Monthly archive

June, 2016

  • According to City Resolution No. 3932, the discharge of fireworks shall be allowed between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. on Sunday, July 3, 2016; 10 a.m. and midnight on Monday, July 4, 2016; and 10:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 5, 2016 only at the following locations within the City of Miles City.  Those locations are...
  • This summer marks the 13th anniversary of the Annual Fourth of July Parade and Riverside Park activities. Entries for this year’s parade, including floats, marching bands and horse-drawn buggies, are still being sought. The Fourth of July Committee members are urging anyone interested in joining the parade to register as soon as possible...
  • The Moorehead/Dickinson road access to South Haynes Avenue is slowly moving forward with the hopes of the road being open by spring 2017. According to MCC President Stacy Klippenstein he attended numerous meetings regarding the road extension and was recently informed that First Interstate Bank has everything ready to go. First Interstate Bank is...
  • The Outlaw Baseball Club wrapped up their tournament in Dickinson over the weekend. The team took 6th, going 2-3 on the weekend. The Outlaws took on Bismarck Friday afternoon, but ended the game with an 8-4 loss. They outhit Bismarck 9-8.  Cade Warren went 2-3, singling in the sixth and seventh innings. He scored one and drove in another. A...
  • A daughter was born to Ronnie Blakeman and Ethan Spang of Colstrip on Monday, June 20, 2016, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City.
  • Out at Fort Keogh last week, Doug Melton from the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) was bitten by a rattlesnake.  “I never saw it,” said Melton. “There was no warning at all.”  Melton was transported to Holy Rosary Healthcare by the group he was with, making it to the hospital within a half a hour of getting bit....
  • While they didn’t take first place in the Harry Griffith Tournament this weekend, the Mavericks played hard throughout and overcame three teams after a decent deficit. Friday night the Mavs took on Spearfish in storm-like conditions. The wind was blowing through the game and the rain came and went. There was a short delay due to lightning in...
  • The Miles City Fish Hatchery has played host to some very important and unusual visitors for the past month. Three male pallid sturgeons from the Missouri River in Montana, estimated to be up to 80 years old, have been kept in a large holding tank at the facility. They were brought there so that Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks can harvest their...
  • Helen Rath Bollinger, 91, of Jordan, died Thursday, June 23, 2016, at the Garfield County Health Center in Jordan. She was born May 2, 1925 at Jordan, the first born of Maggie and Phillip Rath.  She married Arthur Bollinger on Jan. 28, 1941. They lived in Jordan their entire lives and had three daughters. Her survivors include daughters:...
  • Mary Jean Woods passed away peacefully on Thursday, June 23rd at Holy Rosary Extended Care after a short illness.  She was born April 19th, 1925 to John and Amy Byrnes in Big Stone City, South Dakota. While still an infant, she moved with her mother to homestead on Sweeney Creek near Rosebud, Montana. She attended country schools in the...