Lee Randall, who is currently serving as Representative for Montana House District 39, is running for re-election this year in District 37. Randall is the Republican candidate for the office and first assumed office in the Montana House in 2009.
Born and raised on a cattle ranch southwest of Broadus, Randall graduated from Powder River County...
Dixie Rieger of Miles City is running for the Montana House District 37 seat on the Democratic ticket.
She is a graduate of Plevna High School and attended the University of North Dakota in Williston on a basketball scholarship, where she graduated with an associate of arts degree in education. Rieger transferred to Eastern Montana...
Friday, October 31
- Open House Spooktacular and children’s costume contest with trick-or-treating, 3-6 p.m., Miles City Federal Credit Union, 2513 Main St.
- Trick or Treat at Custer County Courthouse, 3-5 p.m., open to public.
- Trick-or-Treating at Best Western War Bonnett Inn, 3-7 p.m.
- Trunk Or Treat, 4-6 p.m., United...
Howard Keller, Democratic candidate for Montana House District 39, is a resident of Bighorn.
He graduated from Dawson County High School in Glendive and has extensive training in railroad construction.
Keller spent 27 years working as a trackman for the Burlington Northern Railroad and has since retired from that position.
Geraldine Custer of Forsyth, candidate for Montana House District 39, has served as the elected Rosebud County Clerk and Recorder for 36 years. She received her education at Eastern Montana College in Billings.
Montana House District 39 encompasses Huntley Project, Forsyth and Colstrip and includes areas in rural Custer County, Rosebud,...
June Marie Kuykendall Hannum died peacefully at her home near Kinsey on Sunday, Oct. 26, 2014.
She was born on June 13, 1929, in Clarkdale, Arizona. She was the third of four children of Alva and Sylvia Combs Kuykendall. Her family spent their early years in Skull Valley, Arizona, having bought the family farm there. The Hannums...
Duane Allen Leidholt, 60, of Miles City, our beloved father and hero, died Friday, October 24th, surrounded by his loving family and friends.
Dad was born to Robert and Kathryn Leidholt on March 1, 1954, a feisty late winter day — a preview of things to come. He was the third oldest of the eight Leidholt boys. He attended Sacred Heart...