Monthly archive

July, 2016

  • (Miles City, MT) Miles Community College head baseball coach Jeff Brabant has announced the signing of Braxton Jaymes Boyle, from Herriman, UT. Braxton Boyle, 6’1” 190 lbs, RHP/IF, Herriman High School, Herriman, UT Braxton is the son of Brandon and Tammy Boyle. Braxton joins the Pioneers after an incredible high school career earning...
  • H. B. Wiley was born in Cambridge, Mass. and worked his way out to Montana during his youth, having adventures as he followed the frontier.  He  arrived in Miles City in 1884 and settled down to prosper.  He became a banker, built a house at 1011 Pleasant St., which was described at one time as one of the most elegant in Miles City...
  •  Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking public comment on an environmental assessment (EA) for the proposed action of changing the incoming water source to the Fort Peck Multispecies Fish Hatchery building and concrete raceways. Presently, the hatchery receives its water from the Fort Peck Dredge Cuts, located below Fort Peck Reservoir...
  • A Sunday night house fire at 1018 Knight Street claimed one life. The cause of the fire has yet to be determined. The fire killed the resident, Dale Bennett, 65, according to Custer County Coroner Tony Harbaugh. Services for Bennett are pending at Stevenson and Sons Funeral Home.  The fire was reported around 7 p.m., according to Fire Chief...
  • The Fort Peck Interpretive Center and Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks invite the public to a fun-filled day on Saturday, July 23.  Activities will include a Water Carnival taking place from 1-4 p.m., and a Birding Basics class which will be held from 6-9 p.m. Both events will be held at the Fort Peck Interpretive Center near Fort Peck, and...
  • (Miles City) Miles Community College head baseball coach Jeff Brabant has announced the signing Parker McRae, from Nipawin, Saskatchewan.   Parker McRae, 6’0”, 180 lbs., LP Miller Comprehensive Parker is the son of Glenn and Barbara McRae. Parker joins MCC after a fantastic high school career in baseball and hockey.  He was...
  • The Miles City 15U Mud Cats finished third in the State Tournament Sunday morning. They took on Kalispell for the third and final time, but were unable to top them again. Kalispell won 12-9, moving on to the Championship game against Glacier. Kayden Hager started on the mound for the Mud Cats, but after three runs by Kalispell in the fourth he...
  • It’s not really about large, single-horned African land animals. Brandon Janshen of Stevenson Design and current president of Milestown Community Improvement Incorporated recently explained the unusual nickname for the new bandshell the group is having constructed in Riverside Park.  The Ryno bandstand is named after the late Ryan Watts...
  • (Miles City, MT) Miles Community College head baseball coach Jeff Brabant has announced the signing Ty Reid Jones, from Wellsville, UT, for the 2016-2017 season. Ty Jones, 6’2” 190lbs, Mountain Crest High School Ty is the son of Greg & Marty Jones and Graduated in June from MCHS Ty has had a tremendous career with Mountain Crest...
  • The Mavericks had their final home games Wednesday night against Laurel. Laurel came to Miles City undefeated, and the Mavs had hopes of ending their streak, unfortunately they lost both games. The Mavs fell behind quickly in game one, as Laurel scored four runs in the first inning. The Mavericks scored just one run, during the fourth inning....