Monthly archive

October, 2015

  •   Eva Anna Parks, age 98, of Miles City passed away on Monday, October 12, 2015 at her home in Miles City. Eva was born January 23, 1917 on the family farm north of Scranton, ND, to Andrew and Carrie (Starren) Nordby.  On March 14, 1938 she married Raymond Kirchheck in Scranton. In 1944 they moved to Miles City. After the death of her...
  •   Monday evening the Junior Varsity Cowboys took on the Laurel Locomotives JV at Connors Stadium. Laurel came away with the 42-22 win. With starting quarterback Arie Leischner out of the rotation for Miles City, Wyatt Forbes took the reins for Monday night’s game. The game started out pretty evenly. Miles City’s first drive ended...
  •   The Miles City Cross Country Invitational was Saturday afternoon at the Town & Country Club. Runners from all over the state came to compete on an overly warm October day. Paul Yoakam was happy with how his team competed at home.  “Morgan Volser ran the best race of her career, coming in 4th overall,” he said. “...
  •   Russell Kreider, 92, of Jordan died Friday, Oct. 9, 2015, at the Garfield County Nursing Home in Jordan. Family will receive friends on Friday, Oct. 16, 2015, at Stevenson and Sons Funeral Home in Jordan from 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m., followed by a service at 12:30 p.m. Interment will follow at 3 p.m. in the Eastern Montana State Veterans...
  •   Maria M. Cruz-White, age 80 of Miles City, passed away on September 27, 2015 at the Eastern Montana Veterans Hospital in Glendive.  Maria was born on July 11, 1935 in New York City, NY. She was the daughter of Hilario and Luz Maria Gonzales. She grew up in New York City and graduated High School from PS 99. She attended Mount Sinai...
  •   At the September meeting of the Miles City Community College Board, spirits were high with a lot of good news on the agenda. Things are moving forward with the purchase of the armory as the Coal Board approved a grant for $50,000 toward the purchase. The armory would be used for the heavy equipment and CDL programs. Currently MCC is in a...
  •   The CCDHS Cowboys took on the Laurel Locomotives Friday night in Laurel and came away with the 34-14 win. Going into the game the Cowboys were undefeated, and their hopes were high that they would be able to continue their streak. Before the game, Lane Giovanetti said they “aren’t nervous, pretty confident.” “I know...
  •   The Miles City 5th- and 6th-grade girls basketball teams battled each other Monday night at the Washington Middle School gymnasium. The first game was the Jade Dragons and the Cowgirls. The Dragons managed to top the Cowgirls 12-6. The Dragons scored 8 points in the first half, two points each by Erin Doran and Bailey Nowicki, and four by...
  •   The Miles City Froshmore team took on Laurel Friday afternoon in Laurel. The Locomotives came out on top with the 27-12 win. The Cowboy Froshmore team is having a bit of a rough season, and with the shift in quarterbacks for Friday’s game, their traditional leadership was in upheaval. Laurel started off with the opening drive,...
  •   OneHealth is again sponsoring a drive-through flu vaccination clinic, according to Molly Wendland of oneHealth. This year’s clinic will be set up in the Steadman’s Ace Hardware parking area behind City Brew on Saturday, October 17 from 8 a.m. until noon. Both regular vaccines and nasal mist for children will be available....