A suspect, that was just apprehended in Shepherd, is being transported to a vehicle after a days events of robberies, thefts and crash that started in Huntley and ended in Shepherd at Osness Rd and Frey Rd. Sheriff Mike Linder had not been able to identify the suspects at the time these pictures were released. (Jonathan McNiven photo)
UPDATE: Two names Mark Alexander Stief, 20, and Bryce Leconte Adams, 20, were booked in the Yellowstone County Detention Facility Monday evening, according to records on the website.
SHEPHERD — Two suspects were arrested Monday afternoon after allegedly breaking into a home in Huntley, fleeing the scene and crashing at Osness and Frey roads.
Sheriff Mike Linder said Monday that he was unable to identify the two men, who were arrested after someone called in a report of “a couple of suspicious people walking in the area.”
One of the men had a warrant seeking his arrest on another charge, Linder said.
He said he had few details as the arrests had just happened.
“They’re still out there with them read more
Originally published in the 10/20/17 print edition of Yellowstone County News BILLINGS — Billings mayoral candidates Bill Cole and Jeff Essmann squared off for a final debate before ballots went out by mail on Wednesday for the Nov. 7 election. … read more
– Originally published in the 10/20/2017 print edition of Yellowstone County News. LOCKWOOD — The Lockwood Water and Sewer District launched a new project at its meeting last week, the rebuilding of the Raw Water Intake and Treatment Plant. … read more
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
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
Originally published in the 9/22/17 print edition of Yellowstone County News. LOCKWOOD — Despite the continuation of a drizzling rain, a number of parents and students turned out Saturday for the Kickoff Rally for the Lockwood High School election campaign … read more
Originally published in the 9/22/17 print edition of Yellowstone County News. BALLANTINE — A Ballantine family has launched a new septic tank service business. Christopher and Shauna Calentine believe their new business will dovetail with their ranch and trucking businesses. … read more
Originally published in the print edition of the Yellowstone County News. BILLINGS — One of the most significant differences in positions between the two candidates running for mayor of Billings is their support for a proposed local option tax. A … read more
Originally published in the 9/22/17 print edition of Yellowstone County News. WORDEN — Teachers in the Huntley Project School District will receive raises and increased health insurance contributions under a one-year contract approved by the school board. The agreement caps … read more
Published in the 9/22/17 print edition of Yellowstone County News. WORDEN — A Worden man has been sentenced to 20 years incarceration with 15 years suspended for sexual assault involving a minor victim. District Judge Mary Jane Knisely sentenced Dallas … read more
Originally published in the 8/22/17 print edition of Yellowstone County News. BILLINGS — Big Sky Economic Development (BSED) is making two donations and a loan commitment that will help put the campaigns to build state-of-the-art science buildings on two college … read more
Originally published in the 9/15/17 print edition of YCN. LOCKWOOD — An open house to update the community on the progress of the Billings Bypass will be held on Thursday, Sept. 28, 6-7:30 pm at the Eileen Johnson Middle School Commons … read more
Originally published in the 9/15/17 print edition of the Yellowstone County News. BILLINGS — Mayoral candidates Bill Cole and Jeff Essmann will advance to the general election after receiving the most votes in Tuesday’s primary. Cole received 7,826 votes, or … read more
Originally published in the Yellowstone County News 9/8/17 print edition. LOCKWOOD — The Lockwood Community Education Committee will host a kickoff rally on Sept. 16 as it begins a door-to-door campaign about the Lockwood high school proposal. The kickoff rally … read more
Originally published in the 9/1/17 print edition of Yellowstone County News. WORDEN — Huntley Project High School is lining up a full week of activities to celebrate Homecoming 2017. It’s just occurring slightly later in the season than they thought it … read more
Originally published in the 8/25/17 print edition of Yellowstone County News. LOCKWOOD — The economics of unit trains and improving technology are making possible the building of a new mega fertilizer plant by Town & Country Supply Association near Lockwood. Construction … read more
Originally published in the 8/25/17 print edition of Yellowstone County News. LOCKWOOD — The Lockwood School Board unanimously approved a resolution asking the County Superintendent of Schools to hold an election to determine if the public supports the proposal to expand … read more