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June, 2015

  •    Mae Crystal Schroeder, 81, died on Thursday, June 4, 2015, at her home in Miles City. She was born on Oct. 6, 1933. She graduated from high school in 1954. Her love of animals was evident in her life from the beginning. While in high school she rode horseback the 91 miles from Issaquah, Washington, to Ellensburg, Washington, to the...
  •   After a slow start to the 2015 season, the Miles City Outlaws have righted the ship with a string of wins, bringing their record to 22-16. The team is currently in Williston, North Dakota for the Williston Tournament, which opened Thursday. The Outlaws earned a split against their opponents to open the tournament, falling to the Saskatoon...
  •   Dorothy began this journey on August 24th, 1928 during the time when babies were born at home. She was born in her grandparents’ Sears mail order house which she was proud to tell, still stands in Bridger, MT today. She then later moved to and grew up in Miles City. She was the second of 6 children born to George and Elsie Miller. Our...
  • Jim and Cindy Simons of Laurel have announced the engagement of their daughter, Justins Simons, of Cheyenne, Wyo., formerly of Laurel, to TJ Essex of Cheyenne, former Miles City resident.  Essex is the son of Aaron and Wendee Essex of Miles City.
  •   Following a very successful ’80s-themed Treasures event Saturday at the Town & Country Club, the Holy Rosary Healthcare Foundation received about $115,000 in funds and gifts. That netted about $70,000 for the foundation, much of which will be used to support community projects. “We enjoyed celebrating the 70 donor-funded...
  •   Mayor Butch Grenz commented that he thought the residents of the district would be accepting of the fund issue. He said, “If my children were living there, I would feel it was money well spent.” Resolution 3804 also drew monetary discussion. The resolution creates a capital improvement fund for the ambulance service. The...
  •   A week ago, the Miles City Mavericks opened the Eastern A schedule with two blowout losses against Glasgow. Those losses were part of a nine-game losing streak that saw the Mavs lose eight conference games. But at Connors Stadium last night, the Mavs pulled off a 11-9 win over Glasgow in the first game and then lost a heartbreaker, 9-7, in...
  •   The Miles City Outlaws began a nine-day, 15-game series this week.  They went 2-2 on the weekend against Billings teams, swept the series with Colstrip Monday   and now are 21-15 overall. They played Colstrip and Spearfish at home Tuesday, then were headed to the Williston tournament Thursday through Sunday.   Game 1...
  •   DURHAM, N.C. – Arizona sophomore Bobby Dalbec has accepted an invitation to join the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team and will be a part of a 24-player squad that will embark on a two-month tour comprised of at least 17 games in June and July. Dalbec is the grandson of Miles Citians Joe and Jeri Dalbec.  Dalbec, a standout...