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11/28/2014 - 4:38pm
  Back in 1975, Wade Berry came to Miles Community College on a rodeo scholarship. His coach was Ed Mayberry. Ed Mayberry had a daughter, Corrina, who is now Mrs. Wade Berry. After rodeoing for a number of years, making the National Finals Rodeo in steer wrestling in 1987, Berry started judging rodeo. Today, he is “as high as I can get without going full time” as a rodeo judge....
Thu, 11/20/2014 - 2:34pm
  November’s meeting of the Miles City Area Economic Development Council’s Board was an informative one, with updates given on a variety of projects the MCAEDC is finally seeing come to fruition. Following a brief summary by Board Vice President Tyler Chapmon of a proposed strategy
Thu, 11/20/2014 - 11:46am
  For the second time this fall, Miles Community College’s Ag Advancement Center project is the beneficiary of a substantial donation, this time by a familiar entity. The Bucking Horse Sale Board of Governors, at a meeting in October, voted to pledge $100,000 to the Ag Advancement Center
Thu, 11/20/2014 - 11:44am
On Friday and Saturday Ravishing & Rugged will have their grand opening and an early Black Friday sale at their new location at 1720 Main St. Pleasantries closed in late October, and the Ravishing & Rugged crew quickly moved in and had a quiet opening on Nov. 5.  Owners Terri
Mon, 11/17/2014 - 2:32pm
  On November 3, 1914, the men of Montana who were registered to vote decided that women should also be allowed that privilege. By a majority of 53 to 47, Montana women won the vote. Not every county voted in favor of the ladies, but Custer County did by a solid majority. And the county was
Sat, 11/15/2014 - 2:35pm
  Holy Rosary Healthcare recently finished the first phase of a major remodel for its Residential Living unit, hosting an open house Thursday so the public could view the changes. Among the featured upgrades is a drive-to-the-door, canopy-covered entrance to Residential Living, an inviting
Sat, 11/15/2014 - 2:23pm
The Miles City Council struggled with, and ultimately was divided on, an issue of writing off a $628 ambulance bill at Wednesday’s council meeting.  Councilman Mark Ahner said in the 11 years he was on the finance committee, an ambulance write-off was never approved because it would set