News

Riley Cooke fires up the Amusement Park Drive-in’s 1936 Cretors gas-powered popcorn maker. It remains a popular brand and Cooke says parts are still available for his model.
Riley Cooke fires up the Amusement Park Drive-in’s 1936 Cretors gas-powered popcorn maker. It remains a popular brand and Cooke says parts are still available for his model.
06/22/2017 - 9:27am
Nostalgia is a catch-all word generally used to describe some vague feeling or memory and is usually associated with something that is fleeting or irretrievable. Many adults have fond memories associated with drive-in theaters, but Laurel’s...
06/22/2017 - 9:13am
While the construction of the Welcome to Laurel sign along the town’s Main Street is drawing some attention, it might be what is going in underneath the sign that might have lasting significance. The Laurel Rotary Club, the Laurel Lions Club, Laurel...

Sports

06/22/2017 - 9:10am
June 14 Ladies League 3 Blind Mice Tie-first: Nancy Gilliland-Luanne Engh 21 Tie-first: Deb Debock-Barb McLeod 21 Second: Kristen Mayala-Sara Davis 22 Third: Sharon Russell-Tracey Michael 24
06/22/2017 - 9:10am
In Class A, Steve Story of Big Timber took first. Art Camarena and Rick Parmer, both of Lovell, Wyo, took second and third, respectively. In Class B, Mark Stephens of Big Timber took first. Dale Karlstorm of Billings took second and Linda Story of...

Obituaries

George Donald Kaufman
George Donald Kaufman
06/22/2017 - 8:52am
George Donald Kaufman, 82, of Laurel passed away peacefully Tuesday evening June 13, 2017.  George was born in Billings on October 8, 1934 to Conrad and Amelia (Kessel) Kaufman.  He attended school in Big Timber and Billings.  George was Baptized...

Community

06/22/2017 - 8:58am
Compiled by KATHLEEN GILLULY Outlook managing editor   25 years ago June 24, 1992 Births were announced for Matthew Joseph Martinez, Macy Lynn Dugan, Ciera Nicole Doechek, Sarah Nichole Kisch and Logan Kale Crowe. The Laurel Herbstfest board has...
Rayna Laakso
Rayna Laakso
06/22/2017 - 8:28am
Rayna Laakso, a recent Park City High School graduate, is the recipient of the 2017 “Marketing your path” scholarship. It is given in the name of Mark Henckel who lived in Park City. He was the Outdoor editor for the Billings Gazette for 39 years...

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