Monthly archive

October, 2013

  • To the Editor, I would like to use this forum to publicity thank Crystal and Laura at the Bridger Public Library for the courtesy and professionalism which they have afforded me when I find myself needing help while in the library. They are an asset. Groucho Marx has been quoted as saying, “Outside of a dog, a book is a man’s best...
  • To the Editor, There is a lot to admire about Ed Williams. Ed brings solid credentials as a candidate running for Mayor of Red Lodge. His vast, varied, and successful business career provided the strong foundation necessary for his effective contributions to the Red Lodge City Council for the past 3 years. Ed's experience in dealing with...
  • To the Editor, I have known Ed for over 40 years, seventeen of which he managed various businesses where I was an investor in the business. For several years Ed was the Chief Financial Officer of a public company in Melbourne, Florida that did classified work for the Department of Defense.  In that position he managed numerous employees as...
  • To the Editor, I was amused by Mr. Lehnherr's letter espousing juvenile opinions and comments concerning the Republican dinner and movie event on Oct. 6. You see, he's the man who wasn't there. If he had been at the Republican event, he would have enjoyed an excellent meal in the company of people exploring the issues of “...
  • To the Editor, Bridger Cares would like to heartily thank everyone who helped make the Sixth Annual Clothing Swap the most successful one ever. We had a record number of individuals bring clothes and take clothes. Many of the people who brought clothing on Friday morning stayed to help sort, thus making our job much easier. Kudos to you folks. We...
  • To the Editor, I was one of those oblivious loons attending the snake oil rally and getting fed propaganda and a meal and was also greatly offended by the “ironically funny” letter on ‘Fracking Misinformation.’ I didn’t see blinders on any in the attending group, just intelligent people wanting to be better informed,...
  •  While Congress contemplates, Montana farmers and ranchers are hard at work. The sugar beet harvest is ongoing in Carbon County. Corn is being harvested. Grains are in. Montana Department of Agriculture (DOA) spokesman Ron Zellar reported, “We have two state employees assisting in the federal National Agriculture Statistical Survey....
  • Arthur E. French III passed away suddenly on Sept. 30, 2013, in Red Lodge. He was 49 years old, born on July 19, 1964, in Bryn Mawr, Penn. He was called Beau by his family and Boz by his friends in Montana and New Jersey, where he spent most of his life. He is survived by his mother, Sandra Rhodes of Palm Coast, Fla., his three sisters, Wendy...
  • Roberts Rockets defeated Billings Christian 25-19, 25-19, 26-24. Kylee Everett got 4 of the 10 aces, Kelsey Pratt 12 of the 44 digs, Brittany Prinkki 6 of the 20 kills, Savvy Weimer 1 of 3 blocks and Donni Lynn Nardinger 100 percent for assists, 17 from 17.