Monthly archive

April, 2014

  • 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,...
  • After going through a near three month long search process, the Red Lodge School District has offered the position of Interim Superintendent for the 2014-2015 school year to current Roosevelt Middle School Principal John Fitzgerald. Following a comprehensive statewide Superintendent search the District had opted to pursue a one-year interim...
  • An ‘Information’ document was filed in District Court, Carbon County by County Attorney Alex Nixon against Calico Colvin, Joliet, 31, on April 2, charging Colvin with two felony counts involving an alleged sexual assault against a minor. The charges were Sexual Intercourse without Consent and Tampering with a Witness. In an affidavit...
  • The Home of Champions Rodeo fundraiser ‘Cowboys and Carnations’ attracted a large crowd last Saturday evening at the Rock Creek Resort. Two large auctions saw some high scores paid out as well as a busy card table. At the event Don Coutts was named as this year’s Grand Marshal for the 4th of July parade while Jim DeSaveur,...
  • Red Lodge Mayor Ed Williams called the traffic control plans for the Highway Project this summer “abysmal” after the City had received them this week from the Utah based contractors Goran LLC via the Montana Department of Transportation (MDT). He was speaking at the bi-monthly council meeting. “To say it was abysmal would be an...
  • TOWN OF FROMBERG REGULAR TOWN COUNCIL MEETING Open To The Public Town Hall Of Fromberg 118 West River Street Monday, April 7, 2014 6:00 PM: Notice Of Public Hearing For Comment On Wastewater Study And Applications For Grants. 7:00 PM: Town Council Meeting Meeting Agenda: 1 Call to Order 2 Pledge of Allegiance 3 Review and Adopt Agenda 4 Minutes 5...
  • With help from grant funds and community support, Luther students not only had the opportunity to enjoy winter time recreation this year-- snowshoeing and cross-country skiing, but they also learned about winter ecology and survival skills. Written on behalf of the Luther PTA, the Red Lodge Community Foundation’s Area (RLACF) grant provided...
  • At the age of 94, Quentin Newton of Joliet went to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Saturday, March 29, 2014. Quentin Roosevelt Newton was born on the family farm near Edgar November 23, 1919 to Rolla Leroy (Roy) and Daisy Edna (Wight) Newton. He received his education in Edgar and spent his life caring for the land he was born on. On...