Amorette Allison

05/03/2016 - 2:24pm
The obituary in the Miles City Daily Star on Friday, April 21, 1916, was headlined “Brave solider of U.S. dies Wednesday.” The subhead said casually, “Henry Hogan of the pine hills dies, served many years in the army.” Which was the understatement of the century. His Army service made up most of the obituary, with almost no personal details besides that his son, James,...
Thu, 04/28/2016 - 9:48am
Two storms early Sunday morning brought a record-breaking total of 2.89 inches of precipitation to Miles City, breaking the previous one-day record set June 18, 1964. Mother Nature decided to catch up on the moisture deficit starting Sunday around 2 a.m. when the thunder and lightning rolled by,