Monthly archive

July, 2013

  • Dear valued reader, From all of us here at the Carbon County News, Happy Fourth of July. This year we celebrate our nations 237th birthday. Since the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, values like freedom of speech and free democracy are pillars that help make our country great and a model for other countries around the...
  • Sam Hoffman’s passion for beer started at a young age, but such regard for making quality beer has led to 15 years of success, as owner of Red Lodge Ales (RLA) Brewing Company and Sam’s Tap Room. To celebrate its 15th Anniversary, RLA hosted a fourcourse dinner with beer pairings, including the unveiling of the 2000th batch of beer,...
  • A relocated Wyoming grizzly with two strikes made his last strike at a local Red Lodge ranch. Last Thursday afternoon, June 18, Roxie Boggio was playing outside on her lawn with her grandchildren at the family ranch off Hwy 78 in Red Lodge, along County Road May Grade Road. “We weren’t back in the house a half hour, when our two...
  • A. J. Crasco, Dodson, Montana, gets thrown during the bull riding event, July 2 at the Home of Champions Rodeo, Red Lodge. For more rodeo action click here.
  • A 19-year-old Red Lodge man rolled his Suburban Monday on the road to the Park Side Campground roughly nine miles south of Red Lodge. The man, who was not identified, went off the left shoulder of the road leading to the campground, over-corrected and rolled the vehicle 1 1/2 times, said Montana Highway Patrol Trooper Bill Bullock. The man was...
  • "After the construction - Red Lodge Downtown Cleanup" Monday, July 1, 2013, as the fire department and business district get ready for July 2, 3, and 4th festivities.

June, 2013

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  • On Monday, June 17, the Farm and Garden Camp held its first event ever, starting in Red Lodge and sponsored by the Red Lodge Food Partnership Council. It was run by Food Corps volunteer Alyssa Charney and continued the entire week through Friday, June 21. “It was a big success; the kids loved it,” she said enthusiastically. “We...
  • State wildlife officials have euthanized a 3-yearold male grizzly bear captured on private land north of Red Lodge after it killed eight sheep last week and wounded two more. Fish, Wildlife and Parks officials say the bear was euthanized at the agency wildlife lab in Bozeman on Tuesday. The bear was captured Monday. FWP says one sheep was killed...