Tuesday, July 28, 2015

A muck truck brings material out of the east portal of the Nye mine site.
For the second time in two months, USW International Union Local 11-0001 members have rejected a proposed labor contract recommended by the union negotiating committee and the Stillwater Mining Company (SMC) for the Nye site and processing facility in Columbus.
Updated July 23,2015 at 1:30 p.m.
Fifty-six teams went nose to snout at the wildly popular pig wrestling competition at the Stillwater County 4-H/FFA Fair last Friday night. Only 12 teams managed to get their pig in the barrel and are listed below: PeeWee (ages 4-8), Intermediate (ages 9-15 Yrs old), Women (age 16 up) amd Men/Mixed.
Tim Russell
Tim Russell takes a seat at the baby grand piano in the living room of his home on the Stillwater River. The early morning summer air is suddenly filled with beautiful music as Russell closes his eyes and plays.
Billings Police Department officers took turns in bite suits during certification at the Columbus High School football field.
In the law enforcement world, K-9s can be tools of almost immeasurable value. In a time when most officers work without partners and back-up help is generally not immediate, a highly-trained, fiercely loyal set of sharp teeth goes a long way in controlling dangerous situations.
The Stillwater County 4-H/FFA Fair kicked into action Sunday and was running at full song by Tuesday afternoon. Tuesday morning saw the dog obedience and showmanship event in the open arena while the miniature horse competition was conducted simultaneously in the covered arena less than 100 yards away.
A muck truck brings material out of the east portal of the Nye mine site.
Tim Russell
Billings Police Department officers took turns in bite suits during certification at the Columbus High School football field.

Obituaries

James “Jim” Royden Carney played his last round of golf. 

The Stillwater County News

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 659
Columbus, MT 59019
 
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Columbus, MT 59019

 
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