The world received a beautiful gift on Oct. 15, 1932, the day Barbara LaVonne Orelup was born in Jordan, Montana. Shortly after, her parents, Floyd and Fern Orelup, moved to Lame Deer, Montana, where she attended school and then graduated from Colstrip High School.
She received her teaching degree in Elementary Education at Eastern Montana...
A memorial service will be held Nov. 5 at 2 p.m. at the Roberts Fire Hall for George Martin Brennan, 38, went home to the Lord on Oct. 13, 2016 at his home in Kalispell, Montana. He was born Dec. 12, 1977.
He is survived by his 3 children, Darlene Morrison, Meadow Brennan and Virgil Brennan, his parents Thomas and Peggy (Moran) Brennan, Roberts;...
Ralph E. Heare passed away Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2016 after 95 years of country living in his beloved Montana.
Born on July 8, 1921 to John Van and Ethel Farley Heare, he was raised on the family ranch in Luther, Montana and graduated from Red Lodge High School. Ralph worked for a short time as a logger in Oregon when his family leased their ranch...
While the adult world endured a long and tumultuous Presidential election campaign, students at Roberts High School where enduring something far more calmer: voting for the best book in their library.
The idea to run an alternative campaign with the students came from the school librarian Myrna Lastusky.
“We started out by talking about...
Unofficial 2016 Election results Carbon County
President and Vice President Trump/Pence (Rep) 3,729
Clinton/Kaine (Dem) 1,824
Ryan Zinke (Rep) 3,739
Denise Juneau (Dem) 2,149
Gov and Lt.Gov
Gianforte/Robinson (Rep) 3,130
Bullock/Cooney (Dem) 2,763
Sec. of State
Corey Stapleton (Rep) 3,767
Monica J. Lindeen (Dem) 2,071
Tim Fox (Rep...
Photo by Alastair Baker
Scary monsters stalked the hallways of the Red Lodge Middle School on Halloween looking for candy. There were more zany costumes to admire around town. For more photos please click here
The titans of Class B met not once but twice and shook the foundations of the Red Lodge High School gym with an impressive display of volleyball. Red Lodge and Huntley Project may be tired of meeting each other but it certainly doesn’t show and the desire to defeat the other never diminishes.
This time round Huntley revenged their state...
To the Editor,
This election season has given us an exceptional share of appalling statements and political advertisements. One that particularly offends me is the misleading campaign against Initiative I-181. Almost every one of us will die of degenerative brain disease, or be close to someone who suffers the horrors of Alzheimers,...
To the Editor,
In reading your letter policy I see that one of the rules is that you do not publish letters "whose sole intent is to cast aspersion," yet you printed three letters last week that did precisely that very thing in their mutual criticism of Mitzi Vorachek.
Many agree with Mitzi in wanting an answer to queries posed to...