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Tea with the Mayor, Tuesday March 4

How will construction on the 212 project affect our lives this summer? Are there any solutions in the works to battle trash during upcoming festivals? How responsible am I for clearing snow in front of my business on Broadway? Where can I speak my piece? WHAT ABOUT ALL THE TURKEYS!?!? These were all very interesting… Read More ›

Weamers and LaRowe

Chamber of Commerce holds annual Christmas party

Last night the Red Lodge Area Chamber of Commerce held its annual Christmas party at the Pollard Pub. Co-hosted by the Pollard and Coal Creek Realty, it packed the room with representatives of local businesses. There were two raffle drawings last night. Sherry¬†Weamer won the framed original of this year’s Christmas Stroll poster. The artist,… Read More ›

Christmas Stroll Facebook Cover

Thank you to Christmas Stroll Volunteers

by the Red Lodge Christmas Stroll Committee The Christmas Stroll isn’t put on by the City of Red Lodge or a large, well-funded organization. It’s done entirely by volunteers. The Stroll Committee is a very small group of dedicated individuals, aided by local non-profits and funded mostly through sales of Stroll posters. We’d like to… Read More ›

2014 Festival of Nations logo

Festival of Nations annual meeting 2013

Today, the Red Lodge Festival of Nations held both their public annual meeting and their monthly board meeting. Items on the agendas included: The Festival’s annual scholarship was renamed the Festival of Nations Bob Moran Memorial Scholarship, in honor of founding member Bob Moran, who was involved in the Festival for over 50 years. John… Read More ›

2013 Christmas Stroll Poster

2013 Christmas Stroll poster winner announced

The Christmas Stroll Committee is pleased to announce that the winner of the 2013 Christmas Stroll poster contest is Elizabeth LaRowe. Elizabeth has concentrated her personal artistic efforts in water media techniques for the past 40 years. Originally from the Boston, Massachusetts area, Elizabeth retired after a 39 year career as an art educator. Her… Read More ›

Things I Most Love About Red Lodge

This article was first printed in 2001 when Lou Ward, founder and creative vision behind the Red Lodge Local, was moving away to Ireland. The current owners of the Local Rag (Gary & Kathy Robson) happened to pick up that issue of the paper, and it was one of the things that convinced them to… Read More ›