FESTIVAL OF TREES Saturday, November 20 from 11am – 6pm. A fun and festive fundraising event to benefit the Red Lodge City pool, sponsored by Friends of the Red Lodge Pool. November 20, 11am-6pm Location – Roosevelt Center – 519 Broadway Ave Red Lodge, MT   The Festival of Trees Event will feature: Decorated trees […]

By Buses of Yellowstone Preservation Trust The Buses of Yellowstone Preservation Trust has received a $36,000 grant from the Montana Department of Commerce Tourism and a $4,000 grant from the Montana Cultural Trust. These funds will support the preservation of the historic building in which the Buses’ showcase original operating pre-World War II vehicles used […]

The Carbon County Historical Society & Museum has been closed for the last few months, gearing up for the summer swarm of visitors. The storybook of a building, detailing some of Carbon County’s prized moments, groups and events, is set to open June 1. With an increase in foot traffic from summer visitors comes an […]

DSVS receives $25K donation from Sibanye-Stillwater, Wheaton Precious Metals International By DSVS Staff Domestic and Sexual Violence Services (DSVS) is pleased to announce that Sibanye-Stillwater and Wheaton Precious Metals International have donated a combined $25,000 to assist the organization in providing community-based services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Sibanye-Stillwater donated $15,000 and […]

By DSVS Staff With the start of a new year, four new board members joined the Domestic and Sexual Violence Services (DSVS) Board of Directors. They include Suzi Pendergraft, Patty Wisneski, JoAnne Coolidge, and George Clow. Pendergraft was one of the first DSVS volunteer advocates to be trained almost 20 years ago. Though she’s no […]

By BareTooth Cupboards Staff As we look back on the many challenges of 2020, BareTooth Cupboards Board members wish to thank this community for the tremendous outpouring of support in spite of the pandemic. Because of that support, we were able to keep the store open regular hours the entire year with all requisite safety […]

By RLACF Staff Rotary Club of Red Lodge has received a $1,500 grant from the Rotary International Foundation to help residents of Red Lodge who have been impacted by COVID-19 with their water bills. We understand that water is an essential part of life especially when following guidelines to wash our hands frequently to help […]

By Beartooth Humane Society Staff When Red Lodge resident Charla Carter’s beloved dog passed away in September she was at a loss. Little Yoolie, a terrier mix, was there by her side or waiting for her to arrive home for almost 15 years, and her cat, which was 20, passed in August. Her house was […]

By Sue Bury, Charity Chat Correspondent The U.S. 2020 Census has undergone lawsuits, court decisions, and house-to-house visits under the coronavirus shadow. When the results become available next spring, how will they affect charities? Here’s a sampling of local organizations. Federal funding streams to states are based on state population numbers, which are determined by […]

By Stephen Kalb-Koenigsfeld, Red Lodge Area Community Foundation As a kid, Patrick Cross made the recognizable journey from Billings to Red Lodge. He loaded his pack, his tent and a weekend’s worth of food into a car, and headed south with his Boy Scout troop. He’d roll through downtown and keep on going before pulling […]