Monthly archive

May, 2015

  • Richard E. Julio, 52, of Red Lodge, passed away from cancer Monday at the Beartooth Billings Clinic in Red Lodge. Richard was born in Butte, and worked as a journeyman meat cutter at the Beartooth Market. He is survived by his wife, Julie Julio; 4 sisters; 1 brother; and 1 son. Smith-Olcott Funeral Chapel is assisting with arrangements.
  • Charlie Hall, 66 of Red Lodge went to be with the Lord after passing away suddenly from a heart attack in his sleep on May 17, 2015.  Charlie was born to Tony and Amy Hall and raised in Billings, graduating from Senior High School in 1967. He married his wife, Margene of 45 years, in 1970. They moved to Red Lodge in 1977 and built a home on a...
  • When 20 Silvertip-area landowners petitioned the Carbon County Commissioners for a zoning district to address the harm threatened by oil and gas development, they acted with the same determination that has motivated so many Montanans before them. Self-reliance and connection to the land are qualities we value in Montana. It should not be...
  • To the Editor, Carbon County It’s Your Choice Program would like to thank all the agencies that participated in the program last Wednesday, May 13 at the Bridger Public Schools. Bridger High School and Principal Jim Goltz, Trooper Bill Bullock and the Montana Highway Patrol, Deputy Kelly Carrington and Carbon County Sheriff’s Office,...
  • To the Editor, I cannot express enough gratitude to those who contributed to the alchemy at this year’s Rocky Mountain Chefs Invitational. Last Saturday night, the spirit, the heart, and the generosity that came together to support the Boys & Girls Club was indescribable. I am grateful to our party-goers for their genuine soul and...
  •  The proposed Palisade Borrow quarry issue is off to a rocky start. Gwen Williams, a Palisades Basin West resident near the proposed site, expressed concern about the proposed quarry for the Highway 78 project to be built by Riverside Contracting, Inc. (Riverside). Williams said, “There are two others quarries within 2.5 miles but this...
  • On Tuesday, May 19, the Red Lodge Senior Center was all abuzz about former Navy Pilot Captain Kenneth B. Lake who was celebrating his 92nd birthday there. Lake, a World War II fighter pilot Ace from Red Lodge, was headed out to Washington, D.C.   "We're so excited and honored that a member of our Red Lodge seniors is getting...
  • The family of Donna S. Teini would like to invite all of her friends to attend a memorial service at the Red Lodge Cemetery at 11 a.m., Saturday, May 23. She was born Aug. 13, 1928 and passed away Nov. 30, 2014. Donna will be laid to rest next to John, her husband of 54 years. Lunch will be served following the service at the Red Lodge Senior...
  • Ronald “Lars” Stene, 63 passed away in his home after a courageous battle with Multiple Sclerosis. Born to Melvin and Lillian (Riden) Stene, in Joliet, Lars served in the United States military and then resided in Joliet as a cabinetmaker. Along with his wife, Virginia, of nearly 31 years, Lars is survived by his five sons, Timothy (...