Jun 9, 2013
Great Falls Tribune
Wyola woman gets prison for wrong-way DUI
A 22-year-old Wyola woman has been sentenced to nearly four years in prison for a wrong-way drunken driving crash on Interstate 90 near the Crow Indian Reservation that critically injured three people in the other vehicle.
The Billings Outpost
New magazine to focus on native life, issues
Bethany Yellowtail, 23, a Northern Cheyenne Tribal Member also with Crow descent, has come a long way from the tiny town of Wyola on the Crow Indian Reservation to where she now resides in Los Angeles and holds the title of first patternmaker on the design team of hip-hop mogul Russell Simon's popular urban clothing line Baby Phat.
Crow Water Project Focuses on Healthy Drinking Water
Although local, state and federal officials visited Wyola and Lodge Grass schools in April to emphasize the importance of clean drinking water and to offer free well testing, members of the Crow Water Project want area residents to know that testing is still available.
Montana man pleads guilty to eagle crime in SD
Thirty-three-year-old Ernie Stewart of Wyola, Mont., faces up to a year in prison and a $100,000 fine when he is sentenced March 30.
Transit comes to the Crow Nation
Considering the high unemployment and poverty levels in the very rural Crow Nation, we badly needed a transit system.