The body of a missing Crow Agency man was recovered on Monday, March 28 in Hardin, the Big Horn County Sheriff’s Office reported in a press release today. The body of a 79-year old Frederick Knows His Gun, Jr., was found just blocks away from Big Horn Hospital where he was last seen, witnesses said.Continue reading “Body of Missing Crow Agency Man Found”
Crow tribal citizens are still fighting to exercise off-reservation hunting rights in Wyoming after a U.S. Supreme Court victory more than two and a half years ago and recent state court wins.
A man who left his house early Saturday morning has been found. Keven Howe made contact with his family about 7 p.m., according to a family spokesperson. Family members and search team members located Howe and returned him home to Wyola where he was evaluated by emergency medical personnel.
Howe is 5’11” and weight 235. He was last seen wearing a blue sweatshirt with white lettering, green pants and black shoes.
All Lodge Grass Public School students will be remote learning from home on Monday, Jan. 3, because of a waterline breakage in the the high school, according to the LGPS website.
The Office of Public Instruction has announced a grant partnership that will distribute the $2.8 million Montana Afterschool Grant to several programs and school districts statewide, State Superintendent Elsie Arntzen said in a press release.
A Wyoming high court ruled on Dec. 3 that the state could no longer prevent Crow Tribal hunters from asserting their treaty-guaranteed hunting rights based solely on older, lower-court decisions.
Due to weather and road conditions, Lodge Grass Public Schools, Pryor Public Schools, St Charles Mission School in Pryor and Pretty Eagle Catholic Academy in St. Xavier will all run on a delayed schedule Wednesday, December 15.
Due to road conditions, Pryor Public Schools will start on a delayed schedule.