Monthly archive

November, 2014

  • Chances of Ebola stalking Carbon County are “low” confirmed Margaret Karas, Beartooth Billings Clinic Pubic Relations coordinator, as she spoke to the Red Lodge Rotary Club last week. Karas stressed that the public had “no reason to panic.” “Odds are higher catching the flu” she said, before adding that on the...
  • Because of Thanksgiving, Nov. 27, the News will go to print Nov. 25 and be delivered to customers Nov. 26. To accommodate this timeline, all ad and copy deadlines will be Nov. 21 at 10 a.m.
  • Red Lodge Rams will face Shelby in the loser out game at the State Class B Volleyball tournament, Bozeman, Nov. 14 at 12 noon. The Rams lost their opener to Florence-Carlton 25-13, 25-22, 30-32, 25-12. Shelby lost to Forsyth 25-13, 25-13, 25-18. If the Rams defeat Shelby, they will play Choteau at 4 p.m. Choteau lost to Huntley Project 25-10, 25-...
  • I am writing this on Halloween day. We still observe it and celebrate it in an odd way fifteen hundred years after Christianity disposed of it. This is part of our culture and culture appears to be stubborn and long lasting. Few people believe in witches, goblins, and the walking dead or that the doors of the dead open on this night and the dead...
  • I am writing this on Halloween day. We still observe it and celebrate it in an odd way fifteen hundred years after Christianity disposed of it. This is part of our culture and culture appears to be stubborn and long lasting. Few people believe in witches, goblins, and the walking dead or that the doors of the dead open on this night and the dead...
  • To the Editor,   I watched with amazement at the cavalier way Mr. Obama addressed the nation after the huge defeat of democratic candidates the day after the 2014 elections. I observed his comments [to the newly elected Congress] akin to bring me a rock [a rock I like] and we can work together [a narcissistic statement]. His obvious lack of...
  • Rams eleminate Shelby in straight sets  25-7, 25-14, 25-22. Rams now face Choteau at 4 p.m.
  • A new Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) water report reveals that the majority of Montana's major lakes, rivers and streams cannot fully support fish and other "aquatic (water) life."   State samples from more than 22,000 miles of streams and 518,000 acres of lakes show that more than 70 percent do not...