Monthly archive

April, 2014

  •   Kids who participate in the Miles City Developmental Educational Assistance Program’s summer activities will see their vacation begin a little early this weekend as part of Global Youth Service Day. “Global Youth Service Day, April 11-13, is the world’s largest service event, and the only one dedicated to recognizing the...
  •   On Monday, Custer County completed financing for the $7,500,000 in bonds that will finance the Detention Center project, which will include construction of a new detention center to replace the historic but severely sub-standard 1906 jail and remodeling of the 1980s-era, below-ground Emergency Operating Center. The good news is that the...
  •   When students return to Custer County District High School to begin the 2014-2015 school year, it will be with a different principal at the helm. Jamie Ogolin, who became principal of CCDHS in 2004, tendered his resignation last week. Superintendent Keith Campbell said he was surprised by the resignation, but that Ogolin would finish out...
  •   Eva Myrtle Buckingham Youngbauer, 93, of Miles City died Thursday March 27, 2014, in Belle Fourche, S.D. She was born in Terry on Sept. 20, 1920, the daughter of Roy and Myrtle Bice Buckingham. She grew up and attended school in Terry.  Mrs. Youngbauer was a registered nursing, graduating for the Holy Rosary School of Nursing in 1942....
  •   Margaret Marie Forster Eissinger, 90, of Circle died at the Eastern Montana Veterans Home in Glendive on April 5, 2014. Mrs. Eissinger was born on Feb. 18, 1924, in St. Paul, Minn., to William and Minnie Carlson Forster. At the age of 3 years, she moved to Brockway with her family and attended school in Brockway, graduating in 1941. She...
  •    Pete Raymond Muri, 78, of Miles City died at his home on Monday, April 7, 2014, surrounded by his family and loved ones after a three-year journey with cancer. Mr. Muri was born the youngest of nine children on the family ranch near Cartersville on June 12, 1935, to Rasmus and Nellie Johnson Muri. He was raised on the family ranch...
  •   By JOSH SAMUELSON Star Sports Editor The Miles City Outlaws opened their season last weekend, traveling to Cheyenne, Wyo., to take on the Cheyenne Mustangs in three games. The Outlaws lost both games on Saturday, 7-6 and 9-5, before rallying for a 12-8 win on Sunday. The same teams will play this weekend in Miles City at Tedesco Field....
  •   In late November of 1867, a number of performers from the world of vaudeville got together and formed a small social club that was a way of circumventing the blue laws in New York state that closed all public taverns on Sunday.  In order to decide who would buy the next round of drinks, the entertainers played a game with corks. They...
  • A daughter was born to Hope and Beau Huft of Ismay on Monday, March 31, 2014, at Holy Rosary Healthcare.   A daughter was born to Kelly Muggli and Cory Cheguis of Miles City on Tuesday, April 1, 2014, at Holy Rosary Healthcare.
  • The warmer weather has finally arrived in Miles City and with it comes thoughts of planting gardens.  For those who don't have the space in their yards for a garden, the Community Garden has spots available. Garden spots may be reserved by calling the Custer County Extension Office in the courthouse at 874-3370 or stopping by the office...