Monthly archive

May, 2014

  • A son was born to Roxanne and Brian Morris of Glendive on Monday, May 5, 2014 at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City.   A daughter was born to Rachel and Donnie Torres of Glendive on Wednesday, May 7, 2014 at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City.    A son was born to Rebecca and Eric Wiersma of Ekalaka on Friday, May 9. 2014 at...
  • When word came out last weekend that the Miles Community College baseball program was basically being booted out of the MonDak Conference, there was a lot of questions as to why and what’s next for the MCC program. The one thing that’s obvious is that this is the best thing that could possibly happen for the Pioneers. But we’ll...
  • For the first time since 2005, the Miles Community College baseball team will not be playing in the North Plains District Series. The Pioneers had won the last eight regional titles, including the last seven Region IX championships. And after Saturday, the Pioneers looked to be in prime position to add another banner. But a pair of losses on...
  •   The 74th Annual Commencement at Miles Community College will be Saturday morning, May 10. Commencement begins at 10 a.m. in the Kailey Gymnasium of the Centra on MCC campus. Lena Sleight, MCC Phi Theta Kappa president, will give the invocation following the processional. The welcome and introductions will be by Stacy Klippenstein, Doctor of...
  •   In a special Miles City Zoning Commission meeting Wednesday to make a recommendation on John Peila’s request for a zoning change, the commission discussed the pros and cons but found, in the end, that a Montana Supreme Court ruling on spot zoning made the decision for them. Peila has requested a zone change from Agricultural to...
  • Just as the Miles Community College baseball team has dominated the MonDak Conference, it has also dominated Region IX. Going into their eighth season playing in the Region IX, the Pioneers have won the previous seven D-II tournaments and are the favorites to do so again this year. MCC will be hosting the Region IX D-II Tournament this weekend....
  • After dropping two straight losses, the Custer County District High School Cowgirl softball team got back to their winning ways last night, beating Hardin 9-3. “It’s very nice to get the win,” Cowgirls head coach Murrey Selk said. “Last week, we didn’t perform at the plate and then last night we had solid contact with...
  •   The Pinning Ceremony for the 2014 Miles Community College Nursing Class will be Friday evening, May 9. This ceremony begins at 6:30 p.m. in the Kailey Gymnasium in the Centra on the MCC campus. A reception will follow the ceremony in the Centra’s lobby. The class flower is the yellow Gerber Daisy and the class quote is by Maya Angelou...
  •   In his nearly two decades at Custer County District High School, Principal Jamie Ogolin has had to make some difficult decisions. Perhaps none as difficult, however, as the one to call it a career. After 19 years at CCDHS, nine as a science teacher and 10 as principal, Ogolin submitted his letter of resignation to Superintendent Keith...
  •   Kent Montgomery, 83, Rosebud County rancher, died Wednesday, May 7, 2014.   Mr. Montgomery was born Sept. 4, 1930, in Pine Ridge, S.D., the middle son of Monty and Aileen Montgomery. He attended grade school in Pine Ridge, junior high in Lame Deer and graduated from Colstrip High School in 1948. He played quarterback on the State...