Monthly archive

January, 2017

  • Miles City Area Chamber of Commerce has chosen those to be awarded for their contributions to the Miles City community.  The awards are acknowledgment for service rendered in the community with 70 percent for service in calendar year 2016 and 30 percent for service in previous years. “We are so proud to live in a place where so many...
  • Nobody thought a toy poodle would survive over a week in severe winter conditions on his own after a highway accident but LJ proved everybody wrong. Around noon on Thursday, Dec. 29, LeRoy and Jorjan Woodward of Fairview, N.D., were heading to Billings when they hit a nasty patch of ice 10 miles outside of town around mile marker 150.  Their...
  • Max Bartholomew, 53, of Miles City died Monday, Jan. 9, 2017, at the Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City. In January 2016 he was diagnosed with cancer. Mr. Bartholomew was born Jan. 19, 1963, the second son of Don and Frances Bartholomew. The family will receive friends on Thursday, Jan. 12, 2017, from 4 to 6 p.m. at The Parlor, 1806 Main St....
  • The Miles City Generals squirts hockey team had a most excellent weekend in Havre, winning four games while outscoring their opponents by a combined 45-10. On Saturday, the Generals got off to a fast start, cruising to a 10-0 first period lead en route to an 18-0 victory over Butte. Kameron Lockie had the hot hand for the Generals, scoring four...
  • Despite 27 points from junior guard Gabe Gundlach, the Custer County District High School boys basketball team dropped a 68-54 decision to visiting Billings West on Tuesday. Gundlach buried five three-pointers, outgunning West’s three-point shooting big man Braydon Deming, who was held to just a pair of treys. “We competed,”...
  • At Tuesday night’s meeting, Miles City Unified Board of Trustees reviewed upcoming Montana High School Association’s (MHSA) proposals involving issues like eighth graders, transfers and jewelry that will be addressed at MHSA’s annual meeting. According to Custer County District High School (CCDHS) Principal Beez Lucero, there are...
  • The Miles City Area Economic Development Council (MCAEDC) learned at its meeting Thursday that the small business development center (SBDC) will be moved from Colstrip to Miles City.  The SBDC was created in 1989 to provide free one-on-one advising to business entrepreneurs. It offers financial analysis, business planning, operations...
  • Wanda Jean Fogle, age 53, of Miles City passed away on Saturday, January 7, 2017 at her home in Miles City. Wanda was born in Quincy, Washington on August 5, 1963, the daughter of A.W. Sandy and Jean (Austin) Barclay. She joined a sister Judy and they were later joined by two more sisters, Anita and Sandra. Wanda attended grade school in eastern...
  • On January 6, 2017, Charles Kelly Kluver unexpectedly passed away from natural causes while doing what he loved — tending to his cattle within the vast, open country alongside eastern Montana’s Rosebud Creek and under its majestic skies. Kelly was 61 years old.  Kelly was born in Forsyth, Montana on April 18, 1955 to Elmer “...
  • Theodore “Doug” Wall was born December 4, 1942 in Denver, CO, the son of Walter J “Ted” and Vera Scott Wall. They lived at Deer Trail, CO until 1955, when they moved to a ranch at Moon Creek near Miles City. Doug attended grade school at Deer Trail, CO and Moon Creek Country School. He attended high school at Custer County...