A 29-year-old man accused of firing a handgun in Lodge Grass city limits pleaded not guilty to several misdemeanor charges in Big Horn County Justice Court on Wednesday morning.
Victor H. Nomee Jr., 30, of Lodge Grass, died in a motorcycle crash near Lodge Grass on Wednesday, said Terry Bullis, Big Horn County coroner.
One person is dead after motorcycle accident near Lodge Grass on Wednesday morning, according to the Montana Highway Patrol.
Monique C. Russell, 18, has been identified as the Crow Agency woman who died in a single vehicle wreck north of Lodge Grass on Monday morning.
LODGE GRASS — The discovery of up to two dozen horses shot dead and dumped in a field has angered people in this reservation town.
Another 2 inches of snow is expected in Billings on Monday evening and will likely continue through Tuesday, but at levels less than originally anticipated.
On any list of Montana’s greatest high school basketball coaches, Gordon Real Bird Sr. ranks near the top. He coached run-and-gun Lodge Grass High School to five state Class B championships in the late 1980s, was a four-time Montana Coach of the Year, was nominated for national Coach of the …
A disagreement between Lodge Grass and the Crow Tribe over unpaid water bills at a subdivision may soon be resolved, according to Ron Arneson, the town’s attorney.
Two Lodge Grass residents died Friday night on Highway 463 when they were struck by a woman driving a Ford Fusion.
A day after 65-year-old Lodge Grass Acting Mayor Birdie Lion Shows was released from jail, a Crow tribal judge Tuesday again found the mayor and other town officials in contempt.
Elvis could always pack the place. Not Elvis Presley. Elvis Old Bull.
Three people killed in a rollover crash on Tuesday have been identified as Kassie E. Bulltail, 26, Winston Pretty On Top, 51, and Elvis Old Bull, 42.
A Crow Tribal judge freed the acting mayor of Lodge Grass on Monday afternoon, two days after she turned herself in for allegedly violating a court order.
At 80 years old, Pansy Hugs has lived in the same home in the Johnny Wilson Acres subdivision near Lodge Grass for the past three decades.
Lodge Grass clerk and treasurer Rae Dawn Ten Bear gathers documents related to a battle between the town and Crow Tribe as residents of Johnny Wilson Acres spent another day without water.
Ben Bear Below, left, and Ira Dust fill water jugs from a truck as residents of Johnny Wilson Acres at Lodge Grass spent another day without water after a dispute between the town and the Crow Tribe.
Ben Bear Below talks about his neighborhood as residents of Johnny Wilson Acres at Lodge Grass spent another day without water after a dispute between the town and the Crow Tribe.
Taverah Cummins, age 2, looks at her baby sister Tazra in a house with three adults and nine children as residents of Johnny Wilson Acres at Lodge Grass spent another day without water after a dispute between the town and the Crow Tribe.
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