Monthly archive

October, 2015

  •   Malachi Taylor, a senior at Custer County District High School, just completed his official Eagle Scout rank application, and not a moment to soon. On Monday he delivered his service project, a mounting platform, to Cathy Stewart, owner of Pivotal Movements Equine Program located on Highway 59N. Candidates for Eagle Scout must complete...
  •   Seventy-four  youth took part in the NFL Punt, Pass & Kick Sectional competition hosted by the Miles City Kiwanis on October 5 at Connors Stadium.   The competition was for winners of the local competitions throughout Southern & Eastern Montana and Northern Wyoming that were held throughout the month of September.  ...
  •   On September 29th two 7th-grade volleyball teams played Forsyth at home.  The Yellow team played well but lost a tough match after winning the first game 25-20. The next two sets they fell 15-25 and 10-15. The girls on the Yellow team are Sally Michaelson, Kaylee Merical, Athena Gramm, Avery Hanson, Natalie Haycock, Kelsey Draper,...
  •   The Miles City Cross Country team took a road trip to Sturgis, N.D., last Wednesday for their Cross Country Invite. Only the high school runners competed. Coach Paul Yoakam was pleased with how the Cowgirls performed. “The girls’ team is really coming together,” he said. “Annie Woerner ran a great race, and I am...
  •   Alvin Lee Young, age 88, of Miles City died Thursday October 1, 2015 at the Holy Rosary Healthcare Facility.  Family will receive friends on Friday, October 9, 2015 from 4-6 p.m. at Stevenson & Sons Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held Saturday, October 10, 2015 at 1 p.m. at Stevenson & Sons Funeral Home in Miles City....
  •   Anne Elisabeth Shearer died September 24, 2015 in Wheeling, Illinois. She was the second child of Kenneth and Joan Wilson of Miles City, born on April 26, 1964. She was called Lisette as a child, and that name was shortened to Liz as she grew up.  Lisette was a headstrong, lively spirit who lived life on her own terms. As a child she...
  •   BN’s increased train speeds to 60 mph continue to concern people, and the City of Miles City is trying to find ways to address it. At the last Miles City Council meeting (Sept. 22), Sharon Kearnes gave the council an informal petition asking for the city and the Custer County Commissioners to hold a public meeting for input. The 74...
  •   What constitutes a “night out on the town” has changed over the years, and the Park Place building on North Eighth Street is a perfect example of this. In 1915, the building was constructed and called “The Auditorium.” It was designed primarily for dancing. There was a mezzanine for people to watch the dancers, and...
  • The CCDHS Froshmore team traveled to Hardin Friday afternoon before the varsity game, and was unable to come up with the win. The final was 26-6. Miles City started off strong, stopping the Hardin defense in 3 downs. The Cowboys offense came on strong and worked their way down the field to the Hardin 35-yard line. Hardin’s defense managed to...
  •   All three 8th Grade girls volleyball teams traveled to Sidney on Saturday.   The White team played first and came out to win.  They hustled and hit the floor for every ball, which gave them the win.  White Team beat Sidney 15-6, 15-9 and 15-10.   The Gold Team played next and weren’t going to let the...