The Miles Community College basketball teams wrapped up their non-conference schedule on Saturday night, traveling to Williston, N.D., for a double-header against Williston State.
Williston State swept the double-header, winning the men’s game 89-68 and the women’s game 68-58.
Both MCC teams are now 13-13 overall on the season....
A son to Rachel and Rohn Ratliff of Miles City on Monday, February 3, 2014 at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City.
A daughter was born to Laura and Tim Penrod of Miles City on Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2014, at Holy Rosary Healtcare in Miles City.
The Miles City boys fifth- and sixth-grade basketball league continued with four games earlier this week.
Triple Threats 23, Blue Blazers 19
The Triple Threats used a huge second quarter to take control of the game. They outscored the Blue Blazers 16-0 in the second quarter and held on through the second half for the win.
Jayden Venable had...
Donations are being collected for Mandi MacKenzie of Billings, former Miles City resident and daughter of Fred and Stacy MacKenzie Schied and the late Pat MacKenzie of Miles City.
Fred works at Tire-Rama and his wife, Stacy, is employed by Holy Rosary Healthcare.
Mandi is employed by Liberty NW Insurance in Billings. She was seriously...
Jim Kessler, 69, of Miles City died Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2014, at his home in Miles City.
Mr. Kessler was born in Hazen, N.D., on March 22, 1944, the son of Rudolf and Ida Birkholz Kessler. He attended school in North Dakota and graduated from Stanton High School in 1963.
Following graduation he worked on the family farm until enlisting in the...
2013 was a busy, albeit productive year for the Miles City Area Economic Development Council, and according to Executive Director Mike Coryell, 2014 is poised to be more of the same.
Speaking at Thursday morning's monthly meeting of the MCAEDC Board, Coryell presented his Year-End Report to the board. Now having completed his sixth year...
Having had the opportunity to watch a bunch of MCC basketball the last few weeks, one thought kept popping into my head and into conversations around the Centra.
It’s not likely to happen, but Liz Lewis should at least be the Region IX Coach of the Year and should be in the running for the NJCAA National Coach of the Year, too.
Hi there from one who was stationed ay the radar site in ’62-63. I still miss it out there. I never made it back, and at 76, I don't think I might make it. The town looks good from the pictures. God bless you all
January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month!
Cervical cancer prevention is an important issue for us. Custer County Public Health & Family Planning is trying to raise awareness of cervical cancer, encourage women to take advantage of the means that are now available to prevent it, and work to make sure that...
During this season of the Super Bowl and The Final Four, we continuously hear about what it takes to be a winner and who makes the cut. Well, in Miles City, we have the “Besties”& the “All Stars” volunteering to make United Blood Services a winning team.
Whether it be baking cookies or bars,...