Monthly archive

June, 2014

  • Roberts Streitmatter and Steve Galloway, owners of The Beartooth Gallery in Red Lodge, proudly handed over $6,144.60 to Mayor Ed Williams last Friday to provide for a handicapped chair lift for the Red Lodge City pool. A fundraiser at the Gallery, showcasing the work of Brenna Tyler and Jerry Inman, along with a raffle for $2,000 worth of...
  • John R. Smith, 63, of Bridger, died unexpectedly at his home on Friday, June 20, 2014. Graveside memorial services will be held at 1 p.m. Friday, June 27 at the Bridger Cemetery. Cremation has taken place. Smith-Olcott Funeral Chapel of Red Lodge assisted with the arrangements.
  • On Nov. 20, 2013, we lost a loving husband, brother, uncle, and friend. Ted Knaub passed away in Menifee, Calif. hospital due to medical complications. On Thursday, July 3, at 12:30, there will be a memorial and luncheon to commemorate Ted’s life. It will be held at the Joliet Community Center in Joliet, Montana. All friends and family are...
  • Mom lived her life and she died with dignity as well as grace. Mom always said her greatest accomplishment was being a mother and grandmother. We all say job well done. Mom taught us to always have an open heart for if you have an open heart you always can love and forgive. Money never mattered; it was the time spent with the ones you loved....
  • Gladys Ronning Clark passed away peacefully on June 16, 2014 at the age of 98 surrounded by family. She was born on April 28, 1916, in her family’s homestead cabin in Rock Springs, Mont. After graduating from Custer County High School in 1933, she obtained a provisional teaching certificate and began her 40-year teaching career in a one-room...
  • To the Editor, We would like to thank everyone who came to our aid after a head on crash near Bridger last week. We want to thank the EMTs, the ambulance crews, the Sheriff’s Department and the Highway Patrol. There are far too many to mention. Marty Childers and Lori Bates Bridger
  • To the Editor, This is a plea to people living in Red Lodge to stop feeding the Finn Park turkeys. Now, I like the turkeys. I think they add a note of real distinction to our community. But I fully appreciate that a lawn covered with turkey poop is not exactly the American dream.  Our Fish, Wildlife and Parks folks tell us (and it’s...
  • Kevin Moe, Laramie, Wyo., found he had a week with nothing to do and so took it upon himself to “see some country and play my bagpipes.” On June 23, his third day out, he found himself, complete with a full beard, a Balmoral head dress, and a  Black Watch tartan kilt, in Red Lodge. He is supporting his trip through donations and...
  • At the present time, The Red Lodge Area Chamber of Commerce  are only able to commit to $4,000 this year vs. the $6,000 annually. They are grateful for the contributions that we have received to date. Summer is here – not just summer, but also the Fourth of July in Red Lodge. The Red Lodge Area Chamber of Commerce/Visitors Center and...
  • Red Lodge's new Police Chief Steven Hibler is sworn in by Mayor Ed Williams, June 23, at City Hall. "This is has been as much of an adventure for us as it has for you to find a chief," said Hibler. "The hospitality here has been excellent. This is a very warm, open community and I've been walking around town talking to a lot...