Monday, March 30, 2015

Sisters Cora and Ava Styles raised over $1,200 for the Laurel Shooting Education Program. Their efforts earned each girl a brand new competition BB gun.
The Laurel Shooting Education Program is  proud to announce the top fundraisers this year.  Sisters Cora and Ava Styles raised over $1,200 for the program. For their efforts they each earned a brand new competition BB gun. The money helps send kids to state competition and pay for the operating costs. 
Lead investigator on the murder of Nathan Horn, Detective Jason Wells of the Laurel Police Department, goes over details of the crime scene on Wednesday, March 25.
  Story and photos by  KATHLEEN GILLULY  
Earl Radonski and Brad Olszewski use a winch to pull up a trap they had set previously on the Yellowstone River., The trap is marked on the river’s surface with a large orange ball and is weighted with an anchor.
Story and photos by KATHLEEN GILLULY  
South School students and staff celebrated Gotcha winners at a recent assembly. The children were caught in the act of being kind or following rules. They each received prizes.
Some basketball parents perform a rap for the crowd about the championship team.
Sisters Cora and Ava Styles raised over $1,200 for the Laurel Shooting Education Program. Their efforts earned each girl a brand new competition BB gun.
Lead investigator on the murder of Nathan Horn, Detective Jason Wells of the Laurel Police Department, goes over details of the crime scene on Wednesday, March 25.
Earl Radonski and Brad Olszewski use a winch to pull up a trap they had set previously on the Yellowstone River., The trap is marked on the river’s surface with a large orange ball and is weighted with an anchor.
A number of professionals representing many careers including policing, talked to Laurel Middle School students. Laurel Police Department’s Chief Rick Musson answers a student’s questions.

Sports

Bicyclists willing to brave the often unpredictable elements of spring in Yellowstone National Park can travel 49 miles of park roads from the West Entrance at West Yellowstone, Mont., to Mammoth H
BILLINGS — Sunday, March 29, is the sixth annual Purple 5K. Presented by the Downtown Billings Improvement District, Clark Marten Photography, and KTVQ, the race begins at 9 a.m.

Obituaries

On March 22, 2015, God needed another electrician, so he pulled up a card — “Donald ‘Red’ O’Connell, Local 532, 58 years of experience. He is the one I have chosen.”