Monthly archive

May, 2017

  • The Outlaws Baseball Club spent the weekend on the diamond with a Saturday road game in Glendive and a double-header at home on Sunday, and finished the weekend 2-1, improving their season record to 8-5.   Dawson CC 12 Outlaws 2 The Dawson Community College Buccaneers baseball team avenged their earlier loss against Miles City’s Outlaw...
  • The 5th annual Door 804 Run, Walk or Stumble is in the books. According to competitivetiming.com 99 participants crossed the finish line in the 10K and 5K races, and the 2-mile walk. In the women’s overall 10K Ann Woods beat 11 other competitors to the line in 45:21.57. Angela Harbaugh and Amy Kovacs rounded out the top three. In the age-...
  • The Miles Community College Pioneers baseball team closed out their season splitting a six-game homes series against Trinidad State College this past weekend at Connors Stadium in Miles City. The Pioneers finished the season with a 5-31 mark in NJCAA Region IX.   TSC 2 MCC 0 Sophomore left-hander Cody Eaton had a strong outing for the...
  • A daughter was born to Brittany and Jay Hoversland of Baker on Tuesday, April 4, 2017, at the Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City. A son was born to Lynn and Connor Beach of Baker on Monday, April 17, 2017, at the Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City.  A son was born to Skye and Wacy Arndt of Miles City on Sunday, April 23, 2017, at the Holy...
  • A 62-year-old Miles City man was sentenced to 60 years in prison with 20 years suspended and ordered to pay $1,987,138 in restitution Monday for embezzling and running a Ponzi scheme involving 18 victims. Rick Brandt was sentenced on six felony counts by 16th Judicial District Court Judge Michael Hayworth in the Custer County Courthouse. The...
  • Voters will decide the fate of an operational tax levy for the Custer County Elementary School District tomorrow. The polls will be open in the Custer County District High School gymnasium lobby from noon to 8 p.m. The levy would generate $195,412 for the school district, and would be in effect for one year. It would increase property taxes on a...
  • The new First Interstate Bank branch opened today at 2909 Dickinson St., just off Haynes Avenue in Miles City. The 7,000-square-foot structure replaces the bank’s Main Street branch, which locked the doors on Friday Bank officials said the new, energy-efficient location features improved digital technology, and allows for better traffic-flow...
  • The Custer County District High School boys’ and girls’ track teams showed up to run (and jump and throw) at the 12-team Glendive Elks track and field meet on Saturday. Coach Paul Yoakam’s girls won the meet with 97 points, notching five first-place finishes. The boys placed second overall with a pair of first-place finishes....
  • Junior bat-baffler Alexa Kappel threw a no-hitter Thursday as Custer County District High School beat homestanding Sidney 7-0 Thursday in Eastern A Conference girls softball action. Kappel struck out five and issued no walks, losing a perfect game due to three Cowgirls fielding errors that allowed Sidney runners to reach base. She got plenty of...

April, 2017

  • A recent trip to China by a congressional delegation headed by U.S. Sen. Steve Daines (R-Montana) could pay big dividends for the cattle business in eastern Montana and across the state.  The delegation was attempting to get China to clear away obstacles to importing U.S. beef in the nation of 1.4 billion consumers. A total ban on U.S. beef...