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Monthly archive

September, 2017

  • Bill Palmer, one of the good guys, died too soon. He was born to Mary and Ted Palmer in Downey, Califor- nia, Dec. 22, 1949. In 1954, the family moved to Bellingham, Wash- ington. Bill lived the idyllic life that we think about for a child growing up in the 50s. Plenty of lasting friendships, sports and annoying his older sisters and their dates....
  • William “Bud" L. Condrey formally of Clark, Wyoming, died May 16, 2017 in Longview, Washington, from complications due to cancer. Services will be held Saturday, Sept. 23 at 10 a.m. in the Clark Pioneer Recreation Center in Clark, Wyoming.
  • Gladys Schmidt Winsor, 95, died Sunday, Sept.3, 2017, from natural causes in Red Lodge, Montana. Gladys was born on Nov. 6, 1921, to William P. Schmidt and Enda M. Bailey Schmidt in Philipsburg, Montana. She had three brothers. She attended a business college in Helena, Montana for 2 years, where she graduated. Later, Gladys joined the Navy in...
  • She was born at Deaconess Hospital on Nov. 14 1951 and passed away Sept. 4 2017. She is Survived by Jimmie Braten (husband) Ward and Wesley (Sons), Leah (Daughter In-law) Heather (Step Daughter) and family, and Glenda Newman (Sister) and family, and multiple cousins and other relations. She was well known as a Mother, Care Giver, Rancher, Musician...
  • To the Editor, I’m writing today in support of the Non-Discrimination Resolution. Specifically, I want to address one of the arguments I’ve heard against the NDR. The argument made is that Christians are incredibly discriminated against, and if Trans people receive addition- al protection against discrimi- nation it would be an affront...
  • To the Editor, The water and sewer systems are funded entirely by fees paid by the users. Since the Red Lodge water and sewer rates went into effect, City government has more than doubled the number of months that the Community Develop- ment Director’s salary was posted to those accounts from 4 months to 9 months last year. This year the...
  • To the Editor, The opposition to the non-discrimination resolution puzzles us. The resolution is simply a statement of wel- come to all by the City Coun- cil. It is not law, although it would say something good and caring about this com- munity. Don’t most of us have family and friends who are gay or lesbian? Don’t we know good people...
  • There was a good turnout at Kaleva Park last weekend to celebrate Finland’s 100th year of Independence. To celebrate the Finnish Ladies of Kaleva prepared a traditional Finnish meal called Kalamojakka, a salmon and potato chowder, with Finn bread and Llmapuuroa, a whipped fruit pudding. Lily Hyvonen, Roberts, helped with cutting the salmon...
  • The debate over Drago, the Red Lodge Drug Program K-9, continues on after Carbon County District Court granted a temporary restraining order against the City of Red Lodge “to return the Belgian Malinois dog” to Red Lodge Police Offi- cer Maleri Cates, the K-9 handler. Cates had filed the restraining order and an Order to Show Cause Why...
  • Photo by Alastair Baker First Interstate Bank in Red Lodge has sustained damage to the south side of the building after a car drove into it this morning, Sept. 16. No details are available as yet on the driver or the extent of the damage.