Monthly archive

June, 2015

  •   Following a very successful ’80s-themed Treasures event Saturday at the Town & Country Club, the Holy Rosary Healthcare Foundation received about $115,000 in funds and gifts. That netted about $70,000 for the foundation, much of which will be used to support community projects. “We enjoyed celebrating the 70 donor-funded...
  •   Mayor Butch Grenz commented that he thought the residents of the district would be accepting of the fund issue. He said, “If my children were living there, I would feel it was money well spent.” Resolution 3804 also drew monetary discussion. The resolution creates a capital improvement fund for the ambulance service. The...
  •   A week ago, the Miles City Mavericks opened the Eastern A schedule with two blowout losses against Glasgow. Those losses were part of a nine-game losing streak that saw the Mavs lose eight conference games. But at Connors Stadium last night, the Mavs pulled off a 11-9 win over Glasgow in the first game and then lost a heartbreaker, 9-7, in...
  •   The Miles City Outlaws began a nine-day, 15-game series this week.  They went 2-2 on the weekend against Billings teams, swept the series with Colstrip Monday   and now are 21-15 overall. They played Colstrip and Spearfish at home Tuesday, then were headed to the Williston tournament Thursday through Sunday.   Game 1...
  •   DURHAM, N.C. – Arizona sophomore Bobby Dalbec has accepted an invitation to join the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team and will be a part of a 24-player squad that will embark on a two-month tour comprised of at least 17 games in June and July. Dalbec is the grandson of Miles Citians Joe and Jeri Dalbec.  Dalbec, a standout...
  •   Former Custer County District High School Cowgirl softball player Lauren Wolfe (2011-14) has been named to the NJCAA Region XI Academic All-Region First Team at Marshalltown Community College (Iowa).   Wolfe was the only player in the Tigers program to receive such an honor for the spring semester.  
  •   The opening of the Eastern A conference season has not been kind to the Miles City Mavericks.  After getting in just three non-conference games before the Eastern A schedule started, the Mavs have lost their first six Eastern A games. Over the weekend, at home, the Mavs were swept by Laurel on Saturday night and then swept by the...
  •   Dear editor, The terrible story about two adult brothers who repeatedly abused young girls over a period of years (as reported on June 8, 2015 KULR 8 News; http://www.kulr8.com/story/29269625/two-brothers-plead-not-guilty-to-seven-total-counts-of-sexual-intercourse-without-consent ) should make all of us stop and think, “What could I...
  •   Dear editor, Let’s talk Montana’s 2015 legislative session! Among the “also rans” was SB 416, the infrastructure bill. It had broad bi-partisan support and missed receiving a necessary two-thirds House majority by one vote. That is, it received 66 votes and needed 67 to pass. SB 416 allocated $300 million for...