Tuesday, February 20, 2018

A new portable reader board is ready to go the next time the snow flies.
Emergency responders now have one more tool to keep them safe and alert motorists to crash scenes.
Ava Taber poses with Columbus Police Department Animal Control Officer Christine Deacon after donating a box of goodies to the Columbus animal shelter.
Ava Taber is a 4-year-old who lives near Reed Point. She likes to play games, draw pictures, and is a very active little girl. This preschooler also has a huge heart. Following the loss of the family’s dog, Duke, Ava wanted to do something special to remember her friend.
The scenario is getting almost routine. A stolen vehicle shows up in Stillwater County. Law enforcement responds, a pursuit ensues and, fortunately, the suspects are caught.
Rev. Tracy Heilman
February is Black History month. In my Children’s Time last Sunday, I shared the book I bought for my daughter when she was in primary school. The book is called In Just One Day, in which family members realize how many of our everyday conveniences are inventions by African Americans, such as elevators’ automatic doors and dry cleaning.
Columbus junior Morgan Kirch shoots the ball against Red Lodge.
GIRLS The Cougars have done it. As the regular season came to a close last weekend, Columbus earned the top spot in the 4B district going into tournament time.
Junior Dylan Raihl (145) earned all-state honors at the Class B-C State Wrestling Tournament this past weekend. Raihl used an exciting quarter-final overtime win to propel him to a fifth place finish on Saturday.
A new portable reader board is ready to go the next time the snow flies.
Ava Taber poses with Columbus Police Department Animal Control Officer Christine Deacon after donating a box of goodies to the Columbus animal shelter.
Rev. Tracy Heilman
Columbus junior Morgan Kirch shoots the ball against Red Lodge.

Evening Ride

The scenario is getting almost routine.
A stolen vehicle shows up in Stillwater County. Law enforcement responds, a pursuit ensues and, fortunately, the suspects are caught.

Stacking it deep

The weather guys called the shot and once again, they proved to be right on the money, as a storm system brought more than a foot of new snow to parts of Stillwater County between Saturday and this

Obituaries

William Richard “Dick” Crockford of Dillon, Mont., 65, passed away from a heart attack early Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018.