Monthly archive

November, 2015

  •  In last night’s meeting of Miles Community College Board of Trustees, the Moorehead/Dickinson road access to Haynes Avenue was a main topic of discussion, as progress is being made toward the road access becoming a reality.  MCC is currently working with First Interstate Bank on a road that would connect Haynes to the college....
  • ’Tis the season for increased fire danger in the home, and a chimney fire at a local home on Friday night is a perfect example of what people need to watch for this time of year. When a new homeowner on South Lake Street started a wood fire in the stove Friday night, it suddenly started making a loud, rushing noise and the fire alarm started...
  • On the evening of November 14, 2015, Paul Lynn Oakland, Sr. passed away at his home in Miles City, Montana. Paul was 68 years old. Paul Lynn Oakland, Sr. was born on February 26, 1947 to Raymond and Winnie Oakland in Williston, North Dakota. He attended country grade school in Cartwright, North Dakota. He graduated from Fairview High School in...
  • Sacred Heart School wil host a Class 4C boys’ and girls’ basketball tournament starting today and continuing through Saturday, November 21. This is the first time in many years that they have had this type of tournament at Sacred Heart. In the past they would have a round-table tournament rather than a single-elimination tournament,...
  • The Jr. High Girls basketball teams were busy in action again. On Thursday teams traveled to Forsyth. The 7th-grade Gold Team played a tough Forsyth team. They played hard the whole game and never gave up, losing 49-21. Scoring were Kaylee Merical and Ruby Kuester with 2 each, Marissa Coleman had 5 and Kylie Black had 12.  The 7th...
  • The Jr. High Girls basketball teams were busy in action again. On Thursday teams traveled to Forsyth. The 7th-grade Gold Team played a tough Forsyth team. They played hard the whole game and never gave up, losing 49-21. Scoring were Kaylee Merical and Ruby Kuester with 2 each, Marissa Coleman had 5 and Kylie Black had 12.  The 7th...
  • Paul Timothy Jonas, 58, of Denver, Colorado, former Miles City resident, died peacefully on Friday, Oct. 30, 2015, after a 15-month battle with brain cancer. He was born May 14, 1957, to Audrey and George Jonas in Carmi, Illinois. He received a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Creighton University in 1979. His first job was as a...
  • Miles City will be the site of one of the season’s largest shopping, dining, entertainment and charity events - promoting a “buy local and support local business” message Saturday, Nov. 21. More than 70 businesses - retail merchants, restaurants, coffee shops, home-based businesses and service organizations - are involved in...
  • Rob Shipley was found guilty of public nuisance in a bench trial in City Court  Wednesday for the condition of his home at 603 S. Fourth St. Sentencing will be held Dec. 9 at 11 a.m. Judge Al Homme said if the property is significantly cleaned up or if Shipley has a concrete plan to clean it up, which the judge feels will actually be done,...
  • A daughter was born to Nichella Seal and Michael Neals of Miles City on Thursday, November 12, 2015, at Holy Rosary Healthcare. A daughter was born to Kristi and Cedar Jeffers of Miles City on Friday, November 13,  2015, at Holy Rosary Healthcare.