Monthly archive

February, 2016

  • Wayne Lee Hill, 62, of Miles City, MT, passed away surrounded by family January 29, 2016.  Above all, Wayne was a father, grandfather and husband. Family was his biggest joy in life, especially his four grandchildren — Payton, Sasha, Trenton and Maycee. Wayne was born November 28, 1953 in Miles City, MT, the son of Vern and Louise Hill...
  • Local author John L. Moore recently received the silver medallion for the Will Rogers Medallion Award for his novel, “Looking for Lynne,” an Ezra Riley novel.  In another project, Moore consulted for an upcoming horse documentary, which is due for release soon. The medallion book award winners were announced Oct. 24 at an awards...
  • Mary Jeannette Hallman, daughter of Tabatha and Bradley Hallman of Rosebud, exchanged vows of marriage during an afternoon ceremony Sunday, Jan. 17, in the First Baptist Church of Miles City with Thorn Lawrence Morrison, son of Emma and Larry Morrison of Miles City.  The couple is living in Rosebud.

January, 2016

  • The idea of a “polar plunge,” where someone jumps into near-freezing water for one reason or another, has been around for a long time. The Polar Plunge to support Montana Special Olympics, however, is a relatively recent event. At last year’s inaugural Miles City Plunge, those willing to brave the cold collected over $10,000....
  • Cade Warren, a senior at CCDHS, has signed a letter of intent to play baseball with Salt Lake Community College in the fall of 2016. Warren is the son of Wendy and Lafe Warren. He has a brother, Brac, who goes to the University of Oregon and plays on the Ducks baseball team. Warren is excited for the opportunity to play at the collegiate level....
  • The Cowgirls took on the Lady Red Devils Thursday night and powered out a 73-49 win. The Cowgirls came out struggling against Glendive Thursday night. They were up in the first quarter but had a hard time landing their shots. Luckily, so did Glendive. At the end of the first quarter the Cowgirls were up 15-6 over the Lady Red Devils. Glendive came...
  • The MCC Pioneer teams traveled to Rock Springs, Wyo., to take on Western Wyoming College Thursday. The men’s team had a struggle, losing 90-61. The Lady P’s put up a hard fight but dropped the game 65-62. The Pioneers shot 36 percent from the field, 15 percent from the three, and were 72 percent from the free throw line. They had 35...
  • Charges have been filed and a warrant issued against Scott Austin Price, 37, in Miles City’s 16th Judicial District Court in the Dec. 14 death of Ed Martin and assault of his wife Helen. According to court documents Price is being charged with aggravated assault, aggravated kidnapping, intimidation, theft and deliberate homicide. All the...
  • The Custer County District High School has chosen a new head football coach for the Cowboys, Jeff Regan. Regan is the Program Director for children’s mental health and works with the schools on a daily basis.  After a long process of interviews the decision was made to select Regan as the head coach. Regan has been coaching with the...
  • The Miles City Council passed an ordinance that requires the mayor to give notice if he is going to make a veto. The first reading of Ordinance No. 1302 was passed unanimously, with the support of Mayor John Hollowell, at Tuesday’s meeting in City Hall. It will now be a requirement that any veto made by the mayor must be submitted to the...