Monthly archive

January, 2016

  • Mike Ryan has been the activities director for Custer County District High School as well as Washington Middle School for just over three years. He was a Social Studies teacher with the high school before he took the position. Ryan has been named the Class A AD of the Year from the Montana Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (MIAAA...
  • Vinson Gundlach of Miles City has been a sports official for 25 years. He officiates boys’ and girls’ basketball as well as football in the fall.  Gundlach has been selected as the National Federation of State High School Association Official of the Year for boys’ basketball in the state of Montana. This is an award given...
  • There will be a meeting at 6:15 pm on Monday, January 25, 2016, in Room 402 of CCDHS for anyone interested in Coaching in the Miles City School District 5th and 6th grade boys’ basketball program. The school requests all interested enter through the gym lobby. All volunteer coaches must submit to a background check that must be completed...
  • Dorothy Ruth Schott, dedicated wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother, passed away peacefully at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City, Montana at age 84 on January 19, 2016. Ruth was born February 18, 1931 to Blanche and Ed Trzcinski in Miles City, Montana.  Ruth, affectionately called “Ruthie”, attended 12 years of...
  • William James Brooks died on Sunday, Jan. 17, 2016, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City.  A Memorial Service will be Thursday, Jan. 21, 2016, at 10 a.m. at the VA Chapel in Miles City. Interment with full military honors will follow at Eastern Montana State Veterans Cemetery in Miles City. Condolences to the family may be sent by visiting...
  • Suzanne Kransky, 61, of Longmont, Colorado, former Miles City resident, died in her home in Longmont last week. Survivors include two sons, Jesse Kransky and October Snow Kransky of Boulder; and three brothers, Steve Kransky of Miles City, Michael Kransky of Billings and Jeffery Kransky. She was preceded in death by her parents, Harold Kransky and...
  • The CCDHS Cowgirls traveled to Billings Senior Saturday. The girls had a hard fight on their hands and couldn’t come out with the win, falling 63-49. The girls were outmatched. They shot 36 percent from the field, 10 percent from the three and were 41 percent on their free throws. They came back hard in the second half, but it wasn’t...
  • The CCDHS Cowboys basketball teams headed to St. Labre on Saturday to take on the Braves.  The Cowboys lost at the last second when a Braves player hit a deep three at the buzzer, 67-65.  It was a tough game for the Cowboys, taking on a very talented St. Labre team.  According to Coach Houston Finn, “It’s always a tough...
  • Over the weekend the Generals did some traveling and took on both Bozeman and Butte away. On the 15th they took on Bozeman, who won 8-0. This game was aggressive and both teams suffered two 10-minute misconduct penalties. On the morning of the 16th they battled Bozeman again, but ended up with an 8-3 loss. Generals goals were scored by Quayde...
  • Kenneth Ray Cool II was born Sunday, Dec. 11, 2015, at 1:06 p.m. to Heather Gackle and Kenny Cool II, both of Miles City, in the new Billings Clinic Family Birth Center in Billings. He was born at 27 weeks gestation and is one of the smallest babies to be born and survive in the center. At birth, baby Kenneth was 12-3/4 inches long, and the...