Nicholas Fortier and Randy Franco show off their Championship cats. (courtesy photo)
Originally published in the 5/19/17 YCN newspaper- by Brady Flaten
HUNTLEY — The 11th annual Yellowstone Challenge Catfish Tournament once again threw the top catfish anglers in Montana a curve ball.
With erratic spring weather, this tourney consistently provides inconsistent and unpredictable conditions.
Due to unseasonably warm temperatures during the week leading up to the event, the river swelled to over 30,000 cubic feet per second, with water levels rising nearly a foot on tournament day. The increased flows created a makeshift obstacle course on the water with floating debris, trees and branches requiring extra attention during river navigation.
Throw in some afternoon rain showers and it was setting up to be an intriguing day on the water.
The anglers, however, were up to the challenge and knocked this curve ball out of the park. An amazing 47 read more
HUNTLEY — Class B football across Montana will look a lot different next fall. Last week, the Montana High School Association approved a realignment that removes 11 schools from Class B. Libby and Ronan will move up to Class A. … read more
by Jonathan McNiven-Originally published in the print edition 11/18/16 of the Yellowstone County News. BOZEMAN — The Huntley Project Lady Devils continued the long-standing tradition to bring home another state trophy at the State Class B Volleyball Tournament in Bozeman … read more
The first of many Honor/Sports pages have been published in the Yellowstone County News print edition in the 10/14/16 edition. The first of the pages are published before the teams, entities or groups attend either tournaments, festivals or conventions through … read more
The Shepherd Mustangs and Fillies swept the 4B District competition in Columbus on February 18, 19 and 20 each winning District Championships. The Fillies continued their winning streak throughout the season and tournaments and are sitting undefeated at 20-0. The … read more
With anticipation of another great run, the Huntley Project Lady Red Devils have added another trophy to their collection with a 2nd place finish at the State Class B Volleyball tournament in Brick Breeden Fieldhouse in Bozeman. Saturdays Championship game against … read more
Ballantine, MT – Adam Vogel of Ballantine had his black bear skull officially measured by a Boone and Crockett representative and confirmed that the black bear that was shot and killed two months ago is officially the state record by … read more