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Monthly archive

April, 2017

  • Kristofer “Kit” Stewart and his wife, Sarah, of Luther, made sure their two little girls, aged 4 and 1 and a half, were snugly secured in their car seats in the back of their Ford Expedition as the family headed south on Highway 212 Friday evening, March 31. Sarah was driving and their 14 year old daughter was in the front passenger...
  • Over 300 people danced and twirled to make the Cowboys and Carnations fundraiser for Red Lodge Rodeo a record breaking success, according to Beth Boggio. “You know your event is a success when the cars are parked down the highway!” she laughed referring to the event held at Rock Creek Resort off Highway 212 south of Red Lodge. “...

March, 2017

  • A fairly routine Red Lodge City Council meeting stumbled briefly this week when discussions centered on the office of the city attorney. The position of city attorney is coming up for renewal and the City has four candidates in the running for the job. As Mayor Mike Schoenike finished off outlining who is on the interview panel, resident Diane...
  • “When I was young, I knew some kids that didn’t have food. It’s not easy not having food,” reflected Red Lodge High School (RLHS) student, Nicole Currier. Currier had friends that came over and her family just fed them. But she saw signs of other students at school in Red Lodge quietly suffering while experiencing hunger....
  • To the Editor, I am a very angry Joliet resident! Joliet has lost its National Champion Narrow Leaf Cottonwood that was on the highway! I am looking at the certificate given to Ted Israel, quote: ”American Forests Protecting and Restoring Forests for Life. The National Register of Big Trees proudly recognizes the Champion Tree, the largest...
  • To the Editor, Rob Quist is running for the Congressional seat vacated by Ryan Zinke. A recent article concerned Rob’s finances. Who in Montana does not know someone who had financial difficulties due to medical issues or lost wages? Rob will represent those people in Congress. Rob’s campaign is in full swing and he is holding public...
  • A bright light has faded from our lives. Bobbie Sacks passed peacefully on Monday March 20, 2017. Bobbie left her studio and loom in San Diego and moved to Red Lodge full time in 2002. She taught yoga to many, she cooked beautiful, creative meals, shared fun, smiles and laughter and built a new life. Bobbie’s passion for color and artistic...
  • A legend with a golden voice--- that voice was stilled. Frank Cole Jr. passed away March 27, 2017 at Beartooth Hospital surrounded by family and friends. He is at peace now.   Frank Cole Jr., 88, was born May 21, 1928 on a small ranch in Luther, Montana, to Frank Cole Sr. and Agnes (Haugen) Cole. He was the youngest of four siblings. At the...