Monthly archive

March, 2017

  • While the March 2 meeting at City Hall in Miles City was to be a formality asking the Flood Control Committee of the Miles City Council to recommend passing the Feasibility Cost Share Agreement (FCSA) and the Project Management Plan (PMP) on to the full council for consideration, other topics of concern were raised. The meeting was extended to...
  • Raymond Nels Frette, 93, died Friday, Feb. 24, 2017. He was born on Aug. 30, 1923, to Nels and Christina Freiboth Frette of Terry.   Funeral Services will be Friday, March 10, 2017, at 2 p.m. in the Stevenson and Sons Funeral Home, followed by internment at the Eastern Montana State Veterans Cemetery with full military honors. A...
  • Doris “Jean” Lloyd, also known as Lucky Lloyd, 78, of Broadus, died Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City. She was born in Broadus on Feb. 24, 1939, to Walter and Angie Mitchell. A visitation will be Thursday, March 9, 2017, from 2 to 6 p.m. at Stevenson and Sons Funeral Home in Broadus. A funeral service will...
  • Lorn Davis, 76, of Miles City, passed away surrounded by his family, Thursday March 2, 2017 after complications from a stroke at St.  Vincent Hospital in Billings, MT. Lorn was born on August 8, 1940, in Jordan MT, the son of Wilbur Morris “Heavy” and Mary Lou (Curtis) Davis. He was the eldest son of six boys. Lorn was raised on...
  • A bill is pending in the Montana House to eliminate state funding for Dawson Community College (DCC) in Glendive. The move could force the college to close, but in the end could benefit Miles Community College in Miles City. The issue was discussed at Thursday’s meeting of Miles City Area Economic Development Council (MCAEDC), and on Monday...
  • The puck nearly stopped before it was dropped in Miles City last weekend for the Montana Amateur Hockey Association State Squirts B/C Tournament. Squirts are age 10 and under, so each of the 11 teams present also had parents, grandparents, siblings, and coaches filling Miles City’s hotel rooms. Restaurants were full, cars and SUVs and...
  • Southern C boys’ basketball has descended on Miles City, and Thursday’s games at Custer County District High School moved three 6C teams — including one offensive powerhouse — and one 4C team into semi-final play.     Game 1 Terry 56 Reed Point/Rapelje 47 Justin Kinn was lights out for the Terry High School...
  • Two spots at next weekend’s Class C Boys Basketball State Tournament are up for grabs when Custer County District High School plays host to the Southern C Divisional Tournament this weekend. Games kick off on Thursday afternoon and will culminate with the championship game on Saturday evening. Melstone and Reed Point-Rapelje enter the...
  • A nearly 400-mile road trip is nothing when you’ve got an axe to grind. The Miles Community College basketball Pioneers are headed to Riverton, Wyoming, to try to avenge their two regular-season losses against Central Wyoming College. The teams square off in the first round of the Region IX North sub-region playoffs on Saturday. Tipoff is at...
  • For the first time in Liz Lewis’ four-year tenure as head coach of the Miles Community College women’s basketball team, a playoff game is coming to town. “This is very exciting for us,” Lewis said. “We talked at the beginning of the year that we have a chance at hosting [the playoff game] as long we finish in the top...