Ashley’s Walk returns, includes search for Arden Pepion

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Kimberly Loring, seen here speaking at the University of Montana in May, organized the first Ashley’s Walk in 2018, one year after her sister, Ashley Loring HeavyRunner, went missing from the Blackfeet Reservation. Saturday’s walk will also mark the four-year anniversary of Ashley’s disappearance.

Ashley’s Walk will start at 10 a.m. at the Blackfeet Community College and go to the Museum of the Plains Indian, which will be followed by a search for Arden Pepion on Saturday afternoon and a search for Leo Wagner on Sunday morning.

Zoe Buchli

After taking 2020 off because of the pandemic, Ashley’s Walk will return this Saturday in Browning to honor missing and murdered Indigenous persons.

The walk will start at 10 a.m. at Blackfeet Community College and go to the Museum of

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