Monthly archive

February, 2014

  • To the Editor, Red Lodge Schools would like to thank everyone who helped with the girl's and boy's basketball tournament Feb. 19-22. We appreciate the great effort the community, parents, and teams put forth to make the tournament as successful as it was. A special thanks to Jack Clinton, Traci Fox and International Club for concessions,...
  • To the Editor, The article relative to the Red Lodge city council meeting Feb. 20 edition, third paragraph from the end states, “The goal of both the City and the County is to pave the road.” The article does not attribute the statement to anyone but it stills need to be addressed. It is not the goal of the County to get the airport...
  • Inspired by the September CCN article, ‘Hunger walks the streets of Red Lodge,’ Lee Merck, executive director of Common Ground, has been working with volunteers to fill the various needs of the community by offering free hot meals. With no strings attached, every Tuesday from 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m., Common Ground invites everyone--...
  • The good news for all those who routinely suffer from winter blues (and new initiates this long, snowy winter) is that Red Lodge is nowhere near to breaking its record for snowfalls. “Red Lodge is currently at 121.7 inches and the record stands at 271.7 inches in 1983,” said National Weather Service Meteorologist Joe Lester, Billings,...
  • Mitzi Vorachek has announced her candidacy for the Montana House of Representatives (HD58). The district encompasses Carbon County. Vorachek, a Democrat, who lives in Red Lodge, said, “I’m running for the a seat in the Montana House of Representatives because I want the Montana legislature to refocus on the bread and butter issues that...
  • Photo by Alastair Baker Lady Rams with their 2nd place District 4B Tournament trophy. For more photos of the District tournaments please click here.
  • At the Red Lodge council meeting last week, Mayor Ed Williams outlined the requirements he wants fulfilled for the new police chief. The council voted to approve the services of Prothman, a consulting firm based in Issaquah, Wash. for $18,500. The firm specializes in providing national and regional executive recruitment services to cities and...
  • Maybe you grew up watching “I Love Lucy” or “Leave it to Beaver.” Or maybe “Saved By the Bell,” “Family Matters,” and “MTV’s Total Request Live (TRL)” were your weekly television lineup and jam growing up. For me, the latter were my 90’s and early 2000’s memories. These...