Monthly archive

February, 2015

  •                         Despite two losses over the weekend Red Lodge Rams coach Bill Goodwin is looking for a “strong finish” to the season. “They’re a very capable side, but we have to be consistent. It is a matter of building up momentum again after the wins...
  •                                         The Carbon County Sheriff’s department has a new deputy, Chad Glick who originally hails from Wyoming. Glick grew up in Cody, and graduated from Cody High School in 1997. He went into the U.S. Army 10th...
  • “If you are a drug dealer, it is going to be tough on your life in Red Lodge,” coldly stated Mayor Ed Williams at a meeting to discuss the new drug/track K-9 Unit being established for the Red Lodge City Police. The K-9 Unit will be handled by police officer Mallory Schultz. Despite some audience reservations about the presence of a K...
  • I grew up reading comic books. Spider Man was one of my favorite heroes. I liked him because he was at the core, Peter Parker, a teenager who was just trying to figure out things all of us other kids were trying to figure out—how to understand girls and boys. Mary Jane Watson is often Peter Parker’s crush in the stories. She is the red-headed,...
  • To the Editor, Several 'net metering' bills that would have removed barriers to individuals and businesses who want to invest in personal renewable energy systems have failed to pass committees at the Montana legislature. Votes against these bills essentially squelch expanded renewable energy in Montana and assure that Montanans continue paying...
  • To the Editor,   Knowing that we will never be able to adequately thank everyone for all the kindness shown to us these past few weeks, we would still like to try! Thank you to the Cedar Wood Villa and community members for their recent fundraiser, which very specifically helped us with lost income in January. Thank you to this wonderful...
  • Long time Joliet and Red Lodge resident Emil Jarvi passed away peacefully in his sleep on Jan. 27 at the Cedar Wood Healthcare Community. He was 97. Emil was born March 18, 1917 in Red Lodge. His parents immigrated from Finland and established a ranch near Boyd where Emil grew up and worked. He then moved to Red Lodge to become a mechanic at the...

January, 2015

  • Robert H. "Bob" Warner, II, 75, of Bridger died at home Jan. 21, 2015.  Bob was raised and educated in Great Falls.  He served two tours of duty in the U.S. Army. Bob worked throughout most of his career as a building construction contractor continuing this work up to the time of his death. He was preceded in death by...