Monthly archive

April, 2015

  • Red Lodge High School has added an astronomy class to its curriculum this year. “It’s proven very popular,” said teacher Kirt Nell. “We put it in the biggest classroom and could only fit 23 and had to turn a ton of kids away,” he said. Nell said, “It’s funky, funky cool stuff! Stars being born and dying!...
  •  Red Lodge Mayor, Ed Williams, has thrown his hat into the mayoral race for a second time after making an announcement to run for the position earlier this week at the City Council meeting. Williams thanked the council members and all his department heads for the “impressive” roles they have played in the past 15 months. “...
  •                   The Joliet Girls track team finished 4th at the Manhattan Invite last week, gaining 49.5 points only 8.5 shy of a second place finish. Manhattan won the girls and boys event. For the girls, Tru Roginske impressed with 4 first-place finishes in 100 m, 200 M, long jump and triple jump....
  • By Steven L. Thuesen Guest Columnist In the fall of 2014 a few individuals petitioned the Carbon County Commissioners for a zoning district in the Clark’s Fork Valley. After considering the petition, the commissioners voted against creating the Silvertip zoning district on Jan. 15, 2015. Within days the commissioners were sued by seven of...
  • To the Editor, All of us at the Boys & Girls Club of Carbon County want to whole-heartedly thank everyone who joined us and went the extra mile to make our 15th Annual Celebration of Our Youth a huge success on March 19 hosted at the Boys & Girls Club of Carbon County.  An extra special thank you to Dick Peck-our emcee, Nikki Bailey...
  • Peyton Terry entered the world on Aug. 23, 1923 in Wolf Point. He was the third child of James E. and Maude (Stone) Terry. Peyton left this world on April 12, 2015. His gifts were apparent at an early age and he used those gifts throughout his life. Peyton was a salesman. As a youngster he was the 7th highest grossing salesman for the Literary...
  • Peyton Terry entered the world on Aug. 23, 1923 in Wolf Point. He was the third child of James E. and Maude (Stone) Terry. Peyton left this world on April 12, 2015. His gifts were apparent at an early age and he used those gifts throughout his life. Peyton was a salesman. As a youngster he was the 7th highest grossing salesman for the Literary...
  • Robin “Rob” Duane Taylor passed from this life on April 6, 2015 as the result of an automobile accident near Fairbanks, Alaska. Rob was born in Sheridan, Wyoming on April 5, 1963, to Russell Doyle Taylor and Margery Jane (Robertson) Taylor. He spent his childhood years in Powell and Cody where he and his siblings raised hell with...
  • Gloria Jean Eder was born on Nov. 11, 1953, in Poplar, to Gladys Dionne and Bert P. Eder Sr. She passed away peacefully after a brief battle with cancer at her home in Billings, on March 27, 2015 . Gloria attended school in Poplar. Later she went to the St. Labre Indian School in Ashland, when her family lived in Lame Deer where she was famous for...
  • Our beloved mom, Irene Fisher, died April 10, 2015, at age 87. Born in Heil, North Dakota, to Emil and Christina Wuest on Oct. 15, 1927, she married Stan Fisher on Nov. 10, 1945, after graduation from Huntley Project High School. Irene was predeceased by her husband; her son, John; two grandsons and her six siblings. Surviving her are four...