Monthly archive

April, 2016

  • The Custer County Cowgirls and Laurel Lady Locomotives lit up the scoreboard at home on Thursday as they combined for 27 runs. In the end, the Cowgirls won the offensive battle 14-13 in seven innings. According to results from Game Changer, there were 20 hits, including nine extra base hits in the game. The game was back and forth heading into the...
  • The Miles City Outlaws managed to best Cheyenne, Wyo., in all three games they hosted Saturday and Sunday.   Miles City 9, Cheyenne 3 In the final game of the weekend series, the Outlaws beat the Mustangs 9-3 in seven innings. Miles City scored four runs in the third on a solo home run by Rylee Peterson, a two-run single by Jace Notbohm and a...
  • The State Farm/Ingraham Environmental 5th-grade girls basketball team got second place in the Baker Jam Basketball Tournament on April 2.  They are coached by Sterling Swigart.   Members of the team in order of the picture are: Back row - Lainey Smith, Natalie Notbohm, Brynn Coffin, Briar Jerrel, Demi Williams. Front row: Karsyn...
  • Over the weekend of April 1-3, 20 wrestlers from the Miles City Wrestling Club competed in the Montana Open at the Metra in Billings.  There were over 1,500 wrestlers in attendance and 139 teams represented. Out of the 20 wresters who went from Miles City, 11 of them placed individually.   “This was a tremendous accomplishment,...
  • If you have a love of treasure hunting for the perfect vintage antique piece, then this Saturday’s local market is for you. The local group, Salvage Sisters, is hosting their first reimagined and repurposed vintage antique market on Saturday, April 9 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m at the Sept Indoor Arena located at 128 Bitterroot Road outside of...
  • Billings – Coal, hydroelectric, natural gas, wind, oil, biomass and solar opportunities are right here in our own back yard, said U.S. Sen. Steve Daines at “Montana Energy 2016” last week at the Radisson Hotel Conference Center in Billings. “This is a chance to bring together key elders from across our state and our nation...
  • Dennis H. Johnsgard, 71, passed away after a long battle and complications of hydrocephalus on February 22, 2016 at Holy Rosary Extended Care in Miles City under the care of hospice.  Dennis was born on May 17, 1944 to Eleanore (Farsdale) and Harland Johnsgard in Fargo, ND. Dennis graduated from Custer County District High School in Miles...
  • The CCDHS Tennis teams headed to Billings over the weekend to compete against Billings Skyview and Pioneer. The ladies had a strong outing against Skyview winning 4-3 overall. Mariah Beeler won four singles; 7-6, 6-7, 10-5. Sidney Anderson and Hallie Banta were number one in doubles with scores of 6-2 and 6-1. Cyra Smith and Alyssa Lohrke did well...
  • The Miles City office of Sanjel is closing, effective May 1, and Liberty Oilfield Services is purchasing the Sanjel assets in the U.S. and Step Energy Services is buying Sanjel assets in Canada as Sanjel undergoes a bankruptcy proceeding. Liberty announced the purchase Monday. The terms of the deal are not being disclosed.  Liberty currently...