Monthly archive

December, 2014

  •   The Custer County District High School Cowboy basketball team picked up a good win, 68-64, on Friday night in Hardin. But then they struggled at home on Saturday night in a 57-36 loss to Sidney. With the split, the Cowboys are now 2-1 on the year and 1-1 in the Eastern A. They are off until January 2, when they travel to Billings to take on...
  •   Custer County District High School junior Torrey Watts had another good weekend but was the only Cowboy to place at the Dickinson Invite. Watts won an 18-2 technical fall of Anthony James of Glendive in the quarterfinals at 126 pounds. He was then pinned by eventual champ Jade Hepper of Watford City in the semifinals. In the third-place...
  •   Miles Community College ended a busy and productive fall semester last week with some encouraging news for spring enrollment. Speaking at last week’s monthly meeting of the MCC Board of Trustees, Vice President of Enrollment & Student Success Jessie Dufner informed the board that applications for spring semester are up compared to...
  •   Ann Elizabeth Rich, 93, of Jordan, died on Monday, Dec. 15, 2014, at the Garfield County Health Center in Jordan. She was born on Nov. 28, 1921, in Hamtramck, Michigan, to Frances Bahun and Michael Stupera. She was raised in Detroit and graduated from high school in 1939. She went on and received her bachelor of science degree in education...
  •   Funeral Service for Charles Guyer, 87, of Ekalaka, MT will be at 3:00 p.m., Friday, December 19, 2014 at Stevenson Funeral Home in Ekalaka, MT with Pastor Tom Stieg officiating. Visitation for Charles will be from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m., Friday, December 19, 2014 at Stevenson Funeral Home, Ekalaka. Charles passed away on Sunday, December 14...
  •   Christmas is a time of giving, and no one knows that better than the 600 Cafe, which has been giving away free Christmas dinners for decades.  Each year, 400 to 500 people enjoy a ham or turkey dinner with all the trimmings. The dinners come with mashed potatoes, stuffing, tomato soup, cranberry sauce and cake. Children give out candy...
  •   Christmas is a time of giving, and no one knows that better than the 600 Cafe, which has been giving away free Christmas dinners for decades.  Each year, 400 to 500 people enjoy a ham or turkey dinner with all the trimmings. The dinners come with mashed potatoes, stuffing, tomato soup, cranberry sauce and cake. Children give out candy...
  •   Donations for Miles Community College’s Ag Advancement Center project continue to roll in, including another sizable gift earlier this week. The First Interstate Bank (FIB) Miles City and the First Interstate BancSystem Foundation have donated $100,000 to the project, with the check presented at Wednesday’s meeting of the First...
  •   Anastasia Strom was born March 8, 1964, during a grand old blizzard. She passed away on December 14, 2014 at her home in Miles City. A loving and caring heart could no longer handle the rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, fibro myalgia and migraines.  Anastasia “Stacie” attended grade school at Mound, MN and Kinsey, MT, she...
  •   When Donna Petroff decided to put her mother under hospice care at Holy Rosary Healthcare earlier this year, she didn’t know what to expect. What she discovered, however, was a program dedicated to making a patient’s last days as dignified and comfortable as possible. “My mom had dementia, and she wasn’t doing very...