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04/17/2015 - 4:32pm
  A benefit spaghetti dinner is being held Saturday for a little boy with a big and rare disease. Brandon Allen Grae is two-years old and has Autoimmune Neutropenia, which in the past required a person to live in a bubble due to a compromised immune system.  He is the youngest of four children in a single-parent home.  Deb Madsen is his mother and his siblings are Derek, 19, Rocky...
Mon, 04/13/2015 - 3:11pm
  Sandra “Sandy” Cunningham, after a valiant lifelong battle with mental illness, passed away on April 9 from complications of COPD. Sandy was born in Sidney, Nebraska on October 26, 1937, to Frederick and Mildred Sutter and raised on the family farm in Crook, Colorado, where she
Mon, 04/13/2015 - 3:07pm
  How many of us have fond memories of being down at the roller rink, skating to the latest tunes beneath the disco ball and feeling like the coolest thing on wheels? Now a new generation can experience that feeling at the Omni Center, where roller skating has been offered for about the past
Fri, 04/10/2015 - 2:50pm
  Seventy-five years ago the Work Projects Administration completed Connor Stadium in the Denton Sports Complex. After decades of Montana’s weather extremes and use, the ball park is in need of extensive renovations. The multi-use field is used almost year round.  Crumbling concrete
Fri, 04/10/2015 - 2:45pm
  The former Miles City Greenhouse will open April 21 with a new name, a new generation at the wheel and a new focus. Miles City Greens will be managed by sisters Jayna and Summer Dighans. The business was started in 1988 by their grandfather, Jim Dighans. Then their dad, Justin, took over,
Wed, 04/08/2015 - 2:44pm
  Born on Easter Sunday, Nubs the lamb was a surprise because he was born without a front left leg, just a nub where the leg should be, giving him his unusual name. Being unable to stand, Nubs is needing to be hand-fed frequently, so Sarah caries him around wrapped in a towel for warmth quite
Wed, 04/08/2015 - 2:42pm
As a child, Brittany Holom fell in love with the story of the Russian Grand Duchess Anastasia of Russia, which led to a fascination with all things Russian. Now she has visited Russia seven times and is working on her dissertation at Princeton University on the politics of healthcare reform in
Mon, 04/06/2015 - 5:01pm
  When the spring fundraiser and auction for the local Wake Up Lace Up Foundation was held on Saturday, March 20, the attendance was, according to organizer Cindy Reid, down slightly with lots of other goings-on. However, donations were up. “I think part of the increase was in memorial