Monthly archive

September, 2014

  • Mitzi Vorachek is a promising candidate for the Montana House of Representatives and I unreservedly recommend her to Carbon County voters. I have known and worked with Mitzi as far back as the late '90s. She is quick to assimilate fact, has an unerring sense of logic, and possesses extraordinary people skills. When facing an issue, she seeks...
  • The upcoming election of Carbon County's next state representative for House District 58 will surely reflect whether the local electorate is bound to party affiliation or if it has the good judgment to choose the most qualified candidate. I recently attended a Rotary Club luncheon to hear from Mitzi Vorachek and Seth Berglee. I admit that I...
  • Carbon County earned over $73.2 million in tourist money last year according to statistics from Mike Garcia, Director of Voices of Montana Tourism. He was speaking at the public meeting at the Elk’s Lodge, Red Lodge, last week. Carbon County was one of 20 counties in Montana to get over $20 million in tourist money. Also present at the...
  • Noreen, The Outlaw Queen was at the Bull ‘n’ Bear last Saturday, playing from her vast treasure chest of Country and Western songs.
  • The High Country Cowboys played the Pollard Pub last weekend, entertaining people with their brand of old time Country and Western songs.
  • BRIDGER IN TIGHT BATTLE A first half encounter that wasn’t served by the final scoreline of 33-21 to Billings Christian (BC). Bridger gave it everything they had, keeping BC to with 6 points through the 1st and 2nd quarters, and the Zentner boys, Ryan and Colton, making sure BC knew of their presence. They were involved in all three...
  • Fromberg-Belfry girls’ volleyball fought Rimrock Christian (RC) tooth and nail last Friday fight. After losing the first quarter 25-16, they zoomed into a commanding lead in the second quarter at 18-9. RC clawed their way back to 19-15. Nerves and belief were etched into the Fromberg- Belfry girls who maintained and forced the Warriors into...
  • Michael G. Kane, 88, of Red Lodge passed away on Thursday, July 10, 2014 at Cedar Wood Healthcare. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014 at St . Agne s Ca tho l i c Church in Red Lodge. The family will share memories with friends at a luncheon following the service.