Monthly archive

April, 2014

  •   William Malvin “Bill” Muri, 98, of Miles City, formerly of Rosebud, died Saturday, April 19, 2014, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City. Mr. Muri was born March 24, 1916, to R.P. and Nellie Muri. He was the first of nine children. He married Virginia Reed on Dec. 13, 1941, and they were married for 71 years before she died in...
  •     Suzanne Jane (Irigoin) Stewart of Miles City, age 89, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, April 16, 2014 at the Holy Rosary Extended Care.     Suzanne was born on July 25, 1924, one of four children to Jean and Marianne (Eyherabide) Irigoin. The family farmed in the Elmdale Community northwest of Sidney, Montana.  ...
  • Jacquelyn Beth "Jackie" Fulton Nelson, 83, of Billings, formerly of Miles City, died Monday, April 7, 2014. Born Aug. 12, 1930 in New England, N.D., and raised in Amidon, N.D., she graduated from the nursing program in the early 1950s. While living in Miles City she fell in love with and married her husband of 58 years in a small church...
  •   In an effort to make up for lost time early in the season, the Custer County District High School track and field teams hosted Sidney, Hardin, Glendive and Broadus in a small meet last Thursday at the Miles City Community Track. The Cowboys finished fifth out of five teams with 102.5 points. Sidney won with 140, followed by Hardin with 125....
  •   The Miles Community College baseball team welcomed Lake Region State College into the MonDak Conference with a four-game dismantling over the weekend in Devils Lake, N.D. The Pioneers won 7-5, 10-0, 18-0 and 22-0. They outscored Lake Region 57-5 on the weekend. They hit .387 as a team and had a .639 slugging percentage on the weekend. The...
  • Marilyn and Chai Chapmon of Miles City have announced the engagement of their daughter, Holly Chapmon of Miles City, to Kelly Parsons, also of Miles City.  He is the son of Vicki and Gary Chamberlin of Miles City.  A private family ceremony will be Saturday June 7.
  •   Saturday   Community Easter Egg Hunt in Wibaux Park — Beginning at 9 a.m. Sponsored by Kids R Us and Miles City Federal Credit Union. For kids ages 0-10, with staggered times for different age groups. Look for gold coins hidden inside eggs. Each gold coin is worth $1 when brought to the credit union and deposited into a Youth...
  •   When voters visit the polls May 6 or before to vote for the two available seats on the Miles Community College Board of Trustees, they’ll find a familiar face vying for re-election, one candidate throwing his hat in the ring for the first time and a candidate who was part of a tight race during last year’s election. There will...
  •   The Custer County District High School softball team is entering new territory. With an impressive 10-0 win over Sidney last night, the Cowgirls moved over .500 for the first time this season. This is also the latest the Cowgirls have been over .500 in any season. "It was a great win for us," Cowgirls Head Coach Murrey Selk said...
  •   The young men who came west in the 1870s and 1880s were, by the late 1930s, elderly and passing away at an alarming rate. This is why the survivors of the “free range” era got together in Miles City in 1939 to hold a “Range Riders Reunion” that evolved into the Range Riders Museum, now celebrating its 75th year....