Monthly archive

November, 2013

  •   At the monthly Miles City Youth Baseball Association meeting last night, Mavericks Head Coach Kyle Pryor and President Shawn Niedge each turned in their resignations. A name very familiar to the MCYBA and baseball fans in the area will take over both positions, starting immediately. Former Maverick player and assistant coach Jeff Brabant...
  •   Thanks to a strong showing during the regular season, the Custer County District High School Cowgirl volleyball team will have the night off when the Eastern A Divisional Tournament starts tonight in Glendive. The Cowgirls finished the Eastern A season 7-3 and are the second seed in the tournament. They open their tournament tomorrow at 1 p...
  •   David William Lancaster, 55, died in the early morning hours on Sunday, Nov. 3, 2013. on route to Holy Rosary Healthcare. Mr. Lancaster was born on Jan. 4, 1958, in Hollywood, Calif., to Ethel and Gene Lancaster. He was supposed to be a Christmas baby, but he was just a little late his mother always said. He lived in California until 1968...
  •   The 20th Annual Madrigal Dinner will be Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 11-12, in the Park Place. Doors will open at 6 p.m. and the show begins at 7 p.m. Performers in the Madrigal Dinner are members of the Custer County District High School Chorale and the event is directed by Joyce Vera and Lindsey Wilkerson. The show includes dinner, a play and...
  •   The 20th Annual Madrigal Dinner will be Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 11-12, in the Park Place. Doors will open at 6 p.m. and the show begins at 7 p.m. Performers in the Madrigal Dinner are members of the Custer County District High School Chorale and the event is directed by Joyce Vera and Lindsey Wilkerson. The show includes dinner, a play and...
  •   Two political newcomers will be joining the Miles City Council in January, as Kenneth Gardner won in Ward 1 and Sheena Martin won in Ward 2 in Tuesday’s city election. They will replace incumbents Bill Melnik in Ward 1 and John Uden in Ward 2, both longtime councilmen. City Judge Al Homme, Ward 3 Councilman John Hollowell and Ward 4...
  •   The Miles City girls fifth- and sixth-grade basketball league concluded their regular season with four games last week and two on Monday night. The tournament got underway last night and will continue on Monday. The championship night is set for next Thursday. Smurfs 18,                  Golden...
  •   The Miles City girls fifth- and sixth-grade basketball league concluded their regular season with four games last week and two on Monday night. The tournament got underway last night and will continue on Monday. The championship night is set for next Thursday. Smurfs 18,                  Golden...
  •   For decades it was known as Dr. Arlo Nansel’s dentist office but after retiring last year the office is empty, and the process to renovate 12 N. Seventh St. has begun, with the help of Brownfields federal funding. Building owners Mike Etchemendy and John Filler were awarded a Brownfields Assessment Grant for an assessment study to...
  •   The Miles Community College Student Nurses Association will be hosting a dodgeball tournament on November 9th starting at 9 a.m.  The cost will be $100 per team. Teams need a minimum of six players and a maximum of 10. There must be at least three women per team. To enter a team or for more information contact Ryan at 406-214-6258,...