Monthly archive

June, 2016

  • Ervin Daniel Schilling, 92, of Terry died Sunday, June 19, 2016, at the Prairie Community Hospital in Terry. He was born July 3, 1923, in rural Fallon, the second son of John and Christina Schilling. On June 17, 1950, he married the love of his life, Patricia Joan Cadieux, a schoolteacher from Jamestown, North Dakota, with whom he celebrated 66...
  • Randall Racey Carpenter, 72, of Jordan died Thursday, June 16, 2016.  Mr. Carpenter was born to Racey and Velma Carpenter on Nov. 13, 1943, in Caldwell, Ohio. In 1971, after falling in love with Montana while serving in the Air Force, he moved his family to Glasgow Air Force Base. He lived the remainder of his life in Montana. His survivors...
  • William (Bill) Sweeney, former hard-rock miner from immigrant Irish stock, rodeo rider, Navy Veteran, Blue Shield District Manager, and a relentless force of good cheer, died in his sleep on June 13, 2016 in Portland, Oregon. No doubt that at the time of his death he was dreaming of family and friends that he loved, both those still with us and...
  • The 2016 Ranch Rodeo was held over the weekend with the first ever All Women’s Ranch Rodeo for Miles City. There were 8 teams competing from the surrounding areas,  in four events  After the rodeo, 20 bronc riders competed in the long go for the top eight to come back on Saturday. Overall placement: 1. Pistol Annies - Bridget...
  • After a tough set of losses to the Billings Blue Jays, Monday, the Miles City Mavericks are looking ahead to the 2016 Harry Griffith Tournament, which starts Wednesday. Jacob Swope and Matthew Regan were disappointed with how the games went Monday, but were excited to start the tournament and see new teams. “I feel like we weren’t...
  • A son was born to Allisa Graber of Miles City on Wednesday, June 1, 2016, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City. A son was born to Krystal White-Ulrich and Kenneth J. Ulrich of Miles City on Monday, June 13, 2016, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City. A daughter was born to Ashley Hawk and Brody Bagley of Miles City on Monday, June 13, 2016,...
  • Today, having a big wedding is considered the norm.  Some people even send “save the date” announcements out months before the invitations to make sure they get maximum attendance.  While many people think huge weddings are traditional, they really aren’t, unless you were extremely wealthy. In fact, prior the mid-...
  • The Outlaws teams were traveling this weekend, with the varsity team heading to Williston and the 13U team traveled to Billings. Varsity ended up winning the tournament, winning all but one of the five games they played in. The 13U played well also, winning all but the championship game, and earning themselves second place in the Billings...
  • When Jim Sipes was a young man, he decided to try some adventure, so he signed on to the Far West, a steamship going up the Yellowstone River back in the summer of 1876.  He was fishing off the prow of the docked boat one hot afternoon in late June when someone came riding over the hill. That someone was Curley, an Indian scout for Col....
  • The Miles Community College Centra through the Kids Kollege at MCC is offering a basketball camp for boys and girls ages 6 - 14.  Hosted by MCC Women’s Basketball coaches Liz Lewis and Janie Rayback, the basketball camp will take place July 19, 20, and 21 at the MCC Centra. Cost is $25 dollars per kid. The basketball camp will be split...