Monthly archive

July, 2013

  • Local and state investigators have ruled the death of a 27-year-old Absarokee man found near his home early Sunday morning a homicide. Forest Dana was found deceased outside early Sunday in alley by family members roughly two blocks from his home, according to the Stillwater County Sheriff's Office. A 911 call was placed to authorities at 7:18...
  • Class of 1963 The Red Lodge Class of 1963 is having their 50th high school reunion Aug. 9-11 and would like to invite the classes of 1962 and 1964 to join them for one of their events. If interested please call Linda Mann at 446-2245 or Georgia Wells at 446-0203.
  • Cruisen Red Lodge Car Show attracted all manner of vehicles from the 1920s to the 1970s on Saturday. The crowds were also out inspecting these fine works of chrome art. Sunday sees the Nostalgic Drag Races at the Red Lodge Airport. For more photos please click here.
  • Meeting announced for Cycle Greater Yellowstone, Aug. 2 from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. at Red Lodge Area Community Foundation Building located at 122 Hauser Avenue South, Red Lodge.Please feel free to bring a snack/beverage with you. Hosts: Jennifer Drinkwalter, Assistant Event Director (riders and routes) of CGY and Patty Davis, RLA Chamber ED and CGY...
  • Bridger Jr. high track compete well at games The Bridger boys Jr. high track team competed at the Big Sky State Games 5K last weekend, Billings, with Keaton Rushton coming 3rd in his event. The team, which includes Willow Peterson, Russell Zentner, and Garrett Coon are coached by Tammi Roger, assistant Jr. high coach. Also competing was Dan Lavy...
  • Krist Hager, director of photography, lines up a shot in the Pollard Hotel restaurant, Friday. With him is Forrest Graves, production assistant, and, unsighted, Bob Dannic, grip. The crew were shooting a scene for an upcoming series called 'Hotel History' for Twelve02 Television. The transmission date is not known at this point.
  • It was action packed drama at the Shakespeare in the Park production of Henry V at Lions Park on Wednesday. A goodly crowd turned up to enjoy the account of the Battle of Agincourt 1415, as only the Bard could write it.
  • Carbon County officials are continuing to search for a 22-year-old male from Pennsylvania who is believed to have drowned in East Rosebud Lake, west of Red Lodge in the Custer National Forest. According to Carbon County Undersheriff Dan McJunkin, Christopher M Elliot went swimming with three friends July 23 and had decided to swim across the lake...