Tuesday, February 21, 2017

More than two months after going missing, the body of a man believed to have fallen into the Yellowstone River has apparently been recovered.
Stillwater County Search and Rescue members Chad Arnold, Jake Hover and Tyler Luxner  used Ground Penetrating Radar and cameras to search under an ice shelf Saturday morning on the Yellowstone River at Itch-Kep-Pe Park.
SATURDAY - FEB. 18, 2017 1:10 P.M. Search crews are on scene at the Yellowstone River at Itch-Kep-Pe Park in Columbus as efforts have resumed to recover the body of a man believed to have fallen into the river last December.
Angel Guzman-Banderos
Two men caught with almost nine pounds of methamphetamine on I-90 will be spending the next 10 years in federal prison and then be turned over to the Bureau of Immigration.
Fishtail students Blaze Taylor and Abigal Cavender did their part in making Valentine’s for area senior citizens.
Thanks to the efforts of eight groups, Project Hope was able to send out 275 Valentines to senior citizens throughout Stillwater County this year as part of the organization’s annual Valentine project.
There will be no charges filed in a fatal vehicle versus bicycle accident on Highway 10 last summer that claimed the life of a Park City man and injured his young grandson.
From the left: Meaghan Reed, Sam Murfitt, Emma Clinton, Travis McKenney, Sabrina Mann, and Jezebel Robuck
The poetic verse and meter of greats such as Alfred, Lord Tennyson, Edgar Allan Poe, and Langston Hughes filled the Columbus High School cafeteria Saturday morning.
Stillwater County Search and Rescue members Chad Arnold, Jake Hover and Tyler Luxner  used Ground Penetrating Radar and cameras to search under an ice shelf Saturday morning on the Yellowstone River at Itch-Kep-Pe Park.
Angel Guzman-Banderos
Fishtail students Blaze Taylor and Abigal Cavender did their part in making Valentine’s for area senior citizens.
From the left: Meaghan Reed, Sam Murfitt, Emma Clinton, Travis McKenney, Sabrina Mann, and Jezebel Robuck

Obituaries

Roberta Gayle Reeves High passed away Sunday morning, Feb. 5, 2017, at the Tobacco Root Care Center.