Monthly archive

May, 2016

  • David Allen Eichelberger, born February 12, 1961 in Keyser, West Virginia, went peacefully on his journey after a courageous battle with cancer in the arms of his loving wife at Holy Rosary Healthcare on May 11, 2016. David grew up in the mountains of West Virginia. He loved to hunt and fish. He spent countless happy hours in the woods or on a...
  • Wyatt Foulger third in team roping, Connor Murnion second in bull riding. Jayci Lamphere finished 3rd in the region in break-away. All three will be going to the College Rodeo Finals June 10th-20th in Casper Wyo.
  • Custer County District High School’s Girls’ Varsity Basketball Coach Aaron Essex was re-hired at Tuesday night’s meeting of the Miles City Unified Board of Trustees, after the decision was tabled last month. The meeting with packed with parents and 10 members of the girls basketball team.  Athletic Director Mike Ryan...
  • Mr. and Mrs. Rob Reukauf of Terry and Mr. and Mrs. Brad Hager of Drummond have announced the engagement of their children, Jillian Maria Reukauf and Kenneth Kreig Stenerson.  A Saturday, August 13 wedding in Miles City is planned by the couple.
  • Star photos by Steve Allison
  • After several months of searching for a candidate, Custer County Commissioners found Mike Elmore, a Gillette, Wyo., native who will be joining County Attorney Wyatt Glade’s Office as the deputy county attorney. Elmore started his college education at Sheridan College.  He then joined the Marine Corps and served three deployments as a...
  • Spring is a time of new beginnings. It also is the perfect time to sort out and get rid of unwanted items; clean up homes, garages and storage units; and tidy up yards, parks and other outdoor spaces. Local and area residents can take advantage of the warmer weather by getting outside on Friday and Saturday, May 13-14, and participating in the...
  • The Miles CC Pioneer baseball team traveled to Nebraska over the weekend to make up a series against McCook Community College, the outcome of which would decide whether or not the Pioneers would make their way to Trinidad for the Region IX playoffs. The Pioneers have been part of Region IX for two years, and Head Coach Jeff Brabant’s...
  • The Washington Middle School track team has been in the thick of competition over the past two weeks, getting close to breaking school records. They first competed at home, then traveled to Glendive, doing well in both meets. The 7th grade boys were second overall at home. The 7th grade girls were first with 69 points. The 8th grade boys took...
  • The CCDHS track team hosted their John Polich Cowgirl/Cowboy Invitational Saturday, at the MCC track. It was a beautiful day for running, the temperature right around 73 degrees. The overall winner for the boys was Sidney with 104 points, the Cowboys were 6th with 46 points. The girls’ winner was Laurel with 107 points, the Cowgirls were 5th...