Monthly archive

May, 2013

  •   To the Editor: Nashville recording artists Joey + Rory's performance delighted 230 attendees this past Saturday at the 6th Annual Fundraiser to benefit the Beartooth Humane Alliance. This fun-filled evening of Joey + Rory's unique charm and talent had us laughing and crying. A net amount of $23,000 was raised to help animals in...
  •   To the Editor: What an awesome spring concert the Roberts School presented, May 15. Thank you Julie Jones for your professionalism in music and thanks to all the students who participated. Kathleen Neimi Roberts  
  •   To the Editor: We would like to thank the Fromberg Community for passing the bond issue which will allow our school to install a more efficient, updated heating system.  The current heating system has caused many distractions in the classrooms throughout the years due to noise, water damage, and lack of consistency in effectively...
  • To the Editor: Our President likes to compare himself with Harry Truman and even Abe Lincoln. I see a greater likeness with Vladimir Lenin. Both lawyers with little formal economic training, who sought to bring fundamental change to their governments. Both men believed in income redistribution and rigid regulation. The affordable care act...
  •         It’s springtime, have you heard the honeybees buzzing and pollinating the plants, what are they trying to say? To further examine the complexity of bees, the crucial need for bees to sustain life, and the decline in the honeybee population, Food Partnership Council (FPC) hosted the fifth film in its...
  •   “I am a tree man,” said Ron Barker, proudly. He used to have a tree care business in Billings for 35 years. He has been happily retired with his wife, Linda, in Fromberg the last three years. “We are equal distance between the kids and friends in Billings and God’s country to the south." He has grandchildren and...
  • The Red Lodge Area Economic Development Corporation (EDC) is offering a prize for the best concept representing the Red Lodge community. “If you are somewhere else, how do you describe Red Lodge?” Steve Mikels, EDC President, posed the question. “What do you think of when I name the following communities in one word?,” he asked. “Sturgis-...
  • Red Lodge Mayor Brian Roat took the blame for the City for the failure to install adequate signage during the Water Rehab Project that would inform visitors that the town is open and help them to shop Red Lodge. Roat was speaking at the weekly informational construction meeting at City Hall, Wednesday. All businesses are accessible and ready for...
  • Robert Edward Mundy died May 6, 2013, after living with metastasized melanoma for over 4 ½ years. Ed was born in Muncie, Indiana, on Oct. 2, 1937, to Marie (Guthrie) and Robert Mundy. Shortly thereafter the family moved to a dairy farm near Mitchell, Indiana, where he received his early education. In 1958 he received a B.S. Degree from Indiana...
  • Edythe peacefully passed away at Grace Point Landing in Cambridge, Minn., after a sudden illness. Edythe Rose was born in Laurel, to Mabel (Cammack) and William Cunningham. She grew up in the Park City/Red Lodge region of Montana, with her only sibling, younger sister Phyllis. They had no trouble finding playmates, as extended family dotted the...