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Monthly archive

September, 2017

August, 2017

  • A memorial service will be geld Sept. 8 for Duane Richardson at the Veteran’s Memorial Cemetery, Laurel, at 2 p.m.
  • On Aug. 12, 2017, God called our dad, grandpa, uncle and friend home. Allen Floyd Nelson was born Dec. 7, 1924, in Livingston, Montana. He was married to Marjorie Jean Holtman on March 6, 1948. They ranched on the family place Nelson Hereford Ranch in Paradise Valley, until 1995 when they sold the ranch and moved to Red Lodge.  While living...
  • Shirley May Gabrian, 91, passed away Saturday afternoon, Aug. 26, 2017, at The Willows in Red Lodge. Shirley was born to Ida Bell (Orr) and Alonzo Leckie on May 7, 1926 in Huntley Project, Montana. Shirley became a “city girl” as the family moved to Cooke City, Montana where she was raised and educated, often skiing to school. She...
  • Jessie Mae “Pat” Burlison, 92, died early Tuesday morning, Aug. 22, at Cedar Wood Healthcare Community. Pat was born to Ole and Irene (Reineke) Jacobson on May 30, 1925 in Forsyth, Montana. Her father died when she was 18 months old and her mother later married Mr. Hill, who adopted Pat. She was raised and educated in Forsyth where she graduated...
  • To the Editor,   The current Red Lodge City Council’s debate over the passing of a “non-discrimination” ordinance, now downgraded to a resolution, is a sign that the dangerous game of identity politics is within the boundaries of our welcoming little town.   In my view, identity politics is a toxic ideology.  It is...
  • This week Carbon County Commissioner Doug Tucker, pictured left, was hospitalized for an undisclosed condition. Commissioner Bill Bullock said on Thursday, Aug. 24, “We’re functioning in the meantime. Business goes on.” During the morning, Tucker did call in from the hospital for an update from Bullock. Tucker was also not...
  • To the Editor, Two weeks ago a group of white supremacists, hate groups, domestic terrorists and Nazis lit torches and spread their sick, twisted ideology of fascism, anti-Semitism, and bigotry throughout Charlottesville, Virginia. Some incited violence, and one drove a car into a crowd of unarmed and peaceful protesters, robbing us of an...
  • To the Editor,   I was fortunate to learn values from watching my parents. I grew up in the Deep South in the 1950s and 60s.  My father was a Marine in WWII. My mother was a homemaker and community volunteer during the years the schools integrated in the South.    When white PTAs were voting to close the public schools, rather...
  • To the Editor,   At the last City Council meeting, Mayor Schoenike asked the officer on duty to remove me from city hall. I was making a statement along with about 13 others concerning the nondiscrimination ordinance currently being discussed by the council. I do not fault the officer- he was doing as he what he was instructed to do. I was...