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Monthly archive

May, 2016

  • To the Editor, In general, Democrats work for all of us, whereas the Republican Party consistently stands with the vulture capitalists. The GOP wants to dismantle social security so that its Wall St. friends can leach millions, maybe billions, in fees from us, it is against minimum wage increases, and it wants to get rid of the Consumer Financial...
  • To the Editor, As I sit here and read the CCNews, I am once again dismayed at the inaccurate information being published.  Last week I attended an Ad Hoc Meeting with members of COR and the City Council because I am a member of COR. The Carbon County News reported that my sister Mary was in attendance and quoted her in the paper~ she was not...
  • Kurt Baltrusch and his wife Velda recently visited Red Lodge to plan a visit by the Rocky Mountain Model T Ford Club. As a part of the advance planning they met with Mayor Ed Williams, the Chamber of Commerce, and the Red Lodge Police Department. It was decided during the meetings that the week of June 12-16 was declared Model T Days by the Mayor...
  • Faces were filled with smiles as the 18 Ugandan children of the African Children’s Choir marched on stage at the Red Lodge Civic Center on Sunday, May 22, literally hopping with joy. Joy was the word of the hour as the energy was electric and maintained throughout their performance. Those expecting only a choir were surprised at the...
  • Marjorie Alice Parker, 90, of Columbus, died May 11, 2016. Marjorie was born in Casper, Wyoming, to Roland L and Alice (Claytor) Parker. When Marjie was 7 years old her father passed away from appendicitis. In 1937, her mother married Streit Bidstrup. The family moved often due to economic conditions, so Marjie attended several schools before...
  • And sadly we say goodbye to another long term Red Lodge resident Betty Waters. Betty Mae Waters was born in Bearcreek, Dec. 14, 1925 to Jesse and David Hunter. She resided in Bearcreek throughout her school years, graduating as valedictorian of her class in 1943. After graduation Betty moved to the big city (Billings) where she worked for the...
  • Veva Lee Miller was born in Fromberg, Montana on April 30, 1923 to Charles and Ruth Miller. She was the youngest of five siblings, Lester Miller, Harold Miller, Marge Cortner, and Verna Vincent, all of whom preceded her in death. Vev, as she liked to be called, spent her childhood on the family ranch east of the Clarks Fork River between Fromberg...
  • Betty was born on Sept. 8, 1927 to Edythe and Cecil Preston in Los Angeles, California. On Sunday May 15, 2016, she joined her mother and father in heaven. She was a very loving woman who cherished her family and friends. Betty graduated from South Pasadena High School, then went to business school. Betty grew up riding horses and loving every...
  • A few years ago, in Carbon County, a man died on his ranch. His elderly widow was unable to care for the animals. Quietly, on his own, Deputy Ben Mahoney went each day to feed the animals. After a few weeks, the widow was able to arrange for their care. She wrote a letter of thanks. “We get a lot of letters like that,” said Carbon...