Still recovering from the shock of his three beloved donkeys being shot last week, Vic Emeney of Miles City is hoping that publicizing the tragedy will help to find the culprit.
“We just wanted to get the word out so people could keep their ears open,” Emeney said in an interview Tuesday. “Somebody knows something.”
Montana State Parks officials held an informational meeting about plans for Hell Creek State Park in room 106 at Miles Community College on Tuesday night. It was so well attended, the meeting had to wait while the wall was folded back to allow opening the room next door to provide additional seating.
State Rep. Ken Holmlund (R-HD-38) arranged for...
Robert L. Reyff Jr., age 69, of Miles City passed away on Monday, March 28, 2016 at the Billings Clinic due to complications of a spinal cord injury.
Robert was born on April 2, 1946 in Pontiac, Michigan, the son of Robert and Ruby Reyff. He grew up and attended schools in Pontiac and graduated from Pontiac Central High School in 1964. Following...
Joseph Patrick Scanlan, 90, from rural Epping area, passed away at Mercy Medical Center on Wednesday evening, March 16, 2016.
Joseph’s funeral service will be held at 11:00 AM on Saturday, April 9, at the Cornerstone First Baptist Church in Williston, North Dakota. Rev. Garvon Golden will officiate.
Joseph was born on September 30,...
On April 2n there will be a Martial Arts demonstration helf by James Loomis and Ruth Buckner at Studio M at 1 pm to 3:30.
There will be students showing off skills from the local program in hopes to get more interest in the activity.
They are taking all students ages three and up. The group is currently offering a promotion for new students, if...
It was a packed house in yesterday’s Miles Community College board meeting with the topic of converting one of the remaining two racquetball courts in the Centra to allow CrossFit of Miles City more space for its classes.
It was brought to the board’s attention that the CrossFit program provided by brothers Nick and James Love...
The annual Wake Up & Lace Up fundraiser was held at Park Place on Friday March 18, and it was another hugely successful year for the local foundation that directly assists area people with medical expenses.
The event was put on with the assistance of the Red Neck Grill, which served burgers, and auctioneer Zane Kittlemann, who donated his...
The Miles CC Pioneers had their first set of home games this weekend, with the series wrapping up Monday. Otero Junior College made the trip up from Colorado to take on the Pioneers on their home field.
Saturday’s game was delayed about an hour due to the snow received the night before. Head Coach Jeff Brabant had the tarp in place, though,...
Ashley Parks has been working with competitive gymnastics teams in Miles City for three years at Northern Pacific Gymnastics. This year she took 12 girls to the Montana State Championships, and Level 4 came home with a third-place trophy.
To compete in the state championship, the athlete must qualify with an all-around score of 31, at a regular-...