Monthly archive

October, 2014

  •   It’s the end of October and the holiday season is quickly approaching. This also is the time year when families and individuals in need are seeking a little extra assistance. To provide some help for these people and make the coming Thanksgiving holiday a little happier, the Custer County Food Bank will have its second annual Turkey...
  •   Margarete Rice, 94, of Jordan died Saturday, Oct. 25, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City. She was born in Amburg, Germany, on Feb. 20, 1920, to Karl Perras and Rosenna Joust. After her father's death, she was later joined by step-father Johan Graml, sister Centa and brother Walter. She grew up in Amburg and later moved to Weiden...
  • A son was born to Kristin and Brandon Willett of Miles City on Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City. A son was born to Shari and Clayton Heitz of Brockway on Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2014, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City. A son was born to Natasha Bratlie and Devon Azures of Miles City on Saturday, Sept. 27,...
  •   The Custer County District High School Cowboys had already secured a spot in the Class A playoffs when they traveled to Sidney on Friday night, but a win would give them the second-seed from the Eastern A and a home playoff game that goes with it. With a dominant defense, the Cowboys held the Eagles at bay throughout the game, on their way...
  •   The Custer County District High School cross country teams competed at the State Meet in Helena on Saturday, coming home with a pair of repeat All-State performers. Senior Cowboy Austin Stradley placed 10th and junior Cowgirl Emily Regan was 12th, each earning All-State honors for the second straight year. “Both of them were very...
  •   Monday, October 20  through Thursday, October 30 Decorate a pink pumpkin and take it to oneHealth on the third floor of the Veterans Affairs Building, 210 S. Winchester Ave. The public will vote on their favorite Pink Pumpkin. Prizes will be given for first, second and third places. WInners will be announced at the oneHealth Halloween...
  •   With the need for quality health care consistently on the rise, Miles Community College has always taken pride in programs it offers. Now, thanks to a $637,940 grant from the U.S. Department of Labor, MCC can continue to entice possible students searching for a foot in the door in the health care field.  The grant will be administered...
  •   Working in a family business for many years is not always easy, says Steve Muggli, Democratic candidate for House District 38, but “you learn to listen to people and work together.” Muggli feels that qualifies him for working in the Legislature. A Miles City native, married with two grown children and one grandchild, Muggli...
  •   Kenneth Holmlund figured he had the skill set to be in the state Legislature because, as he says, “I like to speak in front of people and think on my feet.” The idea of running for office remained in the back of his mind, until Jim Lucas asked him to two years ago. He discussed it with his family and friends and decided to make...
  •   Mary Radman McCurdy, 97, of Broadus died on Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014, at Friendship Villa in Miles City with her daughters by her side. Mrs. McCurdy was born March 18, 1917, to Michael and Rose Radman in Brooklyn, New York. She attended school in Brooklyn through the eighth grade and went to a two-year trade school where she learned to sew...