Tuesday, September 1, 2015

At the Laurel Middle School open house Tuesday, parents, grandparents, guardians, students and friends welcomed  the start of a new school year. Students enjoyed showing their families new classrooms and saying “hello,” to old friends.  
Senior Morgan O’Neil led the Laurel Locomotive girls team to a victory in Hardin last weekend while the boys finished second in teh first meet of the year.
Story by SHONN LEHMANN Outlook staff writer Photos by JIM ESHELMAN Big Horn County News   Hardin Meet
Hannah Kraft placed 4th overall with one of her steers and 5th in class with her second steer.
Four individuals competed at the Montana Fair in the market steer show. Hannah Kraft placed forth overall with one of her steers and 5th in class with her second steer. Kelsey Kraft placed 2nd in class with one of her steers and 5th in class with her second steer. Kelsey’s registered angus heifer placed 3rd in class.
Jessie Dines
Story and photos by Carla Hutson Outlook staff writer  
Laurel Volunteer Fire Department Chief Brent Peters models one of the new SCBA masks recently purchased by the city. The old masks were outdated and no longer safe, Peters said. At 20 years old, the LVFD couldn’t find replacement parts to keep the old masks functional.
By KATHLEEN GILLULY Outlook news manager  
Josiah Laszloffy took top honors in the Livestock Judging competition at Montana Fair on Aug. 14. He took first place in sheep, beef, swine, goat, reasons and had the overall highest points. 
Senior Morgan O’Neil led the Laurel Locomotive girls team to a victory in Hardin last weekend while the boys finished second in teh first meet of the year.
Hannah Kraft placed 4th overall with one of her steers and 5th in class with her second steer.
Jessie Dines
Laurel Volunteer Fire Department Chief Brent Peters models one of the new SCBA masks recently purchased by the city. The old masks were outdated and no longer safe, Peters said. At 20 years old, the LVFD couldn’t find replacement parts to keep the old masks functional.

Sports

Senior Morgan O’Neil led the Laurel Locomotive girls team to a victory in Hardin last weekend while the boys finished second in teh first meet of the year.
Story by SHONN LEHMANN Outlook staff writer Photos by JIM ESHELMAN Big Horn County News  
James Wright of Billings was the lucky winner of the Dodgers’ raffle. He had the good fortune to have his raffle ticket selected from all those sold since last spring. 

Obituaries

Darlene Elizabeth Bequette, loving mother, grandmother, great grandmother and friend to all, peacefully departed this world to be with her heavenly father August 18, 2015, surrounded by her loving