The Miles City Area Economic Development Council (MCAEDC) got input from Billings, Helena and Bozeman in addressing a variety of issues at last Thursday morning’s meeting.
Lew Vadheim gave an update on his visit to the Billings Community Growth Conversations in May.
The event was set up with four business leaders from Billings and was...
The past weekend the U19 were in Red Lodge and split games with a lost to Red Lodge 4-0.
The Posse defense worked extremely hard with goalie Travis Luther racking up 7 saves and goalie Lane Colombik with 10 saves. The Posse defenders came to the rescue repeatedly with saves by Kohlman Adler, Sam Geary, Jesse Roberts, and a save by Jonah Whicker....
The large pulse of water that paddlefish angers had hoped to see in the Yellowstone River earlier in the season could finally be on its way. It should be enough to put anglers close to the harvest cap of 1,000 fish, so the harvest season will close on Friday at 9 p.m. at Intake Fishing Access Site and in the Yellowstone River and Missouri River...
Fred Wacker Agency Golf Tournament sponsoring Relay for Life will be held June 17 at the Miles City Town and Country Club.
It starts at 5:30 with a “Shot Gun” start, 9 hole scramble with four person teams. The cost is $50 per member and $70 per nonmember. The price includes entry for $500 gift certificate to Steadman’s Ace...
Miles City — Miles Community College head golf coach Chase Tait has announced the signing of Jaxson Archibald, from Blackfoot, ID for the 2016-2017 season.
Jaxson Archibald son of Elden and Joni Archibald, was raised in Blackfoot, Idaho. He attended Blackfoot High School for 3 years and Aberdeen High School his senior year. He played...
Miles City — Miles Community College head golf coach Chase Tait has announced the signing of Caleb Bates for the 2016-2017 season.
Caleb was a member of the 2015 State Class B Champion golf team and has been a 4-time All-State selection. He was the Western B Divisional Champion in 2013 and had a stroke average of 76 this year. Along with a...
Dolly Mae Grainger Pfiefle Gaub, 89, died from a short illness on Sunday, June 5, 2016, at the Prairie Community Nursing Home in Terry.
Mrs. Gaub was born in Baker, to Vic and Catherine Grainger five minutes before her twin sister, Della, and joining brother George. She and Barney Pfiefle were married Aug. 25, 1946, and welcomed their son...
The Custer County school district honored their most successful athletes with an awards dinner and ceremony following the 2016 school year.
There were 20 athletes who were three-sport athletes in the 2015-16 school year.
Tyler Burk - FB, BBB, TR
Adam Glasscock - FB, BBB, TN
Tristan Hirsch - FB, BBB, TR
Kelly Irion - Golf...
Here’s the perfect gift for Dad and Grandpa: free fishing for all over Father’s Day weekend, June 18-19.
“There is no better way to enjoy Montana with friends and family than to plan for a day of fishing,” said Jeff Hagener, director of Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks in Helena said. “You can fish without a license...
Election Administrator Linda Corbett said the June 7 primary election “went great” with a 24 percent voter turn-out even though the primary had very few contested races.
The 14 precincts that make up the county have 6,815 registered voters. Of those, 2,739 cast votes with 960 choosing the Democratic ballot and 1,779 voted on the...