Monthly archive

September, 2013

  • To the Editor, Thank you for making Red Lodge Fun Run for Charities a wildly successful event. I deeply appreciate all of the donors, sponsors, staff, charities, volunteers and participants who made the day possible. Over 1,000 participants joined together in Lion’s park to support the charities who make a wide variety of positive impacts to...
  • To the Editor, Eighteen months ago, three Cycle Greater Yellowstone organizers (myself included) emerged from a first reconnaissance meeting in Red Lodge with identical thoughts. “We need to end here,” we began saying, not 10 feet from the Pollard’s door, about our inaugural tour, “and even add a second day.” The...
  • To the Editor, We have a Government of indecision, deception, lies, and most everything despicable. Is it any wonder our "Allies" don't trust us? I am not for anymore military conflicts but we have a president who writes executive orders when he can't have his way. This man is a puppet in the hands of the money people, the power...
  • To the Editor, The recent Amended Plan to restructure the bankrupt Southern Electrical Cooperative, filed with the Court on Aug. 14, is the second time the Court Appointed Trustee, Lee A. Freeman, presented a plan to restructure Southern. It does not take a great deal of knowledge or wisdom to recognize that restructuring is not the way to proceed...
  • To the Editor, The holiday party season is here and I would like to take this opportunity to speak about drinking and driving.  My husband, Wilf, was killed by a drunk driver on July 3, 2010 .  My family and I recently attended the sentencing of the man responsible for the accident.  This young man is 27 years old and...
  • A couple of days ago, I took a walk down Nostalgia Lane to visit Winters’ Store in Roberts. Any time my mom stopped to visit Aunts Agnes and Julia in their adjoining homes back in the late 1940s, my brother Joe and I would cross the highway and the Northern Pacific tracks to head for Winters on Main Street. Winters was a small drug store,...
  • Our mother and grandmother, Lola M. Coyle, passed away on Aug. 27, 2013 in Liberty Lake, Wash.  She was born on July 30, 1932 to Tony and Marie Farias in Fromberg.  Her father, along with his brothers, homesteaded at the head of Blue Water Creek.  Later they bought a dairy where Lola was raised.  After...
  • Carbon County was well represented on Saturday at the Columbus Volleyball Tournament. Bridger, Joliet, and Red Lodge took part. This is a great chance for players and coaches to test the waters for the coming season. For some it was their first chance to play on the varsity level, for others it was a chance to get back into the groove. Coaches...