Emergency medical technicians received training last week on a portable electrocardiogram (ECG) unit, as well as other training as part of the American Heart Association’s Mission Lifeline Montana program.
Miles City has received a $25,000 grant that covers the portable electrocardiogram (ECG) and is working on a second grant...
On a summer day in 1947, baseball icon Babe Ruth made a fuel stop at Miles City’s Frank Wiley Field during a national tour for American Legion baseball.
Kids of all ages flocked up to the airport to get a glimpse of their home run hero, batting legend and Hall of Famer.
Ruth died the following year.
He was known for signing many...
The first Special Guest Friday portion of the Summer Reading Program at the Miles City Public Library featured a hot topic: Fire Safety.
Miles City Fire & Rescue personnel demonstrated some of their equipment and shared tips with the kids on how to stay safe in fire situations.
The theme of this year’s Summer Reading Program is...
To be eligible for the National Register of Historic Places, a building must be a minimum of 50 years old. Next year, a familiar building on Miles City’s Main Street will reach that milestone.
The Miles City Bank was chartered in 1944. In 1963, it purchased the Wibaux Building on the southeast corner of Seventh and Main Street,...
A son was born to Candace and Tanner Schonenbach of Powderville on Wednesday, May 20, 2015, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City.
A son was born to Mary and Nicholas Viola of Plevna on Friday, May 22, 2015, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City.
A daughter was born to Jessica and Troy Gardner of Coos Bay, Ore. and Livingston on Monday,...
In their season-opening series against the Bozeman Spikes over the weekend, the Miles City Mavericks scored 39 runs in the three games. But that offense didn’t carry into their Eastern A openers the last two nights as they were outscored 47-6 by Glasgow and the Billings Cardinals.
The Mavs mustered just one hit in their double-header...
A Cowboy Football Camp will be held on the high school practice field (Bowl) for grades 2-6 on Friday, June 12 and Saturday, June 13.
Grades 2-4 attend from 8:30-10 a.m., while grades 5-6 are 10 a.m.-12 p.m.
The camp is non-contact and covers the fundamentals of football.
For more information, contact Jeff Regan at (406) 852-...
One of the year’s greatest events is coming, and it’s going to be totally radical. Picture a room drenched in neon, giant Slinkys hanging from the ceiling and the iconic Delorian from the popular “Back to the Future” movies.
Do you remember the ‘80s? The big hair, Rubik’s Cubes and the music.The...
Allen Hofer, 27, and Rich Durrschmidt, 55, never planned on going into the sign business, but as they put it, “It just happened.”
They are co-owners of the new Now & Then Signs & Designs, which opened its doors on April 24 at 907 B Main St.
The store’s name represents the two men, Hofer the now and Durrschmidt the...
Members of the Range Riders and Range Riders Reps will gather for their annual meetings on Saturday at the Range Riders Museum. This will be the 75th annual meeting of the Range Riders Reps.
Also on Saturday evening, new plaques with photos and histories of local and area pioneer residents will be unveiled during a public program...