Iona Stookey – Huntley Project Volleyball Head Coach
Originally published in the 8/11/17 print edition of Yellowstone County News.
WORDEN — Huntley Project High School volleyball coach Iona Stookey officially joined the Montana Coaches Association Hall of Fame last week.
Her induction with the Class of 2017 was announced in April.
Stookey, who has coached at the school for 27 years, is also a read more
Original published in the 8/4/17 print edition of YCN. WORDEN — A man whose body was pulled from the Yellowstone River near Worden on Monday has been identified as read more
HOMESTEADER PARK — The Friday night Homesteader Days concert features a veteran country singer and an up-and-coming Wyoming band, along with perennial crowd favorites Bucky Beaver Ground Grippers. Chancy Williams and the Younger Brothers Band open the show at 7 … read more
Originally published in the 6/30/17 print edition of Yellowstone County News. HUNTLEY PROJECT — About 80 people turned out on Saturday to celebrate both history and progress. Saturday’s events marked the 110th anniversary of irrigation on the Huntley Project, the transformation … read more
Originally published in the 6/30/17 print edition of Yellowstone County News. WORDEN — A group of people who broke into Project Little League’s concession stand at Hansen Park are still on the lam with a large, red plastic box and … read more
Originally published in the Yellowstone County News print edition on 6/2/17. HUNTLEY — Local growers are making hay while the sun shines. Steve Lackman, Montana State University extension agent in Yellowstone County, said Tuesday that he’s surprised by how much … read more
Published in the 5/5/17 edition of Yellowstone County News. WORDEN — Huntley Project Technology and CTE Director Mark Branger was one of three new members welcomed into the ACTE Region V Hall of Fame during the opening session of … read more
Originally published in the 5/5/17 print edition of Yellowstone County News. HUNTLEY PROJECT — Three educators from the Huntley Project School District are teaming up to run the New York City Marathon in a few months to raise money for … read more
HUNTLEY PROJECT — Incumbent Steve Erb and challenger Brooke Logan bested a field of seven candidates for two seats on the Huntley Project School Board in Tuesday’s election. In the School District 24 race, Erb received 588 votes. Logan received … read more
Originally published in the Yellowstone County News print edition. HUNTLEY — An annual catfish tournament next weekend will bring about 60 two-person teams to fish the Yellowstone River. The Yellowstone Challenge begins Friday, May 12, with a calcutta and social … read more
Originally published in the print edition 4/21/17. WASHINGTON – America’s farmers and ranchers will soon have the opportunity to represent agriculture in their communities and industry by taking part in the 2017 Census of Agriculture. Conducted every five years by … read more
Worden, MT-Huntley Project’s High School Principal Mark Wandle has accepted the Superintendent position last night at the Huntley Project School Board meeting. He will be replacing retiring Superintendent Wes Coy, who announced he will be leaving at the end of … read more
Magic bullet for the outdoors? The U.S. Army looking for a biodegradable bullet to cut down on current rounds that can corrode and pollute soil and water. Stipulation is new ammo contain seeds that produce food for animals without any ill … read more
WORDEN — Nine people have applied to become the new superintendent of Huntley Project Schools. A superintendent search committee was to meet Wednesday night to begin the screening process and form a timeline to select a replacement for Wes Coy, … read more
Originally published in the Yellowstone County News print edition HUNTLEY — The Huntley water depot was out of order again this week, leaving customers without water and Huntley water and sewer district employees frustrated. District manager T.J. Mueller said Wednesday … read more
Originally published in the print edition of Yellowstone County News WORDEN — Wes Coy is retiring as superintendent at Huntley Project Schools but will remain in education. Coy announced his intent to retire on June 30 at special meeting of … read more
Originally published in print edition of Yellowstone County News -by Evelyn Pyburn SHEPHERD — A plan being developed for ambulance service in the county could mean that 70 percent of the rural population of Yellowstone County would be within 10 … read more
by Judy Killen-originally published in the 1/6/17 print edition of YCN. WORDEN — The new fire station planned for Huntley may also house ambulances for the proposed countywide ambulance service. Lance Taylor, chief of the Worden Volunteer Fire Department … read more
WORDEN — An early dose of holiday spirit drew record numbers out on the town Friday night for the Worden Christmas Stroll. Linda Holmes, one of the event organizers, said an estimated 450 people attended the annual event, a number … read more
Huntley Christmas Stroll Details Don’t forget about the 17th Annual Huntley Christmas Stroll coming up on Sat. Dec. 17th in Huntley. This year’s event is sure to surpass last year’s event in that visitors have a lot to look forward … read more