Monthly archive

September, 2015

  •   From Kiwanis Young pro football fans will have the opportunity to exhibit their football skills when the Miles City Kiwanis Club will host the local NFL Punt, Pass & Kick competition on September 20. The competition is free and open to boys and girls ages 6-15. Sign-up begins at noon at Connors Stadium, here in Miles City. Kickoff is...
  •   With the Sacred Heart School gym filled with mourners Wednesday morning, the current Cowboy football players form a line of honor as coach and teacher Dan Stanton’s casket is brought in so his funeral can begin. With many past team members wearing their old uniform tops and cheerleaders wearing Stanton Strong shirts, the feeling of...
  • Bradley and Tabatha Hallman of Rosebud have announced the engagement of their daughter, Mary Jeannette Hallman of Rosebud, to Thorn Lawrence Morrison, also of Rosebud.  Morrison is the son of Larry and Emma Morrison of Miles City.  The couple will exchange vows on Jan. 17, 2016, in the First Baptist Church in Miles City.
  •   Terry Annalora, the former beloved Custer County District High School Chorale director and now college instructor, is forming a community choir with the help of Miles Community College. “There is so much talent in Miles City. So many good voices,” said Annalora. “We’re going to give it a shot, see if there is an...
  •   Kent Black Henderson Jr., 93, of Miles City died on Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2015, at the Holy Rosary Extended Care Facility in Miles City. Mr. Henderson was born on Sept. 9, 1922, in Montgomery County, Virginia, the son of Kent B. and Lala Dickerson Henderson. He grew up and attended schools in Virginia, graduating from Blacksburg High School in...
  •   Suicide is the eighth leading cause of death in Montana, with 243 deaths reported in the 2015 statistics. Seven times as many people in Montana die of suicide as die of homicide, ranking Montana as first in the nation for risk. Yet suicide is preventable. The annual “Out of the Darkness” community fundraising walk supports the...
  •   Youth Dynamics is a Montana-based, non-profit children’s mental health services provider with 21 locations throughout the state. While they provide a wide range of services, right now Nicole Bergman, who is a family development community outreach coordinator and youth case manager in Colstrip, and Katie Gerten, who is area manager in...
  •   Friggle, fraggle. That’s the rated-G version of what I said when I came out of the hills and saw what was waiting for me on my cell phone. It was a text I had been expecting for some time but was not even close to being prepared to receive. It said, in essence, that Dan (Stanton) wasn’t doing very well. Not very well at all....
  •   The seventh-grade Grade Gold Broncettes volleyball team went to Baker Monday. The Gold team played a tough Baker team, and with some great serves and passes the Broncettes were able to win all three games, 25-14, 25-14, 15-8. The girls on the Gold team are Ashton Anderson, Alexis Naylor, Jenna Howey, Raegan Lange, Carmella Prete, Alexis...
  •   The Cowgirls opened Saturday’s match at Billings Central with a win, 25-23, but the Lady Rams came back to steal the next three games, 25-23, 25-14 and 25-11. Jenna Swope led the team in kills, contributing 10 of 29 total. Halie Warren and Savanna Walker each had 5.  Tori Ogolin tallied 21 of the team’s 25 assists. The...