Monthly archive

September, 2013

  • Shirley (Lambrecht) McJunkin, 77, of Red Lodge, passed away on Sept. 5, 2013, Shirley was born in Billings, on Sept. 14, 1935. She graduated from Huntley High School. Shirley was married to Keith McJunkin on May 3, 1957. Shirley was an author with a passion for writing who publish...
  • To the Editor, When somebody brought to my attention the article regarding Common Core Standards, which ran in the CCN a couple weeks ago, my radar beeped.  I attended the meeting on Common Core Standards at the end of the school year. I was assured that, whereas the standards would be the same for all states involved, the curriculum would be...
  • To the Editor, I attended the meeting on Common Core which is a Federal plan to set standards for all school children in the US bypassing the local school boards ideas. It deals with just math and language at this time but may in the future control what is taught in social studies as well.  There were a large number of concerned parents...
  • Members of Theatorium #1493 chapter of The Questers presented framed 9/11 artifacts to Red Lodge Fire Rescue, Sept. 9. While visiting Red Lodge in August 2011, Terence Scott, a 9/11 volunteer recovery worker from Staten Island, gave Red Lodge Fire Rescue these artifacts from the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. Scott...
  • 92 FOR the review of the government of the City of Red Lodge and the establishment and funding, not to exceed Two Thousand Five Hundred dollars ($2500.00), of a local government study commission consisting of Three (3) members to examine the government of the City of Red Lodge and submit recommendations on the government. 128 AGAINST the review...
  • Oakley Parker, born Dec. 23 1933 in Fishtail, passed away on Wednesday, Aug. 28 in Carlsbad, Calif.  Oakley was raised on a beautiful sheep ranch at the foothills of the Montana Rockies where he rode horseback to school and enjoyed his country upbringing.  He loved sharing many fond memories of his life growing up with his parents,...
  • The Sheriff's Office reports suspicious activity in Carbon County regarding the recent disappearance of several purebred dogs. Please protect your dogs - keep them under close observation and have him/her microchipped in the event of dog theft. If you are aware of any suspicious activity, please call the Sheriff's Office at 446-1234.
  • Fromberg Roberts took on North Star Saturday and despite playing a hard defensive game found themselves 33-13 down within a minute of halftime after holding the opposition to 21 points for much of the half. Further score to come.
  • Joliet fell to Huntley Project in three sets on Saturday, 25-9, 25-6,25-11. Madison Unger got 4 of the 10 kills, while Drue Kissler had 10 of the 31 digs and McKinna Olson help in all 8 assists. Spectators witnessed a five set thriller between Roberts and Fromberg with the Rockets edging out Fromberg after trailing by two sets to one, 25-15, 18-25...
  • Red Lodge Rams defeated Big Timber 25-22, 25-19, 24-26, 25-11. Daniella Russell got 15 of the 26 kills. Russell also got 2 blocks along with Jill Purcell. The scored 3 aces, one each from Kendall Prather, Rylee Kane, Hanna Kohley. Prather also got 7 of the 36 digs and Natalie Hilderman made 11 of the 25 assists.