Once again, the Wibaux Longhorns will be the top-seed at this weeks District 4C Boys Tournament, being held at the Custer County District High School gym.
Despite losing two all-state players from a year ago, the Longhorns put together another good season under head coach Terry Quintus, and come into the 4C Tournament with a 14-4 record....
It hasn’t existed for too long, but there’s a budding rivalry between the Broadus and Jordan girls.
Heading into this weeks District 4C Tournament, being held at the Custer County District High School gym, the Broadus Lady Hawks and Jordan Lady Mustangs set themselves apart in the conference, each finishing 13-1 in conference...
Broadus Date Opponent W/L Score
5-Dec Frazer W 62-49
6-Dec Hinsdale L 40-50
9-Dec St. Labre L 38-86
13-Dec Terry W 49-41
16-Dec Lame Deer W 68-55
19-Dec Ekalaka W 64-41
20-Dec Wibaux W 39-34
3-Jan N. Cheyenne W 56-42
9-Jan Ekalaka W 58-40
17-Jan Rosebud W 2-0
22-Jan Lame Deer L 55-88
24-Jan Terry W 54-50
30-Jan St. Labre L 46-58
Girls Game 1- Broadus (15-3) vs. Terry (0-17), 11 a.m. (first-round)
Girls Game 2- Melstone (10-8) vs. Northern Cheyenne (7-10), 12:45 p.m. (first-round)
Boys Game 1- Wibaux (14-4) vs. Rosebud (0-17), 2:30 p.m. (first-round)
Boys Game 2- Jordan (9-9) vs. Melstone (6-12), 4:15 p.m. (first-round)
Girls Game 3- Wibaux (11-7) vs....
Coming down the stretch, the Miles Community College Lady Pioneer basketball team continues to play well, picking up two wins in their last three games.
They lost to Sheridan last week 75-59, but then came back to beat Gillette 57-48 on Saturday and they hammered Little Big Horn 93-37 last night at home.
“We struggled in Sheridan, we...
In their last three games, the Miles Community College basketball team has played well, winning two of the three.
“I think we played better,” Pioneers Head Coach Chase Tait said. “We’re improving and making strides. Hopefull we play our best basketball at the end of February and have a shot at the Region IX...
The Surface Transportation Board’s Office of Environmental Analysis is asking for a comment from the City of Miles City on the environmental impact of the proposed Tongue River Railroad.
At the Feb. 10 Miles City Council meeting, Interim City Planner Dawn Colton zsaid the bottom line is the board is asking the council to agree...
A daughter was born to Shantal Mitchell and Bryan Kyhl of Miles City on Wednesday, February 11, 2015, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City.
A son was born to Brandi Kurtz and Derrell Kauter of Miles City on Thursday, February 12, 2015, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City.
A daughter was born to Amy Bender and Ryan Erhardt of Miles City...
The special Miles Community College Board of Trustees meeting held Monday night was primarily an informational session with President Stacy Klippenstein reporting on several major projects that may affect the college well into the future.
The first issue concerned MCC’s interest in purchasing the old National Guard armory building on...
Marilyn Walton, 87, of Miles City died Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2015, at the Holy Rosary Extended Care in Miles City.
Mrs. Walton was born on Sept. 25, 1927, at Pompey’s Pillar. She was the daughter of Harmon and Lola Howard McKinney. She grew up in Pompey’s Pillar and attended school there, and nearby Worden as well. She...