Monthly archive

March, 2016

  • You may have seen a little white dog walking the halls of Holy Rosary Healthcare recently. Her name is Maggie and she’s U.S. Army veteran Sam Schultz’s service dog. Schultz is originally from Missoula but moved to Miles City from Kentucky with his wife and Maggie last June. “I’ve always been a Montana boy. I love being here...
  • Two former CCDHS basketball players are heading to their college basketball nationals next week. Tess Blaquiere who is currently playing for the Dickinson State Blue Hawks heads to the 2016 NAIA DII Women’s Basketball Championships starting on March 10. Blaguiere is a senior with DSU and is a forward on the Bluehawk team. In the 2016 season...
  • The Miles City Generals hockey team is hosting the 2016 Montana High School State B Hockey Tournament, starting on March 11 and going through March 13. Each team is guaranteed three games with the championship and consolation games being played on Sunday. The Butte Copper Kings are coming in as the #1 seed. The Generals are in the #2 seed, while...
  • The 2016 Miles City Relay for Life participants are ready to paint Miles City, Custer County and eastern Montana purple — the color of hope, the color of all cancers, the color of all cancer patients and the color of Relay for Life. On Saturday, March 12, this year’s Relay For Life Committee members will kick off the “Paint Your...
  • Jonette Mulloy, age 77, of Miles City, MT passed away at her home on February 26, 2016 due to natural causes. Jonette was born on August 7, 1938 in Dixonville, Pennsylvania the daughter of John and Chloella (Chesko) Sivulich. Jonette grew up and attended school in Sharon, PA where she graduated from high school. After she graduated she began...
  • Vicki Rae Wuest, age 66, of Miles City passed away at Advanced Care Hospital in Billings, MT on March 5, 2016 with her family by her side. Vicki Rae Nolan was born on November 6, 1949 in Miles City, MT the only child of Raymond L. and Jean L. (Viall) Nolan. Vicki grew up and attended school in Rosebud. During her younger years Vicki lived with...
  • Milestown Community Improvement Incorporated (MCii), a local group of young professionals that raises money for projects in town, will build an amphitheater in the southern portion of Riverside Park for concerts, plays and other gatherings, at no cost to the city.  The amphitheater is expected to be done by fall, at the latest. Brandon...
  • The MCC Pioneers baseball team has kicked off their season, traveling for their first few games. The Pioneers kicked off their season against Western Nebraska on Feb. 20. They played two games, losing both.  The first was 1-0 Wester Neb. and the second was 20-4.  On the 21st they took on Western Neb. again and came up with a 9-6 win. The...
  • The Lady Pioneers have two athletes who are being awarded honors for the 2015-16 season. Sophomore Theresa Mac-Dangosu earned All Region in the North Region. Mac-Dangosu is averaging 12 points per game. She is shooting 41 percent from the field, 17 percent from the three and 69 percent from the line. She is averaging 6 rebounds per game. Makiya...
  • Less than a week is left for candidates to file for the June Primary Election. Filing closes on Monday, March 14. On the county level, just two positions are open, and both incumbents have filed: Custer County Commissioner Kevin Krausz of District 3 and Clerk of District Court Hazel Parker. So far they are unopposed.  In legislative Senate...