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The following is from "Wheels Across Montana's Prairie" copyright 1974 by the Prairie County Historical Society. This article was written by J.H. (Jack)Souhrada Jr. John H. Souhrada Sr. was Jack's fat + 2771 more characters
There is indeed a tunnel, as I have been in it. Very interesting. I too have home movies of skating and sledding there as a kid in the mid and late 50s.
My dad owned and operated Cloud Cleaners for about 25 years from 1947 to 1972. It was located at 18 So. 8th. I believe it is a clothing store now.
Interestingly enough, the lyrics of "Don't Fence Me In" were written by Bob Fletcher, an accomplished poet and a Plans Engineer for the Montana Department of Highways (now the Department of Transporta + 318 more characters
Apparently the EASTERN Montana Stockgrowers did not meet in 1884, but the MONTANA Stockgrowers did meet in 1884. The combined associations met for the first time in 1885. Hence 2009 is the 125th anniv + 36 more characters
url "In 1883 a group of seven men met in Miles City in a small seven-by-nine foot room and organized the Eastern Montana Stockgrowers Association. The following year, on July 29, 1884, the Montana Sto + 456 more characters
For those of you who may not yet have heard, Kramer lost his job today.
Mark Brown - Class of 1969
Class of 1970: Charlie Kegel Bingo Caekart Gayle Rolf Mike Anderson Bill Pauley Stan Gall Ron Turley Christine Payne
Pluto, who indeed is the only basketball player to receive a D-1 basketball scholarship? I'm thinking it was Scott McDonald from CCHS class of '70 who went on to play for MCC and then on to Montana St + 4 more characters
From the book "Names on the Face of Montana" by Roberta Carkeek Cheney: BIG DRY(Garfield)was named for Big Dry Creek. Lewis and Clark had called it Big Dry River in their Journal for May 6, 1806, "on + 465 more characters
Ya, how 'bout them "kittens"? Good job Cats!
Cats (aka Lulay State Univ) 28 Fizzlies 14
Connie, the license plate numbers are actually tied to each of Montanan's 56 counties (e.g. 14 is Custer County). The following link will take you to a map of Montana with the numbers for each county. + 63 more characters
The CCHS and SHHS graduating classes of 1970 will be holding their 35th reunion in Miles City on Friday evening, May 20. For those who would like more information on the time, place and other specific + 206 more characters
Maps of each city and county are available from the Department of Transportation in Helena at 444-6119 or on the web at
The following excerpt is from the book "Names on the Face of Montana." "Lehigh (Judith Basin County) is nearly a ghost town now. The post office opened in 1915 with Albert Hazen as postmaster. When th + 399 more characters
Garry....yes, my folks and us kids lived across the street from you at 607 No. Cottage from about 1952 to 1972.
Saugus is about 10 miles south west of Terry on the Yellowstone River. According to the book "Names On The Face of Montana: The Story of Montana's Place Names" by Roberta Carkeek Cheney, "Saugus, (loc + 1056 more characters
Now that I think about it, I do remember the old depot at the end of 10th street being the old MCC. But I also remember that the depot at the end of Lake Street as being a passenger depot at one time. + 515 more characters
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