Monthly archive

March, 2017

  • Resident and nonresident license and permit applications to hunt deer and elk in Montana are due Wednesday.  According to a Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) news release, hunters must possess or apply for a General Deer license in order to apply for a deer permit. To apply for an archery-only permit hunters must  first purchase an...
  • A daughter was born to Kassy Tharp and Kacey Dean of Miles City on Monday, Feb. 20, 2017, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City. A daughter was born to Nichole and Lee Jevne of Miles City on Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City. A son was born to Josette Neibauer and Shawn Robert Hartgrave of Miles City on Wednesday...
  • At tomorrow’s meeting of the Miles City Unified Board of Trustees, the school board is expected to vote on placing a pair of tax levies on the ballot in the spring election. District Superintendent Keith Campbell said the operational levy being considered would be for increasing or maintaining the school budgets at the elementary or high...
  • Tuesday night the Miles City Council will consider an extension to the city’s agreement with the Custer County Water and Sewer District No. 2. If approved, the agreement will be extended through June 30, 2018.  Mayor John Hollowell said Monday morning that the extension would bring no changes to the agreement.  The current...
  • Although Hell Creek State Park is not in Ken Holmlund’s Montana house district, the Republican representative from Miles City has led the effort in the legislature to fix some of the issues with the park. He has done so because many of his constituents use the recreation area and the topic is frequently bought up to him. Although many issues...
  • The Miles City Wrestling Club finished 20th overall, and fifth in the small team category, at the Butte Cyclops wrestling tournament on Feb. 19. Danny Anderson was the top finisher for the Miles City at the tournament, which attracted about 800 wrestlers. He placed second at 126 pounds in the Cadet Class, while Paden Vannatten, a Forsyth resident...
  • Call it the Little Dance. The Miles City fifth- and sixth-grade boys basketball program concluded the regular season on Thursday with a pair of games, and will start the first round of their season-ending tournament today at the Custer County District High School gymnasium. The action begins at 6:30 p.m. when the third-seeded Orange Ballers play...
  • It was a tough season for the high school division Miles City Generals ice hockey team. In 20 regular-season games, they struggled to a 0-19-1 record. “This season was full of learning experiences and opportunities,” said coach Wacy Arndt. “The team showed a lot of character, persevering through the duration of the season and...
  • Seven area athletes will be donning the cap and gown this May after successful winter sports season for Custer County District High School (CCDHS). The CCDHS Cowboys basketball team came alive during the divisional tournament, winning their play-in game as well as the first-round game, wins that belied their play earlier in the season. The Cowboy...