Amorette Allison

12/09/2014 - 1:58pm
  The men who spent a bitterly cold December at the Tongue River Cantonment in 1876 probably thought their somewhat less than cheery Christmas was the first celebrated in this part of the world, but they would have been wrong. In 1855, Sir St. George Gore of Sligo, Ireland, spent the winter in his fort near where Pumpkin Creek joins the Tongue River. Unlike the soldiers, who ate beans for...
Fri, 12/05/2014 - 2:43pm
  Billy Hoverson, native Miles Citian, wild horse rider, musician, father and Transco employee, was cooking supper in late November. When the oil he was heating caught fire, Hoverson ended up with first- to third-degree burns on his face, arm and torso. So instead of sitting down to a tasty