Monthly archive

July, 2014

  •   Roy Gordon Eissinger, 89, of Brockway, died in the McCone County Health Center in Circle on Saturday, July 5, 2014. Mr. Essinger was born on Feb. 22, 1925, in Terry, the son of Andrew and Mae Selberg Eissinger. He graduated from Brockway High School, Class of 1942, after which he attended Montana State College in Bozeman for a year. ...
  • Andrea Meyer and Donnie Martin, both of Miles City, have announced their engagement.  Meyer is the daughter of Anthony and Debbie of Miles City.  Kenneth Martin and Sharon Miraflor of Miles City are Martin's parents.  A July 12 wedding is planned.
  •   On Tuesday night the Miles City Council denied the controversial rezoning request by Diamond J Construction for some land along Highway 59 South. The land is zoned agricultural, and the company requested it be general commercial so it can complete the building it already had begun. The facility was to be used for a shop and office. Diamond...
  •   City Clerk Lorrie Pearce told the Miles City Council Tuesday night that she and the deputy clerk were beginning to plan a 100-year celebration of City Hall, set for Sept.12. She said they are looking at dressing for the time period, having a barbershop quartet perform and bringing out the old fire truck. In other news: — Miles City...
  •   Lorin E. Flesjer died at home and went peacefully into the arms of Jesus on Saturday, July 5, 2014 after a valiant battle with Alzheimer’s Disease. We will miss our intelligent, fun-loving, friendly, beloved grandpa, father, and husband. Visitation will be held from 10:00 A.M. until 5:00 P.M. and from 6:00 P.M. until 8:00 P.M. on...
  •   Students in the ROCKS summer enrichment program will be traveling in a little better style from now on. ROCKS was fortunate to receive a gift of a reconditioned bus, which the students and staff enthusiastically tried out on Friday. The bus was a gift from the New Holstein Transportation Company, in New Holstein, Wisc. The company run by...
  •       The news 100 years ago showed how Miles City had progressed from the early days. The houses of ill repute, which had been a part of Miles City since its earliest days, were finally to be permanently closed. Editorials in the Miles City Independent, Miles City Star and Yellowstone Journal had decried the prostitution and...
  • A daughter was born to Sadie and Adam Pinkey of Bellingham, Wash., on Friday, June 27, 2014, at Holy Rosary Healthcase.
  •   The big cottonwood tree on Pine Hills property that people often park under while eating lunch has been jokingly referred to as Pine Hills Park. Starting this spring, a genuine Pine Hills Park is under construction as part of the Pine Hills Youth Correctional Facility’s efforts to give back to the community. Jeff Lee, unit manager at...
  •   Robert John “Rob” Schriver, 83, died on Friday, July 4, 2014, at St. Vincent’s Health Care in Billings. Mr. Schriver was born on June 24, 1931, on the family farm to Joseph and Margaret Schriver. He was the youngest of nine brothers and sisters, all of whom are deceased including his mother and father. Mr. Schriver went...