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Monthly archive

March, 2017

  • 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...
  • Ecclesiastes tells us, “For every time there is a season.” Perhaps it is fitting then, that as this long hard winter of 2017 turns to the season of spring, our lives have changed forever. Pam was born Sept. 16, 1954 in Chicago to George and Jane Wilson. The youngest of four children, she joined older twin Brothers Jay and Jerry and...
  • Rick McGarvey, of Joliet, was going up to Red Lodge Mountain (RLM) to ski around 10 a.m. Wednesday morning when he saw the smoke coming right out the front of the Pryor school bus in front of him. He stopped the car and cars started to line up behind him. “The bus was stopped. There was smoke coming out from under the hood of the bus. I...
  • A controlled burn along Highway 212  got out of control and burned 4 acres of land approximately 3 miles south of Red Lodge. The incident happened this morning, March 24.  According to Red Lodge Fire Chief Tom Kuntz, "the wind picked up and it took off up the hill. "It didn't burn a ton of grass and luckily hit the ditch...
  • On Thursday, March 16, the Boys and Girls Club of Carbon County hosted their annual Celebration of Youth (COY) awards at their facility in Red Lodge. A packed house came to this always fun and inspiring evening as Laura Getz, President called, “My favorite event” to honor the achievements of local youths in 24 categories for grades K-...
  • To the Editor, Parents-Franklin Graham and several other Christian leaders are asking Christians to boycott Disney’s kid’s films as they feature cartoon people in a positive way that are gay. Can be found in the Web if you’d like to. They also suggest you inform your pastors and other parents as many do not know this. You may...
  • To the Editor,   The Congressional Budget Office score is in and (surprise, surprise) TrumpCare is even worse than we feared: •24 million Americans would lose coverage over the next 10 years—14 million in the first year alone •2 million Americans with employer-sponsored coverage would lose it by 2020; 7 million would lose it...