Monthly archive

July, 2014

  • A daughter was born to Rachel and Robert Harrell of Terry on Thursday, July 3, 2014, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City.   A son was born to Stephanie Cooke-Trettel and Joshua Buetow of Glendive on Thursday, July 3, 2014, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City.   A son was born to Nicole Brown and Boze Johnson of Miles City on...
  •   Miles City Councilwoman Sheena Martin was arrested for misdemeanor simple assault of a woman early Sunday morning in front of the Trails Inn bar, according to Miles City Police Department records. Referring to witness interviews, the police report stated that Martin was “the instigator” in the incident. At 2 a.m. Sunday, Police...
  • Sandra Barclay describes herself as “extremely happy and excited” as she opened 9th Street Nutrition and Specialities Monday morning in the store that was the Kafe Utza coffee shop at 19 S. Ninth St. Barclay has put her own stamp on the decor and added smoothies and a lunch time salad bar in addition to coffee and pastry. The salad bar...
  •   Charles Ross Keith, 90, of Miles City died Saturday, July 26, 2014, at the Veterans Affairs Nursing Home in Miles City. Ross Keith was born to Charles and Lizzie Keith on Aug. 31, 1923, in Baker. He was raised in the Chalk Buttes area in Carter County and graduated from Carter County High School in Ekalaka in 1941.  He was a United...
  •   Loraine Elizabeth Wohlgenant, 92, died Thursday, July 24, 2014, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City. She was born in Miles City on June 8, 1922, to Lawrence and Mildred Wohlgenant. She attended school in her early years in a one-room schoolhouse in the Pine Hills. She graduated from Custer County High School and went on to earn her...
  •   Frank Wiley Field is back to fueling planes after just a few days of losing the service due to having no employees. Thursday night Custer County Commissioner Vicki Hamilton said Sam Brownfield was talked into returning as airport director and will stay to fuel planes and handle other duties until the new city manager begins.  He began...
  •   Frank Wiley Field is back to fueling planes after just a few days of losing the service due to having no employees. Thursday night Custer County Commissioner Vicki Hamilton said Sam Brownfield was talked into returning as airport director and will stay to fuel planes and handle other duties until the new city manager begins.  He began...
  •   “Build a better mousetrap, and the world will beat a path to your door.” The above quote, attributed to Ralph Waldo Emerson in the late 19th century, has long been a metaphor relating to the power of innovation and invention. Now, the Montana Technology Innovation Partnership will be hosting a series of roundtable discussions in...
  •   Through the years Gene Larson spent thousands of hours preserving historical images of this town, Miles City, his “little corner of the world.” Larson was born in Salina, Kansas, to Lee Robert and Anna Gertrude (Lindgren) Larson, in the Dust Bowl days of 1935. During World War II he and his family lived back and forth twice...