Monthly archive

May, 2013

  •   Aron G. Strange, a friend to a stranger... “Strange” to his friends. He was born in Wichita, Kan. on February 2, 1947. Aron graduated from Wichita Heights H.S., class of 1965. He was preceded in death by his parent's Ronald W. & Virginia L. (Ramsey) Strange. He was the eldest of three boys. Aron moved to Montana in 1978...
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  •   WOOSTER – William C. “Bill” Pim, 83, passed on April 25, 2013, at home after an 8 month battle with cancer. Bill was born July 6, 1929, in Bellaire, Ohio, to Lorena and Bernard Pim. He was their only child. He graduated from Shadyside High School in 1947, received a B.S. in Education from West Liberty State College,...

April, 2013

  • Two representatives from Lewistown, Kevin Myhre, the city’s manager, and Dorothy Gremaux, Lewistown dispatch supervisor, spoke in glowing terms about their move towards centralizing their dispatch center when they met with Carbon County Commissioners and various police and emergency personnel last week. The meeting took place at the Laurel Fire...
  • Linda Harris received the 2013 of the Dr. Ben Karas Service Award at the Beartooth Billings Clinic’s Annual Report to the Community at the Pollard Hotel Pub on Tuesday. Presenting the award were Steve Muth, President of the Memorial Hospital Association, and Kelley Evans, CEO of Beartooth Billings Clinic. Harris received a photograph of the...
  • Linda Harris received the 2013 of the Dr. Ben Karas Service Award at the Beartooth Billings Clinic’s Annual Report to the Community at the Pollard Hotel Pub on Tuesday. Presenting the award were Steve Muth, President of the Memorial Hospital Association, and Kelley Evans, CEO of Beartooth Billings Clinic. Harris received a photograph of the...
  • Earth Day was Monday, April 22. Add a chirp and buzz to your yard by helping birds and bees. The Montana list for Species of Concern for Birds (mt.gov) has some surprising species listed including Clark’s Nutcracker, the Black Rosy Finch, the Gray Crowned Rosy Finch, the Evening Grosbeak, the Loggerhead Shrike and Great Blue Heron. They are...
  • To emphasize the importance of focused and responsible driving, especially for teen drivers, the “It’s your Choice” took its campaign to Joliet. On April 22, Roberts and Joliet High School students were presented with scenarios about the many ways drivers can get distracted and the heavy impact such poor decisions can have. Five...
  • Ty Bermes of Joliet threw 189-0 in the javelin at the Huntley Project Invitational track meet, April 20 at Billings Skyview. The throw improved his Class-B best mark. Bermes went on to win the high jump competition almost tying his personal best height of 6-4. Girls Team scores -- Colstrip 92, Huntley Project 87, Red Lodge 59, Plentywood 58,...
  • Last Friday Mountain View Elementary students, K-5, took part in the Summer Safety Days, teaching them about street safety, bike maintenance, bike riding skills an drills, and meeting with law enforcement, and emergency fire, Search and Rescue and ambulance personnel about looking out for strangers, remembering their phone numbers and who to call...