Monthly archive

June, 2014

  • A Subaru caught fire on E. 12th Street, Red Lodge, Saturday afternoon. No one was hurt in the incident. The car, owned by Maybelle Wexler,caught fire only seconds after Wexler and her dog, a 5 year old Miniature Pinscher called Sara, exited the vehicle. Wexler said she had been to the post office and had just driven down by Rock Creek to see the...
  • A male arrested for DUI late last night by Red Lodge City Police escaped from the Carbon County Sheriff's Office while going through processing. He is 5' 6", 260 lbs, heavyset with dark hair. He may or may not be handcuffed. He is not local and is being charged with felony DUI and felony escape. The public should call the authorities...
  • Red Lodge Rangers earned two important victories on Saturday in Butte, putting them back into first place in the MYSA league. Firstly they beat the Laurel Storm 5 – 1 with some excellent goals from Colson DeCarlo, Connor Beck, Ridge Tomlin, Will Haman and Joe Lemoine. In game two they beat a physical Butte team 1-0 as the wind picked up at...
  • The State B track meet was held in Butte last week. Red Lodge gi r l s came 3rd, Joliet girls 9th. In the boy’s events, Red Lodge placed 15th with 10 points, Joliet, 20th with 4 points. Becky Eichelberger, Red Lodge Rams, Head Track Coach, said the season had “an amazing finish.” “The weather couldn’t have been more...
  • The Red Lodge Rams girls track team placed third at the Montana State B track tournament in Butte last week, breaking 4 high school records in the process. The Rams ended the day with 38 points, tying for third with Manhattan. Plains were named champions with 83 points, and Big Fork were runners up with 58.5 points. Joliet girls came in 9th with...
  • The snowmelt situation affecting the Clark’s Fork near Fromberg is under watch according to Fromberg Mayor Rich Anderson on Friday, May 30. “We are keeping an eye on it. We are keeping sandbags around in case.” But he said, “ I’ve seen it worse. It’s gone down a bit today. There are a few places where we spot....
  • The Tourism Advisory Council (TAC) was given a warm welcome by Yellowstone Country, the Carbon County Chamber of Commerce, Red Lodge City Council and the Red Lodge community when a reception was held for them at the Pollard Hotel this week. TAC was holding a twoday conference at Rock Creek resort where they discussed tribal tourism, marketing...
  • James D. Hoiness, 84, of Red Lodge, formerly of Billings, died Tuesday, June 3, 2014.      Memorial services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, June 6 at the Red Lodge Community Church.  A reception will follow at the Beartooth Elks Lodge.  Cremation has taken place.  Smith-Olcott Funeral Chapel is assisting with the...
  • Catherine (Rena) Marchello, 92, of Red Lodge, passed away on May 28, 2014, at The Retreat in Polson, of natural causes with family by her side. She was born on Jan. 17, 1922, in Bearcreek, to Louis and Angelina Delaurenti. As a young girl she lived with her family in Bearcreek and was educated in the Bearcreek public school. While in High School...