Monthly archive

October, 2015

  •   In October’s meeting of the Miles City Unified Board of Trustees, the looming possibility of the 21 percent Montana-Dakota Utilities rate increase was discussed. The increase doesn’t just worry the average household, but also the school district.  On Friday, September 25, MDU held a public comment meeting at Miles Community...
  •   Friday, Oct. 16 3:30 p.m. Frosh football game vs. Billings Central, Connors Stadium 5 p.m. Tailgating BBQ Celebration after frosh football game, before varsity football game vs. Central at 7 p.m.; hamburgers, desserts, salads for free-will donation; public welcome; theme is Light ’Em Up with lots of glow items   Saturday, Oct. 17...
  •   Ken Griffin, 77, formerly of Miles City, died on Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015, in Santa Paula, California. He joined the military at 17 and served in various branches of the armed services, most notably as an officer’s chef. He was a member of the American Legion Post 741 until his stroke in 1996. Mr. Griffin was a wonderful father who...
  •   Thursday night the Cowgirls took on the Laurel Locomotives in Pack the Place in Pink volleyball action, and the Cowgirls came away with the win in four. Spirits were high, the energy was positive and the CCDHS gymnasium was packed and pink. Doing their best to support the defeat of breast cancer, the Cowgirls paired up with Billings Clinic...
  •   By Star Staff Writer Six Black Hills State University alums and three sports teams were inducted into the Yellow Jacket Hall of Fame during the annual Swarm Week celebration Oct. 5-10.   The 2015 Yellow Jacket Hall of Fame banquet was Friday, Oct. 9 in the Jacket Legacy Room in the David B. Miller Yellow Jacket Student Union on the...
  •   Fifth- and sixth-grade girls basketball competed this Monday at Washington Middle School. The first game was The Blaze and the Blue Boltz. The Boltz came out on top with the 20-13 final. In the first half the Blaze’s Kaily Perkins, Kimber Kuchynka and Demi Williams all scored two points. The Boltz’ Kaylee Hirsch and Natalie...
  •   Riley is the daughter of Bruce and Jan Shipp.  She has been a member of the Cowgirl Golf team for two years. Her other activities at CCDHS include Chorale and peer-mentoring. Her other interests include reading and hanging out with family and friends, and going to movies. Upon graduation Riley plans to attend college to pursue a degree...
  •   Grant is the son of Scott and Heather Nelson. He has been a member of the Cowboy Golf team for four years. His other activities at CCDHS include Tennis, Key Club and BPA (Business Professionals of America). His other interests include listening to music, drawing and watching the Minnesota Vikings. Upon graduation Grant plans to attend...
  •   Gavin is the son of Mitch and Rachel Gundlach. He has been a member of the Cowboy Golf team for a year. His other activities at CCDHS include Basketball. His other interests include hiking, hunting and fishing. Gavin is undecided on his future plans.  
  •   Brenna is the daughter of Ray and Jeena Christopherson. She has been a member of the Cowgirl Golf team for three years. Her other activities at CCDHS include Chorale, National Honor Society, Speech and Drama, Tennis and SADD. Brenna’s other interests include watching Netflix, playing violin, reading and being a fan girl. Upon...