Stockman Bank real estate lenders are experts in financing all types of real estate. They specialize in knowing all the options available and determining the best program for every customer. All Stockman Bank real estate lenders are registered through the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System & Registry. Click on the lender’s name below for their unique identification number. Stockman Bank of Montana is also registered under NMLS ID# 440094.
Stockman Insurance is a full service insurance agency, offering all lines of insurance, and has always been a leader in farm and ranch insurance in North Central and Eastern Montana. As Stockman Insurance has grown, more emphasis has been placed on being a full service agency statewide.
“There’s a demand for better insurance products and agents you can really count on – and that’s what we deliver. We pride ourselves on taking the time to work with people to design the right insurance package for their specific needs.” – KC Keith
Stockman Insurance, Inc. offers the most comprehensive and competitive insurance products you need to properly protect your operation including:
Make the most of your time on the road at Super 8 Miles City hotel, located off Interstate 94 near Range Riders Museum. We offer conveniences like 24-hour front desk service and free parking with outdoor electrical outlets for your car, bus, truck or RV. Begin each morning with free SuperStart continental breakfast, and use free Wi-Fi Internet to reach friends and family or plan your trip from your Miles City hotel room. Our pet-friendly hotel features non-smoking and handicapped-accessible rooms, and kids 17 and under stay free with an adult.
At Taco John’s® we strive to exceed your expectations. Let’s Go!
Taco John’s isn’t just about food—it’s about family. Our customers are fans for life and that’s because we deliver delicious food with a homegrown attitude. Eating here feels more like being in a neighborhood diner than a national chain. And even though we’ve grown from one restaurant in Cheyenne, Wyoming to more than 415 locations across the country, those basics still drive us every day.
At Taco John’s, we serve traditional Mexican food—with a West-Mex® twist. Our fusion of bold and savory American flavors with south-of-the-border spice has created a signature menu, starring our trademark Potato Olés®, freshly prepared tacos and famous Meat and Potato Burritos.
TC Energy, formerly TransCanada, with more than 7,300 employees who support their communities as part of the TC Energy family. Not only do they contribute the success of our company, their work has a positive social and economic impact on the places they call home.
Natural Gas Operations
We build and operate safe and reliable energy infrastructure. This includes our 92,600 km (57,500 miles) network of natural gas pipelines, which supplies more than 25 per cent of the clean-burning natural gas consumed daily across North America to heat homes, fuel industries and generate power.
Oil & Liquids
Our existing oil & liquids pipeline infrastructure, approximately 4,900 km (3,000 miles), connects Alberta crude oil supplies to U.S. refining markets in Illinois, Oklahoma, Texas and the U.S. Gulf Coast.
The Keystone Pipeline System, our largest liquids pipeline asset, moves approximately 20 per cent of western Canadian crude oil export to key refining markets. The Grand Rapids and Northern Courier pipelines, two intra-Alberta liquids pipelines, provide transportation solutions for producers in northern and western Athabasca regions.
We remain committed to advancing our portfolio of commercially secured projects to connect growing Canadian and U.S. crude oil supply to key markets, maximizing the value from our existing assets, leveraging existing infrastructure and seeking new opportunities across the liquids pipelines value chain.
Power & Storage Operations
TC Energy owns or has interests in 10 power generation facilities with combined capacity of approximately 6,000 megawatts (MW) – enough to power more than five million homes.
Nearly half of the power we provide is generated from an emission-less nuclear power facility and we are leaders in the development and operation of high efficiency, natural gas-fired generating stations.
Located at the corner of Valley Drive and Leighton Blvd. (across from ABC Glass)
We are a local, family owned, drive through coffee stand who pride ourselves on serving beverages to delight your taste buds and customer service with and extra dose of kindness! Happily serving organic coffee, tea, smoothies and pressed juices!
Owner introduction time- Brad and Adrian Davis are your local, Miles City owners of The Ruby. They have a beautiful family and love spending their free time with their three children.
Adrian- Opening The Ruby has been her dream for 15years. She loves impulsive decisions for adventure and finds humor and the good in most everyday experiences. She also loves crazy socks!
Prior to opening the shop she spent those past 15 years raising her children and working in job fields in service to others. She has worked in the mental health field primarily with at risk youth and battered women. She is also a licensed EMT and has worked as such for the last 4 years. She now holds a volunteer position at your local fire department. Her heart is as big as a Montana sunrise.
Brad- Brad is your local born and raised Eastern Montana man (Miles City/Terry). He takes pride in his solid work ethic and believes an old fashioned handshake and your word is as solid as any contract. He loves a good belly laugh and creating amazing things with his carpentry skills.
Brad is a United States Air Force Veteran and proudly served his country during Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom. He humbly continues that service to this community serving as full time Fire Fighter/ EMT at MCFR. His heart is also in service to others.
