Monthly archive

May, 2014

  • A Memorial Mass will be held for Pauline Marie Long Friday May 23, 2014 at 11 a.m. at St Agnes Catholic Church. Interment of ashes will follow at Red Lodge Cemetery. Luncheon to follow at the church.
  • Dan Segota died suddenly at his home on May 16, 2016. He came to the world on Dec.10, 1929 to Mike and Francis Pavic Segota in Red Lodge. He was the 9th of 10 children to share the home there. A large part of his young life was spent living with family and friends all over the state of Montana finally settling in Ennis in 1946 where he graduated...
  • Leslie (Les) Judkins, 86, of Bridger, died peacefully in his sleep at home May 17, 2014. He was born July 19, 1927 in Banks, N. D. to Jay and Borghild Judkins. He was the eldest of eight children and with his four brothers and three sisters grew up on a farm near Banks. He was baptized and attended the Banks Lutheran Chur ch and attended the...
  • On Tuesday, May 13, the Red Lodge High School Interact Club held their annual Summer Safety Days/Bike Rodeo event. The Mountain View Elementary students rotated through several stations including: a bicycle ride emphasizing road safety, bike maintenance, bicycle skills and drills, fire safety, EMS, and search and rescue. Thank you to the...
  • The Carbon County Liberty Group hosted Representative Krayton Kerns of Laurel, who briefed the group on the upcoming attempt to place I – 168 on the November ballot. I-168 would require any group involved in election activity to file extensive reports with the Commission on Political Practices (COPP), and to disclose its 10 largest donors....
  • On Wednesday, May 14, Tom Kohley, Chair of the Local Emergency Planning Commi t t e e (LEPC), held a meeting at the Red Lodge Fire Rescue building to discuss the risk potential caused by burn scar in the Beartooths following last year’s Rock Creek fire. He stressed a “big event” such as last July’s flooding rains may never...
  • Re d Lo d g e Hi g h School track records fell like confetti at the 4B District tournament in Laurel, May 15. First off, Daniella Russell long jumped her way to 17 feet, .75 inches to break the previous best set by Carter Theade at 16 8” in 2013. Then it was the turn of the 400-meter relay team of Isabella Martin, Daniella Russell, Stephanie...
  • Ceremonies and Parades Ameican Legion Carbon Post 17: 7 a.m. Veterans breakfast at Red Lodge Café; 8:30 a.m. Belfry Parade followed by Ceremony at Bearcreek Cemetery 10:30 Red Lodge Parade 11 a.m. Ceremony at Red Lodge Cemetery 12 p.m. Lunch: Beartooth Elks Lodge, Clark's Fork American Legion Post 71 of Bridger, Memorial Day Schedule 10...
  • Road crews are working hard to clear the Beartooth Pass of an eight-month deluge of snow and have the road open by 9 a.m. this Friday. Randy Roth, maintenance chief with the Montana Depar tment o f Transportation (MDoT), is confident the opening will take place. There is less than a 300-foot stretch of road at the top of the Pass left to uncover...
  • Democratic U.S. House candidate John Lewis visited with supporters at the Red Lodge Senior Center, Thursday to discuss his views on rural healthcare to protecting ranchers and farmers as well as the outdoors heritage that exits here. Former Montana Representative Pat Williams recently endorsed Lewis, and called him "a new generation of...