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What’s happening in and around Red Lodge? It may be news, or it may be just for fun. Either way, find it here!

Pictured left to right: Maelynn Kistard, Tyler Metcalf, Nate Polakoff and Fran Graham

Another Example of Red Lodge’s Hard-Working Youth

January 26, 2015

Who are these citizens in disguise? Youth volunteers. These community super heroes are getting things done! All together these highly committed volunteers have put in more than 200 hours of time making our community better. They have done everything from helping out at the Boys and Girls Club to training service dogs. To pay homage… Read More ›

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Kids and Christmas

Children always seem to have a fresh, honest outlook on life. They also have no filters between their brains and their mouths. To see what they are thinking about Christmas, we asked questions of various grade levels at Mountain View Elementary School in Red Lodge. If you had billions of dollars, what would you get… Read More ›

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Fashion Protocol for the Season’s Festivities

Tis the Season to celebrate and if you are like many of us there seems to be more and more parties to go to every year! So what does a girl do? I mean there is always that “One Party” that we all lament over going to. You know the one where no matter what… Read More ›

The Thrifty Hippie

The Thrifty Hippie

by Liz Baker This thrifty hippie is inviting Red Lodge residents to believe they can be frugal when buying local! Many people are trying to save money, but it’s important to not lose sight of where that money goes. I believe in supporting our community when we can, so I’m compiling ideas and recipes that… Read More ›

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Denim: The new crisp white shirt

Ladies, there is a trend that has literally made my heart all a-flutter! It’s the great denim snap-front shirt! Allow me just a moment to tell you how timeless a great denim shirt can be. They can be worn snapped up the front with a great pair of jeans, boots, and jewelry. They can be… Read More ›

Sex Education in Carbon County

Sex can be a difficult and awkward thing to discuss. Especially with your children! Numerous studies have shown, however, that teens who receive comprehensive sexual education are less likely to become unintentionally pregnant and to contract sexually transmitted diseases or infections. The question is, who should that education come from? What are we doing here… Read More ›

Red Lodge: A Community of Heroes

During the poker run on Saturday, July 19, a terrible motorcycle accident happened on the Beartooth Pass. Tyson Henderson and Amy Asay, both visiting from Billings, went off the road on a Harley and were badly injured. Just minutes behind them was Alissa Buckstead, Manager at Bone Daddy’s Custom Cycle and Assistant Director at Cedarwood… Read More ›

Giant Flag at Iron Horse Rodeo

Double amputee veteran parachutes flag into Iron Horse Rodeo

The 2014 Beartooth Rally closed today with the Iron Horse Rodeo. The festivities began with grand style and deep meaning, as Sergeant 1st Class Dana Bowman (retired) parachuted into the rodeo grounds carrying a giant American flag. The parachute jump was to honor all of the veterans present at the event, and especially those who… Read More ›

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Best of Red Lodge 2014 results

Most kid-friendly business This was a close race, with Red Lodge Pizza Co. barely edging out Honey’s Café for first place. Third goes to Kids Corner. Best place (or way) to cure your hangover This category was sewed up by the only place in town that has both breakfast and bloody marys: The Knotty Casino…. Read More ›

Festival Scandinavians

Scandinavians will be first Festival exhibit at museum

The Carbon County Historical Society & Museum is working with the Red Lodge Festival of Nations on a Festival exhibit that is expected to be ready in May or June. The exhibit will be located on the main floor, and will rotate through the different ethnic groups that are represented on the Festival Board of… Read More ›

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