The closing of Red Lodge Books & Teas has finished a 30-year chapter with the town. Owners Gary and Kathy Robson will be moving the business to downtown Billings in June and will open later this year.
The business, which has been in Red Lodge since 1986, was recently purchased by a new bookstore co-op in Billings. Gary Robson has been hired as...
Both the Joliet boys and girls track teams put on a strong display of skill at the Park City meet last weekend. The boys finished the day in 2nd place with 58 points and the girls in 3rd place with 60 points.
Roberts boys took 6th with 34.25 point, Bridger 14th with 10 points and Fromberg 15 on 8.25 points.
For the girls Bridger held 10th with 22...
To the Editor,
Can somebody tell me who or what group is behind changing the very unique characteristics of the great town we moved to three years ago? What was so special about Red Lodge to us is being sacrificed for the "big city" rules and regulations. What was wrong with a quaint country like small town?
Gordon and Susan...
On April 29, we tragically lost our son, brother, grandson, father and friend. Brandon left this world surrounded by his most loved ones.
His family and friends were the most important thing to him. He loved them with every ounce of his being. His three children were the loves of his life and he was so proud to call them his.
Brandon would do...
On Dec. 23, 1985 Jan and Frank Shanks received an early Christmas gift with the arrival of Dylan Tressler Shanks. Dylan spent his early childhood years in Glasgow, Montana and was an active and talented athlete in multiple sports (excelling in baseball!). His family eventually moved to Columbus, where he graduated from high school.