Monthly archive

February, 2017

  • It was Pink it Out night — an event designed to increase awareness about breast cancer — at the Centra on Wednesday as the Miles Community College women’s basketball team took on Northwest College. Considering the way the game played out — Miles prevailed in a double-overtime thriller — heart attack prevention may...
  • George F. Larson, age 80 of Miles City, passed away at his home on February 12, 2017 in Miles City. George was born on February 8, 1937 in Madison, WI. He was the son of George B. and Mary E. (Klaveter) Larson. He graduated high school in 1955. As a child, he moved around a lot, eventually moving out to his Aunt’s in Miles City and making...
  • Susan E. Brown passed peacefully with her family surrounding her in the Cancer Unit of St. Peter’s Hospital in Helena, MT on February 13, 2017. Born to Joe B. and Mary Louise (Rose) Olguin on July 16, 1953 in La Veta, Colorado. She spent her younger childhood growing up between La Veta & Walsenburg, CO. Susan moved to Miles City, Montana...
  • While no team from the District 4C find themselves ranked in the Montana Girls  Basketball Class C Top 10, the 4C may be the most balanced conference in the state. Melstone owns the top record in the 4C at 14-4, while Custer-Hysham and Terry own the worst records in the conference at 6-12 each. “Ekalaka and Terry are just as competitive...
  • Throughout the 2016-17 season, the Wibaux Longhorns and the Melstone Broncs have set themselves apart from the District 4C crowd. This weekend at the Custer County District High School gym, they will look to continue their seasons, advancing with a berth in the Southern C Divisional Tournament. Wibaux comes in as the top seed in the conference...
  • For six Custer County District High School senior Cowboys on Tuesday night, Valentine’s Day wasn’t about roses and chocolate, but instead a 59-53 win over Eastern A rival Hardin in their last home game for the blue and gold. “Nothing’s better than getting a win on your senior night,” said senior starter Tyler Burk....
  • Bird enthusiasts are flocking to a new birding/outdoors group that is forming in the Miles City region. An exploratory meeting was attended by about 20 persons last month, and a follow-up meeting for planning purposes will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 16 in Room 106 of Miles Community College. According to a news release, birding group...
  • In this week’s meeting of the Miles City Unified Board of Trustees, district enrollment was discussed. Enrollment is down from this time last year said Superintendent Keith Campbell. The decreases could affect the future budget.  According to Campbell, the decrease is possibly due to the economic downturn in the area referring to the...
  • Alfretta Kountz Mack Ofstedal passed away peacefully the night of February 8th at the age of 99 years old, at the McCone County Health Center in Circle. Alfretta was born January 14th, 1918 to Joe and Maude (Clariage) Kountz in the Watkins Community near Brockway, MT. She was the fifth child in a family of six. She attended school in Brockway....
  • Jewelry, flowers and candy, as always, are in high demand this Valentine’s Day, according to Miles City businesses.  Sandy Anderson from Creative Corner by Sandy said candy and flowers are always popular, but at her store she notices one year flowers are more of the focus, then the next year its candy, then it’s a stuffed animal...