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Monthly archive

May, 2016

  • The Ad Hoc committee met last week to discuss ways to keep the communication between the city and the public on an even keel. The committee comprises three city council members, Bill Foisy, Maryvette, Martha Brown and three members of the Red Lodge Community Oversight Committee (COR), Diane Dimich, Bill Larson, Beth Steen and Michael Keys. Also...
  • The Red Lodge School of dance celebrated its 30th Year last week with a stunning display of creativity encapsulating ballet, jazz, modern, Hip-Hop and tap. Pat Luptuk, who started the school in 1986, Elizabeth Prather and Samantha Italiano received rapturous applause from a packed house at the Civic Center for the work they have achieved with...
  • To the Editor, Having been initially diagnosed with cancer at age 5 and having gone through cancer 6 times, I’ve experienced first-hand how the mental and physical side effects of treatment can take a toll on one’s quality of life. As doctors focus on the cancer treatment, comfort and concerns such as pain, nausea, shortness of breath...
  • On Wednesday, May 4, class for some lucky Red Lodge students consisted of a day in the forest amongst the budding leaves of aspen and scented pine at Wild Bill Lake in Custer National Forest. Children from Mountain View Elementary, grades 1-3, clambered aboard large rocks and skipped over little streams, having a ball. The US Forest Service was...
  • With track season coming towards the finish line, the Joliet boys and girls teams continue their run of good results. At the Stillwater Invitational held at the Laurel Sports Complex last weekend, the boys finished runners up for the 4th time this season, and the girls took 4th place, making it four top 5 finishes so far. For the other boys...
  • Alice Elizabeth was born to John and Mary (Kruzich) Trinaystich on Dec. 7, 1912 in Red Lodge, Montana. She was the youngest of four children born to this marriage. Her father was a coal miner and the year Alice was born he was seriously injured in a mine accident in which he lost a leg. This put a severe strain on the family, so Alice’s...
  • Montana rancher and cowboy poet, Chuck Murphy, peacefully reached his final destination early in the morning of May 6, with family by his side. Born in Sheridan Wyoming, he is preceded in death by his father Carl Otis “Pat” Murphy, mother Josephine Kerns Murphy, brother Jimmy, and sister Joann. Chuck is survived by his wife of 64 years...
  • As far as Mark Fenton is concerned there are no financial excuses when it comes to building a better future for the next generation. “If you think you are stricken by technical know how or by dollars then your job is to think of an alternative that solves that,” said Fenton. “I’ve worked in poorer communities who have found...
  • On Saturday May 7, 9:30am to 1:30pm, the Beartooth Front Community Forum will host a public forum on the topic of active transportation in Red Lodge. Active transportation is the vision, policies and actions needed to complete a seamless network of on- and off-street pathways that integrate walking, biking and other forms of human-powered...