For almost a year, Miles Community College has been working toward buying the old National Guard Armory, and as of last week, all the hard work paid off. MCC received a $650,000 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG).
“Congratulations to the county and city,” said President Stacy Klippenstein. “This is good for everyone....
The WMS 7th and 8th grade girls finished their season with games against Colstrip at home on Saturday, Dec. 12. Both the 7th and 8th grade girls started their first game of the season at Colstrip and finished their last game at home with them.
The first game was the 7th Grade White Team. The girls made the last game of the season...
(MILES CITY) The Miles City chapter of Walleyes Unlimited and Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks have teamed up to continue improving a popular local fishery.
Used Christmas trees will be accepted again this year to later sink into Spotted Eagle Recreation Area to provide habitat for fish. A drop off location has been set up at...
Late Monday evening Ed Martin, 78, was killed and his wife, Helen, was beaten at their 901 Second St. home in Miles City. No motive has been released for the homicide. The Miles City Police Department, Custer County Sheriff’s Office and the Montana Division of Criminal Investigation continue to search for suspects.
No arrests have been...
The Miles Community College rodeo program has been selected as a 2016 Montana Pro Rodeo Hall and Wall of Fame Great Montana College Rodeo.
The team is to be honored at the 2016 banquet and presented with a plaque commemorating their contributions to western way of life.
Current MCC Rodeo Coach Wally Badgett attributes the success of the...
Local law enforcement officers are searching for suspects in the homicide of a 78-year-old Miles City man that occurred Monday night.
According to Miles City Police Chief Doug Colombik, Ed Martin, 78, was found dead at 901 N. Second St. after the police and Custer County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to an initial report of a hostage...
As she checks out the auction items Saturday evening Shelby Loyd, left, gives her grandson Hunter Medsen a test ride on a fluffy firefighter that comes in his own recliner at the annual Miles City Fire Fighter’s Toy Dance in Park Place. There were many tables filled with donated items to be bid on after dinner was served.
This weekend was filled with hockey action for the Generals hockey teams.
The Squirts and the high school teams competed both Saturday and Sunday.
The high school team had a rough weekend against Missoula. Losing 9-0 Saturday and 10-1 Sunday.
Missoula was a tough opponent all weekend, dominating offensively on the ice and barely giving the...
College, high school and junior high players who are 12 years old by Aug. 1, 2015 and not older than 19 on July 31, 2016 are eligible to register and play competitive travel soccer. Posse welcomes U12 players (11 yrs old by Aug. 1, 2015) who are interested in this level of play and commitment to call the numbers below for more information....
The Cowboys competed in a Dual in Glendive Thursday afternoon. Glendive came away with the 48-12 win.
Torrey Watts and Josh Sundgren both won by pin. The small wrestling team has had a few injuries early in the season, knocking their numbers down.
Saturday the team headed to Forsyth for their invitational.
The Cowboys had three place in the...