Monthly archive

June, 2013

  •   Paul Ralph Schuyler, 90, of Roberts, passed away on Thursday, May 30, 2013 at The Crossings in Laurel, where he had been a resident for about a year. He was born on Sept. 25, 1922 in Huntley Project, to John and Molly Schuyler. Services will be held on Saturday, June 8, 2013 at the First United Methodist Church at 10:30 a.m. in Roberts...
  • Wade Erik Christiansen, age 23, much loved son and brother and friend, died on May 29 in Bozeman. Wade was the son of Lee and Lori Christiansen of Red Lodge and a brother to Matt Christiansen of Bozeman. Wade proudly served his country as a paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne Division of the United States Army in Afghanistan.  Cremation has...
  •   Ron Krook, 79, of Joliet, passed away of natural causes Sunday, May 26, at Beartooth Healthcare Community in Columbus. Ron was born on Oct. 25, 1933 in Boyd, a son of Victor and Florence (Warila) Krook. He attended Rocky Flat School and completed the eighth grade in Joliet, after which he began farming with his dad. He served in the U.S....
  • Siegfried Ernest Serfazo, 80, of Joliet, passed away Saturday, June 1, 2013 at Beartooth Billings Clinic, Red Lodge. He was the son of Steve and Elizabeth Serfazo, born Feb. 15, 1933 at McKeesport, Pa. Ernie was preceded in death by his parents and a sister, Roberta. Survivors include his sisters: Nancy O’Keefe of N. Huntington, Pa.,...
  • To the Editor: Soon our Senators in Washington D.C. will be given a chance make significant changes to our current immigration system. Senate Bill 744 was written by a bi-partisan group of 8 Senators and has the broad support from key leaders in both political parties. It passed out of the Senate Judiciary committee with a vote of 13 - 5 and will...
  • To the Editor: Somehow “thank you” seems such an inadequate phrase to express the magnitude of appreciation we have for all those who came together to make the Annual Carbon County Habitat For Humanity Rummage Sale a huge success. There were many who generously donated items for the sale. There was the great crew who organized and...
  • To the Editor: Regarding the cleanup of the old mine tailings in Cooke City, the Montana Department of Environmental Quality's Tom Henderson recently said: "The removal of tailings from the impoundment is over 80 percent complete. This upcoming year should see all the mines wastes placed in the repository at the site, and possibly the...
  • To the Editor: On Wednesday, May 29, State Senator Jason Priest discussed the recent session of the Montana Legislature at a public forum sponsored by The Group. The legislative session was not a good one. The power of the special interests in the health and education industries and the public employee sector remains unchecked. The budget was...
  • To the Editor: The staff and highly engaged volunteers of the Red Lodge Area Community Foundation would like to thank the community for all of the continuous support. As we approach Fun Run 10 and celebrate “A Decade of Giving”, we honor the tremendous community support, without which we wouldn’t be able to serve the community...
  • A bomb threat in Red Lodge last Wednesday night was a false alarm said Red Lodge Police Chief Richard Pringle. The incident started when city police officers approached a van that had parked in the middle of Airport Road near Highway 78 and had turned off all its lights. A person in the van told officers they should get away because they had a...