Category: Shepherd

Homecoming week postponed for Huntley Project,

Originally published in the 8/25/17 print edition of Yellowstone County News. WORDEN — Huntley Project High School’s Homecoming has been postponed until the week of Oct. 2-7. HP Superintendent Mark Wandle said the original schedule changed because Poplar was unable…

Tester’s Hypocrisy on Dark Money

By Austin Knudsen, Montana Speaker of the House. In April, Sen. Jon Tester joined an unsuccessful partisan effort to filibuster Judge Neil Gorsuch’s nomination to the Supreme Court. To justify his actions, Tester said at the time, “With Judge Gorsuch…

Project Meats back to making jerky

Originally published in the 6/2/17 Yellowstone County News print edition. SHEPHERD — Jerky is back on the shelf at S & T Project Meats, and the Shepherd-based business went back into the production of jerky this week. State inspectors demanded…

Make hay while the sun shines

Originally published in the Yellowstone County News print edition on 6/2/17. HUNTLEY — Local growers are making hay while the sun shines. Steve Lackman, Montana State University extension agent in Yellowstone County, said Tuesday that he’s surprised by how much…

mobile home taxes expected to increase

Originally published in the 5/12/17 print edition of the Yellowstone County News.   YELLOWSTONE COUNTY— A change in how the Montana Department of Revenue (DOR) assesses mobile homes means that many mobile home owners will see an increase in their…