The Christian band, “We are Leo,” will perform a concert at the Sacred Heartbeat Youth Conference at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 29, at the Sacred Heart School gym.
Sponsored by the Sacred Heart Parish youth group, called Rootbeer and Resurrection, the concert is open to audiences of all denominations with no age restrictions.
For Custer County residents, finding quality health care just got a whole lot easier.
County Commissioners voted unanimously Wednesday to approve the proposed integration of Custer County Community Health Center and the Custer County Public Health Department, now known as OneHealth.
It was the result of an 18-month-long process. The...
Fred Campbell, 64, of Rudyard, formerly of Miles City and Kinsey, died on Sunday, March 16, 2014, in Great Falls.
Mr. Campbell was born on March 19, 1949, in Miles City to Fred and Bessie Willis Campbell. He was raised in an agricultural community outside of Miles City, called Kinsey. He attended college in Riverton, Wyo.
He and Lori...
Katherine “Kay” A. Ebert, 78, of Helena, former Miles City resident, died Monday, March 17, 2014, after a courageous battle resulting from an infection in her leg at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Billings.
She was born Dec. 10, 1935, in Miles City, the second child of J. Ross Calvin Jr. and Agnes Nugent Calvin. When she was...
Gary Fredrick Gibson, 67, of Miles City, died on Monday, March 17, 2014, at Holy Rosary Heathcare.
Mr. Gibson was born Nov. 19, 1946, in Fort Knox to Glen and Gloria Gibson. He attended grade school in Fort McKenley. He graduated from Lewis and Clark High School. Mr. Gibson then attended college at Eastern Montana College in Billings.
The engagement of Amanda Lemon and Rider Warren, both of Hardin, has been announced by the couple. Lemon is the daughter of DeDe (Paul) Stieber of Hardin and James (Sarah) Lemon of Billings. Warren is the son of Dutch (Joe) Purcell and Don Warren, Jr. also of Hardin.
A Saturday, May 31, wedding is planned by the couple at the Big Horn...
A son was born the Crystal and Barry Varner on Thursday March 13, 2014 at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City
Since Feb. 3 the city began accepting debit and credit card payments for water and sewer and other payments, which has proved to be very popular and also is helping to minimize charge-offs for unpaid bills.
In the first month 83 customers paid by the new method, totaling $6,535.84.
Payments can be paid online, by phone or in City Hall. So...
Proposed changes to a city ordinance would change rules and regulations for all city water and sewer customers. The changes would decrease lost revenue for the city, which benefits consumers because lost revenue can mean higher rates. Landlords would be responsible for any unpaid balances of renters, but at the same time it would give...