Red Lodge born Kaye M. Killin, 89, calmly passed away at PMC in the presence of her immediate family, Wednesday Jan. 14, 2015, in Portland, Ore. She had that day suffered from heart failure.
She was born on June 23, 1925 to the devoted parents Elsie (Yates, Whittle) Viers and Burr Viers.
Kaye graduated from Red Lodge High School in 1943. She...
This weekend’s big game, you know the one being held in Arizona? Well, it should be a corker involving two of the best teams from the professional football conferences. Copyright stipulations stop me, and countless other outlets, from telling you what the game is actually called. But for those in the dark, it involves a lot of very expensive...
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ellowstone Valley Audubon Society would like to thank those utility companies and landowners that have gone the “extra mile” to help achieve a safer balance for Ospreys, utility companies and people. The Ospreys’ habit of building nests on top of electric power poles not only endangers the Ospreys and their young...
To the Editor,
On behalf of everyone who skates, scoots, bikes, and blades at the Red Lodge Skate Park: thanks to all who came out last Tuesday for Pint Night. One sip at a time you helped make the skate park a more safe and fun spot for everyone. An even bigger thank you goes out to the continuing to support great community efforts (like the...
To the Editor,
I was delighted to see the story in the Dec 24, 2014 about my Aunt Adeline Jarussi Donnes celebrating her 100th birthday. However, I was stunned to see how her last name was misspelled. Seriously, how could any one living in Red Lodge, Montana misspell that name, it is on about 5 buildings downtown and probably one fourth of...
To the Editor,
This is regard to the article written by Alastair Baker that appeared in the Carbon County News on Jan. 22 about Newt and Bobbie Sacks. Newt and Bobbie have been good friends of ours for a number of years.
The article was written with little or no regard to the pain they and their families are going through. In a large part,...
Joliet 71, Lodge Grass 57
For Joliet: Wyatt Kramer 2, Levi Mydland 3, Terryn Bermes 34, Jared Schwend 8, ty Olson 3, Cam Lloyd 12, Jordan Polesky 6, Josh Whitehead 1.
For Fromberg: Donny Robertson 2, Kaleb Berkmoes 9, Levi Wilm 7, Tyler Wilm 3, Triston Barker 3, Taylor Garst 11.
Red Lodge Rams boys’ basketball won two critical games over the weekend, first against Forsyth and then at Lame Deer.
Lame Deer, one of the top class B teams in the state, could not withstand Red Lodge’s tenacity resulting in a stunning one-point Ram victory.
The Rams, down 10 points to Lame Deer at half time, started off firing early in the...
Red Lodge City Council appointed Joel Todd as the new prosecuting attorney at its recent meeting although both Aldermen Bill Foisy and Bill Larson abstained.
The two-year contract for the previous prosecuting attorney Hope Freeman had expired last July.
Freeman did apply for the job along with Todd and after an interview process by members of the...
Tears of joy and surprise flowed at the annual Chamber honors event last Friday to announce the Red Lodge Business Person of the Year and Citizen of the Year. Cheers rang out at the Pollard Pub for both Pat Luptak who won the business award and Clare Witcomb for top citizen.
For the first time the Red Lodge Area Chamber of Commerce, who hosts the...