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Sidney’s speech, drama, debate team places at Miles City meet

Competing against 15 schools from across eastern Montana, Sidney’s speech team placed third overall with the debate team dominating the competition in Lincoln Douglas Debate: Sam Stephenson took first, Lorraine Coronato placed fourth and Yarenci Gonzalez was sixth.

SIDNEY HERALD - 2018-11-14 21:49:00

Montana Lottery awards over half million dollars

Paula Reitz, of Red Lodge, claimed a $250,000 prize on Oct. 24 that was won playing Powerball. The winning ticket was purchased at the Cenex Zip Trip in Red Lodge.

SIDNEY HERALD - 2018-11-13 23:31:00

Miles City to seek 911 grant

Miles City Dispatch will seek a $300,000 state grant to help upgrade the 911 emergency calling system. Dispatch center supervisor Lyne Anderson briefed the Miles City Council on the effort at a recent meeting, and acquired a letter of support for submission with the grant application. The money woul

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New canine team has a nose for illicit drugs

The newest addition to the Miles City Police Department is man’s best friend. Well, not every man’s best friend. If you’re a drug dealer, Max is your worst enemy. The yellow Labrador retriever is trained to detect even miniscule amounts of methamphetamine, heroin, cocaine and marijuana. The 21-month

MILES CITY STAR - 2018-11-13 07:00:00

Miller, Geer sign to play college basketball

Geer will play at Dordt College in Sioux Center, Iowa, and Miller will play at Miles City Community College in Miles City, Montana.

GILLETTE NEWS RECORD - 2018-11-14 02:05:00

Miles City streets will go without Christmas lights

Christmas will be a little less bright on Main Street in Miles City this year. When part of the Exhibition Hall at the Eastern Montana Fairgrounds collapsed under heavy snow last winter it took the city’s Christmas decorations, owned by the Miles City Area Chamber of Commerce, with it. John Laney, M

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Tester helped Miles City recover from fire

On March 23, 2010, an inferno in Miles City united our community in tragedy. We lost 15 Main Street businesses, over 30 jobs, several historic buildings, a hook-and-ladder fire truck, and downtown water mains. The fire took three days to extinguish, notwithstanding the aid of firefighters and equipm

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Custer County voters re-elect Holmlunds

In battles of political newcomers, Kenneth Bogner won the Senate District 19 race by a wide margin, while Mark Hilderbrand was the voters’ choice for Justice of the Peace.

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Montana expected to allow coal mine expansion, despite company's bankruptcy

The 6,700-acre expansion received an acceptability determination and a $13.7 million cleanup bond requirement Oct. 5. Four days later, the company filed for bankruptcy. Westmoreland's wholly owned corporate offspring, Western Energy, operates the mine.

MONTANA STANDARD - 2018-11-13 13:00:00

Town Pump matching funds for food banks

The Town Pump Charitable Foundation is matching $750,000 in contributions during its 17th annual fundraising campaign for food banks across Montana, including the Custer County Food Bank and the Miles City Soup Kitchen. A record-setting 84 food banks are participating in the statewide “Be A Friend i

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MC Dispatch to receive grant for 911 upgrades

Miles City Dispatch will seek a $300,000 state grant to help upgrade the 911 emergency calling system. Dispatch center supervisor Lyne Anderson briefed the Miles City Council on the effort at a recent meeting, and acquired a letter of support for submission with the grant application. The money woul

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Backers rally for tobacco tax in Miles City

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See demonstrators gather in favor of Mueller

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Local voters weigh in on Tuesday Legislative, local seats on line in general election

Area voters will elect candidates for state and local offices, weigh in on statewide initiatives, and help decide the fate of the U.S. House and Senate on Tuesday. The ballot will include contested races for Justice of the Peace, a Custer County Board of Commissioners position, and local seats in th

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Faycosh, Hilderbrand on ballot for Justice of the Peace

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Benefit for local business owner on Saturday evening

A benefit dinner and auction for Steven Allen of Miles City, long-time business owner, will be Saturday in the Park Place at 20 N. 8th St. Allen sustained a serious injury in a swimming pool accident on Monday, Sept. 3. He fractured his vertebrae 3-6. The dinner will start at 5:30 ...

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Rosendale rallies voters in Miles City

If you support President Trump and want to see his agenda advance, you’ll want to vote for Matt Rosendale for U.S. Senate. That according to Rosendale. The state auditor, Glendive resident and GOP Senate candidate pressed his case to replace U.S. Sen. Jon Tester (D-Mont.) to a crowd of about 45 ...

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Ponies bring momentum into Eastern A divisional tourney

It has been a few years since the Havre High volleyball team has qualified for the Class A state tournament. Yet the last time they did it, the Blue Ponies came into the Eastern A Divisional as the No. 2 seed out of the Central A, which is the exact same position they will enter the tournament again

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Newcomers Bogner, Stange seek SD 19 seat

ELECTION 2018 Republican Kenneth Bogner of Miles City and Democrat Mary Zeiss Stange of Ekalaka are competing for the Senate District 19 seat vacated by former state Sen. Eric Moore, who termed out. The election is Tuesday, and mail-in ballots are already being accepted. The Star submitted questions

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Flock of Eagles: Miles City’s Mitchell triplets earn Scouting’s highest rank

On my honor, I will do my best, to tell you just how unusual and remarkable it is that local triplets Brandon, Nick and Alex Mitchell will each receive their Eagle Scout award on Sunday. Only 6 in 100 who join the Boy Scouts earn Scouting’s highest honor. That according to ...

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