06/24/2021 - 12:30pm
Hunters interested in purchasing licenses or permits left over from the special license and permit drawing can do so to July 21. This new process for the sale of surplus licenses began in 2020 in response to issues in years past. Hunters can sign up...
06/24/2021 - 12:30pm
Governor Greg Gianforte today announced the disbursement of nearly $17.3 million in federal funds from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) to 42 cities and towns across the state.  “These ARPA funds will provide 42 additional towns and cities with...


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Photos by Michelle Carpenter
Gunnar Ward (front row, middle) with parents and brothers at the signing; Hal, Janice, Hayden, Graidy and Whalyn.

06/24/2021 - 12:52pm
Gunnar Ward, Joliet High School Senior, has signed with Rocky Mountain College, Billings, to play football for the Battlin’ Bears. “I am very excited for the opportunity to continue playing football at the next level and furthering my education,”...


06/24/2021 - 12:04pm
To the Editor, For the past ten years, Kelly Heaton has served our community as Executive Director of DSVS (Domestic and Sexual Violence Services). Kelly announced this week that she will be leaving DSVS to pursue other professional challenges. ...
06/24/2021 - 12:04pm
To the Editor, Please refrain from making judgments about how the Robertson Draw fire was handled/is being handled until after the firefighters have prepared their After Action Report. The firefighting community is known for objectively reviewing...


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Photo by Visions Photography
Whistle Nut and Ole.

06/24/2021 - 12:48pm
Whistle Nut and his trained bull Ole (above) are back in Red Lodge for three days of the Home of Champions Rodeo.  Meet them and the Rodeo Royalty and candidates at this year’s July 2 Kiddie Rodeo (10 & Under) at the rodeo ground, Red Lodge...
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Photos by Julie Rae and Heart Mountain Interpretive Center
Paulette Richter, of Red Lodge, conceived creating a huge metal crane similar to a larger one shown in Minneapolis, as a symbol of peace and healing, just right for Heart Mountain, Wyoming. Above, left to right, Red Lodge locals, Steve Muth, Paulette Richter (artist), Julie Rae, Betsy Scanlin and Theresa Whistler pose with the Crane sculpture at the Heart Mountain Interpretive Center.

06/24/2021 - 12:47pm
Paulette Richter, of Red Lodge, has long been making peace symbols of origami paper cranes and giving them away to spread the message. Her latest endeavor is a huge leap to large sculpture. Back Alley Metals & Red Lodge Powder Coating created...


06/24/2021 - 11:34am
Glorianne (Glory) Mahan, 86, of Red Lodge. Services pending.

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