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Monthly archive

April, 2016

  • Lt. Governor Mike Cooney came to town to award the students at Red Lodge High School for their recycling efforts. This is their second “Smart Schools” award and banner. Cooney lauded the all the students gathered in the common area for having recycled 15.1 lbs. per student in just the last four months. “Governor Bullock and I are...
  • To the Editor, I feel compelled to comment on the new signs for parking on Broadway. Red Lodge would like to welcome all visitors, however please note that no one can park on Broadway for more than 4 hours. Thus we have now set a limit to the time visitors can stay??? Odd way to welcome the tourists.   Cheryl Tower Red Lodge
  • To the Editor, …bicycles, chainsaws, helicopters and other motor vehicles, timber cutting, mining, oil & gas exploration, roads, dams. All these special interests are constantly knocking at the door, trying to get into Wilderness. Federally designated Wilderness areas were created in accordance with the Wilderness Act of 1964. The Act...
  • To the Editor, Having received it’s first “resident” in 1884, this part of Red Lodge has continued to grow over the years. Many of the “characters” that have graced our town with their presence are still here. Heroic individuals who have served our country in war time and in peace time, including one from the Civil...
  • Joliet boys and girls led the way last week for Carbon County teams at the Sunshine track meet held at Columbus High School and hosted by Big Timber. Joliet boys finished 2nd on 80 points while the girls took home 5th place and 44 points. Other schools involved, Red Lodge boys finished 9th with 20 points, Bridger 16th with 4 points and Roberts...
  • Wendy Mayes McCall was born in 1939 to Florence and Fredrick Mayes in Kettering, U.K. She was a beloved wife, mother, and grandmother. She lived a full life complete with traveling all around the world. She lived in numerous countries and states, resulting in having lived on 4 different continents with her husband and daughter making lifelong...
  • Bobbie Marjory Ostrum, age 87, died peacefully on April 13, 2016 at her home in West Park Village. Bobbie is survived by her daughter, Robin Ostrum; and the joy of her life, her three granddaughters, Tana, Bailey and Danika.  Bobbie is also survived by her sister, Billie Becotte.  Preceding Bobbie in Death were her parents, Bob and...
  • To the Editor, Mitzi Vorachek, former candidate for MT House in our district, hosted the breakfast with US House Candidate Denise Juneau last Saturday at the Pollard.  She also made sure it was well publicized. Denise is an incredible candidate. Watch out, Ryan Zinke. Thanks Mitzi. Katy Kern Red Lodge