Monthly archive

June, 2014

  • A new film about the true story of a crooked-footed race horse called Mine That Bird, who won the 135th Kentucky Derby in 2009, is set to open at the Vue and Brew in Laurel, June 13. This is Oscar winners Jim William’s latest film and the Vue and brew is the first cinema in Montana to view it. Wilson won an Oscar for Dances with Wolves.
  • The Carbon County Sheriff and a deputy received distinguished honors at the Montana Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association event in Bozeman, May 29. Sheriff Tom Rieger was awarded the Distinguished Career plaque and Sheriff ’s Deputy Kelly Carrington received Peace Officer of the Year. Both said they are “Very proud and honored....
  • 1. Brief Description of Current Operations Roadway demolition is complete and Goran continues to install storm drain pipe and manholes. The 36” storm drain pipe run is complete and the 30” is ongoing. 2. Anticipated Schedule of Work for Upcoming Week Next week Goran will continue work on the storm drain system and utility relocates. 3...
  • Red Lodge Rangers blew apart their opponents at a double-header last weekend at the Palisades Field. The weekend matches also saw a bounty of goals from Logan Beck who netted an extraordinary 9 times over both encounters. First up to the rack was Laurel Storm who were quite washed out by the end, losing 8-2. Goals from Logan Beck (5) and one...
  • The Red Lodge Music Festival opened its 51st year with a day of activities for students and Faculty. More than 200 students from all over Montana and the adjoining states enrolled in this highly regarded week long music camp. Those students receive private instruction from 27 faculty members, representing some of the finest professional musicians...
  • While most fire departments are cutting out unnecessary pork, Roberts Fire Chief Hunter Bell celebrated the annual Roberts Rural Fire District 6 pig roast on Saturday, June 7, as an important community event by cutting up pork. “We expect a good number to turn out,” he said as he rightly took all the heat and manned the grill. Bell was...
  • On Saturday morning, June 7, despite threatening skies, the fog lifted and runners had clear sailing with a slight chill in the air but no rain for Mason’s Mountain Run. “We prefer the cool weather and the day is just gorgeous,” said one runner before the race. A 10K Trail run & 2 Mile trail run/walk were held at the Lions...