Monthly archive

May, 2017

  • A son was born to Morgan Haddock and Wayne Williams on Thursday, May 4, 2017, at Holy Rosary Hospital in Miles City.
  • George W. Huss, a prominent attorney, former District Court Judge, loyal friend, loving grandfather, and tireless scholar, passed away May 11, 2017, after suffering a series of major myocardial infarctions.  Mr. Huss was born July 6, 1949, in Miles City, Montana to the late Dewey M. Huss and Elizabeth A. Huss. He was an honors graduate of St...
  • Eight people were taken to Holy Rosary Healthcare (HRH) on Saturday following a crash 25 miles south of Miles City on Highway 59. According to a press release from Miles City Fire and Rescue, the SUV rolled down a 50-to-60-foot embankment around 7 p.m. One of the patients was trapped in the SUV, the press release noted.  According to Carol...
  • Want to schedule a fun event on Mother’s Day, one that will bring people to town? The suggestion here would be horse racing. After all, Sunday’s nine-race program attracted an estimated 2,750 people to the Eastern Montana Fairgrounds in Miles City. “It was a good day, a good crowd, a good handle,” said Don Richard, director...
  • Miles Community College has landed a three-year all-state selection to play basketball for the Pioneers starging next. MCC men’s coach Chase Tait announced that he has signed Joseph Lodine, a 6’6” forward of Manhattan Christian High School in Belgrade. “Miles City is a great opportunity academically and...
  • A surge of water is heading downstream, just in time for the opening of paddlefish season on the Yellowstone River today, according to a Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks news release. “There’s a pulse of water that’s projected to peak Tuesday or Wednesday” at Intake Fishing Access Site near Glendive,” said Mike Backes...
  • It won’t resemble the Kentucky Derby, which was run May 6 in Lexington, but there will be considerable excitement during horse races on three days at the Eastern Montana Fairgrounds in Miles City. An eight-race card of both thoroughbreds and quarter horses is scheduled Sunday starting at 1 p.m.  Yes, it’s Mother’s Day, but...
  • Rolling Rubber Point S merged its two locations into one at 2712 S. Haynes Ave. on Apr. 3 and Carol and J.R. Bean have been pleased with how smoothly the transition went. They will continue to own the downtown location to use as a warehouse. “So it’ll still be a nice looking store,” Carol Bean said. “Actually it’ll be...
  • Yvonne Joyce Ryder, age 76, of Miles City, Montana, previously from Round Prairie, North Dakota passed away on May 9, 2017 at Holy Rosary Residential Living in Miles City. Yvonne was born July 25, 1940 in Sisseton, South Dakota, the daughter of Joseph and Violet (Rassmusen) Lyseng. The family moved to Froid, Montana shortly after. Yvonne attended...
  • The Miles City Mavericks American Legion baseball team will have nine seniors in the dugout this summer, and first-year head coach Jake Mills expects their leadership and skill sets to bring some fireworks to Connors Stadium.  “We have a great work ethic,” Mills said, “and [this is] a group that I truly believe enjoys...