Monthly archive

June, 2015

  • The body of a hiker who had been missing for two weeks was found last Saturday in Custer National Forest, west of Red Lodge. According to the Carbon County Sheriff’s Department Facebook page, Steven Herman, 46, of Billings, was “located several miles from his vehicle, May 30” near Elk Lake, situated approximately three miles from...

May, 2015

  • Pearl Marie (Wareheim) Culbertson died peacefully in Courtland, California and will be laid to rest on Saturday, May 30 in the Red Lodge Cemetery.  Pearl and her beloved husband, of 66 years, Frank, moved to Red Lodge in 1999.  They had deep roots in the community and enjoyed their 13 years there. Pearl was born in 1924 in...
  • To the Editor,   A big thank you to the people who participated in this year’s Habitat for Humanity Rummage Sale. Those who shopped, those who donated goods, and those who lent a hand to volunteer –you’re appreciated and made this year event another success (for the umpteenth year in a row). We’re excited to use the...
  • To the Editor, I’m not a miner and I’m not a miner’s wife. Why do I stand with the Stillwater miners? The Stillwater miners are members of our community. They raise their families here. They participate in community events here. They spend their earnings in our stores. They pay property taxes on their homes here. The same cannot...
  • As you are reading this, a small spacecraft about the size and shape of a grand piano and weighing only slightly more, is speeding through the cold, dark reaches of the outer solar system, three billion miles from Earth, closing on the planet (now dwarf planet) Pluto. This is the New Horizons spacecraft designed and built here in the U.S., and...
  • Artists David Hiltner, Koichi Yamamoto, and George McCauley are as different as chalk and cheese but that isn’t stopping them having a joint exhibition June 5 in the Loft at the Red Lodge Clay Center and June 12 at the Holter Museum of Art, Helena. All three men work in the clay medium and all three of them see the world in a remarkably...
  • The Red Lodge Area Food Partnership Council invites David Oien of Timeless Natural Food to Red Lodge on Thursday, June 4 along with Claudia Krevat of Claudia's Mesa in Bozeman and Jennifer Hill-Hart of AERO for an evening of stories, cooking demonstrations and food. This event begins at 5 p.m. at Red Lodge Books and Tea for book signing of...
  • Water, sewer debate brings up fixed-income issue By Alastair Baker News Editor A question about how the Red Lodge City Council will provide for elderly people on fixed incomes, with the proposed water and sewer rates hike, has yet to be solved. Council member Bill Foisy told those attending the public meeting last Tuesday that the council is...
  • Joliet’s TruAnn Roginske helped the girls’ team finished 7th at the State B track at Kalispell last weekend. Roginske took 1st in both the 100M and the 200M with times of 12.50 and 25.7 respectively. She also came in 3rd in the triple jump with 35-5 and 5th in the long jump with 16-5.52. In the preliminary heat of the 100M Roginske...