Monthly archive

March, 2013

  •   March 28 @ Columbus April 6 @Colstrip April 13 @ Laurel April 20 @ Skyview April 25 @ Columbus April 27 @ Bozeman April 30 @ Laurel May 2 @ Billings West May 4 @ Laurel May 10 District @ Laurel May 16 Divisional @ Laurel May 24-25 State @ Bozeman
  •   April 6 @ Big Timber April 12 @ Forsyth April 18 @ Pryor Creek April 22 @ Bridger Creek April 25 @ Eagle Rock April 27 @ Columbus May 1 @  Roundup May 7 @ Red Lodge May 13 Divisional @ Pryor May 20 State @ Big Fork  
  • By Commissioner Roger Koopman The collision of two cherished principles -- the constitutional right to privacy and the public’s right to know – is often described as a “delicate balance” where, under any given set of circumstances, one trumps the other. These are challenging decisions, with commissioners and judges often...
  •   To the Editor, Hello Leaders of Community Groups. (BRTA, B/A Wilderness, RL High School, RLMLA, Rotary, Lions, Boys & Girls Club, Rewind, RLACF, Chamber, City of Red Lodge) I’m trying to put together a park cleanup on the Saturday before Earth Day, which is April 20. I’m told that other groups may already be doing...
  •   To the Editor,  This week in Helena our legislators will have the historic opportunity to vote to make meaningful and positive changes in the health care delivery system in Montana. Our legislators will decide if they will expand Medicaid health insurance coverage to 70,000 low income Montanans who now have no insurance. These...
  •   Haakon Bruce Lie died March 14, 2013, at the age of 70. The son of Leif and Doris Lie. He was born in Pensacola, Fla., at the Naval Air Station Base. Haakon grew up on a farm near Cyrus, Minn., where he attended school until going to the West Central School of Agriculture in Morris for his high school years, graduating in 1960. He...
  •   Luther: All children who will be at least five years old by Sept. 10, 2013 are welcome to attend the screening on Monday, April 15.  During the screening, the children will work with several professionals who will evaluate their readiness in the areas of verbal, perceptual, and auditory processing.  The results of this test can...
  •   After months of practice and preparation, dedication and rehearsal, the Tri-County Honor Band, a group of 75 students from 11 different schools from three counties performed beautifully for an audience of parents and community members at Bridger High School. The March 19 concert featured a variety of complicated pieces from a wide spectrum...