Monthly archive

June, 2016

  • On Saturday, June 25, members of the Miles City Garden Club will offer their biennial Yard and Garden Tour for the public. Hours for the tour are 1 to 4 p.m. There will be no tour in July. Saturday’s tour will begin with registration at 12:30 p.m. at Ravishing & Rugged, 1720 Main St. Each $10 ticket comes with a brochure that entitles...
  • Miles Community College announced Wednesday afternoon that they ordered the building for the Ag Advancement Center, which will house the agriculture and equine programs. The building cost roughly $521,000. MCC will know the final cost in July with delivery of the building set for August 15.  “This is a positive move,” said MCC...
  • Wednesday night the Mavericks kicked off the Harry Griffith Tournament with Veteran Casey Stengel, former superintendent of schools in Miles City, throwing out the first pitch. Stengel was a participant in World War II and since has been very active in Montana schools, finally settling in Miles City. Stengel is seen at almost every sporting event...
  • Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking public input on a proposal for the fee-title acquisition of a parcel of property in north Hill County. The parcel will be added to the Lost River Wildlife Management Area (WMA). Through this scoping phase, FWP is seeking input on reasonable alternatives, mitigation measures, issues, and potential...
  • Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks are trying to determine the cause of a fish kill that occurred at Bailey Reservoir south of Havre.   The fish kill was first reported on June 6, and appears to be affecting only adult black crappie. FWP fisheries crews responded immediately and observed 25 dead black crappie along the banks of the reservoir...
  • A son was born to Larisa Loomis and Travor Cornelius of Miles City on Wednesday, June 15, 2016, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City. A son was born to Deb Madsen and Travis Sprang of Miles City on Friday, June 17, 2016, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City. A son was born to Ashley Howard and Duncan Hopkins of Glendive on Sunday, June 19,...
  • On Friday and Saturday the first Sunday Creek Sheepdog Trial will be held outside of Miles City. The excitement begins at 6:30 a.m. on Friday and 7 a.m. on Saturday. Each day will run until the mid-afternoon.  The event will be held approximately six miles from Miles City: take Highway 59 North past the airport to Highway 489 (Kinsey Highway...
  • Boaters in Montana have a couple of new rules to abide by this summer geared toward fighting the spread of aquatic invasive species. Beginning May 21, boaters are now required to remove all vegetation from their vessels upon removing it from any surface water and before leaving the boat launch site. Additionally, drain plugs and any valve or...
  • For people hoping to complete a hunter education course this summer, there are a couple of class options in Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks’ Region 7. In Miles City, online registration opens June 27 for a hunter education course scheduled for July 29-31. The course will be at the FWP Region 7 headquarters in Miles City. The instructor is...
  • Cade Warren has verbally committed to play D1 PAC 12 baseball for the Oregon State University Beavers. Warren is a recent CCDHS graduate and has been playing with the Outlaws Baseball Club for the past ten years. He had previously signed a letter of intent with Salt Lake Community College, but has decided to go with OSU instead. Warren missed two...