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Gibson Waite, Elsa Waite, Ava McKeever, Oriane Hurtig and Caleb Tober show off some of the 76 pies they made with the help of Yellowstone Silver Spurs 4-H clubmates Kelsey Beck, Rachel Hamilton, Lea Bickle, Austin Shinn, Dakotah Shinn and Madeline Felder last weekend. The pies were frozen after a productive day of baking and delivered to Community Hope for inclusion in holiday food boxes and for dessert at the annual community Thanksgiving Festival of Praise.
Gibson Waite, Elsa Waite, Ava McKeever, Oriane Hurtig and Caleb Tober show off some of the 76 pies they made with the help of Yellowstone Silver Spurs 4-H clubmates Kelsey Beck, Rachel Hamilton, Lea Bickle, Austin Shinn, Dakotah Shinn and Madeline Felder last weekend. The pies were frozen after a productive day of baking and delivered to Community Hope for inclusion in holiday food boxes and for dessert at the annual community Thanksgiving Festival of Praise.
11/16/2017 - 10:06am
For the second year in a row, members of the Yellowstone Silver Spurs 4-H Club have rolled up their sleeves and worked together preparing and baking pies—pumpkin, blueberry and cherry—to make Thanksgiving feasts for families receiving holiday food...
A number of belly dump trucks are carrying dirt for the new interchanges from north of Laurel down 1st Ave. and either crossing Main St. and going under the underpass or turning onto Main St. and heading west. After dumping their payloads drivers make the return trip causing Laurel’s busiest streets to be more crowded than usual. With some of the dirt making its way to the pavement and rain falling it created slick conditions.
A number of belly dump trucks are carrying dirt for the new interchanges from north of Laurel down 1st Ave. and either crossing Main St. and going under the underpass or turning onto Main St. and heading west. After dumping their payloads drivers make the return trip causing Laurel’s busiest streets to be more crowded than usual. With some of the dirt making its way to the pavement and rain falling it created slick conditions.
11/16/2017 - 10:02am
A number of belly dump trucks are carrying dirt for the new interchanges from north of Laurel down 1st Ave. and either crossing Main St. and going under the underpass or turning onto Main St. and heading west. After dumping their payloads drivers...

Sports


Courtesy photos. The Joliet J-Hawks took third place at the State Class B volleyball tournament in Bozeman last weekend.
11/16/2017 - 9:36am
When the Joliet volleyball team began the 2017 season they were perceived as underdogs, but Coach Colette Webber had a feeling this team would be special. And indeed they were, setting several new high-water marks for the program. Only two teams...

Photos by Gloria Allwin. Levi Taylor and Grace Timm ran in the Nike Regional XC Meet in Boise, Idaho last Saturday. There were over seven states competing, and about 2,100 runners competing in several different races.
11/16/2017 - 9:27am
Levi Taylor and Grace Timm ran in the Nike Regional XC Meet in Boise, Idaho last Saturday. There were over seven states competing, and about 2,100 runners competing in several different races.

Obituaries

Shirley Ann Adams
Shirley Ann Adams
11/16/2017 - 9:22am
Shirley Ann Adams, 78, passed away at her home November 8, 2017. She was born to Grace and John Foos on September 1, 1939 in Silesia, Montana. She grew up on the south side of Laurel, and graduated Laurel High School in 1957. Shirley met her husband...

Community

Back in the day when telephones were connected to lines it was important to keep them free for important war calls, according to this ad for Mountain States Telephone & Telegraph from the Outlook in 1942.
Back in the day when telephones were connected to lines it was important to keep them free for important war calls, according to this ad for Mountain States Telephone & Telegraph from the Outlook in 1942.
11/16/2017 - 9:39am
25 years ago Nov. 11, 1992 Owner of the Laurel bus depot, Jean Carroll Thompson, opposed a recommendation by the Laurel City License Committee to change the wording of her license application, and challenged the City Council to have her arrested,...
Over 45 LHS students are busily preparing for their upcoming musical “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor DreamCoat.” This entertaining production offers a variety of musical styles from country western to calypso to rock and roll, telling the story of Joseph and his 11 jealous brothers. The musical is being presented today and tomorrow, Nov. 16 and 17, at 7 p.m. at Laurel High School. In addition to the cast of students, there is a special faculty guest star. This is a not-to-miss production featuring Austi
Over 45 LHS students are busily preparing for their upcoming musical “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor DreamCoat.” This entertaining production offers a variety of musical styles from country western to calypso to rock and roll, telling the story of Joseph and his 11 jealous brothers. The musical is being presented today and tomorrow, Nov. 16 and 17, at 7 p.m. at Laurel High School. In addition to the cast of students, there is a special faculty guest star. This is a not-to-miss production featuring Austin Amestoy as Joseph; Andrew Sutton as Potiphar; Aliza Pollock and Aly Gaylord as narrators; Erik Holstein as Jacob; Halie Tisdale as Potiphar’s wife; Marley Merchen as the baker; Tenley Miller as the butler; Abbey Scott and Haley Broberg as dancers; Taylor Noble, Aleah Goeke, Kennedy Deming, Halie Tisdale, Sydney Olson, Monet Bjerken, Cassidy VanderVoort, Cassie Sissel, Corinna Bickel, Kaylee Mills, Hannah Kopp, Abigail Peterson and Abigail Hillis as the brothers. The members of the chorus are Raine Hazelton, Robert Broere, Megan Maida, Katie Ostermiller, Britnee Atkinson, Mack Mercier, Karmen Peterson, Emily Hoffman, Emma Bryan, Makayla Rawson, Jocelyn Perkins, Hannah Bickel, Katrina Carter, Kendra Weatherford, Sam Ellingson, Lizzie Brown, Paige McJunkin, Maren Pollock, Bailey Brockman, Saffron Berge, Maddy Pluhar, Ashley Goss, Candace Burrows, Avery Carlson, Morgan Woody, Kenzi Anderson, Jayden Lyon, Kane Hillis, Sara Hickok, Tivonna Webb and Rylee Dennis.
11/16/2017 - 9:02am
Over 45 LHS students are busily preparing for their upcoming musical “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor DreamCoat.” This entertaining production offers a variety of musical styles from country western to calypso to rock and roll, telling the story...

Upcoming Events

  • Sunday, November 19, 2017 - 10:00am
    Sundays, 10 a.m. (closed), 8 p.m. (open), 201 1/2 E. Main St., nonsmoking
  • Monday, November 20, 2017 - 10:00am
    Mondays, 10 a.m., Thursdays, 1 p.m., Laurel Senior Center, 720 S. 4th St.
  • Monday, November 20, 2017 - 10:00am
    Third Monday, 10 am., LDS Church
  • Monday, November 20, 2017 - 11:00am
    First & third Mondays, 11 a.m., Laurel Public Library
  • Monday, November 20, 2017 - 1:00pm
    Mondays & Fridays, 1 p.m., Laurel Senior Center, 720 S. 4th St.
  • Monday, November 20, 2017 - 1:30pm
    Al-Anon, Mondays, 1:30 p.m., 201 1/2 E. Main St.

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