgrass will perform at Family Christian Center Sunday, Oct. 6, at 6 p.m. His instrumental guitar performances range in style from bluegrass to blues and traditional gospel hymns to contemporary worship songs.
Luke and Zack Rock, astride lightning-fast thoroughbreds, pound down the track at a relay race in Crow Agency captured in the 2010 documentary “Indian Relay.” Laurel students recently spoke with one of the trainers who schools horses and young riders alike in the thrilling sport.
Pictured left to right are Blake Lanaghan, Kelsey Kraft, Hannah Kraft, and Cody Shick
Water Treatment Chief Operator Nathan Herman and park board member LuAnne Engh survey the city pool which needs an estimated $10,000 in specialty paint to repair the interior.
Lauren Waterton from Sanderson Stewart presented preliminary findings regarding the best use of funds and land to draw new businesses into the Tax Increment Financing district (TIF)
Award-winning guitarist Josh Snodgrass will perform at Family Christian Center Sunday.

Sports

Story by RYAN MINCH   There is always something on the line when Laurel and Billings Central face off in any sport.
Laurel High School sophomore Raquel Jimenez slices through the Belgrade defense on her way to a second half goal in the Lady Loco’s win Tuesday night. Jimenez leads the team with 13 goals this season.
Story  by RYAN MINCH   According to singer-songwriter Cat Stevens, it’s the first cut that is the deepest.

Obituaries

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LeRoy Anton James Kappel passed away Oct. 11, 2014, at his home in Park City. He was 76.