Monthly archive

February, 2016

  • Joyce was born to Rufus and Mabel Ashelford at the Darcy Hospital in Miles City, on September 21, 1920. She passed away in the early morning of February 16, 2016.   Joyce was raised on the old Caprock Ranch north of Miles City. She attended country school, but came into Miles City to attend Custer County High School. After high school, she...
  • Joe Lee died peacefully surrounded by family in his home on Saturday, January 30th in Aurora, Colorado at the age of 80. Joe is survived by his wife, Cloette Amato – Lee; children: Traci Lee (Bo) Bell, Tammy Ewing, Erin Hart Campbell, Brian (Nancy) Lee; step children: Elissa Amato (David) Beck, Rick Amato (Jackie) Smith and Gianna Amato;...
  • Three cases of influenza have been reported to Custer County Public Health. Molecular influenza data indicates that the prominent influenza viruses circulating are Influenza A H1N1 (2009) and Influenza B.   According to Cindia Miller, R. N., who is Public Health emergency preparedness and communicable diseases supervisor and receives...
  • The Pioneers traveled to Dawson Community College in Glendive Monday to take on The Buccaneers and Lady Buccaneers. The men came out on top with a dominating 90-73. The ladies added a solid W to their record with a 73-58 final. The Pioneers played a very well-rounded game, with each of the starters in the double digits. Kameron Rauch led the team...
  • To celebrate Valentine’s Day and American Heart Month and to welcome a new cardiologist to Miles City, Holy Rosary Healthcare held an Upbeat Heart Luncheon Monday at the Town & Country Club. William Knopf, MD, FACC, FSCAI, has begun seeing patients at Holy Rosary Healthcare Clinic. Dr. Knopf is currently part of St. Vincent’s...
  • Six Cowboy grapplers competed at the All-State Wrestling Championships held in Billings at the Metra over the weekend, with two seniors and four underclassmen making up the team coached by Coach Jon Harris and assistant coaches Kyle Pryor and Rodney Parks. Senior 138-pound competitor Torrey Watts led the way, earning All-State honors for the...
  • The Custer County Cowgirls took on Billings Senior for their last home game of the year Saturday. The Cowgirls fought hard but were unable to come up with a final home win, falling 63-56 to the Lady Broncs. The Cowgirls have had a height disadvantage all season, but have done everything they can to get faster and stronger so that the disadvantage...
  • The Pioneers men’s and women’s teams took on the Gillette Pronghorns Saturday at home. Though both teams lost, they had a great showing with strong games. The Lady P’s lost 65-60 while the Pioneers lost 97-73. The Lady Pioneers started off the afternoon against the Lady Pronghorns who are number two in the conference. The Lady...
  • Plans are now under way for the first Hunter Ed class of the year in Miles City. Classes will be held February 26 – 28 at the Region 7 Fish, Wildlife & Parks office.  Online registration is required and open now through February 19th, or until the class is full. The class is limited to the first 50 students.   Students may...
  • Youth soccer sign ups are taking place Feb 16 and 17 at MCC at 6pm both nights. Tuesday night sign ups will be in room 106 and Wednesday they will be in room 315. Soccer starts for ages 6 and up, and starts at $60. Any questions or concerns please contact Maddy Roberts at 234-2652 or Patty Blaquiere at 234-6940.