Monthly archive

July, 2015

  • Doug grew up in Iowa where Uncle Charlie taught him to love the outdoors. He wrote his Ph.D thesis on feral dogs while attending Auburn University. He did research on multiple topics while working at SIU, MSU and the Park Service in Yellowstone. Because of his love of birds some of his favorite areas of study were the range of White Tailed...
  • John Lincoln Massick died peacefully on Saturday, June 27, 2015 in Red Lodge. John was born on Feb. 12, 1927 in Bearcreek, to parents John and Margaret (Campbell) Massick. John served during the Korean War as a military policeman and was deeply patriotic. He met the love of his life, Delores June Kahler in Red Lodge and the two were married...
  • Pauline Ruth Jarvi passed away peacefully in her home on June 29, 2015. Pauline “Polly” was born in Racine, Missouri on April 20, 1921 to Stella and Paul Barren. When her parents separated, she moved with her mom to Bearcreek, Montana, where Stella later married Ed Barker. Polly soon had two brothers, Elvin and Don, and one sister,...
  • Janet Dancer Walsh, of Red Lodge, passed away on Tuesday, June 30, 2015 surrounded by her loving family. Janet was born on May 29, 1952 in Havre, Montana to Alice and Allan Dancer. While growing up, Janet attended schools in Malta, Montana. She later met and married Bud Walsh of Zortman, Montana. They had been married for 31 years and had two...
  • To the Editor, On 9-27-12 I warned you the winds of change were coming, they are here. The far left is in the process of dismantling our way of life as we new it. The Confederate flag has been interpreted to be a racist symbol. Wow, the spin freaks really know how to twist the truth. That flag is part of American history and should stay where it...
  • "The pure and simple truth is rarely pure and never simple." Oscar Wilde Recently, early, when few were up and no businesses open, a person and/or persons committed an act of vandalism, removing from public display property – flags whose symbolism he/she/they found culturally (which is to say personally) offensive – that did...
  • To the Editor, The City of Red Lodge, for many years, has been known for it’s colorful flags, and beautiful flower baskets attached to our light poles.  Each of the light poles on Broadway has a special bracket designed to hold three to five flags.  The Flag Committee’s policy, for many years, has been to install the American flags prior to...
  • To the Editor, I don’t want this to become a war on words, but I would appreciate you giving me the space to respond to your editorial, Alastair (Baker). I have not and will not apologize for my beliefs and opinions. I do, however, feel that I used the wrong word when I said “disgrace”. I should have used the word or words, disappointed or...
  • The first car through the Red Lodge Roundabout, July 1. Gaily covered in July 4th decorations and driven by Don Hardy with his wife Becky (top left) and Rhonda Baker. A caravan of cars drove round and round waving flags and honking their horns for 10-15 minutes, and was reminiscent of Jacques Tati's film  'Playtime'. More photos...

June, 2015

  • Commenting on the U.S. Supreme Court decisiont, June 26, to legalize gay marriages across the country, Red Lodge resident Jenn Nelson said, "I saw something on Facebook that really resonated with me. A friend of mine said, "finally it is just called marriage" and that is what I like. It's just about love. We can move forward,...