The boys’ fifth- and sixth-grade basketball teams met for league games last Monday night, with the Bobcats and Gray Boom squaring off first.
Gray Boom 30, Bobcats 21
The Gray Boom got the best of the Bobcats, winning 30-21.
Logan Muri was a big reason for that, putting up 22 points. The Boom also was helped out by Ryder Lee with 4...
The selections have been announced for the 2015-2016 Eastern “A” Boy’s All-Conference basketball teams, and there are three Miles City players who earned honors: Gavin Gundlach.
1. Gavin Gundlach (12) – Custer County (All-State)
2. Jarod Asche (12) – Dawson County (All-State)
3. Jacob Hadley (12)...
The girls’ Southern C Divisional tournament continued Friday and Saturday at the Custer County District High School gym.
Broadview/Lavina and Absarokee ended up in the championship game Saturday night. After a hard-fought battle, Broadview/Lavina heads to the State C tournament undefeated, beating Absarokee 50-39.
It was looking a...
As the Miles City Study Commission goes into its last several months, the members have decided the charter form of government would be best for the City of Miles City, and the voters will get to decide whether they agree in the November election.
The city would still be a council-mayor form - as it is now - with a charter.
Every 10 years Montana...
Girls Southern C Divisional action kicked off Thursday afternoon with Broadview/Lavina and Northern Cheyenne. Broadview/Lavina came out on top, winning 59-53 and continuing their undefeated season.
The game started out fairly lopsided in favor of Broadview/Lavina, who was raining threes down on Northern Cheyenne. At the end of the first quarter,...
The MCC Pioneers traveled to La Junta, Colo., to compete in the next round of the Region IX playoffs. Thursday afternoon they took on their next opponent, the 19-13 North Platte Knights. The Pioneers were victorious in their efforts, overcoming the Knights 88-80. The win knocked North Platte out of the tournament and moved MCC up to the semi-final...
Pine Hills Youth Correctional Facility has been part of Miles City, in one form or another, since 1893. For more than 120 years, the buildings at the end of Main Street have reflected the trends and changes in youth correction.
Judge Jason Strevell, one of the founders of Miles City, was actually involved in the first changes in youth correction...
The Southern C Divisional Tournament is taking place in Miles City this weekend, with games starting at 1 p.m. Thursday afternoon. The top four teams from the 4C and the 6C will be meeting head to head, and the top four teams head off to compete in the State C tournament in Great Falls.
Jordan, Broadview-Lavina, Northern Cheyenne, Harlowton,...
In the Thursday meeting of the Miles City Area Economic Development Council, progress and future ideas were discussed among the board.
The Finance Committee hasn’t had a formal meeting yet, as board chair Kathy McLane is gathering material to present to the committee. Currently she is working on several grants but has run into a small...
John Gerald Masa, age 75, of Miles City passed away on Monday, February 29, 2016 in Miles City.
John was born June 22, 1940 in Marmarth, ND, the son of Frank and Elizabeth Masa. He grew up and attended schools in Marmarth where he graduated from high school. He moved to Miles City in 1960. He served in the Army National Guard in Miles City. John...