A daughter was born to Savannah Hagemeister and Jesse Dittus of Miles City on Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City.
A son was born to Sadie Hostman and Brendan Jordan of Miles City on Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City.
A son was born to Nicolle and Wacey Stuart of Miles City on Friday,...
Veterans Day is observed annually on Nov. 11 as a time to honor those who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces and to remember those who gave their lives in service of this country.
Miles Citians will again do their part with several activities around the community.
The public is invited to attend the raising of 55 large flags at the Eastern...
The Miles City Area Economic Development Council (MCAEDC) last week discussed the potential economic impacts of the upcoming 2017 session of the Montana Legislature.
The discussion was led by state representative Ken Holmlund (R-Miles City), Senator Eric Moore (R-Miles City) and Southeastern Montana Development Corporation (SEMDC) Executive...
Basketball is a game of inches.
And as it stacked up on Wednesday, the Miles Community College men’s basketball team’s starters were a combined 16 inches taller than the visiting United Tribes Technical College’s starting five.
It showed on the backboards, and on the scoreboard, as the Pioneers used a 66-31 rebounding edge to...
Miles City voters rejected the charter form of government by a narrow margin of 87 votes — 1,688 to 1,601 — in the general election Tuesday.
“I don’t consider it a loss. ….. We must have done something (to have gotten the voters’ attention). Still it’s discouraging we have to wait another 10 years. We...
Republican Ken Holmlund of Miles City was re-elected to his seat in the Montana legislature on Tuesday, defeating Democratic challenger Steve Mugglie 54 precent to 46 percent.
When reached today, Holmlund, who was re-elected to represent House District 38, said he was “thrilled by the whole turnout and the whole thing.”
Custer County voters flocked to the polls on Tuesday, rejecting initiatives to liberalize medical marijuana laws and ban trapping on public lands, and supporting Republicans Donald Trump for President and Greg Gianforte for governor.
Custer County Clerk and Recorder Linda Corbett said in a press release Wednesday that “Custer County voters...
The Bobcats’ solid zone defense held the All Stars to just four points in the first half, but a 6-1 run in the third quarter lifted the All Stars to a 13-9 victory in the fifth and sixth grade girls’ basketball championship game on Tuesday night in the Custer County District High School gym.
The Bobcats were led in the first...
Robert Vernon “Bob” Schell of Miles City, formerly of Camp Crook, South Dakota, died Thursday, Nov. 3, 2016, at the Eastern Montana Veterans Home in Glendive after a brief illness.
Family will receive friends on Friday, Nov. 11, 2016, from 4 to 6 p.m. at Stevenson & Sons Funeral Home in Miles City. Graveside services will be...
For reasons personal to him, on Monday, Oct. 3, 2016, Jeff Donnelly, 51, of Miles City chose to leave us. The void at his home, his shop and mostly in our hearts will never be completely filled, but the best chance is to start filling it with memories and love. Family was very important to him; he loved them all as they did him.
A Memorial Service...