Monthly archive

December, 2015

  • Rob Shipley of Miles City was ordered to serve 120 days in jail and fined $610 in City Court Wednesday morning for a public nuisance charge for failing to clean up his yard at 603 South Fourth St. Judge Al Homme said that anytime in the first 60 days, if Shipley hires someone to clean up his yard, he can leave jail once the job is completed....
  • Three people have filed for the 16th Judicial District Court judge position, following Judge George Huss’s retirement, effective Jan. 1. Filing closed Wednesday. The applicants are Custer County Attorney Wyatt Glade, Glasgow County Attorney Nickolas Murnion and Special Assistant Attorney General Kevin Peterson for the Montana Department of...
  • Natalie Wimmer and Ted Stein exchanged vows of marriage during an afternoon ceremony on Saturday, August 15, 2015, in the Sacred Heart Church in Miles City.  Father Rob Oswald officiated at the ceremony.  The bride is the daughter of Roger and Donna Wimmer of Wolf Point and is a nurse at the Veterans Affairs Community Living Center....
  • A son was born to Ashley Wells and Zechariah Corson of Miles City on Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2015 in Holy Rosary Healthcare at Miles City. A son was born to Tia Aye of Miles City on Friday, Dec. 4,  2015 in Holy Rosary Healthcare at Miles City. A son was born to Brandy Simmons and Charley Porter of Circle on Friday, Dec. 4,  2015 in Holy...
  • A daughter was born to Samantha Bryan of Miles City on Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2015, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City. A daughter was born to Elizabeth and Trevor Johnson of Miles City on Wednesday, Nov. 18,  2015, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City. A daughter was born to Samantha Stone and Latigo Hance of Missoula and Circle on Monday...
  • When the stock market collapsed and the Great Depression officially swept the land, Montana was already experiencing economic hard times due to drought and farming practices that seemed like a good idea at the time but proved to be a disaster. While everyone hoped the economy would improve quickly, it didn’t. It got worse and worse. More...
  • When the stock market collapsed and the Great Depression officially swept the land, Montana was already experiencing economic hard times due to drought and farming practices that seemed like a good idea at the time but proved to be a disaster. While everyone hoped the economy would improve quickly, it didn’t. It got worse and worse. More...
  •  Both Pioneer teams traveled to Bismarck, North Dakota this weekend to take on both Bismarck State College and United Tribes Technical College. BSC and MCC were evenly matched teams going into the games, but the Pioneers prevailed and came up with the 84-80 win.  The Pioneers were down by 12 at one point, but regrouped and came together...
  • This weekend the Generals Squirt team took on the Bozeman Ice Dogs and the Helena Bighorns in hockey action. They took on the Bighorns Saturday morning and came away with the 7-5 win. Charlie Lang and Raymond Shawver played goalie and had a combined 12 saves on 17 shots.  CJ Lang, Caleb Brossman, Devon Merwin and Peyton Taylor were the goal...
  • Phyllis Ann (Phalen) Griffin, age 86, of Ismay, MT passed away unexpectedly on Friday, December 4th, 2015, with family at her side. Phyllis was born on September 21st, 1929 on Box Elder Creek near Ekalaka, MT in a one-room log house with her grandmother Phalen as midwife. She was the fourth child of Lawrence and Rose (Ambrose) Phalen, and spent...