Monthly archive

June, 2016

  • There are three sections to the camp depending on their age bracket. 4th-6th graders are Monday-Wednesday from 8am-10am. This section is run by the CCDHS coaches. The cost is $70 for 4th-6th graders. The 7th-8th graders will be Monday-Wednesday from 2pm-4:30pm and the instructors will be the CCDHS coaches and All American Volleyball. The cost is $...
  • Anglers, river recreationalists and landowners along the Missouri River downstream from Fort Peck Dam to the headwaters of Lake Sakakawea will see a significant increase in boating activity, due to an interagency study designed to learn more about the drifting behavior of larval pallid sturgeon.   The study will take place from late June to...
  • The Outlaws baseball club team headed to Idaho this weekend to take part in the Post Falls tournament. 16 teams showed up for the tournament, which made four pools for competition.  The Outlaws went 2-1 in the initial set of pools, but they had enough overall runs to make it to the wildcard spot in the tournament. They went on to the...
  • The Posse came to compete in their first matchup against Big Timber at the State Cup in Great Falls.  Parker Barnosky took the ball in and was taken down in the box and received the first penalty kick of the tournament. He made an excellent shot off the ground and secured the Posse the lead.  Big Timber came back with a vengeance and...
  • Whether you’re tying on a salmonfly or threading a night crawler onto a hook, on Saturday and Sunday, everyone in Montana can fish for free. “It’s a celebration of fishing and of taking advantage of Montana’s great outdoors, so grab a pole and get outside,” said Jeff Hagener, director of Montana Fish, Wildlife &...
  • The Miles City Mavericks waited out the storm Monday so they could take on the Billings Cardinals at home. The decision was a wise one as they won both conference games Monday. Jake Stevens and Jarrett Gunther are senior players on the Mavs team and they are very happy to be a part of the organization this season. The Mavs conference record is 8-6...
  • Jerrold James Jackson, 81, of Laurel, formerly of Jordan, died with his wife, Margaret Coddington, and her family by his side on Saturday, June 11, 2016. Mr. Jackson was born in Missoula on Feb. 9, 1935, the son of Wilbert “Bert” and Goldie Hellyer Jackson. He is survived by his wife, Margaret and her children along with numerous...
  • A ceremonial Viking voyage at sea, followed by a Celebration of Life gathering was held for Jacob Binford Hardy, 36, of Coos Bay, formerly of Miles City. Jacob was our rebellious child, always testing his limits but he could make you laugh so hard trying to explain his logic for what he had done. He grew into a wonderful young man whose most...
  • Norma Nelson, 84, of Rosebud died June 4, 2016 in the St. Vincent Hospital. She was born Aug. 27, 1933 in Newell, SD, a daughter of Bert and Reta McRoberts Hansen. She married Charles E. Nelson and the couple resided in Rosebud. She enjoyed gardening, refinishing furniture, her animals and going to the “Buttes.” Her parents, husband,...
  • Lauren Scofiled, 22, a biochemistry major at Carroll College who plans to become a doctor, got a boost in her goals with a $5,000 scholarship by winning the Miss Montana 2016 Scholarship Pageant in Glendive on Saturday.  Scofield, who was representing her home town of Havre, is the daughter of Vince and Kim Schofield, who now live in Helena....