Monthly archive

February, 2015

  • Last week the revival of Cub S c o u t Tr o o p # 4 8 1 wa s announced in Red Lodge and on Friday, Feb. 20, District Director Matt Specht of the Boy Scouts of America announced that there will be a Boy Scout Troop #481 coming this spring. “I am meeting with area organizers to find a charter organization,” he said. The scouts teach...
  • On Fr iday, Feb. 20, Beartooth Electric Cooperative, Inc.’s (BEC) board gave members their first sign of substantial improvement after the tumultuous years of the Southern Montana Electric Generation and Transmission Cooperative, Inc. (Southern) bankruptcy, in its monthly update at Red Lodge Area Community Foundation. Interim General Manager...
  • What a vacuous week it’s been for the celebrity world. First there was the 87th Oscar Ceremony, probably one of the most boring and least funny in many a decade. Fronted by a poor host who couldn’t find a joke if it slept with him, the show slumped from one mediocre attempt to entertain to another. Aside from the endless list of bio...
  • To the Editor, In regard to the increase in our water/sewer that according to everything I have read is going to be vey large. The mayor says this system had not been looked after. Did the city not that long ago take out our meters and put in a new way of reading our meter use? What about all the work that has been done on the ponds, the bonds...
  • To the Editor, In regard to the increase in our water/sewer that according to everything I have read is going to be vey large. The mayor says this system had not been looked after. Did the city not that long ago take out our meters and put in a new way of reading our meter use? What about all the work that has been done on the ponds, the bonds...
  • To the Editor, The Rotary Club of Red Lodge had a very successful “Instant Wine Cellar” fundraiser this fall. We raised $6,500 dollars to support youth programs in our community. Thank you to all of you who participated. Whether you were enticed by the wine or the charity, you’ve helped provide an opportunity to better serve our...
  • To the Editor, In response to Earthjustice, an environmental nonprofit law firm representing some of the landowners in the zoning district, filing suit against Carbon County Commissioners, one of the things that is not being mentioned is that the Commissioners have been following the law in both their approving a resolution to set up a zoning...
  • Despite losing to Columbus in the 4B District Championship game, the Lady Rams have another bite at getting to Divisionals. The Lady Rams will play a challenge match against Shepherd at Huntley Project, Feb. 23, after the Fillies defeated Joliet 43-27 in the Consolation game. The Lady Rams lost a close final 33-27 to the Cougars. The gap between...
  • Joliet boys team lost by 15 to Shepherd in the Consolation game, Feb. 21. The final score, 55-40. Joliet were well in control of the game going into the second half, 26-22 up but failed to capitalize on their lead, allowing Shepherd back in. Scoring for Joliet were Terryn Bermes 20 and Jared Schwend 11. Joliet had beatne Red Lodge in the 1st round...