To the Editor,
At a Gay Pride rally in Helena, Supreme Court Justice candidate Dirk Sandefur called out to the crowd from the podium, “My opponent (Kristen Juras) believes that bigots and haters, in the exercise of their own beliefs, have a right to discriminate against you (LGBT’S).”
He’s made clear he has...
Born in Washoe, Montana to Clement and Mary Lodge. Worked in the Smith Coal Mine after High School with his father Clement until joining USCG in 1942.
At sea, Clem received word of the mine explosion, killing his father and several other family members, with a total 73 dead.
After the war, Clem remained on the West Coast and met and married Eunice...
Kelly Hale is up for pretty much everything that life has to throw at him. Simply nothing deters his spirit of adventure, especially if it centers round horses, an animal he has adored since he was 5 years old.
He remembers one of his first ventures on a horse, riding with his mom who fell off while showing him the ropes.
“She told me to...
Gusts of wind and dark clouds portending the first winter flurries did not deter first responders nor did it stop those who came to honor them at the 9/11 barbecue held in Lions Park on Saturday, Sept. 11.
Red Lodge Firefighter Mike Majerus welcomed the crowd of about 40 people and even led off the singing of the Star Spangled Banner. Majerus said...
The Joliet J-Hawks fought a close game against Three Forks getting the points in the final quarter with a Wyatt Kramer touchdown off a 48-yard run to make it 6-0. It was Kramer’s first rush of the season.
Kramer dominated yardage with 120 with Slade Dimond notching up 25 yards, Ty Olson 29 yards and Trey Oswald 11 yards.
On the receiving end...
It was fifteen years ago when the Twin Towers fell on September 11, 2001. I recall seeing the Twin Towers in New York as a constant image of shining glass jutting into blue sky across the Hudson River from the end of the street of my childhood home on a hill in northern New Jersey.
Later, while working as a Chicago Title Insurance attorney in...
Susan Jacky, our friend and member of the community (due to severe illness) has left us and has gone to a better place. She loved the people that she got to spend time with at Mountain Springs and Beartooth Industries. Susan was happy in Red Lodge for the short time she was here and will be missed by many.
Elsie Normile went to join her husband in heaven on Sept. 9, 2016 at the age of 90.
Elsie was born on Christmas Day in 1925 in Roberts, Montana. She was the sixth child of Svante and Selma Lampi. Elsie was reared in Roberts, graduating at the age of 17 as valedictorian of her class. After graduation, Elsie moved to Chicago with a friend to work...
Roy L. Peters 91 of Roy died Monday evening, Sept. 12, 2016 in the Central Montana Nursing & Rehab Center of natural causes. He was born Jan. 22, 1925 in Springfield, Missouri, the son of Joseph and Anna (Chapman) Peters. The family made several trips to Montana and settled at the Kendall homestead in the 1930’s.
Roy attended Green...