Monthly archive

April, 2014

  •   Miles Community College sophomore Myles Wesener was named the MonDak Conference Player of the Week for his efforts in the Pioneers six games last week. In the six games, Wesener was 11-14 with nine runs scored, eight RBIs, two doubles, two triples, a home run and seven stolen bases. Last week, the Pioneers swept Dakota College at Bottineau...
  •   While it was a chilly afternoon at Connors Stadium, the Miles Community College offense continued to stay hot in a 7-2 non-conference win over Williston State College yesterday. The Pioneers hammered out 13 hits in the win that pushed their season record to 21-8-1. They remained on top of the MonDak Conference with a 6-2 record. Miles and...
  •      With positive changes continuing to happen at Miles Community College, the public will be able to see for themselves how the school is making impressive strides in the right direction. MCC is hosting an Open House at 5-8 p.m. Tuesday, April 22. The festivities will open with a barbeque outside of the Café near the...
  •   The Custer County District High School Cowgirl softball team picked up a big Eastern A win last night, beating Laurel 3-1, one of the biggest wins in the program's short history. "It is a huge win for us," Cowgirls Head Coach Murrey Selk said. "Program-wise, confidence-wise, everything. It's a great win for us."...
  •   The Miles City Council voted 6-2 to increase ambulance rates last week. Ordinance No. 1265 will now go to the Finance Committee before it comes before the council a second time. Council members Jerry Partridge and Roxanna Brush voted against the ordinance when it came up on April 8. The ordinance would raise the rates by basically 10...
  •   Gladys Stanton, 78, of Jordan died Saturday, April 12, 2014, at the Billings Clinic. She battled cancer for many years, but was taken by chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Gladys Mae Hogue was born to Bill and Gladys Hogue on Nov. 16, 1935, in Nebraska. Her family moved to Montana and she attended high school in Terry. ...
  •   By JOSH SAMUELSON Star Sports Editor There won't be much change in the alignment of schools in Eastern Montana, while western Montana will see some changes in the next couple years. Class A Glendive, along with Class B Forsyth, Lame Deer and Lodge Grass successfully petitioned the Montana High School Association to remain in their...
  •   There was plenty of high school tennis action yesterday at the Miles City Community Tennis Courts. Custer County District High School hosted Gillette, with the teams playing a combined 59 matches. Every member of the Cowboys and Cowgirls teams played two singles matches and a doubles match, gaining valuable experience in the young season....
  •   Dear editor, This is just a reminder that when choosing child safety seats, we need to have a few guidelines. I have noticed lately that there are several safety seats for sale on Miles City Virtual Marketplace. Please be aware that not all used safety seats are safe. Anything that is six years old should not be used. Check the date on the...
  •   Dear editor, The recent standoff in Nevada between the BLM and rancher Clive Bundy proves one thing: the West is a political tinderbox that the slightest spark could ignite into bloodshed. Concerning Bundy, he may or may not be the hero some make him out to be, but the BLM’s use of hilltop snipers and attack dogs is indefensible....