Monthly archive

April, 2015

  •                                                         Schools are celebrating prom throughout the county. To see more photos click here.
  • By Anne-Marie  Foisy-Grusonik Boys & Girls Club   This year’s blockbuster Rocky Mountain Chefs Invitational brings to Carbon County all the celebrity, swank and rockin’ good times synonymous with Spago, Matchbox 20, and Tonic.  Presented by The Carbon County Steakhouse, this not-to-be-missed fundraiser to benefit the...
  •  On Saturday, April 18, the Senior Citizens Center in Red Lodge proudly unveiled Adeline's Attic, their renovated thrift shop.  Adeline Jarussi Donnes was there in person to cut the ribbon and at the festive occasion.   The Jarussi family has a history of many generous donations to the Center and the town of Red Lodge, including...
  • Joliet boys and girls track teams finished 2nd at the Big Timber Sunshine Meet last Friday, being denied first place by the narrowest of margins. Joliet boys dominated the 200M with Jared Schwend taking 1st, Hunter Brooks 4th and Slade Dimond 6th. Nathan Kirtley, Joliet, finished 2nd in the 3.200M and Schwend took 2st in the 300M Hurdles. In the...
  • To the Editor, A heartfelt thank you from the DSVS family to Karen Simmons and all of the wonderful vocal performers in the Voices concert held at Red Lodge Community Church on April 12. We are overwhelmed by the donations and are honored that you chose DSVS as the beneficiary. Such amazing talent and support in this community, thank you for...
  • To the Editor, We shouldn't use the tributaries of our rivers as sewers for industrial waste.  Yet that's exactly what Senate Bill 325 sets us up to do.  By preventing the implementation of water quality standards that were reached by dozens of parties after years of negotiation and compromise the bill throws the interests of...
  • To the Editor, As president of Silver Run Ski Club, I led a group of dedicated skiers in launching what is now Red Lodge Mountain Resort. I also served as president of Grizzly Peak Inc., the corporation formed to finance the development, and then served on the ski area’s Board of Directors for approximately 20 years. Although I have a B.S....
  • To the Editor, I attended the informational meeting in Columbus and was impressed both by the new management of BEC, Lower Valley Electric, and by the process used to make that choice. In addition to the board, many members volunteered their time to serve on committees that provided valuable information and advice to the board. Working together,...
  • Jeffery “Jeff” Haskins, 58, of Red Lodge passed away at his home April 12, 2015. He was born, one of five children to Paul and Corabelle Haskins in DeRuyter, New York on Oct. 29, 1956. He was raised and educated in DeRuyter where he graduated from high school in 1974. Jeff was a master craftsman and in 1976 moved to Gillette, Wyoming,...
  • The race is over, the battle has been won. Fred Wennemar went to be with his Lord and Savior on April 13, 2015. Fred was born on July 15, 1931, the eldest of four children of Hubert John and Emma (Conrad) Wennemar. He attended schools at Dry Creek, Bridger and EMC Billings. Fred served in the U.S. Army during the Korean Conflict. He married...