Monthly archive

May, 2014

  •   David Allen Hauk, 62, of Miles City, formerly of Philip, S.D., died Sunday, May 4, 2014, at his home near Miles City surrounded by his family. Mr. Hauk was born on June 20, 1951, in Wall, S.D., to Margaret “Peggy” (Clark) and George Hauk. He attended Lincoln Grade School just north of the farm until starting high school in...
  •     Playing in the MonDak Conference for the final time, the Pioneers went out on top. As they always have.   The Pioneers were members of the MonDak Conference for 14 years, and with a sweep of Dawson Community College on the weekend, they won the MonDak Conference for the 14th straight time. “I think it’s always good...
  • The Custer County District High School track teams took small rosters to Glendive over the weekend for the Elks Invitational. The Cowboys and Cowgirls were missing numerous athletes who were taking part in the State Music Festival. The Cowboys finished fifth in the meet with 45 points. Glendive won with 115, followed by Glasgow and Baker with 67...
  •   The Custer County District High School tennis teams were in Billings on Friday and Saturday, taking part in the Mayfair Invitational, hosted by Billings Central. The Cowboys and Cowgirls did not win any of their three matches as a team. The Cowboys lost 6-1 to Livingston and Dillon and were swept 7-0 by Billings Central. The Cowgirls lost 7...
  •   The Miles City Outlaws varsity team swept Rapid City Post 320 on Saturday afternoon, but then dropped a nine-inning game to Sturgis on Sunday. The Outlaws improved to 6-5 on the season. They will be hosting the Outlaw Invite this weekend at Tedesco Field. Times have not been announced, but the Outlaws will play twice on Saturday and Sunday...
  • A son was born to Tyiva Walker and Andrew Lecocq of Miles City on Tuesday, April 8, 2014, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City.   A daughter was born to Kylee and Kurt Brown of Glendive on Thursday, May 1, 2014, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City.   A daughter was born to Krista and Josh Graff of Broadus on Friday, May 2,...
  •   In 1879, the telephone was a modern invention, the newest technology that was going to revolutionize the world. In most of the United States, the telephone was not yet a common household instrument, but Miles City had telephones. Two of them. The telephones connected Colonel Nelson Miles’ house at Fort Keogh with his office. However,...
  • A daughter was born to Amanda and John Kramme of Broadus on Wednesday, April 9, 2014 at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City.   A daughter was born to Jessica and Johnathan McIntare of Glendive on Sunday, April 20, 2014 at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City.   A son was born to Shavon and Chad Harmon of Powderville on Tuesday,...
  •   The election for Miles Community College Board of Trustees will be Tuesday at MCC in room 106, with polls open from noon–8 p.m.  Absentee ballots are due at he college by noon on Monday. Three candidates are running for two open seats on the MCC Board of Trustees. The candidates are Garret McFarland (incumbent), Tad Torgerson and...
  •   The race for Montana’s lone seat in the U.S. House has become a crowded one, with five Republican candidates, two Democrats and one Libertarian all vying for the position. With the primary election just weeks away, candidates are canvassing the state in an effort to reach voters with their campaign platforms. One Democratic candidate...