Steve Allison

03/26/2015 - 2:18pm
  Last week the Range Riders Museum received the gift of a beautiful, antique square grand piano. The piano goes back in Miles City’s history to the early years of Fort Keogh being established.  After a check of the piano’s serial number, it was discovered it was built by the Chickering company in 1880. It was then delivered to a store in Detroit, Michigan. It was then sold...