Monthly archive

October, 2014

  • To the Editor, The family of Kurt N. Brenne wishes to thank the Red Lodge community (and beyond) for your support and sympathy. Simply put...dad loved Red Lodge, the community and its natural beauty. Many thanks, also to the wonderful healthcare community at Beartooth Billings Clinic and Billings Clinic. We wish to send Additional heartfelt grat i...
  • A math teacher from Bi l l ings i s pr epar ing to shake up the U.S. Senate race and become the first Montanan woman senator since Jeanette Rankin, almost 100 years ago. Amanda Curtis (D) will do battle with Congressman Steve Daines (R) this Nov. 4 election believing that the voters will see a “crystal clear” difference between them....
  • Red Lodge Mayor Ed Willaims has written to Stefan Streeter, District Administrator Montana Department of Transportation (MDOT) requesting the approval to create  a temporary Detour Route to remove traffic from the construction zone on Brewery Hill (Highway 78). Specifically, the City requests approval of the following route: ➢ Highway 78 onto...

September, 2014

  • Joliet girls’ volleyball lost a close encounter to Roundup last week. They were edged out 25-22, 27-25, 21-25, 25-13. Scoring for Joliet: Kills 42 (Annie Cooke 20) , Blocks 6 (Hol l y Nowak 4), Aces 7 (McKinna Olson 4), Digs 65 (Kaylee Rowlison 16), Assists 38 (Olson 23). For more photos please click on the link.
  • Joliet J-Hawks fought some hard battles at the Huntley Project Invite last weekend, losing to Baker 20-25, 25-17, 15-8, and also to Roundup, 25-19, 28-26. Scoring for Joliet against Baker: Kills 16 (Annie Cooke 5), Blocks 4 (Caitlyne DuBeau 2), Aces 7 (Shalee Unger 4), Digs 29 (Sheridan Ruggles 10), Assists 16 (Cooke 6). Against Roundup: Kills 22...
  • The Red Lodge Lady Rams competed in the Huntley Classic Volleyball Tournament this past Saturday. The word “competed” accurately sums up these ladies' efforts. It is really enjoyable watching our Lady Rams getting better with each passing week. It was a long day of almost nonstop volleyball. The girls ended up playing thirteen...
  • In a third non-conference game Red Lodge Rams Football lost to Whitehall 37 - 20. Although it was a loss the Rams showed many areas of improvement, however five fumbles and other penalties gave Whitehall the advantage in this game. Whitehall totaled 337 yards with 163 rushing and 174 passing. Red Lodge totaled 329 yards with 47 passing and 282...
  • The Joliet J-Hawks recorded its first win of the season by defeating Lodge Grass 46-18 last weekend. It was a perfect way to celebrate Homecoming. Joliet looked comfortable throughout the match, notching up a consistent strike rate of 13 points a quarter, except for the 3rd, and shutting out Lodge Grass in the 2nd and 3rd quarters. Terryn Bermes...
  • On Friday, the Bridger Scouts hosted the Winifred Outlaws. After graduating then quarterback Tryston Matt last season, the Scouts have found success in using a multiple quarterback system this season. However, the Outlaws came out ready to spoil the homecoming party. The Outlaws came out firing in the 1st quarter; Not pulling any punches, the...
  • Robert E. “Bob” White passed away on Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014. He was born on May 1, 1924, to Robert “Bud” White and Oleta Walker White in the hospital at Bearcreek. They lived on a farm outside of Joliet at the time. At age 5, the family moved to Red Lodge, where Bob went to school and began working in the mountains and...