Monthly archive

October, 2016

  • All candidates for state auditor, state superintendent of public instruction and Montana House District 38 will be attending tonight’s Candidates Forum in Miles City. A few other races will be represented with one candidate. Hosted by the Custer Fallon Farm Bureau, the Meet and Greet the Candidates portion of the event will be at 6:30 p.m....
  • John Norman Nelson, a longtime resident of Miles City, passed away on October 22, 2016. John was born April 20, 1930 in Churchs Ferry, North Dakota to Theodore and Lauraine (Wiemer) Nelson. He was always proud he was born on Easter Sunday. John graduated from high school in Leeds, North Dakota and spent several years farming in the Leeds area....
  • The Custer County High School varsity girls volleyball team suffered a 3-1 loss at Hardin on Saturday. Coach Marci Mollman’s Cowgirls won the second set to tie the match at 1-1, but lost the momentum and fell 21-25 and 13-25 in the final sets. Custer County slipped to 4-5 in the Eastern A Conference and 14-11 overall with the loss. Senior...
  • Custer County District High School harrier Morgan Vosler finally beat Hardin’s Madisan Chavez. Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough to win the Montana Class A Cross-Country championship, as the Custer County standout posted a fifth-place finish in Kalispell on Saturday. For Vosler, fifth place was two steps down from last year, when she...
  • Custer County District High School officials are warning local businesses about a Nebraska company fraudulently soliciting advertising. According to the warning issued by the school district, a company calling itself Total Sports Media from Omaha, Nebraska, has been soliciting advertising for a “Custer County District High School 2016-2017...
  • Anthony Ramirez of Miles City shot the buck of a lifetime last week. And he’s only 13. Hunting on his grandfather’s ranch in the Miles City area, Ramirez downed a massive 5x6 mule deer buck on the first day of the state’s youth deer hunt on Thursday. It was one of many success stories in a state renowned for big game hunting....
  • The Washington Middle School girls volleyball program wrapped up its season with the Broncettes Blue and Gold teams playing in their annual Jamboree at home on Oct. 8. The Gold team showed great team work in their first match of the day against Colstrip before falling 25-16, 25-10.  The Blue team played a different Colstrip team in their...
  • The ABC Glass & Signs 49ers scored two early touchdowns and shut out the Red Rock Sporting Goods Raiders to take the Little Guy Football Super Bowl 21-0 on Saturday at Bender Park.  “I’m really proud of our kids for coming out and playing hard,” said 49er first-year head coach Brennan Haughian, still wet from the...
  • The Custer County District High School football team scored early and often on Friday, cruising to a 42-6 win over Dawson County and a berth in the Class A state football playoffs. The CCDHS student body and a large Senior Night crowd rushed the field after the final gun sounded, and celebrated with the team on the turf. “They should (be...
  • Allegations of bullying, harassment and intimidation against Rosebud School District No. 12 Superintendent  Michael Silverman are contained in formal complaints filed with the school district’s Board of Trustees.  Following an incident that occurred at the Aug. 15 Trustees meeting, three grievances have been filed against Silverman...