Monthly archive

February, 2016

  • The Pioneers men’s and women’s teams took on the Gillette Pronghorns Saturday at home. Though both teams lost, they had a great showing with strong games. The Lady P’s lost 65-60 while the Pioneers lost 97-73. The Lady Pioneers started off the afternoon against the Lady Pronghorns who are number two in the conference. The Lady...
  • Plans are now under way for the first Hunter Ed class of the year in Miles City. Classes will be held February 26 – 28 at the Region 7 Fish, Wildlife & Parks office.  Online registration is required and open now through February 19th, or until the class is full. The class is limited to the first 50 students.   Students may...
  • Youth soccer sign ups are taking place Feb 16 and 17 at MCC at 6pm both nights. Tuesday night sign ups will be in room 106 and Wednesday they will be in room 315. Soccer starts for ages 6 and up, and starts at $60. Any questions or concerns please contact Maddy Roberts at 234-2652 or Patty Blaquiere at 234-6940.  
  • MCYBA is holding its first round of SIGNUPS Tuesday, February 23 and Wednesday, February 24th from 6pm-8pm at the indoor facility at 2417 Bridge Street. Any child who is 5 as of April 30th, 2016 is welcome to sign up! Age divisions are T-ball 5-6 years old; Coach Pitch 7-8 years old; Minors 9-10 years old; Majors 11-12 years old; Babe Ruth 13-15...
  • Pine Hills Youth Correctional Facility in Miles City has a long history. There have been changes at the facility over the years, and another major one is coming soon. Soon unused space at Pine Hills will be used to house slightly older, lower-risk offenders. Currently, Pine Hills has 120 available beds, 125 staff to support those beds and, as of...
  • Convicted murderer Dewey Coleman died Sunday of natural causes at the Lewistown Infirmary in Lewistown, according to a Montana Prison press release. Coleman had been convicted in the July 4, 1974 rape, kidnapping and death of Rosebud woman Peggy Harstad, who was 21. Coleman was from Boise, Idaho and was 27 at the time. According to court records,...
  • Miles Pioneers teams head to Glendive Monday for a local rivarly competition.  Midrivers will be the sponsor and holding games during halftime. You will have the opportunity to win an LG tablet and other door prizes. Come out and support your Miles CC Lady Pioneers and Pioneers!  
  • The U14 girls hockey team has had an excellent season and they are on their way to Butte to participate in state. “All the squirt players, coaches, and parents want to wish the U14 Girls Good Luck this weekend in Butte, MT as the compete in their state.  GOOD LUCK GIRLS,” said Brandon Taylor Generals hockey manager.  
  • First round results for the Custer County Cowboys Friday at the Montana State Wrestling Tournament at the Rimrock Auto Arena in Billings. 113 lbs. — Kon Speelmon pinned by Winfeld West from Comumbia Falls 1:06 126 lbs. — Joe Murnion pinned by Colten Serkel from Beaverhead in :18 132 lbs. — Jacob Swope pinned by Cameron Brown from...
  • The Cowboys had their final home game of the season Thursday night against the St. Labre Braves. The Cowboys finished their season strong winning 81-48, making them undefeated at home for the regular season. The CCDHS gymnasium was standing room only by the time the game started. An intense match up for the Cowboys, the Braves were fairly evenly...