Together they are so excited to bring this fun and exciting adventure to you all! Crafting quality beverages, served up with kindness and goodness, is and always will be their goal!
Tightline Design LLC was founded by Kevin Ott in 2010. Tightline Design’s attention to the client’s vision, and superior customer service, has helped establish it as one of eastern Montana’s most reputable contracting firms. With his fifteen plus years of custom home building experience, Kevin’s familiarity with several products, finishes, and construction techniques has allowed Tightline Design to make each project customized and unique. With a focus on high-quality materials and professional craftsmanship, coupled with the area’s best specialty contractors, Tightline Design is able to produce amazing results for both residential and commercial projects alike.
Please give Tightline Design a call today to discuss your project goals and expectations; we would be glad to assist you with your project in any way that we can!
The Company was started on June 17, 1977, with the merger of B.L.M. Tire and Hasty Tire. At that time, B.L.M. consisted of stores in Billings, Great Falls, Helena, Missoula, Anchorage, Spokane, Rapid City and Dickinson. The Company was primarily a Dayton Tire distributor but was also handling Cooper and B.F. Goodrich tires. Jack Hasty had stores in Rudyard and Havre and brought with him the Michelin brand. The name “TIRE-RAMA” was selected as a means of identifying the new Company to the public.
From those beginnings, Tire-Rama has grown today to be 45 locations and the premier independent tire dealer across four states: Montana, Wyoming, Idaho and Washington where we offer home-town service. Marketing efforts also extend into all adjoining states and Canada thanks to a well-established weekly distribution system. Along with a wide variety of tires, the Company’s stores offer a complete menu of automotive accessories and services. The Company strives to position itself for future growth and takes great pride in the quality of its people.
Tire-Rama will continue as the industry leader by constantly focusing on its customers and on the goal of providing quality services and products at affordable prices.
Tongue River Electric Coopertive, Inc was Incorporated January 22, 1946 by Orval W. Gentry, P.T. Bennet, Edward M. Hanson, Julian Terrett, Stephen B. Smith, Perry Hason, W.C. Wiechman, & F. L. Kamhoot. These men were the original Board Members as well. TRECO services were first energized on September 9, 1949. Currently TRECO serves 2,630 members with a history of over 4,966 members served.
Tongue River Electric Cooperative History
Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Rural Electrification Act as part of his stimulus plan to get us out of the great depression of the 30′s. The Act provided low interest 35 year loans. It was hoped that the electric power companies serving the cities and small towns of America would take advantage of these 2% loans and begin to extend their lines to rural America. This did not happen or at least not fast enough to satisfy the people out in the country and as a result, the electric cooperatives that we take for granted today stumbled into an uncertain existence under the supervision of the Rural Electrification Administration.
The first cooperatives in Montana developed in the denser valley areas between 1937 & 1939 and were serving customers before Pearl Harbor precipitated the US into World War II. Lack of materials and other problems put the development of new cooperatives on hold until the end of the conflict in Japan in 1945. But in 1946 people in the thinly populated dry lands began to stir and looked first to the already established valley coops to extend their lines into new areas but to most valley boards that looked like a losing proposition for their members and it did not happen.
Tongue River Electric came into being when ordinary folks with an extraordinary vision one of which was Orville Gentry embarked on a perilous journey to determine whether the ranchers and farmers spread out over eastern Montana could create an organization that could supply electricity to them and survive with the help of REA loans and guidance.
Getting enough people signed up in an area to be served by a proposed line and show the REA that feasibility for repayment of the money to be borrowed was the challenge for a number of years. The first line to be actually energized was built in the Terry area. Other lines followed but it was a slow process. In at least one case the signers had to commit to a special surcharge before REA would commit funds.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) had built a line from Colstrip to Lame Deer and Busby in the early 30′s to serve their administrative facilities and schools but very few Indian homes were reached and the BIA was starved for funds to maintain, extend and operate their system. Negotiations were begun and resulted in the acquisition of the BIA lines and the beginning of extensive electric service to almost all areas of the reservation.
Ashland folks got their electricity from a diesel plant which stuttered from time to time and electric lines which required maintenance so those customers became part of the TRECO system. Perhaps the need of Ashland for more dependable service was part of the impetus for the founding of TRECO. Judge Jones in Broadus operated a diesel plant and distributed electricity to the businesses and homes in the village. As TRECO’s lines extended toward and around Broadus, it was beginning to be apparent that TRECO might survive and Judge decided it might be time to retire from the electric business and did arrange to sell out his operation to TRECO. Those acquisitions over the years rounded out the TRECO system and made it possible to extend lines farther into the hills than would otherwise have been possible.
Our members today have paid in full for nearly 30% of a well maintained reliable system. A great deal more valuable to them than even the books record. The 70% balance is financed over 35 years at reasonable interest rates.
