Hardin High School
HARDIN — Five students stood at a table in the Hardin High School commons Thursday morning and examined pig hearts.
Phillip Nel speaks to a class about his work during the Native American Healthy Living and Medical Careers Week at Hardin High School on Thursday. Nel is a remote medic, and his work takes him all over the world.
Hardin High Principal Rob Hankins talks about the advantages of hands-on learning during the Native American Healthy Living and Medical Careers Week on Thursday at the high school.
Mentoring in Medicine's Andrew Morrison talks about the need for more students to choose health care careers.
U.S. National Library of Medicine's Fred Wood talks about Native American Healthy Living and Medical Careers Week at Hardin High School on Thursday.
Jacob Small, right, teaches students Justin Stewart and Pixie Real Bird about the heart Thursday during the Native American Healthy Living and Medical Careers Week at Hardin High School. The instruction used a pig's heart because of its similarity to the human organ.
Teacher Chris Reed talks human anatomy with student Kade Pithech at the Native American Healthy Living and Medical Careers Week at Hardin High School on Thursday.
Bill Kehler ushered Rocky Mountain College’s library into the digital age.
Hardin's Melvin Ware and Fletcher Metcalf have signed letters of intent to join the football program at Rocky Mountain College in the fall.
You say you’re inspired by stories of people who have overcome enormous challenges on the road to success? Meet John “Bing” Ellinghouse, owner of Bi Concrete Design and Fabrication.
Hector Alvarado was not an easy teacher. But his inspiration and influence have not been forgotten by the hundreds of students he taught during his 20-year stint as an art teacher at Hardin High School.
A 21-year-old Hardin man who was sentenced on Thursday to four years in federal prison for trafficking meth apologized to his family and the community.
The women's cross country team at Rocky Mountain College includes a runner called mom.
HELENA -- The Hardin High School wrestling team has been honored as the Montana High School Association Spotlight Team of the Week.
Big Horn County voters on Tuesday narrowly approved a $7.5 million bond issue to expand and improve crowded Hardin High School.