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Rocky volleyball tightens grip at No. 1

Rocky volleyball tightens grip at No. 1

Rocky Mountain College traipsed all over the nation en route to becoming the NAIA's No. 1 volleyball team — and the Battlin' Bears tightened their grip on the top spot in this week's Top 25 coaches poll after sweeping two matches at home.

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Rocky-Carroll clash is NAIA's football game of the week

When Rocky Mountain College and Carroll College collide on Saturday afternoon in Billings, it will be more than a Frontier Conference football showdown.

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River cleanup by volunteer crew yields bounty of refuse

River cleanup by volunteer crew yields bounty of refuse

Saturday dawned clear and sunny, making it a perfect day to get out on the Yellowstone River.

September 13, 2014 6:00 pm Photos

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Trucks are loaded with rusty metal, tires, and other debris

Trucks are loaded with rusty metal, tires, and other debris

Trucks are loaded with rusty metal, tires, and other debris from the Yellowstone River at the midway collection point at Norm’s Island on Saturday.

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Megan Poulette and Renee Seacor

Megan Poulette and Renee Seacor

Rocky Mountain College assistant professor Megan Poulette, center, and student Renee Seacor put trash collected from the river into a pickup truck at a collection point at Norm’s Island on Saturday.

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Zach Farrand and Luke Ward

Zach Farrand and Luke Ward

Rocky Mountain College student Zach Farrand, left, and assistant professor Luke Ward, right, unload garbage collected from the Yellowstone River to a collection point at Norm’s Island on Saturday.

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A headstone

A headstone

A headstone was found by volunteers during the annual Yellowstone River Cleanup on Saturday. On Tuesday, efforts were underway to return it to the owner.

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Short tenure: New Rocky enrollment VP no longer at college

Short tenure: New Rocky enrollment VP no longer at college

John Clayton, who was hired in June as vice president for enrollment services at Rocky Mountain College, is no longer employed at the college.

September 12, 2014 5:15 pm Photos

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Rocky football travels to MSU-Northern

HAVRE -- The ninth-ranked Rocky Mountain College football team travels to Montana State Northern for a Frontier Conference game on Saturday.

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Yellowstone Kelly's gravestone hit with orange fluorescent paint

Yellowstone Kelly's gravestone hit with orange fluorescent paint

If Yellowstone Kelly is turning over in his grave, it’s likely he now has an orange backside.

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Yellowstone River cleanup set for Saturday

Volunteers will gather Saturday for a daylong Yellowstone River cleanup beginning at the Duck Creek fishing access and wrapping up at Coulson Park.

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Jackson's Lela Rossold sets the ball

Jackson's Lela Rossold sets the ball

Jackson's Lela Rossold sets the ball during a match against Worland at the Montana Wyoming Border Wars Volleyball Tournament at Rocky Mountain College.

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Central's Alix Elliot bumps the ball

Central's Alix Elliot bumps the ball

Central's Alix Elliott bumps the ball Saturday during a match against Hardin at the Montana Wyoming Border Wars Volleyball Tournament at Rocky Mountain College.

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Worland players jump to block a spike

Worland players jump to block a spike

Worland's Shayna Soderstrom, left, and Sakoya Jones, right, jump to block a spike by Jackson's Nikky Johnson on Saturday during a match at the Montana Wyoming Border Wars Volleyball Tournament at Rocky Mountain College.

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Laurel players celebrate

Laurel players celebrate

Laurel players Abbie Lohof, left, Sarah Wiscomb, middle, and Maesa Story, right, celebrate after scoring a point Saturday during a match against Thermopolis at the Montana Wyoming Border Wars Volleyball Tournament at Rocky Mountain College.

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Central's Clarin Mirrada sets the ball

Central's Clarin Mirrada sets the ball

Central's Clarin Mirrada, right, sets the ball Saturday during a match against Hardin at the Montana Wyoming Border Wars Volleyball Tournament at Rocky Mountain College.

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Central's Jade Harrison spikes the ball

Central's Jade Harrison spikes the ball

Central's Jade Harrison, right, spikes the ball as Hardin's Ashley Uffelman attempts to block her Saturday during the Montana Wyoming Border Wars Volleyball Tournament at Rocky Mountain College.

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Worland's Charlee Townsend spikes the ball

Worland's Charlee Townsend spikes the ball

Worland's Charlee Townsend, left, spikes the ball Saturday during a match against Jackson at the Montana Wyoming Border Wars Volleyball Tournament at Rocky Mountain College.

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Montana Wyoming Border Wars

Montana Wyoming Border Wars

Laurel's Maesa Story spikes the ball Saturday during a match against Thermopolis at the Montana Wyoming Border Wars Volleyball Tournament at Rocky Mountain College.

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Laurel's head coach Nikki Burke

Laurel's head coach Nikki Burke

Laurel's head coach Nikki Burke encourages her team during a match against Thermopolis at the Montana Wyoming Border Wars Volleyball Tournament at Rocky Mountain College.

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