Monthly archive

April, 2014

  • For their implementation of reusable cups to eliminate waste at sporting events, Red Lodge “Green Team” was awarded first place and $650 from the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) Mont ana Chapt e r, Gr e e n Schools Challenge. On March 24, Middle School Science teacher and Green Team advisor, Pamela Nell traveled to the...
  • Students from Roberts and Fromberg brought home top prizes for their work at the Montana National History Day competition in Billings, March 29. The theme this year was “Rights and Responsibilities.” Not only engaging students in history, National History Day encourages students to conduct primary and secondary research from various...
  • Red Lodge U19 soccer c lub played the f i rst matches of the season in Billings on Saturday. Red Lodge lost the first game to Bozeman Blitzz 10 - 1 in a non-district game. Red Lodge, playing short due to players gone for spring break, was rusty playing on grass for the first time of the season. Red Lodge won the second game 4 - 3 beating Highline...
  • Dedication, team commitment and hard-work seemed to pay off for the ten Joliet students who competed at the 84th annual FFA State Conference, March 26-29 in Great Falls. With over 1,800 FFA students attending, Joliet chapter, along with other schools in Carbon County, fared quite well. Speaking about Joliet’s success, “All members are...
  • Owen Wallila, a 1st grader at Roberts, took home a state champion title for his age and weight by winning first place at the AAU MT State Championship last weekend in Butte. Wallila won his first match with a 6 to 3 decision, and his second match won by decision 10-0. The Carbon County Wrestlers had 7 particpants at the event. Riley Devries took...
  • To prevent the birth of unwanted kitten litters and to further reduce the number of homeless animals in Carbon County, Beartooth Humane Alliance will be offering its free spay/neuter clinic, Operation Nip & Tuck XII, on Friday, April 25 for cats only at a new location. This spay/neuter clinic will replace the traditional clinic held in...
  • “All natural, no product,” is the trick to John Cordes’ boldly quaffed handlebar mustache. Cordes, who manages the newly opened Heavy Horse Bar in Roberts was recently awarded the second annual STACHE achievement award-- Stately Team for Appreciation Contributions to Hair Excellence, March 30. Presenting the “priceless...
  • William James Morrison, 67, of Jol iet passed away on Friday, April 4, 2014 at St. Vincent Healthcare Center. He is survived by his brother, Kenneth Morrison of Prescott, Ariz. Per William’s request no services are scheduled. Arrangements are in the care of Dahl Funeral Chapel and memories and condolences may be expressed at www....
  • Raymond B. Mus, 86, of Laurel, passed away March 30, 2014 at the Billings Clinic. He was born April 4, 1927 in Red Lodge, the son of Earl and Ilmi “Mary” (Hendrickson) Mus. He joined the Merchant Marines and was stationed in the Far East, including Korea, Vietnam and the Philippines during World War II. He was very proud of his years...
  • From a very young age, Elva was a bright star, independent and fun loving. She was an exuberant soul whose philosophy toward life was “Why not?!!” Elva, known as “Ma” to her children, “Granny” to her grandchildren and great grandchildren, passed away on March 24, 2014, surrounded by family. Elva was born on Dec...