Monthly archive

June, 2014

  •   Michael J. Strouf, 67, of Miles City died on Monday, June 9, 2014, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City. Mr. Strouf was born on April 3, 1947, in Great Falls, the son of Reuben and Dorothy Johnston Strouf. In his younger years, he lived on the family farm in between Stanford and Denton. When he was 12 years of age, the family moved to...
  •   Betty Lou Erickson, 76, surrounded by her four loving children and her daughter-in-law, Julie, died peacefully on Sunday, June 8, 2014, in Miles City. Mrs. Erickson was born June 15, 1937, to Clarence and Edna Millslagel Rush in Gordon, Nebraska. She will be remembered for her great cooking, rising early and having a good cup of coffee. Mrs...
  • Robyn Leslie Lund and Richmond Brooke Warnke were united in marriage Saturday, March 29, in Las Vegas, Nev.  The bride is the daughter of Robert Lund and Karla Lund-Elder of Miles City.  Parents of the bridegroom are Andrea Warnke-Shaw and Steven Shaw.
  • A son was born to Tiffany and Kyle Pryor of Miles City on Friday, May 30, 2014, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City.   A son was born to Katie and Brad Leavitt of Miles City on Monday, June 2, 2014, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City.   A daughter was born to Jennifer and Ammoron Thomas of Arlington, Wash., on Tuesday, June...
  •   Betty Lou Erickson, 76, surrounded by her four loving children and her daughter-in-law, Julie, died peacefully on Sunday, June 8, 2014, in Miles City. Mrs. Erickson was born June 15, 1937, to Clarence and Edna Millslagel Rush in Gordon, Nebraska. She will be remembered for her great cooking, rising early and having a good cup of coffee. Mrs...
  •   Ambling into Baker Tuesday morning, “Trails 4 Transplants” riders have made it to the halfway mark of a 444-mile trek to raise money and awareness for organ, eye and tissue transplants. One of the organizers, Roger Hille, said the riders are “exactly” on track as they rode into Baker before noon Tuesday. ...
  •   It was another successful series of classes for the 2013-2014 Leadership Miles City program, culminating in a graduation ceremony last month at the Miles City Town & Country Club. “The Miles City Leadership Class hosted our ninth graduation last week, bringing our total graduates from the exciting program to 136 from our Miles...
  •   The Custer County District High School newspaper, the Signal Butte, has again won a collection of awards from the Montana Journalism Education Association/University of Montana Better High School Journalism Competition in 2014. This is the third year in a row the newspaper has won numerous awards, including first place in its division for...
  •   Thanks to a local business, there are a few more women motorists with the necessary skills to do basic maintenance on their vehicles. Rolling Rubber Tire Factory hosted a free Ladies Night Out on Thursday, during which participants rotated through several teaching stations on things like checking your oil or changing a tire. One station...
  •   The Miles City Council will hold a public hearing for Diamond J Construction’s request for a proposed zone change, although the request already died at the May 27 council meeting due to lack of a motion to accept it. The public hearing will be at 7 p.m. June 24 at a council meeting. John Peila owns Diamond J and had already begun...