Monthly archive

March, 2015

  • A son was born to Tiffany and Travis Tombre of Savage on Tuesday, March 10, 2015, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City.
  • As fundraising for Miles Community College’s proposed Ag Advancement Center enters another phase, the college is also eyeing another project that would benefit the CDL/Heavy Equipment programs. “We’re at the tail-end of Phase 1 fundraising for the Ag Advancement Center,” said MCC President Stacy Klippenstein. “Phase 2...
  •   Garfield Elementary School students won the statewide Recycle Bowl, collecting 3.29 pounds of recyclables per person. Bonnie Boggs, fifth-grade teacher at Garfield, was in charge of the project.   Her students collected recyclables from each classroom each week. Those materials were then weighed to determine the total poundage. This...
  •   Forest David “Dave” Worman, 86, of Biddle died Tursday, March 12, 2015, at the Powder River Manor in Broadus surrounded by family. Mr. Worman was born Oct. 9, 1928, in Gillette, Wyoming. He was the oldest of six children of Noel and Wilda Study Worman. His brothers were Ned, Lee, Truman, Brooks, and his sister was Dorothy Mae....
  •   On the morning of Thursday, March 12, so full of promise, God fulfilled His promise to Mary Youngbauer Wagner and brought her home to Him. She was 64 years old. Born on Oct. 12, 1950, she was the oldest daughter and second child of Rose and Gale Youngbauer. She grew up in the community of Forsyth. She grew up exploring Forsyth and its...
  •   On the afternoon of Tuesday, March 10, 2015, Margaret Sherman, 89, died at the Rosebud HealthCare Center in Forsyth. She had resided at the Rosebud HealthCare Nursing Home in Forsyth for 9-1/2 months. Mrs. Sherman was born July 1, 1925, in Miles City, the second of nine children born to George and Gladys Pestka Kreitel. She started her life...
  • A daughter was born to Sarah and Tyler Tennant of Glendive on Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City.
  •   Miles Community College hosted the Miles City Academic Olympics on Wednesday, featuring several schools from around the area. At the end of a grueling day of questions in a broad range of subjects, a Miles City team from Custer County District High School came away with the trophy. In the competition, a toss-up question leaves each team...
  • The Miles City Police Department is making a lot of drug arrests, and Police Chief Doug Colombik doesn’t see it getting any better, he told the Miles City Council Tuesday. “It’s not going away. It’s definitely here to stay. It’s not going to get any better. It’s at least going to stay this way or get worse,...