Monthly archive

February, 2016

  • On February 9 from 7-8 p.m., Custer Network Against Domestic Abuse and Sexual Assault (CNADA) will host a forum focused around stalking through technology in room 110 at Miles Community College. This discussion will be led by community professionals focused on identifying, reporting and stopping stalking. Custer County Attorney Wyatt Glade, a...
  • The Generals high school team took on Great Falls last weekend. The Generals had played hard, but ended up dropping both games 7-2. Saturday night Great Falls took an early lead scoring at 8:22, but the Generals came back at 6:33 with a goal by Seth Hamilton assisted by Jesse James. Great Falls scored once more before the period ended. In the...
  • The CCDHS Cowboys took on the Laurel Locomotives Thursday night and fought for a 57-55 win.  The team was looking for a win against Laurel Thursday night, having lost to them in Laurel earlier in the season. The whole night was filled with great shots that just wouldn’t land Thursday, three-pointers that went in and circled back out...
  • Jeanne Urban, age 97, died peacefully on Saturday, January 30 at Holy Rosary Residential Living in Miles City, Montana, following a brief stay there.  Jeanne was born Dorothy Jeanne White in Minot, North Dakota on September 25, 1918 to parents Helen and L.A. White. She was the middle child of five, growing up in a family which valued family,...
  • Danny Stein, 62, of Miles City died Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2016, at Billings Clinic in Billings. Funeral services will be Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016, at 2 p.m. at Stevenson and Sons Funeral Home in Miles City. Interment will be at a later date.
  • Michelle “Shelly” Ames (Old Bull) Bad Bear, 49, of Rapid City, South Dakota, lost her battle to the effects of substance abuse early Wednesday morning, Feb. 3, 2016. She had been sober for almost a year and was very proud of that accomplishment, but the physical effect of the abuse had taken its toll on her body. Funeral services will...
  • The Historic Miles City Academy, formerly the Ursuline Convent, has a new director. Sharon Moore took over her new duties on Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2015. Since then, she has been spending a lot of time at the academy, cleaning out, moving things around, making the building more efficient and even reorganizing the Country Thrift Store (formerly the...
  • The Cowtown Beef Breeders Show returns to Miles City’s Main Street on Friday for its 24th year.  John Laney, executive director of the Miles City Area Chamber of Commerce, said, “Pen numbers are up” and the weather is predicted to be mild, so he is looking forward to a good show.  “We have a few more pens than...
  • The second MHP (Miles Per Hour) Mini Camp, will be held between 1-5 Sunday at the new indoor facility on Bridge Street, behind the old Armory. At the camp Miles City Youth Baseball Association players, ages 5-19, will spend 1 hour, one on one with a Miles Community College Pioneer baseball player.   Sign ups for this are at the indoor...
  • Little Big Horn College traveled to Miles City Wednesday night and took on both Pioneers basketball teams. The Lady Pioneers had a strong showing Wednesday night as they topped the Lady Rams 91-46. “It was a good win tonight,” said Coach Liz Lewis. The Lady P’s had a solid win, but had some issues at the free throw line, just 57...