The regular season came to an end last weekend for the Miles Community College basketball teams and the Pioneers and Lady Pioneers are now off to their respective Region IX Tournaments which begin this weekend.
The Pioneers will be at Sterling, Colo., the home of Northeastern Junior College for the men’s tournament. They will begin...
Eastern A at Billings (Metra)
Sidney 57, Hardin 56 (first-round)
Miles City 63, Billings Central 56 (first-round)
Game 3- Laurel vs. Sidney, 4 p.m. (semifinal)
Game 4- Glendive vs. Miles City, 8 p.m. (semifinal)
Game 5- Hardin vs. Game 4 Loser, 10:45 a.m. (loser-out, at Central)
The District 4C boys teams had a good first round at the Southern C Divisional Tournament in Laurel yesterday.
Wibaux, Broadus and Terry all picked up first-round wins last night, advancing into the semifinals tonight. Melstone, the fourth-seed from the 4C, gave the top-seed from the 6C, Broadview-Lavina, a run but lost 42-29.
It’s almost getting to be a cliché for the Custer County District High School boys basketball team. They have a rough regular season, earning one of the lower seeds into the Eastern A Divisional Tournament and then throw all that out the window in the tournament.
For the third straight season, the Cowboys pulled off a first-...
The Custer County District High School Cowgirl basketball team is one of the most storied programs in the state. Their five state champions are the most in Class A, but it’s been awhile since the Cowgirls have enjoyed postseason success.
The Cowgirls are on their way to rectifying that this year, starting with a 53-36 win over...
Daniel W. “Animal” Sampson, 29, of Miles City, died Thursday, Feb. 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 Feb. 26, 1985, in Riverside, Calif., to Daniel and Leverna Wheaton Sampson. At the age of five, he received his...
Loren “Bill” Kransky, 66, of Miles City died Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014, at his home in Miles City.
Mr. Kransky was born in Miles City on Oct. 20, 1947, the son of Donald and Bonnie Hill Kransky. He grew up and attended schools in Miles City, graduating from Custer County High School in 1965.
He then attended Billings Business...
Mayor Butch Grenz appointed Shawn Quinlan Tuesday night at the Miles City Council meeting as the new assistant prosecutor. Deputy City Attorney/Prosecutor Jeff Noble has chosen to leave his position.
Also that night, the council approved Resolution No. 3669, the agreement with Lucas and Tonn, where Quinlan works, for the service.