Monthly archive

May, 2014

  • Funeral services for Wilda (Wid) Colvin will be held at St. Agnes Catholic Church, Red Lodge, Montana on Saturday, May 3 at 11a.m. A viewing will be held at the church prior to the funeral mass from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. Graveside services will be in Riverside Cemetery, Cody, Wyoming on Monday, May 5 at 11 a.m. Wilda Colvin, 85, of Red Lodge,...
  •  Jim Noe, (left), Beartooth Billings Clinic volunteer board member, receives the 2014 Karas Service Award from Steve Muth, President of the Memorial Hospital Association d.b.a. Beartooth Billings Clinic. The award recognizes Noe’s years of service to Beartooth and is given in honor of the late Dr. Ben Karas. Also pictured are Dr. Karas...
  • The Red Lodge City Council will consider rotating the street dances for future Beartooth Rallies after listening to Drew Porth, owner of Babcock and Miles situated on 12th Street. The issue came up after Carl Lauritzen, owner of the Snag Bar, requested the use of 12th Street for this year’s festivities. After hearing the request, which was...
  •  A membership drive for the newly created Red Lodge Builders Association saw approximately 60 people from builders to cabinetmakers to those working in masonry, flooring, banking and Realty, turn up to listen to Dustin Stewart, Executive Director, Montana Building Industry Association (MBIA) explain the benefits of belong to such an...
  • As the state mandated Election Day of May 6, approaches, I would like to clarify some questions that I have been asked in the past couple of weeks regarding the ballot. The walk in election will be held on May 6 at the Memorial Civic Center from noon to 8 p.m. Ballots will be counted and election results will be available later that evening. What...
  • To the Editor, Cooperative efforts are always the most rewarding. Last week, MSUB men’s soccer coach Alex Balog and his entire Men’s Yellowjacket team hosted a soccer clinic for our Red Lodge spring teams. Alex and his Yellowjacket team were prepared and full of high energy as they provided soccer instruction and drills for our U8...
  • To the Editor, The other day I decided to take another look at the CCN. I had dropped my subscription of many years a while back and thought it might be time to see if it would be worth subscribing again. At the library, I read through the pages and was pleased to see articles on some local government meetings and the police blotter. When I hit...
  • To the Editor: Each year, the annual budget cycle for local governments in Montana arrives with the spring. This is a great time for citizens to become informed about how Carbon County budgets and spends our tax dollars. Last year’s county budget was almost $16 million. That’s a significant amount of money! In an effort to increase...
  • To the Editor, A warm Thank You to everyone who feasted at the Indian Dinner in support of Jane Ferguson Nature Camp last weekend.  Money raised at this event helps fund scholarships for the camps, and is much appreciated by everyone involved. Further Thanks to Martha Young and her crew for hosting this event every year...