A domestic altercation called into law enforcement led to felony drug charges for a Fallon couple.
According to charging documents, Jamie Lee McGrady faces a felony charge of criminal possession of a dangerous drug. Scott Faas has been charged with felony criminal possession of a dangerous drug, and felony possession with intent to distribute, along with a misdemeanor charge of possessing drug paraphernalia.
Prairie County Board of Commissioners will be meeting with Keystone XL pipeline representatives and landowners at 1 p.m. during their regular meeting on Jan. 31. Members of the county land planning board will also be a part of the discussion along with Kent Liles, and TransCanada reps Bud Anderson and Dan Forbes, according to the board’s agenda.
The 20th Annual Cowtown Beef Breeders Show, Ag Trade Show, and Craft Expo will be sponsored by the Miles City Area Chamber of Commerce.
USDA Montana Farm Service Agency Acting State Executive Director Dick Deschamps wants to remind all Montana farmers and ranchers of important deadlines for several farm programs so they can contact their FSA county office and submit their paperwork before these deadlines pass.
By Kay Braddock
A benefit dinner and auction will be held for Willie and Cori Collins of Ismay on Saturday, January 21st at the Joe Montana Center in Ismay.
Serving an 11 county region, along the eastern edge of the state, Keith Olson is helping veterans and eligible family members make sense of the Veterans Affairs benefits and healthcare system. Based in Miles City, Olson began his work as the Veterans Service Officer II, Nov. 10 of last year.
Hair stylist Natasha Hutchison has joined the New Image Salon and is now accepting appointments.
Filing for a school trustee seat has opened, according to Terry Schools Clerk Cathy Kalmback.
From the U.S. Postal Service
Beginning Jan. 22, 2012, it will cost just a penny more to mail letters to any location in the United States. It will be the first price change for First-Class Mail stamps (Forever stamps) in more than two and a half years. However, customers can continue to mail letters at today's prices by purchasing their Forever stamps before Jan. 22.