Monthly archive

March, 2014

  • To the Editor, I would like to thank all the people and businesses that supported and attended the 14th annual Celebration of Our Youth Awards event! I would also like to thank those that took the time to nominate youth and adults serving youth. Finally, I would like to thank the youth that were willing to share their talents with us for the...
  • To the Editor, The sixth, seventh and eighth grade students of Luther School have been selling raffle tickets for a half of a beef.  With the cold and wet weather making it difficult for the students to sell tickets, we have extended the drawing date to April 1.  Thank you to those who have already purchased tickets.  We will be...
  • To the Editor, Kids Corner would like to thank the girls on the Varsity Rams basketball team and their coach Cadance Eton. Their coach strongly supports the community and had her team volunteer in the community during their basketball season. Twice a week for the season, two gals would come to the store after school to clean. They were the most...
  • To the Editor, At 9 p.m., Saturday, March 8, I received a call from the Bridger Police Department (as did other owners in danger on Main St.) that the Sand Creek canal was overflowing on to Main St., Bridger. Having experienced this 3 other times as a property owner on Main St., I imagined the thousands of dollars of damage as in the past. When I...
  • Regardless of whether the cause is man-made or the result of a natural cycle, scientists on Wednesday, March 12, told members and attendees of the Carbon County Resource Council (CCRC) meeting that the glaciers of the Beartooth were on their way to extinction soon. "Melting Glaciers in our Watershed" was the focus of a program presented...
  • Spring is here this week, the snowmelt has started and throughout Carbon County that means bears will soon be awakening. The first grizzly was spotted last week in Yellowstone National Park. CCN checked in with local Red Lodge Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks (FWP) biologist Shawn Stewart for an update on local activities. He reported, “There...
  • On Friday, March 14, the Boys and Girls Club of Carbon County (BGCCC) held its Celebration of Youth (COY) awards for the year at the club in Red Lodge. Jody Ackerman, Executive Director of the BGCCC, seemed to echo the enthusiasm of the room when she graciously thanked the efforts of parents, teachers and other mentors that filled the rec room of...
  • About 20 community members, including Red Lodge Schools’ teachers, staff and parents met with the three potential Superintendent candidates, March 10. There to answer questions in an informal setting, Superintendent Elliott Crump of Roberts Schools, Superintendent/Principal Dennis Gerke from Centerville Schools and Robert Osborne,...
  • SKI-JORING RESULTS March 8-9 OVERALL FIRST PLACE STANDINGS FIRST PLACE STANDINGS Pee Wee Division Saturday Standings: Jack Lovely, Rider; Braden Tomlin, Skier Sunday Standings: Jace Anderson, Rider; Jack Lovely, Skier Combined Standings: Jack Lovely, Rider; Braden Tomlin, Skier Junior Division Saturday Standings: Maria Lovely, Rider...