Rosie Manweiler passed away Oct. 15 at “The Crossings” in Laurel at the age of 96.
She was born in Laurel on Dec. 1, 1918. Rosie married Alex Manweiler on December 13, 1936 in Billings. They started married life farming in Billings. In 1943 they moved to Silesia and then to Cow Creek in 1945.
In 1948-1949 they owned the Joliet grocery...
Margaret Cameron, age 97, died on Oct. 19, 2015 at St. John’s Nursing Home in Billings.
She was born in Washoe, Montana on March 26, 1918 to John and Maggie Meilkjohn. She went to school in Washoe and Bearcreek.
Margaret married John Cameron in 1937 and moved to Red Lodge where they lived for 68 years. They operated the J & M News Stand...
Michael Marvin Naglich was born on Aug. 6, 1921 in Bear Creek, Montana to Yugoslavian immigrants John and Mary (Lisaac) Naglich. He grew up there, along with his sisters, Rose (Harold) Mac- Farland, Mary Ann “Toots” (Joe) Kosorok, and brother Joe (Vera) Naglich. Mike was the last surviving sibling, dying on Oct. 2, 2015 at the age of...
Members of the All Nations Garden Club who maintain Pride Park each Monday morning would like to thank those folks about town that have been good friends and neighbors to the park.
Also thank you to the kind people of our fair city who walk by and admire our flower beds and thank us for our work; you make it all worthwhile.
Whether it’s been...
The Red Lodge Recycling Center is to reopen this Saturday. The building has been insulated and will also have improved lighting. A second bailer will also be added later this week.
“I would like to thank Mayor Williams and Jim Bushnell and his staff for working so hard to get this completed,” said Ed Lambrecht, Area Manager, RSD -...
The proverbial straw that broke the camel’s back is how best to describe the recent decision to implement a trial period to test a pedestrian safety device.
Red Lodge Police Chief Steve Hibler is testing out an Omni-Ped, a four-sided pedestrian messaging center, down the middle of Broadway.
Hibler’s decision to go ahead with the test...
To the Editor,
I have served with a number of Mayors since 1998. Brian Roat, several times, Al Miller, Richard Gessling, Betsy Scanlin and Ed Williams.
Each of these has brought unique skills and perspectives to the job. And believe me, it is a job. At this time of complex governmental requirements and financial challenges, Red Lodge needs someone...
To the Editor, Red Lodge has been most fortunate to have had a long line of mayors who worked very hard for our city and who had the best interests of our city at heart. Our current Mayor, Ed Williams, is no exception, and I support his re-election. Mayor Williams has worked long and hard as the leader of our local government.