Monthly archive

August, 2016

  • Pauline would like all of her family and friends know that her work and time here have come to a glorious conclusion. She received her appointed call, one might say an offer that is not to be refused, for an appointment with our Lord on Monday, July 18. Fear not for her new assignment comes with incredible benefits including a reunion with her...
  • Local health officials are closing in on the source of the E. coli bacteria outbreak traced to the recent Richey Centennial celebration in one of the largest and most wide- spread outbreaks of the disease local officials have ever seen. According to Dawson County Health Department Direc- tor Timber Dempewolf, at least 30 people who attended the...

July, 2016

  • When Butch and Julie Krutzfeldt bought property in the Yellowstone Valley near the Tusler railroad siding, it came complete with one of the area’s most historic homes. The Queen Anne Victorian home has belonged to the Farnum family, the Brink family and the Henry J. Tusler family, all names familiar to longtime area residents. The...
  • Miles Community College continues to work on the renovations of the former armory which will house the Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) and Heavy Equipment Operations programs, the MCC Board of Trustee learned at Monday’s meeting. The college is working closely with Stevenson Design in the design phase. While officials had hoped to...
  • Columbia – Frank Costigan Hill, MD, 70, of Columbia, died Wednesday, July 27, 2016. Born in Miles City, Montana, on September 5, 1945, he was a son of the late Elisha B. “Pete” and Mary Frances Jensen Hill. Frank grew up on the PJ Cattle Ranch in Powderville, Montana, where he thoroughly enjoyed horses and the years of outdoor...
  • Connie J. Boyd Kountz Carey of Miles City died Saturday, July 23, 2016, at the Prairie Community Center in Terry. She was born Oct. 7, 1952, in Everett, Washington. In 1961 she moved to Miles City, then went to school in Brockton where she graduated as Salutatorian of the Class of 1971. She moved to Miles City where she met and married...
  • Due to unforseen circumstances, the Jase Henderson Tournament will not start pool play until Friday with opening ceremonies starting at 3 p.m. Tonight they will be holding an Outlaw mom/sister game at 6 p.m. to start off the festivities. There will be just three teams competing in the tournament — Outlaw Baseball Club, Sidney and Havre....
  • Changes to Miles City’s City Council Chambers will be made so it will work better for city court, which also uses the space. The issue was discussed at Tuesday’s council meeting. City Judge Al Homme said the court uses the chambers 200 days a year while the council usually uses the downstairs conference room and only uses the chambers...
  • Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is seeking public comment on ice fishing contests proposed for the 2016-17 winter season. Participants must comply with state fishing regulations, including daily and possession limits. Applications for ice fishing contests may be approved, approved with conditions, or denied by the FWP Fisheries Division in Helena...
  • The Miles City Outlaws just made their way home from a tournament in Indianapolis and they are immediately getting ready for the Jase Henderson Memorial tournament here at home. Five teams will be participating in the tournament: the Richland County Patriots, Havre North Stars, NW Premier, Cheyenne Mustangs and the Outlaws. Henderson was one of...