Monthly archive

July, 2013

  • By Alastair Baker News Editor Both police departments in Red Lodge considered the 19th Beartooth Rally one of the quietest in years. City Police Chief Richard Pringle felt that turnout was ‘’low” for both crowds and bikes. “It was drastically down,” he said. “Really quiet and kind of boring, which is good. There...
  • An 18 year old Joliet man faces a felony charge for possessing nine guns, magazines, holsters and ammo taken from the Desarro Ranch, Roberts, July 14 according to the Carbon County Sheriff’s Department. The man was heading towards Joliet in his truck and was stopped by a sheriff’s deputy north of Boyd. Inside the truck were 6 handguns...
  • The Carbon County Fair ended on Saturday at the Red Lodge Rodeo Grounds. On the final day, exhibitors showcased horses, swine and llamas. A livestock auction took place in the afternoon. For more photos please click here.
  • Photo by Alastair Baker Golden Knight Dana Bowman, member of the elite Green Beret parachuting exhibition team, dropped in on the Iron Horse rodeo, Sunday, and received a rousing welcome. He gave thanks to “an incredible group of teams mates” across the armed services that allowed him “to land on target and bring that American...
  • Photo by Eleanor Guerrero Crowds turned out in force to enjoy Jim Bridger Days on Saturday. Seen here is the Dino Lab float for Grand Marshall Nate Murphy. For more photos click here.
  • A parade to raise funds for the Big Sky Honor Flight was held this Saturday in Red Lodge during the 19th Beartooth Rally. For more photos click here.
  • The 19th Beartooth Motorcycle Rally kicked off in Red Lodge. Crowds pictured enjoy the music of the Grey Guns Band at the street dance, Friday night. For more photos click here. Viewers discretion is advised.
  • By Lizzie Blumenthal CCN Reporter After a long and windy day cycling 60 miles from Powell, Wyo., to Red Lodge about 350 riders from Tour de Wyoming set up tents on the lawns of Red Lodge’s Civic Center and Mountain View Elementary to relax and recharge for the next three days of riding. Marking the 17th annual tour, riders from all over the...
  • The McQuillan Family and Friends Climb to Conquer Cancer is preparing for their annual Climb to Conquer Cancer Fundraising Breakfast. The breakfast will be held this Saturday, July 20, at the Joliet Community Center beginning at 7:30 a.m. and serving until 10:30 a.m. The menu includes: French toast, link sausages, scrambled eggs, coffee, juice,...