Monthly archive

April, 2016

  • The Miles City Outlaws hit the road again this weekend, traveling to Missoula. They took on Deer Lodge, Missoula and Bitterroot over the course of the weekend, but only came up with one win. Saturday started out strong for the Outlaws, as they crushed the Deer Lodge Wranglers 14-0. A pair of two-run singles by Rylee Peterson and Makenzie Gross and...
  • Zoning is a sometimes contentious and always complicated process, as the Custer County Commissioners know. After a year and a half of effort, the state-mandated zoning regulations for the extraterritorial zone just outside of Miles City are final. The state required the county to take over the extraterritorial zoning around Miles City after a...
  • The Cowboy and Cowgirl track team headed to Baker over the weekend to compete in the chilly weather. The Cowboys ended up in first in the men’s division with 133 points, while the girls were first in their division with 147. Both teams competed well during the small meet.   Boys’ Results 100m Cordell Ellis    6th 200m...
  • A daughter was born to Cassidy Schneider of Glendive on Tuesday, March 22, 2015, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City.
  • Due to the weather, the Babe Ruth assessments have been rescheduled to 7 p.m. Thursday.
  • The Posse’s first opponent for the day Saturday was the Sidney U19. They got a great start by making the first goal of the day with Carson Fiechtner sending one in low and right under their goalie. Sidney would retaliate about a minute later to tie the game.  The Posse then went on the offense and attempted multiple shots by Parker...
  • Washington Middle School is trying to get its kids more active. Physical Education teacher Kyle Pryor is running a before-school program on Tuesdays and Thursdays, called Big Sky Fit Kids Club.  “It’s the kids version of Shape Up Montana,” said Pryor. They meet from 7-7:45 and play various games to help lead healthier lives...
  • Residents, Miles City Council members, Mayor John Hollowell and a city official reviewed many problems facing Miles City in its appearance, safety and health, during their meeting Tuesday night. Councilman Ken Gardner said he lives on the north side, and in the last two months, “I’ve seen a lot of stuff going on that makes it tough to...
  • Susan Marie Buckingham, 67, passed away April 13, 2016 at RiverStone Hospice in Billings after suffering a stroke days earlier.  Susan, the daughter of Harold and Gladys Smith, was born August 8, 1948 in Cheyenne Wells, Colorado. She was the second of seven children. Susan attended school in Cheyenne Wells, up until the fourth grade, when the...