Monthly archive

September, 2013

  • On Sept. 10, the City of Red Lodge will hold a poll election regarding the government study question. It is a one-question ballot. The precincts involved are only Precincts 8, 9, & 10. The polls at the Red Lodge Civic Center will open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. This is a hand counted ballot election and the unofficial results will be posted...
  • The Carbon County Arts Guild's 34th Annual Arts Fair took place this Labor Day at Lion's Park, Red Lodge. For more photos please click here.

August, 2013

  • The 10th Annual Fun Run drew all manner of runners, walkers, and ages this weekend to Red Lodge. Enthusiastic crowds greeted every effort made by the participants at this fundraising event. The Lions Club served up burgers afterwards and a large number of non-profits lined up and down Lions Park. For more photos please click here.
  • Yesterday’s weather was warmer and drier with temperatures in the high 70s and relative humidity in the 20% range, keeping containment at 85 percent and acres at 950. Crews continued to patrol for hot spots within the fire perimeter and to rehabilitate fireline and helispots established during the incident. Rehabilitation of the contingency...
  • Schools opened in Red Lodge on Wednesday, Aug. 28, and were opening all over Carbon County this week. One parent expressed thoughts many parents may be feeling as their children leave the house to start a new school year. “My feelings are mixed,” said Red Lodge mother of two boys, Natasha Dixon. “I am really happy not to pay for...
  •  After spending five days at the Space Academy for Educators, Joliet 4th grade teacher, Ann Conover not only experienced and learned what training may be like for astronauts on a space mission, but also left her with a mission of her own, to motivate students about the importance of science and math and its many applications. “I think...
  •  Betty Ansorge received a special plaque from the Red Lodge City Council recently in honor of her work in organizing the 4th of July flyover. The award was also made in “appreciation of a lot of other things” said Council President Glory Mahan. “It was for the flyover, the July 4th recruitments and the Grand Marshall being a...
  • On Wednesday, Aug. 28, U.S. Representative Steve Daines toured the Rock Creek Fire. He received a briefing at the Incident Command Post at the Carbon County Fairgrounds. Incident Commander (IC) Shawn Pearson applauded the local Red Lodge Fire Rescue team and Fire Chief Tom Kuntz saying his Type 2 team was set up for success when it arrived. Daines...