Monthly archive

October, 2014

  • The Bridger Lady Scouts have been on quite the roll lately, and they continued that success over the past week. The Scouts opened up the week, traveling to Park City, to take on the Lady Panthers. The Panthers pushed the Scouts to four games, giving them everything they had, but the Scouts proved to be too much. Led by seniors Shaniah Schwend and...
  • Nearby lightning strikes warranted an hour “lightning delay” of the first conference match up for the Red Lodge football team while playing Joliet at last Friday’s Ram’s Homecoming. With just over 5 minutes in the second quarter left to play and Rams leading 14 to J-Hawks 9 points fans were asked to get off the metal...
  • The smoke was thick and shots rang in the air as Belfry students took the field to reenact a battle of the Revolutionary War. The “soldiers” held their lines, practicing British and American troop tactics and marching. While this may seem like a fun day to explore history, this day was just one requirement for a semester long class...
  • Louise Howard Krum went to be with her Lord and Savior, Sept. 16, 2014 at the age of 83. Louise was born Feb. 23, 1931 in Bearcreek to Lloyd and Magee Howard. She grew up, graduated and got married in Belfry. After she married she lived with her husband Henry Krum in Laurel, before they moved to Pasco, Wash., in 1955. She lived in Pasco for her...
  • Gary Moos was born in Billings on April 12, 1954 to Otto and Rose (Jund) Moos. He was the youngest of six children. Gary attended Fratt Elementary and Billings Central High School, graduating in 1972. Following graduation he attended Bi l l ings Vo -Te ch and became an automatic transmi s s ion mechani c for Brown’s Auto Service in Billings...
  • Canyon James Cook was born on Sept. 22, 2014 at 10:30 p.m. He weighed 6 oz and was 8” long. Canyon passed away peacefully in his parents’ arms after one beautiful, unforgettable hour. Canyon will be looked after in heaven by his big brother Calvin. Canyon is deeply loved by his daddy, Don Cook, his mommy, Pennie Cook, his sister, Rayne...
  • Eva Marie Farnham, 90, of Red Lodge, died peacefully with family by her side on Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2014. She was born on Nov. 5, 1923 to O.J. and Gertrude (Dinsdale) Salo in Red Lodge. Eva was the third of five children and their only daughter. She graduated from Carbon County High School in 1942 and went on to study at Billings Business College...
  • Elizabeth (Liz) Pedro, age 79 of Red Lodge passed away on Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014 at Cedar Wo o d Healthcare Community after a long battle with Lewey Body Dementia. Elizabeth was born on Dec. 17, 1934 in Foxborough, Mass., to John and Vitorina (Victoria) Pedro. She was the youngest of their 12 children. Elizabeth attended school and grew up in...
  • Eugene Deloss Hull, known by everyone as “Ed,” died in Red Lodge, on Sept. 21, 2014, six days shy of his 94th birthday and 39th wedding anniversary. Until the past few months, when he battled congestive heart failure, he had been remarkably healthy and fully engaged with his family, friends and life. Born in Mishawaka, Ind., in 1920 to...
  • Ted Wayne Parod, loving husband, father, grandfather, and founder of the A.L.E.R.T air ambulance and rescue program in Kalispell, Montana passed away Sept. 27, 2014 at the age of 73. Ted was born April 11, 1941 in Oak Park, Ill., and grew up in Phoenix, Ariz. where he attended Sunnyslope High School. After Graduation he joined the United States...