Monthly archive

March, 2015

  • It’s not often our cell phones go off while watching a film at the Roman. In fact I don’t think it’s ever happened before but on Monday night last the bloody things wouldn’t quit. Fortunately the phones were on vibrate so we didn’t disturb any one else, but having your thigh suddenly feel like it is being assaulted by...
  • A field trip by Belfry students to Washington D.C. turned into more than a history lesson when one of the students suffered a heart attack as he got on to a bus taking them around the sites. Hunter Pulse, an 8th grader at the school, was helped by members of the school staff along with EMS Captain Joel Acree with York County Fire and Rescue, who...
  • The body of man found at the base of a rock cliff along Yellowstone River near Park City has been identified as Robert Cantu, 49, of Salida, Colorado. An autopsy conducted by the Carbon County Sheriff’s Department confirmed Cantu died of injuries falling from a cliff face onto some rocks below. Cantu appeared to be a transient said the...
  • On Saturday, March 14th, the families, friends and students of Carbon County gathered at the Arts Guild to celebrate yet another successful student art show.  Every year, the Carbon County Arts Guild challenges the area students to create works of art for display.  Students from all grades and from many of the...
  • “The Times They Are A Changin’,” sang Bob Dylan more than 50 years ago, and indeed they seem to be doing just that. Recently, five students from Ronan High School, facing drug-distribution charges, and a Bozeman High School student caught with marijuana, have all been reinstated to their respective schools, albeit with...
  • On March 1, 2015, the world lost a beloved husband, father, and friend. Richard Allyn Bullock was born on Oct. 9, 1943, in San Diego, California. His parents, Pearl H. Motzkus and Orrin C. Bullock, had come to San Diego from Missouri to work during World War II. Richard had a wonderful childhood filled with sports, going to the beach, and playing...
  • The last surviving child of Arvid and Ellen Wilson, long-time area residents, has passed away in Bell, California, as she neared her 105th birthday. Esther and her siblings Bertha, Martha and William A., were all born in Red Lodge, where their father worked in the coalmines. While young children, the family moved to their homestead farm in the...
  • Updated Story From 03/26/15 Roberts School Superintendent Alex Ator said the 4 day school week calendar and schedules passed the board on a 2-year trial, at 4-1. “So Roberts will be doing a 4 day calendar in 15-16 and 16-17,’ he said. More on the story next week. See www.roberts.k12.mt.us for information.   Story From 03/19/15...
  • The National Finals Ski-Joring Races took place last weekend at the Home of Champions Rodeo Grounds, west of Red Lodge. Hosted by the Red Lodge Ski-Joring Association.  To see more photos  click here. Download the offical results below.