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Monthly archive

August, 2016

  • To the Editor, The political cartoon in the August 11 Carbon County News takes an ill-informed dig at the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare. Montanans should be celebrating the phenomenal success of the ACA in Montana, with rates of uninsurance plummeting from 20% in 2012, and 15% in 2015 to 7.4% percent now. (See HYPERLINK "...
  • Lyndelle Maude Johnson died on Aug. 12, 2016 in Hamilton, at Valley View Estates. She was 101 years old, born Aug. 4, 1915 in Dillon, to Chester Leroy Baldwin and Ruby Delle (Fulks) Baldwin. Lyndelle grew up in the Red Lodge area and was married to Smertsi Johnson, who died in 1987. Lyndelle was laid to rest next to her husband at the Roberts...
  • Morris John Bauwens, 89, left us on Aug. 15, surrounded by family and friends. Morris was born Aug. 29, 1926 to Laurence and Victoria Bauwens. He enjoyed playing clarinet in the school band, graduating from Fromberg High School in 1944. Morris began a lifelong career of farming and ranching in the Fromberg area, forming the business known as J Bar...
  • Photo by Alastair Baker The Festival of Nations drew good crowds to it 2-day events at The Red Lodge Elk’s Club and Sam’s Tap Room. There was plenty for people to see and do amid the vibrant colors of the Scandinavian dancers, highland games, with Celtic tones from Christopher Layer, Celtic Fusion Dancers, and the fascination of the...
  • Larry Eugene Webster, 76, of rural Roberts, passed away at his home on Aug. 9, 2016. Larry went to Barber College, then Taxidermy School and ultimately became a department head in the retail service industry. He retired from Walmart. He loved hunting and fishing and skillfully caring for his own trophies. No one was more excited for the holidays...
  • Leo Edwin Peterson was born in Fromberg, on March 19, 1923 and passed way Aug. 13, 2016 in Billings. He received his schooling at Sand Creek and Fromberg Schools. He enlisted in the U.S. Army in March 1943 and was discharged in December 1945. He married Beulah Brown in November 1946 and to this union was born Linda, Dianne, Lowell, Lyle, Lee and...
  • There may be gold in the hills but there’s Gaming Gold coming to Fort Rockvale Restaurant and Casino as the new proprietor, Cody Hoefle, hopes to bring in not just gamers, but families as well. “We will bring in 20 machines,” said Hoefle recently, a native Montanan, but that is not the draw for him. He was quick to say he envisions a place to...
  • There may be gold in the hills but there’s Gaming Gold coming to Fort Rockvale Restaurant and Casino as the new proprietor, Cody Hoefle, hopes to bring in not just gamers, but families as well. “We will bring in 20 machines,” said Hoefle recently, a native Montanan, but that is not the draw for him. He was quick to say he envisions a place to...
  • A club founded by one person’s passion to seek out all 50 high points across the USA has culminated in a worldwide fraternity of which 279 members visited Red Lodge over the course of last week. The Highpointers Club was the brainchild of Jack Longacre who placed an ad in the October 1985 edition Outside Magazine seeking others with a...