Monthly archive

October, 2015

  •   On the evening of October 6, 2015, after being brought into the world at 3:51 a.m. that morning Annaleigh passed away in the comfort of her mother and father’s arms at the Children’s Hospital in Aurora, Colorado. While her time on earth may have been only 16 hours her grace and love will be felt for eternity. Annaleigh was the...
  •   Miles Community College is hosting its 1st Casino Night at the Centra on Saturday, October 24. The doors will open at 5:30 p.m., and a buffet style dinner will begin at 6:30 p.m. This is going to be a fun-filled evening with several different games that you can play including Live Poker and Bingo. Individual tickets are available or you can...
  •   On Friday the Miles Community College Pioneer basketball team will see its first action of the season, hosting a scrimmage against the University of Regina at 7 p.m. at the MCC Centra. On Saturday the Lady Pioneers will travel to Glendive to scrimmage the Dawson Community College Lady Buccaneers at 11 a.m. Next Saturday the Pioneers travel...
  •   The Custer County Water and Sewer District will have two items on the November ballot this year. Don Bundy, chairman of the seven-member district board wants eligible voters to understand clearly what they are voting on. The district members will be voting on consolidating the recently completed Rural Improvement District No. 1 sewer line...
  •    Edna C. Irion, age 83, of Terry, MT passed away in Billings, MT on October 7, 2015 with her husband by her side. Edna C. Stickel was born on March 10, 1932 at home near Fallon MT, the daughter of John and Louise (Sackman) Stickel. Edna was raised on the Fallon Flat east of Fallon. She attended school at the Fallon School until she...
  •   Leonard Joseph Rolf, age 90, passed away October 7, 2015 at the V.A. Community Living Center in Miles City. Leonard was born March 10, 1925 in Cedar Rapids, NE to George and Helena (Hughes) Rolf. He was the 4th oldest of 7 children. He graduated from Cedar Rapids High School in 1944. He was drafted into the Navy before graduation but he had...
  •   The Miles City Froshmore and Varsity football teams are to take on the Laurel Locomotives Friday in Laurel. Coming off the varsity victory in Hardin last Friday, Assistant Coach Kevin McAuliffe was very happy with the way his team played.  The Cowboys defense “stepped it up and made some big plays,” he said. “We were...
  •   The Washington Middle School 7th and 8th grade Broncos teams took on Sidney, in Sidney on Tuesday evening. The 7th graders came away with a 16-6 win and the 8th graders came out with a 24-0 shutout. The 7th-graders started out well with an interception by Jayden Venable on the first play of the game. WMS was able to move down the field...
  •   When Lynn Miller lifted the lid on her version of Chicken Cacciatore Wednesday evening, all the noses in the Range Riders’ newly remodeled kitchen kicked into high gear, taking in the delightful smell. All the students for the evening’s cooking class were grateful they had come hungry and were instantly ready for the sampling to...
  •   Malachi Taylor, a senior at Custer County District High School, just completed his official Eagle Scout rank application, and not a moment to soon. On Monday he delivered his service project, a mounting platform, to Cathy Stewart, owner of Pivotal Movements Equine Program located on Highway 59N. Candidates for Eagle Scout must complete...