There will be a memorial service at the Roberts Cemetery on July 3 at 11 a.m. There will be a family gathering at the Stark Ranch following the service. David Stark will also be remembered at the same gathering.
Bridger native retired Staff Sgt. David Thatcher passed away June 22 in a Missoula Hospital after suffering a stroke. He was 94.
Thatcher was one of only two surviving members of the Doolittle Raiders who flew to Japan April 18, 1942 using 16 B-25 bombers and carrying 80 personnel to target factories and military installations.
The attack took...
The 87th Annual Home of Champions Rodeo Association has announced that Clint Branger will be the Grand Marshal for 2016.
Clint will be leading the parades on July 2nd, 3rd and 4th, each day at 12 noon, in Red Lodge, and will be attending all three rodeos.
A champion bull rider beginning in 1983 as Montana High School Champion, he went on to win...
There is a definite Georgia lilt to her voice as Joy Monroe explained her journey from minister’s wife to counselor herself. She has lived with her husband, Palisades Resort Minister John Monroe, in Red Lodge since 2000. She serves as Vice President of the nationwide Resort Leisure Ministries. “He has been the minister...
By Alastair Baker-News Editor and Eleanor Guerrero -Senior CCN Reporter
The proposed plan to bridge the void and provide for more open communications between the Red Lodge City Council and the public via COR (Community Oversight Representatives) appears to have collapsed over trust issues. In an acrimonious ad hoc meeting last week City council...
To the Editor,
What kind of person can feel okay with themselves after stealing toys and such from a 5 year old child.
Shame on you.
To the Editor,
I enjoy being at the Red Lodge Public swimming pool. It is one of the highlights of my summer. I have gone there all my life. I learned how to swim there just like my sisters did before me. I would like to see it stay open and would like for there to be a high dive added to the pool again.
Thank you to the people in the community...