From time to time our members should give a moment’s thought to those pioneer directors who had faith that an electric cooperative serving the thinly populated dry lands of eastern Montana could succeed. Nor should we forget the managers selected by the board to guide the day to day operations of the cooperative over the years: Orval Gentry, Eugene Morgan, A. W. Mills, James Richards, Harold Hanson, and Alan See.
Tongue River Vineyard, approximately 2 acres in size, is the only commercial vineyard in Montana east of Missoula. Our first grapes were planted in 2004 and we plant some every year. Our half-century of gardening have helped in the vineyard, and Bob’s half century of wine making have helped in the winery. We grow mostly University of Minnesota grape varieties, but are experimenting with others that might prove hardy enough for our northern climate.
We are proud and active members of the North Dakota Grape and Wine Association, and also participants with the emerging Montana grape growers association and the South Dakota association. We purchase some fruit from North Dakota and Wyoming to supplement what we are able to find in Montana
We also grow apples, pears, cherries, raspberries, elderberries and other fruits. We opened for business in October of 2010 and produce approximately 2000 gallons of wine yearly— red and white, sweet and dry, grape and fruit wines and unusual blends. In 2003 we will be picking our first crop of haskaps (edible honeysuckle fruit) and Carmine Jewel cherries. Both were developed at the University of Saskatchewan, are 5-6 foot shrubs when mature, hardy to -50°F! We have the nets up and expect a good crop of both of them.
Our desire is not to compete with California or the other western states in making European wines, but to create quality wines which have their own style, flavor and bouquet made from fruit which lives comfortably (with care…) in the frigid winters & hotter’n hell summers of southeast Montana.
If you wish to contact us, you can call Bob at 406-853-1028, Marilyn at 406-853-1651 or Josh at 406-850-8325
The Tongue River Winery team— Bob, Marilyn and Josh Thaden
Inside the Winery
Space available for small parties
Bed & Breakfast
The B&B will be part of our home, right across the vineyard from the winery. We have 2 rooms available for guests, with the option of an evening meal, private wine tasting and wandering the property to their heart’s content. Tongue River B & B
Created in 1957, the Town and Country Club is a semi-private golf, social, and dining facility. The course, lounge and restaurant are open to the public. Memberships are available. The city and the club are noted for our western hospitality.
Town Pump Inc. is a privately held Montana owned and operated business dedicated to providing excellence in customer service and hospitality at a fair and competitive price. We are “team oriented” and “result driven”.
Town Pump Inc. is committed to:
Providing our customers excellence. Our entire business is based on being the best at providing customers’ quality and value and therefore we value our customers above all and continually respond to their changing needs.
Providing our team opportunities for personal and professional growth through our long-standing commitment to train, develop and promote from within. We recognize it is our team’s contributions that strengthen our ability to compete prosper and grow.
Fulfilling our responsibility to give back to Montana communities by providing financial support to social programs through charitable and corporate giving.
Building our resource base of personnel, technology and property to sustain our efficiencies and allow for future development.
Protecting and preserving our environment by investing in state of the art leak detection and leak prevention equipment. Town Pump is ever vigilant of environmental safety through our commitment to employ the best technologies available. Town Pump’s standards exceed federal and state environmental regulations.
Providing leadership in paying attention to every detail and communicating our team’s responsibility as caretakers of the business for our employees, customers and communities.
Traci Schell has been actively working in the health insurance business for over 20 years. We are proud to be known as a specialized health insurance agency, serving the Miles City area and surrounding communities of Eastern Montana. We have always enjoyed working with individuals, families, employers and those who are Medicare eligible to find the most suitable plan for their individual insurance needs.
Traci Schell Insurance also offers Annuities, Long Term Care, Life, Dental and Vision Insurance with the top rated and most trusted companies in the insurance industry!
DO YOU NEED GROUP HEALTH INSURANCE?
• Group coverage is available at any time throughout the year. Contact us for quotes for all your Health, Dental and Vision plan options! We can help you determine what plan works best and is affordable for your business.
DO YOU NEED MEDICARE SUPPLEMENT INSURANCE?
• We can help you determine the right plan to suit your needs!
Transco Railway Products Inc. (TRPI) is one of the nation’s leading independent providers of freight car repair, modification and rebuilding services to the rail transportation industry. The Company was organized in its current form in 1967 as a combination of certain predecessor companies that had been in the railcar repair and component manufacturing business since 1936.
For over 70 years Transco has been providing quality rail car repair service and specialty replacement car parts to North America’s railroad industry. Our core values are focused on Safety, Integrity, Customer Service and Quality. Transco’s dedicated staff is committed to those core values with the ultimate goal of meeting our customer’s needs the first time, every time.