Monthly archive

June, 2013

  • Carbon County 4-H hosted its’ first 4-H and Open Horse Show on Saturday, June 22, at the Home of Champions Arena in Red Lodge. The show started at 9 a.m. with boys and girls of a range of ages participating under constantly threatening skies. The rain cooperated and held off for their performances, making for a dramatic backdrop at the...
  • On Saturday, June 20, a group was led by Beartooth Recreational Trails Association President Grant Barnard to the Red Lodge Creek drainage area. They were touring the north USFS Greater Red Lodge Area Project (GRLA or “gorilla”) area and would view some of the Montana DNRC Palisade Timber sale project. Over a dozen people gathered at...
  • Classic Lamborghini's come to Red Lodge - Jack Riddell shakes his head at the very thought of the last five months, the length of time it’s taken him to put together last weekend’s event which saw 22 drivers from the Lamborghini Club America take their valuable and artistic vehicles on a road trip starting in San Diego. Riddell,...
  • Jawbone Railroad perform at the Beartooth Ball Roarin' 20s fundraiser at Rock Creek Resort Saturday. Over 300 people attended the event.
  • I wonder if punishment is effective in changing the behavior of individuals or societies. By punishment I mean more that physical pain. Withholding love, possessions, freedom or social access are all forms of punishment. The idea of punishment is deeply ingrained in many cultures and the major religions. So we have been punishing people for their...
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  • Celebrated bluegrass and Americana musicians, Growling Old Men, will be performing in Red Lodge for one show only on Wednesday, June 26, at 7 p.m. at Café Regis. Comprised of Ben Winship on mandolin and vocals, and John Lowell on guitar and vocals, the duo has over the past fifteen years earned wide acclaim throughout the Western United...
  • Nature’s purpose is never so evident as it is in June. She makes herself known to us in every way, assailing the senses with fragrance, sound, sight, and touch. The gardens and fields are wildly flowering. The rivers gush and rush, without the vaguest presentiment of August and the languid pace to come. The birds have even more to say,...
  •   I wonder if punishment is effective in changing the behavior of individuals or societies. By punishment I mean more that physical pain. Withholding love, possessions, freedom or social access are all forms of punishment. The idea of punishment is deeply ingrained in many cultures and the major religions. So we have been punishing people for...