Monthly archive

July, 2013

  • With Red Lodge schools out of session for the summer and an array of fresh produce to harvest, Food Corps member Alyssa Charney and youth garden volunteers bring their bounty to sell at the Farmer’s Market. For the past two markets, Charney has recruited Red Lodge youth to harvest in the mornings from the youth garden at the Old Roosevelt...
  • To the Editor, The Red Lodge Area Chamber of Commerce/Visitors Center would like to thank you for your sponsorship of a spectacular Fourth of July fireworks display that the Red Lodge community, residents and visitors have come to know and love. As you know, we weren’t able to reap the benefits of the display last year. We were grateful for...
  • To the Editor, Eleanor Guerrero’s two-part series on water and fracking asks important questions. Unfortunately, as with all matters involving water in the West, the answers are elusive. Water is an essential input to all productive activity, ranging from farming to industrial production to tourism. In the arid West, it is a scarce resource...
  • Nik, of Bridger, and his twin, Texas, were born in Roundup April 1, 1942, to Wayne and Donna (Fiske) Carpenter of Ryegate. From the early age of seven, Nik had an interest in creating images and could be found drawing horses on sandstone bluffs with charred willow. Growing up on the ranch along the Careless Creek in the foothills of the Snowy...
  • On July 16 another Angel earned her wings. Carolyn Sue Bothman, Fromberg, was called to heaven. Sue was born on Nov. 1, 1937 to Raymond and Estaleda Burzynski in Illinois. She joined her brother Don and her brother Dean followed her. When Raymond and Estaleda ended their marriage, Estaleda married Leo Miller and they all moved to Musselshell,...
  • By Alastair Baker News Editor Both police departments in Red Lodge considered the 19th Beartooth Rally one of the quietest in years. City Police Chief Richard Pringle felt that turnout was ‘’low” for both crowds and bikes. “It was drastically down,” he said. “Really quiet and kind of boring, which is good. There...
  • An 18 year old Joliet man faces a felony charge for possessing nine guns, magazines, holsters and ammo taken from the Desarro Ranch, Roberts, July 14 according to the Carbon County Sheriff’s Department. The man was heading towards Joliet in his truck and was stopped by a sheriff’s deputy north of Boyd. Inside the truck were 6 handguns...
  • The Carbon County Fair ended on Saturday at the Red Lodge Rodeo Grounds. On the final day, exhibitors showcased horses, swine and llamas. A livestock auction took place in the afternoon. For more photos please click here.