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Monthly archive

September, 2015

  • John M. Tomich (aka Bob Dog), 67, of Billings, hijacked the train to Heaven on Sept. 1, 2015. He was born Dec. 26, 1947 on the Meeteetse Trail to Stagecoach Mike Tomich and Vera Rux Tomich. John was a Specialist 6 Class Crew Chief on a Sky Crane helicopter (Jolly Green Giant) attached to the 101st Airborne Division of the US Army during the...
  • Football Sept. 4 Joliet vs. Colstrip  7 p.m.   Red Lodge/Roberts  @ Shepherd  7 p.m. Bridger @ Winifred  1 p.m.   Fromberg @ N.  Cheyenne 7 p.m.     Cross Country Sept. 4 Red Lodge and Joliet at Billings Invite  10 a.m.   Volleyball Sept 3  Bridger @ Park City Absarokee @ Roberts Joliet...
  • Red Lodge Rams football opened the season with beautiful weather, a good home crowd, and a win, that fans hope set the tone for a great year. Starting the game with a 13 yard Quarter Back keeper play, Gunnar Nelson let the team know the end zone was there.  Three Forks answered with a 23 yd pass and a conversion run that put them up by 2...
  • To the Editor, I want to give a big thanks to all my friends who remembered me while I was two and a half months in the hospital. I am enjoying being home now, thanks in no small part to their thoughts and prayers. Although in a wheelchair for now, I am also able to get in and out of our house, a huge thanks to the hard work of the crew of friends...
  • To the Editor, Ed Jones and Merry Lee Olson have been privileged to work with the people of Red Lodge and Montana Department of Transportation during this season’s road construction. The engagement and patience of the community has been stellar, and we thank you all. Although our contract ran out in mid-July, we continued to provide...
  • To the Editor, We would like to take this opportunity to thank Red Lodge Police Chief Steve Hibler, the Red Lodge Police Department, Red Lodge Fire District and EMT's as well as the Church of the Rockies for offering the Citizen Academy this last month.  Boy, did we ever learn a lot.  These classes opened our eyes to so many new...
  • To the Editor, Since water meters were first used in Red Lodge the sewer rate was based on the amount of water used in the months of January and February, months when no lawn watering or garden irrigation would be done. This policy carried on until the recent rate adjustment by the Mayor and City Council. The “reasoning” for the new...
  • To the Editor, Thanks to the City Crew for the one load of road fill which covered about 10 feet of McGillen. Since there is 250 feet of street that means 25 more loads are needed to resurface all the McGillen. At one load a year that means 25 years for completion. My heirs will be pleased. Mari L. Owen Red Lodge