Monthly archive

September, 2014

  •   The rain and chilly weather did cut into attendance at the 2014 Eastern Montana Fair, as expected, says Fair Manager Gail Shaw, with everything down a little bit. Still, she says, she saw people smiling under their umbrellas, and the Mighty Thomas Carnival, which had to open a bit late on Saturday due to safety concerns with the rain,...
  •   The Miles Community College rodeo teams were in Cody, Wyoming over the weekend in a pair of rodeos hosted by Northwest College. They were the first two rodeos of the fall season for the Big Sky Region of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association. In the first of the two rodeos, the MCC men finished in a tie for sixth with Dawson...
  •   The Custer County District High School cross country teams did not get a chance to have a warm up race before taking part in one of the biggest races of the season. With the Glendive meet cancelled last week, the Cowboys and Cowgirls went into the Billings Invite with nothing but a few weeks of practicing under their belts. Despite the fact...
  •   With just two weekends left in the regular season, the Custer County District High School golf teams are right in the middle of things. At the Hardin Invite last Saturday, the Cowboys finished in second place with a team score of 347. They were 27 strokes behind Billings Central and just ahead of Laurel. As has been the case throughout the...
  •   It wasn’t pretty, but the Custer County District High School Cowboy football team scratched out a 27-19 win over Havre in non-conference action on Friday night at Connors Stadium. The Cowboys overcame four turnovers and had to play catch up to earn the victory. They improved to 2-0 on the young season. “We had way too many...
  •   Finally, the Custer County District High School Cowgirl volleyball team had a chance to play someone in a different colored jersey. After three weeks of practice, the Cowgirls traveled to Billings over the weekend to take part in the annual Border Wars Tournament that features the six Eastern A schools and six similar-sized schools from...
  •   When Miles City was incorporated in 1887, the city offices were two rented rooms upstairs in a bank building and the fire hall was a rented barn. The only jail belonged to the county. In 1914, Miles City had doubled in size from its 1907 population and needed more offices, a court room, a proper fire hall, and officials wanted their own...
  •   People will see a new feature at the Spotted Eagle Recreation Area honoring Sioux Chief Spotted Eagle and his people who were held at a camp nearby by Col. Nelson A. Miles in the 1880s. Tuesday night the Miles City Council approved Walleyes Unlimited’s plans to place a teepee structure on the west end of Spotted Eagle Recreation Area...
  •   Rob Shipley has been released early from jail upon the city’s request. Shipley was jailed for public nuisance for failing to clean up his yard at 603 S. Fourth St.  There had been a long fight between the City of Miles City and Shipley over the condition of his property. He was found guilty of public nuisance in City Court in...
  •   Miles City will host a Resource Education & Agriculture Leadership (REAL) Seminar Thursday through Saturday, based at the Sleep Inn. REAL Montana builds a network of informed and engaged leaders to advance the natural resource industries in Montana, according to seminar materials. This first class competitively selected 19 Montanans...