Saturday, March 25, 2017

The current Stillwater County Courthouse will be at least partially renovated.
Stillwater County Commissioner Mark Crago is not giving up on his proposal that would meet multiple needs involving county office space, the library and a recreation center.
LB Segeberg with his trophy.
In Ms. Chamberlin’s kindergarten class on Tuesday, LB Segeberg brought an impressive item for show and tell. Segeberg hauled in a trophy almost the size of himself, his bounty from a big wrestling tournament he attended over the weekend with the Stillwater Wrestling Club.
The tom turkey (on the left) and the female walk down the sidewalk on North Fourth Street earlier this winter.
After spending more than five months cruising the business and residential areas of Columbus, the wild male turkey that had become a fixture in the city was found dead.
Absarokee seventh grader Claire Hatch taking her turn at the Treasure State Spelling Bee.
Absarokee seventh grader Claire Hatch competed in the Treasure State Spelling Bee in Billings last Saturday, supported by her parents and her English teacher from Absarokee Junior High School LouAnne Atkinson.
A registered sex offender was arraigned on his second offense Thursday in district court. Joseph Wayne Marsh, 36, was charged with one felony count of sexual abuse of children following an investigation during which child pornography was found in his possession. Marsh entered a plea of not guilty.
The grant process for three new proposed segments of walking path was given the green light by the Columbus City Council at last week’s meeting. Marissa Hauge, coordinator of the Stillwater County Economic Development Department and grant writer for the project, presented the plan to council members.
The current Stillwater County Courthouse will be at least partially renovated.
LB Segeberg with his trophy.
The tom turkey (on the left) and the female walk down the sidewalk on North Fourth Street earlier this winter.
Absarokee seventh grader Claire Hatch taking her turn at the Treasure State Spelling Bee.

Show of support

It was standing room only last Saturday at the 307 Bar & Grill as the community came together in support of three families currently enduring serious medical situations.

Obituaries

Bonnie Campbell passed away March 9, 2017, just shy of her 92nd birthday.