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07/28/2014 - 1:41pm
Sandra Barclay describes herself as “extremely happy and excited” as she opened 9th Street Nutrition and Specialities Monday morning in the store that was the Kafe Utza coffee shop at 19 S. Ninth St. Barclay has put her own stamp on the decor and added smoothies and a lunch time salad bar in addition to coffee and pastry. The salad bar will include tossed salads, up to three side...
Mon, 07/21/2014 - 3:19pm
  Milestown Community Improvement, Inc. officially came into existence in 2012 but it got its start a couple of years before when, according to Board President Joe Menyhart, he moved back to his hometown.  Like many other young Miles Citians, when he finished high school, he moved away.
Fri, 07/18/2014 - 4:22pm
  Two major infrastructure projects along the north and east sides of Miles City are progressing according to plan.  Rural Improvement District #1A, the north-side sewer line along Sewell Avenue and adjacent streets, is nearing completion.  According to Julie Kurkow of the
Thu, 07/17/2014 - 3:48pm
  Since voters in the primary election chose to have a local government study commission for the city, the five positions on the study commission need to be filled. Interested people are encouraged to file for a position, then voters will select the representatives they want in November.
Thu, 07/17/2014 - 3:43pm
  The Terry Fire Department lost its main rig in a fire at its fire hall midday Wednesday, according to Assistant Fire Chief Matt Paine. The building houses the fire hall and town hall. Paine said Town Council members were in the building when they smelled and saw smoke. They called the fire
Mon, 07/14/2014 - 3:15pm
  The City of Miles City’s water rights are being challenged, concerning Tongue River water used for Scanlan Lake (also known as the Natural Oasis) and Cook Lake. According to City Attorney Dan Rice (via a phone conversation at the July 8 Miles City Council meeting), the Bureau of Indian
Mon, 07/14/2014 - 3:06pm
  Writers of note have had their works banned or censored since the beginning of time, and now an award-winning writer whose debut novel is based in Miles City has now joined their ranks. Miles City native emily m. danforth (sic) was informed by a Twitter contact in late June that her novel,