Monthly archive

January, 2014

  • The boys Bridger Scouts traveled to Park City to take on the Panthers on Friday night, for what would be a nail bitter. The Panthers were able to get out to an early lead in the 1st quarter, taking a 15-5 lead. In the 2nd quarter, the Scouts offense kept pace, keeping themselves within striking distance going into the half. Trailing 30-21 at the...
  • The Roberts Lady Rockets and the Fromberg Lady Falcons squared off in a game that could be considered the tale of two halves. The 1st quarter of the cross county game ended with the Falcons taking a lead of 11-7, and were able to hang on going into the half up 17-13. However, the Rockets were able to take their first lead of 25-22 going into the...
  • The annual Stano Cup ski races were held at Red Lodge Mtn on Jan. 3,4 2014. The giant slalom races were held on the Lower Limited run. the Slalom race scheduled for Sunday was cancelled due to cold temperatures and high winds. Overall winners were Silver Brelsford from Bridger Ski Foundation with 2 first place finsihes, and Riley Selby from Silver...
  • The David vs. Goliath battle goes on to permit a small group of rural electric cooperatives to go fully bankrupt and liquidate. Beartooth Electric Cooperat i v e (BEC) r e c e n t l y informed members that change is in the air for 2014 after the recent firing of Southern Montana Electric Generation and Transmission Cooperative, Inc.’s (...
  • Carl Ed Ungefug, 83, went to be with our Lord and Savior on Jan. 6, 2014. Ed was born at home on the family farm in Belfry, on Dec. 30, 1930. Father, John Ungefug, and mother, Sophie Wagner Ungefug, raised Ed in Belfry, where he graduated from high school and joined the Navy in 1949. When he returned home, he worked for Beuing Electric in Red...
  • Alan Joseph Solch, 62, a resident of Sedro-Woolley, passed away unexpectedly at his home on Dec. 6, 2013. Alan was born in Melrose Park, Ill., Nov. 24, 1951, the son of Joseph and Doris (Collin) Solch. He was raised and attended school in Glen Ellen, Ill., graduating from Glenbart High School. He then attended the College of Dupage County where he...
  • Paul a Be v e r l e y Palmer, age 63, beloved mother, wife, and dear friend, passed away Jan. 4, 2014 in Red Lodge. Born in Billings, on June 24, 1950 to her proud father, Beverley Ingraham Palmer and adoring mother, Frances Irene Brown she was the second of two children. Paula grew up in Billings where she and her sister, Donna, forged fond...
  • To the Editor, Thank you to the people who braved icy roads to attend the Molt Volunteer Fire Department’s chili supper and auction. Your support of the department means a lot. Every year we are amazed by the items donated to the auction and by the prices you willingly pay. Thank you, again. (And hope to see you next year.) Molt VFD Molt
  • To the Editor, After almost 20 years of serving the Red Lodge area community, I want to thank all my customers for all the years of serving them. I am retiring and leaving the recycling program in the good hands of Scott Wilson who will carry on for the community. It is my hope that the county will pick up this excellent program that leaves a...
  • The Joliet FFA Alumni recently sponsored their third annual coyote hunt, Jan. 3, at the Boyd Community Center. Here are the results: 1st – Jeff Cardarelle and Paul Meyers – 5 Coyotes – prize $1,700 (split the registration pot 50/50 with the Joliet FFA Alumni) 2nd – Cody Krook and Roland Redfield – 4 coyotes (112...