SHEPHERD — A Shepherd man was killed in a one-vehicle crash on Highway 312 near Vermilion Road on Saturday afternoon.
The Yellowstone County Coroner’s office has identified the man as Richard John Fuchs, 63, of Shepherd. He and an unidentified man were eastbound in an experimental or custom-type vehicle on Highway 312 when the vehicle veered off the road to the south, rolled several times and landed upside-down. The crash was reported at 2:22 p.m. Saturday.
Montana Highway Patrol Trooper Tim Kucerovy said the investigation into the crash is read more
Published early due to continued crime in the local area. This story also published fully in the Yellowstone County News 10-27-17 print edition. SHEPHERD — Two men are in jail after they allegedly broke into a Huntley area home, crashed … read more
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Pre-released online due to time constraints WORDEN — Huntley Project basketball coach Kurt Kautz will be remembered at a celebration of his life on Friday at the high school where he returned a decade after his graduation to help build … read more
Mark Wandle, Huntley Project School District Superintendent, released the following statement this morning regarding last nights accident. This morning we heard the extremely sad news that Kurt Kautz, our head girls basketball coach, died last night in a vehicle accident. … read more
Originally published in the print edition of Yellowstone County News. HUNTLEY PROJECT — People whose businesses and homes have been broken into during a recent wave of burglaries are frustrated, anxious and angry about the thefts. No one had been … read more
Originally published in the 10/13/17 print publication. by Evelyn Pyburn BILLINGS — A Who’s Who of county residents, both past and present, filled the lobby of the MetraPark arena for the unveiling of the sign that will designate the Conrad Burns … read more
BILLINGS — Yellowstone County News will host and sponsor the final debate between the Billings candidates for mayor on Oct. 17. The candidate forum and debate, co-sponsored by KULR-8 Television, begins at 7 p.m. in Petro Theater at Montana State … read more
George E. Walker, 73, of Billings, returned home peacefully to his Father in Heaven on Sept. 25, 2017, and was welcomed by his family and friends. George was born on Sept. 27, 1944 in Wolf Point, to Harold Eugene Walker … read more