Monthly archive

June, 2015

  •   HELL CREEK –  Every day, 22 veterans take their own lives. That’s a suicide every 65 minutes, and the numbers may actually be higher, according to a release by the Department of Veterans Affairs in 2013.   It’s because of numbers like these, members of Walleye’s Unlimited Miles City Chapter decided to...
  •   As the new executive director of the WaterWorks Art Museum, Dixie Rieger started the new career path with the same determination and dedication she has addressed all things in her life. “I’ve always appreciated art,” said Rieger. “I’ve been more into drama and that side of art, but I do enjoy painting,...
  •   Orphia Johnson Badgley, 95, of Sutter Creek, California, died peacefully in her sleep Saturday, Jan. 10, 2015. She was born on Sept. 4, 1919, in Hillside, to Ole and Allie Johnson, the youngest of five sisters. She attended school and graduated from Cohagen High School in 1936 and headed off to a year of college. She moved to California...
  • A son was born to Ashley and Ricky Hotter of Miles City on Friday, June 19, 2015, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City.
  •   About 6 months ago Jody and Jase Kinsey were welcoming three little ones into the world and now the same family is learning to balance life with three babies and one active little boy. The triplets, Cade, Ian and Milo are all doing well. They are all beginning to roll over and are trying their best to sit up.  It won’t be long...
  •   Montana’s defense was outstanding, led by a record setting performance by corner Cain Boschee, in their 40-25 win over North Dakota in the 22nd Annual Knights of Columbus Badlands Bowl. Boschee, from Glacier, had three interceptions as the Montana defense forced seven turnovers in the game and held North Dakota to 271 yards of total...
  •   The Miles City Mavericks had another long weekend, getting swept by Glendive 7-1 and 9-2, then getting swept by Sidney 3-1 and 19-5. The Mavs are now 7-16 overall on the season and 1-15 in the Eastern A. They will look to right the ship tonight when they host Sidney at Connors Stadium beginning at 5 p.m. In the first game on Friday night in...
  •   Robert Martin “Marty” Wilcox, age 63, formerly of Miles City, passed away on June 9, 2015, in Great Falls, MT. Marty is survived by his wife, Johna, of Great Falls; three sons, Patrick of Miles City, Christopher (Kate) Wilcox of Denver, Colo., and Matthew (Kelly) Wilcox of Minneapolis, Minn.; and a grandson, Hugh Wilcox of...
  •   Ida L. Nybo, age 86, of Miles City died on Monday, June 15, 2015 at the Cottonwood Care Home in Miles City. Ida L. Nybo, the first born of Chris & Clara Stathamin-Fredricksen, was born January 16, 1929 in Ainsworth, Neb. Together with her family, brothers Doug and Donald, and sisters Helen and Patricia, they moved to Miles City, Mont.,...
  •   John (as his birth certificate spells it) Carl Metropoulos, formerly of Miles City, died on June 11, 2015. Known as the Miles City sheik, broadcaster and erstwhile sailor, he worked hard, created many things of beauty, enjoyed life some, though perhaps not enough, and at the end struggled mightily to keep it. His greatest pride was in the...