Community Roundup

What’s Happening

Celebration on Sunday for Knowlton Cemetery Association and Locate-Knowlton Homemakers — A 100-year celebration of the Knowlton Cemetery Association and 70 years for the Locate-Knowlton Homemakers will be Sunday at the Knowlton Community Hall. A potluck luncheon will begin at noon with those attending bringing food to share. There will be storytelling with some history from each club. Those attending may take self-guided tours of the Knowlton Cemetery during the afternoon. The event is open to the public.

Sister Ruth Crop Walk  on Oct. 1 — The Sister Ruth Crop Walk will be Sunday, Oct. 1, starting at 1:30 p.m. in Wibaux Park.  This is a community walk, which helps hungry people by raising money and awareness for Church World Service and the Custer County Food Bank. There will be a 1-mile or a 3-mile walk with water stops, and refreshments at the end. For more information call Beth Riggs at 406-234-4729 or visit

CCHS 1952 Class Reunion registration Friday — The Custer County High School 1952 Class Reunion will begin on Friday with registration from 4:30-9 p.m. in the back room of the Montana Bar at 613 Main St. All classes are welcome to attend. 

Miles City Fire Calls

Sept. 5: 4:35 p.m., public service to 800 block of South Center Avenue; fire alarm in 1000 block of Atlantic Avenue; 8:15 p.m., Billings transfer.