Monthly archive

December, 2013

  • Mark Brajcich, Superintendent of Red Lodge Schools, has tended his resignation as of June 30, 2014. In a letter to the CCN he said the decision was a “somber” one but felt that for the benefit of futur e s tudent s educat o r s shouldn’t “Retire before they Retire.” He talked of his style being “obsolete”...
  • The Carbon County Sheriff’s Department will be offering rides for New Year’s Eve if an officer is available. Call 446-1234.
  • Basketball scores from Carbon County teams this week. Friday Boys Bridger 66 Absarokee 42 Custer-Hysham 56 Fromberg 40 Huntley Project 73 Joliet 67 Park City 75 Roberts 27 Red Lodge Forsyth no score Saturday Boys Joliet 65, Lodge Grass 78 Custer-Hysham 46 Roberts 32 Fromberg 45 Plenty Coup 74 Friday Girls Absarokee 48 Bridger 33 Custer-Hysham 56...
  • The following list is considered the most popular of the police blotter call-outs in the last year. These Top 20 moments begin in descending order, culminating in the grand winner! Enjoy. 20) Two callers have reported a Jeep all over the highway. The driver then pulled over and exited the vehicle, pulled down his pants, fell into the snow...
  • One way students at Bridger stand up to bullying is by painting their pinky nails and hair blue for the Mean Stinks, Gang up for Good campaign. With help from a DSVS (Domestic and Sexual Violence Services) grant to supply nail polish and painting supplies, Bridger Middle School students of FCCLA (Family, Career, Community Leaders of America) spent...
  • Starting with the first RLHS Basketball game vs. Roundup in Jan., high school sports fans will no longer be able to purchase aluminum cans and plastic bottles from Red Lodge concessions. Rather, to help reduce recyclable waste, reusable plastic cups will be sold and filled with fountain soda, water or Gatorade. In an effort to “green”...
  • Holiday entertainment at the Senior Center By Lizzie Blumenthal CCN Reporter The High Country Cowboys and Red Lodge School of Dance performed to a full house at the Senior Center in Red Lodge, Dec. 18. After the attendees enjoyed a wonderful holiday meal, The Cowboys took the stage to sing and play a variety of western ballads and classic country...