Typically, the second Billings Invitational cross country meet has been held at Riverfront Park, just like the season-opening Billings Invite.
But for the first time, the second Billings Invite was held at Amend Park, which is a soccer complex normally. Amend Park will be hosting the NCAA Division II West Region Championships and on Friday...
The founder of a group that helps veterans was in town Thursday discussing ways to help struggling veterans in southeastern Montana and try to raise funds. He remains in town through Sunday.
The Guardians Foundation was founded by SSG Michael Shaw, United States Army, Idaho National Guard, to provide assistance for struggling veterans....
On Sunday afternoon, Oct. 5, many Miles City residents will be participating in the annual Sister Ruth Crop Hunger Walk.
This year’s walk begins with registration at 1 p.m. in Wibaux Park. Walkers may participate in one-mile or three-mile walks with water stops and refreshments at the end, also in Wibaux Park.
A “food costume...
After 18 years in operation, Carolyn’s Embroidery has changed hands and will be doing business as Stitching 4 U.
Anna Lockie purchased the business from Carolyn Dusatko and will continue to operate from 906 Main St. The purchase was finalized Wednesday.
Dusatko started the business at her husband Jerry’s business, Sandhill...
Memphis Gabriel Keiser, age 19 days, of Poplar, died Monday, Sept. 29, 2014, at the Poplar Hospital.
Memphis was born on Sept. 10, 2014, to Misty LeMay and Hoyt E. Keiser Sr. Memphis had a very special papa, Elvis, who called him Tennessee.
Memphis meant the world to his father. He loved him so very much. He brought him back to who he used...
Rep. Bill McChesney is running against incumbent Sen. Frederick “Eric” Moore for Senate District 19, and both took part in the recent Candidates Forum at Miles Community College. SD 19 covers part of Custer County, all of Prairie, Fallon, McCone, Garfield and Carter counties, and portions of Powder River County.
Dr. Arlo Dale Nansel of Miles City died Friday, Sept. 26 , 2014, at the age of 91.
Dr. Nansel’s life began in Myers on Aug. 28, 1923. He was the son of Joseph E. and Phoebe Nansel, the fourth of five children.
Riding horseback to and from one-room country schools, or to the bus stop, he seldom missed a day and often earned...