Monthly archive

March, 2014

  •   The District 6C showed their strength yesterday in the first-round of the Southern C Divisional Tournament at the Custer County District High School gym. Three teams from the District 6C advanced to the semifinals with wins yesterday, while the District 4C will only have Jordan playing in the semifinals. Harlowton-Ryegate beat Terry 59-36...
  •   A program offered by the Montana Department of Labor and Industry that offers free safety training to all Montana workers is coming to Miles City. SafetyFest MT, a program started in Helena in 2010, will be offering a three-day seminar May 20-22, hosted by Miles Community College. SafetyFest MT Coordinator Casey Kyler-West spoke at Thursday...
  •   1997. That was the last time the Custer County District High School Cowboy basketball team reached the Eastern A Divisional Championship game. But with a magical ride that saw the sixth-seeded Cowboys beat the #3 and #2 teams, the Cowboys did just that this weekend in Billings. And the Cowboys nearly beat the top-seed in the championship...
  •   In February of 2004, the Custer County District High School Cowboy basketball team entered the Eastern A Divisional Tournament (held in Miles City that year) as the second seed. They were a senior-laden team that had high hopes of advancing to the state tournament. They were beat by a young Glendive team in the semifinals on a buzzer-...
  •   Daniel W. Sampson “Animal”, age 29, of Miles City, MT passed away on Thursday, February 27, 2014 after courageous battle with a heart condition at his home in Miles City with his family by his side. Daniel William Sampson was born on February 26, 1985 in Riverside, CA to Daniel and Leverna (Wheaton) Sampson. At the age of five...
  •   Charles H. Kimball, 60, former Mizpah area and Miles City resident, died of respiratory illness Monday, March 3, 2014, at his home in Lewistown. He died peacefully and had his family with him as well as all the caring staff and other residents of his home.  Mr. Kimball was born May 2, 1953, on the former Kimball family ranch near...
  •   For the last few years, the Custer County District High School Cowboy basketball team has been getting closer and closer to cracking through the Eastern A and advancing to the State A tournament. Thanks to a remarkable run at the Eastern A Tournament last weekend, the Cowboys will finally break an 11-year drought at the State A Tournament...
  •   In what could be the best game of the opening round of the Southern C Divisional Tournament, at least on paper, the Broadview-Lavina Lady Pirates will play the Broadus Lady Hawks at 8 p.m., on Thursday night at the Custer County District High School gym. Both teams finished the regular season in second place in their respective conferences...
  •   The Jordan Lady Mustangs had a good regular season. They were 15-3, featured the District 4C’s top-rated offense and top-rated defense. But their three losses came against the top-two teams in the conference, giving them the third seed in the District 4C Tournament. Those seedings didn’t matter much to the Lady Mustangs, who...
  •   The Northern Cheyenne Lady Eagles put together a good District 4C Tournament, reaching the conference championship game and advancing to this weekends Southern C Divisional tournament at the Custer County District High School gym. The Lady Eagles will open the tournament on Thursday against Park City, the third-seed from the District 6C....