Monthly archive

August, 2013

  • To the Editor, Last year my son, whom is a responsible, great grades, attendance, etc, had his locker sniffed by a dog based on his aquaintances and his choice for longer hair. I was not notified at all by the school. I am all for ensuring our students and children are not participating in illegal drug activity, however there is no mention of...
  • Last year my son, whom is a responsible, great grades, attendance, etc, had his locker sniffed by a dog based on his aquaintances and his choice for longer hair. I was not notified at all by the school. I am all for ensuring our students and children are not participating in illegal drug activity, however there is no mention of notifying parents...
  • Students around Carbon County will see green when the Mountain View Elementary School students in Red Lodge start their year off, thanks to newly installed Playground Grass by ForeverLawn. The synthetic grass is so durable it will melt snow and remain green even during the winter months. Described as “safe to play on, soft to fall on, and...
  • Meeting Call to Order: Mayor Sorrells called the meeting to order. In attendance were Council members Emily Ringer, Marla Moody, Sherry Munoz, Gary Gray; Clerk/Treasurer Tracy McNeiley; Police Chief Kyle Croft; Officer Bob Reed, Public Works Director Charles Buechler; Town Attorney Hope Freeman; Fire Chief Melvin Hoferer. Consent Agenda: Emily...
  • Burial services will be held at 3 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 18 at the Roberts Cemetery. John was born in Red Lodge in 1928 and grew up in the Roberts area. After completing military service in the Army he began a 40+ year career in the trucking industry. He is survived by his wife of 28 years, Carol (Gore) Korpela of Shelby; sons Edwin (Sharon) of...
  • Matthew Parker, 20, while in the comfort of his own home went to join his Heavenly Father, Saturday July 27, 2013. Recently, those close to Matt were witness to a true transformation in his life. We are all reassured by knowing that Matt had accepted Jesus as his Lord and Savior, and is now in the place Jesus said he was going to prepare for him....
  • Brothers forever: (L to R) Matt and Wade Christiansen   Wade Christiansen was 23 when he committed suicide after returning home injured from service in Afghanistan. His family thought he was moving on, going to school, sharing his life with his brother Matt, 25, and a young woman, Grace Anderson, 20. His parents had become accustomed to Wade...
  • Food Corp member, Alyssa Charney gives one of her last lessons at the youth garden to a group from the Children's Center, as she finishes her two years of service in Red Lodge. Not only a good friend, but also an inspiration to the community of Red Lodge, Alyssa Charney, Food Corps member, says ‘goodbye.’ After two years of hard-...
  • An informal poll asking business owners in Red Lodge how they view the Beartooth Rally came back with 88 percent giving the event a positive response. The poll was organized by Ed Williams, president of the Red Lodge City Council, with the assistance of Aldermen Bill Larson and Bill Foisy to gage some feedback from an event that stirs the emotions...