04/16/2015 - 9:35am
Red Lodge High School has added an astronomy class to its curriculum this year. “It’s proven very popular,” said teacher Kirt Nell. “We put it in the biggest classroom and could only fit 23 and had to turn a ton of kids away,” he said. Nell said, “It’s funky, funky cool stuff! Stars being born and dying!” Nell, a mechanical engineer who became a...
Thu, 04/16/2015 - 9:32am
 Red Lodge Mayor, Ed Williams, has thrown his hat into the mayoral race for a second time after making an announcement to run for the position earlier this week at the City Council meeting. Williams thanked the council members and all his department heads for the “impressive” roles
Thu, 04/16/2015 - 9:28am
                  The Joliet Girls track team finished 4th at the Manhattan Invite last week, gaining 49.5 points only 8.5 shy of a second place finish. Manhattan won the girls and boys event. For the girls, Tru Roginske impressed with 4 first-place
Thu, 04/09/2015 - 10:12am
With last week’s surprise fire flare up on Rock Creek coming so early in the year, hearts have been in throats wondering how the summer months of July and August will pan out. With a mild winter bringing in a less than average snow pack the land around will be reliant on spring rains to