The Bridger Town Council voted to purchase four cross walk signs at last week’s meeting. They are looking at two websites, street safety sign.com and road traffic.com to determine what type of signs they will purchase.
The signs they are checking on cost approximately $390 a piece. The funding will come from the $1,760 paid out by Safeco...
Negotiations to improve West Fork Road, south of Red Lodge, may have begun in 2000 but it has been worth the wait. What was a road that undulated and had no hard shoulders is now practically pristine with 11 foot driving lanes, fourfoot shoulder allowing people to walk and foliage pushed back so it won’t shade the road in winter. The three-...
Red Lodge City Council could not come to a decision Tuesday night over which three candidates they should choose to take the Ward 1 seat. Instead they opted to leave it up to the electorate at this November’s election.
The three candidates, Anna Drew, Steve Roi and Mary Cameron, were all considered “good” by the council and were...
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2016 Carbon County Fair Results:
Senior 4-H Best of Show- Jason Brubaker, Cottonwood Cow Chips
Junior 4-H Best of Show- Sydney Erickson, Rock Creek Ranchers
Novice 4-H Best of Show- Ethan Tillman, Rockvale Ramblers
Pocket Pet- Nate Weber, Boyd Bandits
Bicycle- Aidon Songstad, Boyd Bandits
Vet Science- Walker...
Letitia S. “Tish” Ruffier, 86, passed away at the Valley Health Care Center, Billings, on July 28.
Letitia Studdiford was born on Sept. 18, 1929, in New York City, the daughter of Andrew and
Esther (Nimick) Studdiford. Her younger days were spent in Elizabeth, New Jersey, and Chappaqua, New York.
She graduated from Oldfields School,...
To the Editor,
The compensation for our Carbon County Commissioners is very troubling. A 29 percent increase in 5 years is appalling when most people are receiving from 0 percent to 2 percent per year. In this time of doing more with less and with the economy in less than an ideal condition, we need to be ever more cognizant of the county expenses...
To the Editor,
Since the Fourth of July weekend there has been considerable discussion around town about political and / or religious displays within City Parks, particularly Pride Park at the corner of 12th Street and Broadway. I was called in Saturday July 2 in regards to a political display in Pride Park and was asked if a permit was required...
US Congressional Candidate Denise Juneau (D) came, saw and conquered this week when she appeared at a Democratic fundraising event in Red Lodge. One of the largest crowds ever seen at such an event gathered at the home of Mitzi and Jim Vorachek to hear Juneau as she attempts to become the first Montana Congresswoman since Janette Rankin in 1916....