Thanks to the Miles City Eagle Cam focused on a bald eagle nest high above the west end of Main Street, hundreds of people have watched a bald eagle pair incubating the two eggs, the eggs hatching and the young birds eating, sleeping and growing.
The young eagles hatched on April 19 and are approaching 10 weeks old. Now they are preparing...
For years, Miles City Fire and Rescue Chief Dale Berg has dedicated his professional life to the protection of the homes and residents of Miles City.
Now, after two decades, Berg has decided to call it a career. Calling firefighting a “young man’s game,” Berg is handing the reins over to the next generation. His official...
Rains in Miles City on Thursday set a record with 2.08 inches received, according to National Weather Service reports. The previous record for June 26 was .97 inches set in 1969. The wettest day on record for June was June 18, 1964, when 2.71 inches fell, causing considerable localized flooding.
Thursday’s rain was enough to clog the...
Fireworks will be allowed in the city limits at Bender Park, Riverside Park, Jaycee Field and Tedesco Field on the following days and times:
-- Thursday, July 3: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m
-- Friday, July 4: 10 a.m. to midnight
-- Saturday, July 5: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Tuesday night the Miles City Council passed Resolution No. 3699, which...
Toby-Jeanne Almy is known to her friends as a pleasant young woman, but now it is official. The 20-year-old daughter of Curtis and Patricia Almy of Miles City won Miss Congeniality at this year’s Miss Montana Scholarship Pageant, held in Glendive June 12-14. The award is voted on by the 17 contests in the adult portion of the pageant...
Delmar S. Zezula, 88, of Miles City, died on Tuesday, June 24, 2014, at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Billings.
Mr. Zezula was born on May 31, 1926, in Conrad, the son of Adolph and Amalie Zezula. After graduating from Whitehall High School, he attended Montana State University, earning his bachelor’s degree in physical education...