Monthly archive

May, 2015

  •    Norma L. Youngquist, 76, of Circle and recently of Bozeman, died Wednesday, May 6, 2015, due to health problems related to dementia. Mrs. Youngquist was born May 30, 1938, to Norman and Lucille Olson of Garfield County. She grew up on the family ranch north of Jordan. After graduating from Garfield High School as valedictorian, she...
  • Julia "Jules" Kirsten Austill and Oliver "OC" Calvin Bucklin were united in marriage on Saturday, April 11, during a ceremony at the Chapel Theatre in the Columbus Center, Great Falls.  The bride is the daughter of Jerry and Diona Austill of Miles City.  Calvin and Jacqueline Bucklin of Great Falls are the parents of...
  •   The Washington Middle School seventh- and eighth-grade track teams traveled to Glendive Saturday for their last season meet, which was held in 80-plus-degree weather. The Washington Middle School eighth-grade boys ran away with the team title with 78 points, followed by Colstrip with 39 points, and Glasgow and Sidney, each of whom had 36...
  •   On an afternoon where the CCDHS Cowgirls softball team honored its four seniors, it was only fitting one of those seniors would provide the late-inning heroics. Hosting Eastern A rival Laurel (7-3) on Tuesday, the Cowgirls (5-5-1) found themselves down 15-12 heading into the bottom of the 7th inning. Both teams had their bats working, and...
  •   On Saturday, May 9, the 75th Annual Commencement will take place at Miles Community College in Miles City. The commencement will begin at 10 a.m. in the Kailey Gymnasium of the Centra on the MCC campus. Chuck Sawyer will present the processional at the beginning of commencement and the recessional at the end. Members of the Veterans of...
  •   The Pinning Ceremony for the Miles Community College Nursing Class of 2015 is Friday evening, May 8. The ceremony will begin at 5:30 p.m. in the Kailey Gymnasium in the Centra on the MCC campus. A reception will follow the cermeony in the gymnasium. The class motto is “They are strong, yet compassionate. They often walk with...
  •   The top vote-getter in Tuesday’s school election for the Unified School Board School District No. 1 was Jack Raymond with 447 votes.  Also elected were Ted Herzog with 367 votes and Ronda Petroff with 327.  Herzog is an incumbent. The other four candidates and their votes received were Nancy Larsen, 325; Garve E. Geirke, 323...
  •   Sixteenth Judicial District Court Judge Jerry Huss, who also served as city attorney for Miles City for many years, has been accused of sexual harassment by a former court employee.  Huss has submitted a letter of resignation, effective Jan. 1. There is a settlement of $744,000 being discussed. The employee worked for the 16th Judicial...
  •   The 2015 Great American Cleanup of Miles City is planned for Friday and Saturday. Organized by Keep Miles City Beautiful and the Miles City Area Chamber of Commerce, this event is part of the nation’s largest cleanup and beautification program through Keep American Beautiful.  Local partners for this year’s cleanup in Miles...
  •   As many as 29 participants competed in the PITCH, HIT & RUN™ Competition hosted by the Miles City Jaycees on April 26, 2015, at Jaycee Fields.    These participants won in their respective age groups. They are:   BASEBALL AGE 7/8 ALL-AROUND Rylin Gentry (452 points) Miles City PITCH CHAMPION Rylin Gentry &...