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Try kayaking July 18 in Miles City

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will host a community kayaking event at Spotted Eagle Lake in Miles City on Wednesday, July 18, from 6-9 p.m.

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Free fishing at Spotted Eagle Lake on July 19

An evening of open fishing will be offered at Spotted Eagle Lake on Wednesday, July 19, from 6-9 p.m. in Miles City.Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will have loaner fishing rods and bait available at no cost, and no fishing license is required during that time. People must still abide by all other Mo

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History of Homesteading program planned at MonDak

Join us for this free luncheon lecture featuring stories of homesteaders, as well as updates from MSU Billings. This program is part of the Buzzin’ Beyond Billings 2018 tour of eastern Montana by the MSU Billings Alumni Foundation. Other stops include Miles City, Glendive, and Poplar.

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Young cowboys and cowgirls may participate in roundup play day event at Horseman’s Park

Local and area young people will have the opportunity to participate in rodeo activities during the Lil Roundup Play Day, a rodeo for children, on Sunday. Sponsored by the Custer County Rodeo Club, activities will be held at Horseman’s Park, across the road from the Eastern Montana Fairgrounds in Mi

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MC Fire and Rescue must abandon station

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Make your own fishing lure at FWP July 19

Children and adults are invited to make their own fishing lures on Thursday, July 19, from 9-11 a.m. at Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Region 7 headquarters in Miles City. People need not preregister for the event.The activity is best for children who are preschool age or older. All participants sho

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Fredrickson joins Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Floberg

Brooke Fredricksonhas joined Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Floberg Real Estate as a licensed real estate agent, specializing in residential properties.Originally from Billings, Fredrickson has been a licensed hairdresser for 15 years and has been in customer service for 20 years.She may be reached

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Evelyn Cameron group will show local photographs in Terry

The rugged beauty and deep-rooted communities of Eastern Montana will be showcased in the upcoming photography exhibit “Celebrating Prairie Life.” Hosted by the Evelyn Cameron Heritage, Inc. organization, ten area photographers will exhibit their collections of local photos from July 17-28 in the re

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Miles City's Seb Morrow signs to play baseball for Gonzaga

MILES CITY — Sebastian Morrow, a right-handed pitcher with the Miles City Outlaws and 406 Baseball, has signed a National Letter of Intent to play baseball for Gonzaga.Morrow, the Rawlings-Perfect Game top-ranked pitcher in Montana, had a 1.65 earned-run average in 2017, with 81 strikeouts in 55 1/3

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New Miles City restaurant serves up Italian specialities

If you’re among Custer County’s residents who have been wishing for an Italian restaurant, you’re in luck. Miles City has one. The Twin Does Italian Restaurant is going full bore in the Olive Hotel on Main Street in downtown Miles City. You may be surprised by the name, but sole owner Sharon ...

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SCL Health presents gift to St. Vincent de Paul in Miles City

For the past 40 years, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul of Miles City has been committed to serving those in need; a mission that is in line with Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth (SCL) Health’s mission to serve communities, especially those who are poor and vulnerable. To support ...

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14U Wood Bat World Series starts Tuesday

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A look back to when Ismay became Joe, Montana

Remember the heyday of Joe, Montana? Not the football player, the town of Joe. Ismay, Montana, population around 20, had its brief moment in the spotlight 25 years ago when Joe Montana, the quarterback, was recruited by the Kansas City Chiefs. As a publicity stunt, radio station KY-102 of Kansas Cit

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Spirit Riders to lead Miles City 4th of July Parade

For the first time, the Grand Marshal of the Miles City 4th of July Parade will be an “it” instead of a he, she or they. And it’s safe to say that the honorees will not be strangers to leading a procession, after providing traffic control and escorts for literally hundreds ...

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Keep Miles City Beautiful installs recycling bins in Miles City parks

Throwing that aluminum can or plastic bottle into the trash at a Miles City public park still beats tossing your garbage on the ground. But now, thanks to the Keep Miles City Beautiful (KMCB) organization, there’s an even better option. The nonprofit group acquired a grant to purchase 20 attractive,

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Local disappointed in newspaper coverage

I can’t believe how insensitive the publisher, editor and reporters of the Miles City Star were to the numerous victims when reporting on the case of Morgan Pett. I see no reason why Mr. Austin Lott felt it necessary to provide so many specific details of this crime when he reported this horrendous

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Depot gets 1 last chance

The Miles City Council Tuesday decided to give the old railroad depot two more years with the hope that significant progress could be made on not only obtaining the building but laying plans to rehabilitate it. At the urging of councilman John Uden, the council discussed the old BNSF Railroad depot,

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Waffle trailer opens on Main Street in Miles City

When life gives you lemons, the old saying goes, you make lemonade. When Brandon Kieson went blind in one eye over the winter he had to stop working in the oil fields. Instead of letting it slow him down, Kieson started making waffles. Brandon and his wife Amanda purchased a concessions ...

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Harper, Laurel Dodgers walk off on Miles City Mavericks

LAUREL — Deklan Harper drilled a shot to left field to score Keegan Campbell and the Laurel Dodgers won in walk-off fashion over the Miles City Mavericks, 4-3The Mavericks struck first with runs in the second and third innings on a wild pitch and a Jerrod Bellow's single.The Dodgers' Chase Feller an

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Tests for emergency sirens, notification system set for Friday

On Friday at 10 a.m. the Custer/Garfield 911 Dispatch Center will conduct a test on the Emergency Alert Sirens for Miles City. This is only a test. Miles City residents do not need to call 911. Custer/Garfield 911 Dispatch Center also will activate the Emergency Notification Alert System, according

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