Monthly archive

October, 2014

  • David Round, of Montana Mobile Document Shredding in Billings, helped 16 people shred over 1,600 lbs over the weekend… 1,600 lbs of old paper documents that is. First Interstate Bank, Red Lodge, sponsored a Community Shred Day to promote sustainability and prevent fraud. For those not quite sure about handing over records of their banking...
  • The existing material (dirt) on Brewery Hill is too soft and unsuitable to build the new road upon according to the latest construction update from Goran.  The company is in the process of cutting out and removing approximately 2,500 cubic yards of the unsuitable dirt. This material will be replaced with material from off-site. Once the new...
  • Jason Priest’s attorney, Woodland Law Firm, Billings, has asked the Carbon County District Court to modify Priest’s condition of release set on Feb. 20, this year. A hearing will take place, Nov. 13 at 1:30 p.m. The conditions stipulate that Priest shall have no contact with the alleged victims of the crimes and the families and he...
  • Anticipated for the Week of October 3: Brewery Hill: Starting Oct. 4, Brewery Hill will be closed. Traffic will be detoured to Airport Road. Motorists can access Broadway via 19th. The closure was requested by the City of Red Lodge and will help accelerate construction. The closure will last three to four weeks. Goran has completed the storm drain...
  • The Bridger Lady Scouts have been on quite the roll lately, and they continued that success over the past week. The Scouts opened up the week, traveling to Park City, to take on the Lady Panthers. The Panthers pushed the Scouts to four games, giving them everything they had, but the Scouts proved to be too much. Led by seniors Shaniah Schwend and...
  • Nearby lightning strikes warranted an hour “lightning delay” of the first conference match up for the Red Lodge football team while playing Joliet at last Friday’s Ram’s Homecoming. With just over 5 minutes in the second quarter left to play and Rams leading 14 to J-Hawks 9 points fans were asked to get off the metal...
  • The smoke was thick and shots rang in the air as Belfry students took the field to reenact a battle of the Revolutionary War. The “soldiers” held their lines, practicing British and American troop tactics and marching. While this may seem like a fun day to explore history, this day was just one requirement for a semester long class...
  • Louise Howard Krum went to be with her Lord and Savior, Sept. 16, 2014 at the age of 83. Louise was born Feb. 23, 1931 in Bearcreek to Lloyd and Magee Howard. She grew up, graduated and got married in Belfry. After she married she lived with her husband Henry Krum in Laurel, before they moved to Pasco, Wash., in 1955. She lived in Pasco for her...