Monthly archive

March, 2017

  • One of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s most well-known compositions, and his last, “Requiem in D Minor,” will be performed Sunday in the Custer County District High School auditorium.  The performance will feature the Miles City Community Orchestra with musicians from Montana and Wyoming, and the Miles City Community Chorale, with...
  • Richard “Rick” Brandt, 62, of Miles City was being held in the Custer County Detention Center on a $500,000 cash bond Thursday afternoon after being found guilty in the Custer County Courthouse of taking close to $2 million dollars from 18 people by deceptive practices. According to 16th Judicial District Court records and testimony in...
  • Wake Up Lace Up will have a Sharing of the Green event on Friday, St. Patrick’s Day, in Miles City. Proceeds from the fundraiser will be used by the nonprofit charitable foundation to help eastern Montana residents with medical and living expenses that may result from cancer or other major illnesses. The annual event begins at 5:30 p.m. in...
  • A Custer County jury this afternoon returned guilty verdicts on all counts against Richard “Rick” Brandt of Miles City, who was accused of defrauding the elderly. The 12-person jury deliberated for about an hour, delivering the verdict shortly after 1 p.m. Brandt was taken into custody by the sheriff’s department and placed in...
  • During Tuesday’s meeting of the Miles City Unified Board of Trustees the board voted unanimously to add an operational levy to the ballot for the spring election.  The levy, which would be for the elementary district, would be for $195,000 and would run for one year. According to Superintendent Keith Campbell, the money from an...
  • Kyle Thomas Orwig, infant son of Brian Orwig and Erika Cremer of Jordan, MT was born and went directly to heaven on February 22, 2017.   Heaven needed an Angel And God had sent for you You’re gone from me forever Now what am I to do.   I miss you now, like never before But I have to let you go I will never forget you And this, I...
  • Kinley Joe Tharp was born Friday March 10, 2017 in Miles City MT at 25 weeks. Kinley is the first born to Kasey and Josie Tharp. She will forever be a beautiful guardian angel that put a huge imprint in our hearts. We will be reminded daily how lucky we are to have had the amount of time we had with her. We will always have that time to spend with...
  • Miles City native Kimberly Leslie-Cederberg, school principal at the Pine Hills Youth Correctional Facility in Miles City, has received  the 2017 Outstanding Professional Performance Award.  The award is given by the Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders.  According to Leslie-Cederberg, the award is given to educational...
  • The Annual Economic Outlook Seminar Series will be in Miles City on Wednesday March 15 at the Sleep Inn. The event begins at 8 a.m. and ends at 1 p.m. The event aims to give an overview of the economic outlook for different areas in Montana and the United States, including the local area.  The Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER)...
  • Resident and nonresident license and permit applications to hunt deer and elk in Montana are due Wednesday.  According to a Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) news release, hunters must possess or apply for a General Deer license in order to apply for a deer permit. To apply for an archery-only permit hunters must  first purchase an...