Monthly archive

November, 2014

  • A son was born to Lindsey and Tyler Kings of Miles City on Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014, at Holy Rosary Healthcare.
  • A son was born to Katie and Anthony Hanson of Baker on Monday, Oct. 27, 2014, at Holy Rosary Healthcare.
  •   On November 3, 1914, the men of Montana who were registered to vote decided that women should also be allowed that privilege. By a majority of 53 to 47, Montana women won the vote. Not every county voted in favor of the ladies, but Custer County did by a solid majority. And the county was larger then, as well. Before Montana, Washington in...
  •   Holy Rosary Healthcare recently finished the first phase of a major remodel for its Residential Living unit, hosting an open house Thursday so the public could view the changes. Among the featured upgrades is a drive-to-the-door, canopy-covered entrance to Residential Living, an inviting lobby, a spacious communal area for activities and...
  • The Miles City Council struggled with, and ultimately was divided on, an issue of writing off a $628 ambulance bill at Wednesday’s council meeting.  Councilman Mark Ahner said in the 11 years he was on the finance committee, an ambulance write-off was never approved because it would set a precedent, and the number of requests for write-...
  •   Philip Dale Brown, 84, of Terry died Monday, Nov. 10, 2014, at his home in Terry. Mr. Brown was born May 5, 1930, at Springfield, Missouri, to Arthur L. and Pauline A. Sheldon Brown. Within a couple of years, the family moved to the Brown homestead where Dale, as he was known to his family and friends, spent most of his life. He attended...
  • Tuesday’s monthly meeting of the Miles City Unified Board of Trustees was short and to the point, with much of the conversation centering on the date for Custer County District High School’s graduation in May. Initially, administrators had recommended Sunday, May 24 as the date for the graduating class of 2014. However, after a bit of...
  •   The monthly meeting of the Miles Community College Board of Trustees covered quite a bit of ground, as updates were given on a variety of projects, culminating in a tour of the campus for board members. Workforce partnerships and training as well as enrollment numbers were discussed at length. Once again, numbers indicate a stabilization in...
  •   World War I was known as “The Great War.” It ended officially in France in the Palace of Versailles, just outside the community of Versailles, on June 28, 1919, when the Treaty of Versailles was signed on June 28, 1919.  The fighting had ended seven months before when an armistice went into effect between Germany and the...