Monthly archive

July, 2016

  • The Mavericks had their final home games Wednesday night against Laurel. Laurel came to Miles City undefeated, and the Mavs had hopes of ending their streak, unfortunately they lost both games. The Mavs fell behind quickly in game one, as Laurel scored four runs in the first inning. The Mavericks scored just one run, during the fourth inning....
  • Pool play didn’t go quite as the Miles City Mud Cats had hoped. They ended up dropping their first game to Hi-Line even after a strong start. Hi-Line came back in the sixth scoring seven runs, then added six in the seventh inning.  The Mud Cats tried for a comeback in the seventh, but they just didn’t have enough left to overcome...
  • The Outlaws took the field at Tedesco Wednesday to take on the Lovell Mustangs in a double header. The first game was a pitchers dual, the Outlaws started with Dustin Benson on the hill. He pitched for 5 inning a recorded 3 strikeouts, a walk and one run. Wyatt Weiss took over and he had one strikeout and three walks. The Outlaws took the lead in...
  • Relay For Life will be celebrating its 21st anniversary in Miles City this year, starting with the annual Survivor Dinner on Friday, the Sister Ruth Luminaria Day Saturday and  the “Paint The Town Purple” event. The main event is a campout in August where walkers (and a few runners) raise money to fight cancer through research and...
  • While adopting the last of the policy changes for the upcoming school year, the Miles City Unified Board of Trustees decided not to adopt the section on the School Resource Officer (SRO). The previous SRO Sgt. Barney Murnin has stepped down from the position and the department.  According to Superintendent Keith Campbell, Miles City Police...
  • Cade Warren who recently signed on to play D1 baseball with the OSU Beavers just received another recognition in baseball. He was chosen as the Montana Perfect Game/Rawlings High School Player of the year. Perfect Game is a showcase organization that runs multiple show cases across the country. But Perfect Game has access to all of Montana’s...
  • Ruby Bernita Ullrich, 93, died Friday, July 8, 2016, at the Powder River Manor in Broadus. She was born Sept. 7, 1922, in Scranton, North Dakota, to Paul and Mary Griff. She married Karl Ullrich on Dec. 5, 1948, and moved to The Watters ranch in Powder River County where he was employed. They raised two sons, Victor Karl and Vernon Paul. Later...
  • Jean Leidholt, age 88, of Miles City passed away on Sunday July 10 at 2:30 A.M.  at the Holy Rosary Extended Care with her daughter by her side. Jean will be remembered for her smile which could light up a room, her determination, her take charge attitude and her generosity. Jean was born on August 2, 1927 in the Darcy Hospital in Miles City...
  • Many students don’t realized that Miles Community College has a successful Automotive Technology Program. While the college’s nursing and agriculture programs are widely popular the automotive program remains relatively unknown.   Recently the Montana Auto Dealers Association (MTADA) presented MCC with a $1,500 check to be used...
  • Todd Anthony Beeler passed away peacefully at home, with his family by his side, on Friday, July 8, 2016 in Miles City, MT. Todd was the third of eight children born to Gwen Elaine Cheadle and Rodney Leonard Beeler on October 30, 1963 in Beach, ND. When Todd was five the family moved to Miles City where he attended school and graduated in 1982....