Monthly archive

September, 2013

  • Red Lodge Rams lost their opener to Forsyth 12-6 in a closely fought game. Forsyth took an early lead before the Rams tied it up before half time. Forsyth secured the points in the final quarter.
  • A deployment of armed police personnel from both the Red Lodge City Police and Carbon County Sheriff's Department descended on a residential home at Mountain Springs Villa after dispatch had received a call from a concerned person who had talked with the resident at the house in question. The incident ended peacefully with the resident “...
  • The Sixth Annual Bridger Cares Clothing Swap has been scheduled for the first weekend in October – Friday and Saturday, Oct. 4 - 5. It will be held at the Civic Center located on Main Street in Bridger. Anyone and everyone who would like to find some “new” clothes are welcome to come to the swap. You don’t even need to...
  • J-Hawks cross country times at the Huntley Invitational, Sept. 3. Girls: Kenyon Hatten 24:03, Katie Koenigshof 24:47. Boys: Jess Grewell 21:54, Marc Grewell 23:56, Stockton Smith 23:54; Tanner White 24:52, Wyatt Luloff 26:15, Nick May 26:44.
  • Bridger girls volleyball defeated Park City, Sept. 5, 25-15, 15-14, 25-20 at park City. For Bridger, Kerrigan Bemis scored 9 of the 31 kills with Kelsey Neumann getting in two blocks. Nuemann also had 4 of the 8 aces scored this night and Colette Zentner produced 8 digs of the 22 made. Bailey Kilfoy had 16 assists from 30. At Fromberg, YC...
  • The Roberts girls volleyball team lost in straight sets to Absarokee at home Sept. 5, 25-13, 25-13, 25-13, during a hard-fought encounter that saw the Roberts girls make several comebacks and had the opposition reeling at times. Rocket Kelsey Pratt secured 4 of the 10 kills, with Savannah Weimer and Britany Prinkki got blocks in. Dani Lynn...
  • A 31-year-old Belfry man has been charged for a drunken driving crash south of Fromberg that killed his passenger and injured the other driver. Shawn Edward Christman was arrested Wednesday. He appeared in Justice Court in Carbon County on Thursday on charges of vehicular homicide and vehicular assault. Justice of the Peace Kevin Nichols set his...
  • The Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary held a luncheon at Bridge Creek Tuesday to reveal a number of exciting new things happening at the facility that houses non-releasable wildlife in Red Lodge. YWS Board President Laura Getz gave reasons why the sanctuary is a great location for a family outing and shared her own stories of taking her children...
  • On Sept. 30 several Red Lodge residents attended a Billings protest rally against remarks by Judge Baugh about a teen-age rape victim and his lenient sentencing of the rapist in Billings. Pictured left to right are Bess Fredlund and Danielle McCracken (holding sign) of Billings and Mitzi Vorachek and Polly Hawkins of Red Lodge.
  • By Eleanor Guerrero CCN Senior Reporter How does it feel in standing in the aftermath of a fire? Hot, especially if you are wearing pounds of fireproof clothes, boots and hard hat in the middle of a Montana August on Friday, Aug. 30, when Type 2 Team gave CCN a tour of Rock Creek Fire west of Highway 212 just south of and across from Rock Creek...