Monthly archive

May, 2016

  • Kohlman Adler has played full back and is an anchor to the defense. His speed, agility, and determination as well as great touches on the ball are just a few of his great attributes. Chris Austin is new to the Posse this year, he plays half back and forward. His speed and endurance are real positives as well as his never give up attitude. Parker...
  • Donald E. Fuson, 82, of Mountain Home, Arkansas, formerly of Miles City, died Wednesday, May 11, 2016. Private family services are planned.  
  • Custer County District High School seniors will start a new chapter in their lives when they walk across the stage in the CCDHS gymnasium and receive their diplomas during the Class of 2016 Commencement on Tuesday evening, May 17. The Commencement program will begin at 6 p.m. The class motto is “Do not go where the path may lead, go instead...
  • The Custer County District High School Senior Bash, a non-alcoholic event, sponsored by parents, community members, and merchants of Miles City and major sponsor, Miles Community College, will be Saturday, May 14, at MCC. Festivities begin at 8 p.m. in the Kailey Gymnasium in the Centra on the MCC campus. For approximately 28 years, Senior Bash...
  • Harold Hans Evenrude passed away Saturday May 7, 2016 at the Riverstone Hospice Center in Billings.  Harold was born on May 16, 1936 in Opheim, MT. Son of Alma Robinson & Hans Evenrude. He attended school in Glasgow and worked for many years as a butcher at Pierce Packing of Billings and the Miles City Packing Co. He was also talented in...
  • Faye Pierson Ruffatto, 78, formerly of Miles City, passed away peacefully May 9th, 2016 surrounded by family in Orange, California.  Services will be held at Grace Bible Church in Miles City on May, 28th, 2016. Visitation will be from 9:00 am to 10:30 am.,  funeral services immediately following. Graveside...
  • Volunteer instructors are being sought for the Hunter and Bowhunter Education programs in Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Region 6, which includes the counties of Hill, Blaine, Phillips, Valley, Daniels, McCone, Sheridan, and Roosevelt counties.  In particular, more instructors are needed in the Culbertson, Bainville, Froid, Medicine Lake,...
  • Coach Chase Tait and the Pioneers wrapped up their season mid-march. Tait is now spending the majority of his time trying to recruit kids for next years season, while his current players spend time working out and continue to play basketball. “They have a program. Shooting and weight training, and they get together and play some days,...
  • Lt. Gov. Mike Cooney stopped in Miles City last Friday to visit Transco and Miles Community College about their plans for growth. Cooney stopped at Transco to highlight the $275,000 Workforce Training Grant and the $175,000 Big Sky Economic Trust Fund Grant they received. The company’s goal is to hire at least 55 new jobs in Miles City with...