Monthly archive

March, 2014

  •   For fans that can’t make it to Great Falls for the Class A girls state tournament, or any of the other state tournaments going on this weekend, they can watch all of the state tournament games online. The Montana High School Association (MHSA) has teamed up with the National Federation of High Schools (NFHS) to broadcast every state...
  •   Igor & Red Elvises will be performing their “Siberian Surf Rock” in Miles City on Friday, March 14. This concert is presented by the Confluence in the Range Riders Museum‘s Pioneer Memorial Hall. Doors open at 7 p.m., and the show, with special guest Rick Dent, starts at 8 p.m. Tickets may be purchased online at:...
  •   Stabler Steel of Miles City became Border Steel and Recycling on Jan. 2, but the business isn’t new to eastern Montana. Border Steel and Recycling also has locations in Sidney; Plentywood; Williston, N.D.; and Glendive (their corporate headquarters). The Smelser family started Border Steel and Recycling in 1985, but their start in the...
  •   When the Custer County District High School Cowgirl basketball team opens the Class A State Tournament against Hamilton on Thursday afternoon in Great Falls, they will likely be underdogs against the Lady Broncs. Hamilton won the Southwestern A and enter the State A Tournament with a stellar 17-3 record, the second best winning percentage...
  •   The Miles Community College baseball team got their season started over the weekend, winning five of their first six games in Arizona. The other game ended in a 7-7 tie. The Pioneers swept Mount Marty JV 11-1 and 11-5 on their first day. They earned a 7-7 tie against Wheaton College JV and beat Pacifica College on Saturday. On Sunday, the...
  •   The annual Cowtown Classic Youth Basketball Tournaement will be held in Miles City March 22nd and 23rd. The tournament is hosted by the Miles Community College Pioneer Sports Booster Club and will be held at four different sites around Miles City The boys and girls tournament will be split into divisions from fifth- through eighth-grade....
  •   City crews barricaded portions of the dike road, along the Tongue River, on Sunday due to rising waters.  City Public Works Director Scott Gray expected the barricades to be taken back down Monday. Gray explained that an ice jam, three to five miles long, came down the Yellowstone River, while there was ice jammed in the Tongue River...
  •   City crews barricaded portions of the dike road, along the Tongue River, on Sunday due to rising waters.  City Public Works Director Scott Gray expected the barricades to be taken back down Monday. Gray explained that an ice jam, three to five miles long, came down the Yellowstone River, while there was ice jammed in the Tongue River...
  •   The most successful season in years for the Custer County District High School Cowboy basketball team came to a close in loser-out action on Friday afternoon at the Class A State Tournament in Great Falls. The Cowboys lost to Polson 62-44 to end their season at 7-16. They were in their first State A Tournament since the 2002-03 season....
  •   The Jordan Lady Mustangs played the Harlowton-Ryegate Lady Engineers closer than anyone else this season, but the championship game of the Southern C Girls Divisional Tournament ended the same way the previous 23 games have gone for the Lady Engineers: with a win. The Lady Engineers (24-0) came from behind to beat the Lady Mustangs 33-30 in...