Ray F. Harmala, 74, of Roberts passed away on Sept. 18, 2015. Ray was born on Sept. 25, 1940, the son of Wilho (Bill) and Elsa (Hanga) Harmala.
He is survived by first cousins; Robert Harmala, Mildred Swanson and Essie Krantz, and numerous second and third cousins. Ray was preceded in death by his father and mother. Ray has been on the farm/ranch...
Adeline Jarussi Donnes, “Toots”, long time Red Lodge resident and educator, died September 20, 2015. Adeline was born December 21, 1914 in Red Lodge to Lodovico and Carmela Jarussi, the seventh of ten children. She attended Red Lodge schools, graduating from Carbon County High School in 1932. She continued her studies at...
Ray Svenson died at his home in Red Lodge at 4:54 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015 following an 18-month long battle with brain cancer. He was 76 years old.
Ray was born on July 24, 1939 in Chicago, Illinois . Ray was preceded in death by his parents, Harold and Virginia Svenson. Surviving him are his cherished and beloved wife, Pat Ruzich, to...
The Running Rams are celebrating this week thanks to the Varsity Girls earning 1st place at the race last Saturday in Hardin. Despite the warm, desert-like conditions and one seriously brutal hill in the middle of the second mile, the Varsity Girls scored 72 points to clinch the win. On a course like this, the runners don't worry as much...
Joliet vs. Lodge Grass 6 p.m.
Red Lodge/Roberts vs. Colstrip
7 p.m. (Homecoming)
Bridger @ TRI State 7 p.m.
Red Lodge, at Mountain West Invite 10 a.m.
Joliet, Bridger @ Colstrip 10 a.m.
Red Lodge Invite 1 p.m.
Red Lodge vs. Shepherd 7 p.m.
Joliet vs. Roundup...
Red Lodge Mayor Ed Williams is still waiting to hear back from Montana Governor Steve Bullock after sending him a letter regarding the ADA corners in town. Williams also included a petition calling for a resolution to the issue signed by 400 people. In the letter Williams outlines the history of the ADA corners installed by the Montana Department...
The bears appear to be no longer afraid of Red Lodge if last weekend is anything to gauge by. A three-year-old black bear bluff charged a resident along 14th Street and Platt while it was attempting to remove food laden trash. Later on it repeated the same action when approached by another resident and Red Lodge Police Office Mallory Schultz....
In its time the Historic Round Barn, north of Red Lodge, has been many things to many people. It started life as a dairy operation, evolved into an antique outlet, became a dinner theater venue and then a Ford dealership. Now it begins a fresh start as the home of the Church of the Rockies run under the auspices of Lee Merck,...
To the Editor,
I would like to endorse the candidacy of our incumbent Mayor, Ed Williams, for reelection to a second term. Mayor Williams has regrouped our city government into a cohesive, efficient, and friendly municipal team. He has recruited qualified new department heads, along with establishing a positive atmosphere for existing employees...
To the Editor,
I have received one of the new type trash cans. Why? I do not know why because I have never had a bear in my trash. What do I think of this? First, I am a little old lady, live alone, and do not weigh very much so why do I need a 95 gallon trash can? If there are 2 small bags a week in my trash that is a lot. I have found that they...