Monthly archive

April, 2014

  • “All natural, no product,” is the trick to John Cordes’ boldly quaffed handlebar mustache. Cordes, who manages the newly opened Heavy Horse Bar in Roberts was recently awarded the second annual STACHE achievement award-- Stately Team for Appreciation Contributions to Hair Excellence, March 30. Presenting the “priceless...
  • William James Morrison, 67, of Jol iet passed away on Friday, April 4, 2014 at St. Vincent Healthcare Center. He is survived by his brother, Kenneth Morrison of Prescott, Ariz. Per William’s request no services are scheduled. Arrangements are in the care of Dahl Funeral Chapel and memories and condolences may be expressed at www....
  • Raymond B. Mus, 86, of Laurel, passed away March 30, 2014 at the Billings Clinic. He was born April 4, 1927 in Red Lodge, the son of Earl and Ilmi “Mary” (Hendrickson) Mus. He joined the Merchant Marines and was stationed in the Far East, including Korea, Vietnam and the Philippines during World War II. He was very proud of his years...
  • From a very young age, Elva was a bright star, independent and fun loving. She was an exuberant soul whose philosophy toward life was “Why not?!!” Elva, known as “Ma” to her children, “Granny” to her grandchildren and great grandchildren, passed away on March 24, 2014, surrounded by family. Elva was born on Dec...
  • To the Editor, When I came to Red Lodge in April of 2008 to work at the Boys & Girls Club I wrote a letter of thanks to the Editor for the warm and friendly welcome my family and I received. I find it only fitting that I close my career with the Boys & Girls Club with another note of thanks. I am grateful for the strong community support...
  • Dear CCN readers and friends, First, I would like to thank the community for their constant support and welcoming spirit. The connections, great friends and memories I’ve made in this town are so special, simply words cannot describe. But, I am sad to say that I will be leaving Red Lodge to pursue different adventures. However, leaving this...
  • The Joliet Community Center is pleased to announce that it has received $500 in grant money from the Walmart Community Foundation. Grant money will be used to maintain the community center’s facility. For more information, contact Susan Wolfe, JCC Manager at 406-962-9027.
  • Donna Dawson has been named as the 2013 Volunteer of the Year for the Domestic and Sexual Violence Services (DSVS). She contributed nearly 1,500 hours last year for the organization. Dawson began volunteering for DSVS in 2012 after completing their annual crisis advocacy training. A Bridger resident, Dawson has helped to ensure that awareness of...
  • Aiming to be the go-to resource for families in Carbon County, the Boys & Girls Club re-opened its doors this week, providing a positive place for kids to spend their after-school hours. Excited kids danced to a lively Zumba beat, gobbled a healthy snack of homemade chili and “hidden forest” muffins, scurried around the Clubhouse...
  • The service members in Ca r b on Count y ha v e worked hard, over 5,100 hours, to help develop programs that greatly impact the community. To celebrate National Service Day on April 1, the four Ameri- Corps VISTA members presented to Mayor Ed Williams the projects they have achieved over the past few years. Williams then signed a proclamation,...