Monthly archive

February, 2016

  • The annual Custer County Educational Foundation’s Dollars for Scholarships phone-a-thon will be Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 29 and March 1, in Miles City. This is the 25th anniversary for the event. Between 7 and 8:30 each evening, juniors and seniors at Custer  County District High School will call on Miles City residents for their...
  • This month Miles Community College is recognizing Domestic Violence Awareness Month through the presentation of the Silent Witness Display. The Silent Witness Display has more than 100 life-sized plywood cutouts of women, each painted bright red with a gold shield on the chest, with some also having a gold circle. The gold shield provides the...
  • The Trails Inn Bar and Mama Stella’s Pizza has new owners, a new look, new features, an expanding menu and more to come. Ilyana and Dan Rice bought the Trails Inn, the former Comedy Club, the adjoining Range Riders Bar, and Badlands Taxi on Jan. 11. The Trails Inn and the dining room (former Comedy Club) have undergone a lot of renovations,...
  • The Cowgirls took the floor at the Metra Wednesday night for the first round of playoff action against the Browning Lady Indians. Unfortunately, the Cowgirls were unable to come up with a win, losing 68-55. The Cowgirls hit the floor with a lot of energy, happy and excited to be in the Metra. They started off playing well, grabbing the tip-off and...
  • Miles City’s Team Delta Force youth wrestling team took fourth place out of 16 teams at the Choteau Duals. The team’s record was 4 and 2 on the weekend. They defeated Great Falls, Havre, Choteau/Chinook and Valier. Pictured are (3rd row) coach Ty Taylor, coach Mike Etchemendy, Easton Hopes, Trey Pribbernow, Tyler Harms, Riley Forcella...
  • The Cowboys tipped off with Browning at 1:30 p.m. in their first-round game at divisionals in Billings.  The game was still under way at presstime, but at the end of the first quarter, the Cowboys were up 14-6 over Browning.
  • The Squirts finished up their 2015-2016 Montana Youth Hockey season over the weekend in Helena. The Squirts were moved up to level  “A”  for state.   They played 4 games over the weekend and lost all four games.  This is the first time all year that they faced any of these teams.  The level of play was faster...
  • The Custer County Cowgirls head to Billings Wednesday to take part in the Eastern/Central Class A SuperDivisional 2016 Tournament. The Cowgirls have had an even 2016 season with a 9-9 overall record and a 5-5 conference record. The Cowgirls have a fairly experienced roster this year with six seniors and many returning varsity players. Coach Aaron...
  • Cowboys athletics have had a strong 2015-16 year. First, the Cowboy football team won the Eastern A Conference title, and now the Cowboy basketball team has done the same. The Cowboys have had a great basketball season, with a 15-3 overall record and a 9-1 conference record. The Cowboys travel to Billings Wednesday to prep for their upcoming game...
  • Valley County Attorney Nikolas “Nick” Murnion, known for coming up against the anti-government Freemen group when he was the Garfield County Attorney and earning the Profile of Courage Award, has been appointed as the next 16th Judicial District Court judge.  Gov. Steve Bullock made the announcement Wednesday morning. The governor...