Monthly archive

July, 2014

  • The Carbon County Commissioners amended the Stage Two Fire Restrictions this morning for Carbon County for NO BURNING including NO Agricultural Burning. The enclosed Amended Resolution will NOT allow or permit any Special Exemptions for Agricultural Burning under Stage Two Fire Restrictions. The burning of stubble fields and irrigation ditch banks...
  • Summer has been flying by and it will soon be time to think about Fall soccer. Registration for the season is open now with registration forms due by Aug. 13. Registrations forms can be found on-line at www.redlodgeyouthsoccer. com, at the Red Lodge Area Community Foundation building and Sylvan Peak. “We will have a onetime, in-person...
  • Indoor Best of Show: Senior—Carissa Lebsack, Rockvale Ramblers Junior—Landen Tomlin, Rock Creek Ranchers Art/Drawing: Senior— Jessica Virgil, Rockvale Ramblers Junior—Mikalyn Zeiler, Rock Creek Ranchers Crafts/Scrapbooking: Senior—Carissa Lebsack, Rockvale Ramblers Junior—Brianna King, Fromberg GoGetters...
  • “We al l know Red Lodge is an especially awesome place but have you ever wondered why? Here is one of many reasons,” writes Kristen Hollum, Montana Campus Compact (MTCC) AmeriCorps *VISTA. “In the first week of April a bunch of community organizations received a letter from No Kid Hungry Montana saying that Red Lodge doesn’...
  • Pioneer Technical Services, Inc. (Pioneer) is conducting this investigation for the Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), Aug. 4 and is expected to last approximately 6 weeks. Work hours will be 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. The primary objective is to gather information to evaluate subsurface conditions and assess...
  • Photo by Kristan Apodaca Classmates from Carbon County High School teamed up again for their 70th reunion on Monday at the Red Lodge Community Center. They all graduated in the Class of 1944 that had 40 students. Pictured from the left: Clara Timonen Jarvi, Goldie Hotchkiss Rae, Elsie Sippola Hudson, Stanley Risvold, Dorothy Uzelac and Leola Luoma...
  • The McQuillan family and friends Climb to Conquer Cancer fundraiser breakfast added another successful year to the four years that the McQuillan’s have hosted the breakfast. However there was a new campaign that was being presented to the public that came out on Saturday, July 26. Morgan McQuillan, an eight year cancer survivor and seven...
  • To the Editor,   The East Rosebud valley is one of the most beautiful places in Montana. I remember being astounded when I rolled into this part of the Beartooth Mountains for the first time as a teenager. In the past couple years, controversy erupted in that valley after a Bozeman-based company filed for permits with FERC to put a...
  • To the Editor,   Some of Montana’s best exports are our ideas and its time we bring a great idea back home. Growing up in Havre, I had abundant opportunities to explore some of Montana’s wild rivers. My love of wild spaces was born on trips with the boy scouts canoeing the Missouri river, or rafting the Middle Fork of the Flathead...