Monthly archive

July, 2014

  • An Open House to celebrate a life well lived will be held to honor Judy Dodd, 11/17/1944 – 5/10/2014, at 1430 Lazy M., Red Lodge July 5, at 5 p.m. R.S.V.P. (208) 345-5694.
  • Susan K. Loomis, 67, of Boyd, passed away on June 24, 2014, after a courageous battle with cancer, with her family and close friends by her side. She was born on March 21, 1947, to Frank and Millie Winklbauer in Cleveland, Ohio. Her family moved to Berea, Ohio, when she was a young girl, where she received her education. Sue attended Bowling Green...
  • Robert (Bob) John Bleeker, 50, of Joliet passed away on Wednesday, June 25, 2014.   He was born on March 2, 1964 the son of Dr. John and Dorothy Bleeker in Chicago, Ill.  Bob and his family moved to Montana when he was 9 years old and he knew at that age he wanted to be a rancher. Bob grew up in Joliet and graduated from Joliet High...
  • Alice C. Hayden of Bridger passed away early Tuesday morning, May 27, 2014 at Cedar wood Villa in Red Lodge, of pancreatic cancer. Alice was 87 years old. Alice was born in Hardin, on Jan. 26, 1927. She was the youngest of four children of Neva A. and Gerald F. Corwin. Alice grew up on the family homestead near Hardin and the Bair sheep ranch in...
  • Broadway from 3rd to Robinson will open tomorrow, July 2 for the Red Lodge Rodeo Holiday Weekend. Broadway will remain open the week of July 7 while the rest construction from 3rd to Robinson is completed with traffic control. Travelers may still elect to use the Detours next week to avoid any short delays due to flagger stations. Broadway will be...
  • A total of 113 fires in the NW Territories of Canada and northern Alberta, covering approximately ½ million acres, are responsible for the hazy weather conditions of late. Most are from lightning strikes. Smoke from these fires is being carried down from the jet stream into Montana. Reductions in visibility are not anticipated. For more...

June, 2014

  • Aside being an indifferent summer with raindrops splashing across our skies it’s been a lot better than the Snow White purgatory of the last nine months. The charming, rich hues of warmer climes have given the eyes a huge rest from squinting out at another layer of white icing lying across the yard. So it should come as no surprise that both...
  • After extensive meeting with the Red Lodge City’s bond attorney last Thursday, Mayor Ed Williams told the City Council, Tuesday, he has decided to delay the Special Improvement District (SID) plans for the Country Club Estates to help improve the roads there. Williams cited difficulties in accomplishing “all the necessary tasks and...
  • Roberts Streitmatter and Steve Galloway, owners of The Beartooth Gallery in Red Lodge, proudly handed over $6,144.60 to Mayor Ed Williams last Friday to provide for a handicapped chair lift for the Red Lodge City pool. A fundraiser at the Gallery, showcasing the work of Brenna Tyler and Jerry Inman, along with a raffle for $2,000 worth of...