Monthly archive

November, 2015

  •   Over the Halloween weekend the 2C District Volleyball Tournament took place in Terry.  The teams that took part were Wibaux, Broadus, Ekalaka, Circle,  Northern Cheyenne, Jordan and Terry. Wibaux went on to take first, while Circle took second and Broadus took third. Wibaux beat Circle in three. Game 1 was 25-18, Game 2 25-23, and...
  •   Over the Halloween weekend the 2C District Volleyball Tournament took place in Terry.  The teams that took part were Wibaux, Broadus, Ekalaka, Circle,  Northern Cheyenne, Jordan and Terry. Wibaux went on to take first, while Circle took second and Broadus took third. Wibaux beat Circle in three. Game 1 was 25-18, Game 2 25-23, and...
  •   Over the Halloween weekend the 2C District Volleyball Tournament took place in Terry.  The teams that took part were Wibaux, Broadus, Ekalaka, Circle,  Northern Cheyenne, Jordan and Terry. Wibaux went on to take first, while Circle took second and Broadus took third. Wibaux beat Circle in three. Game 1 was 25-18, Game 2 25-23, and...
  •   Dorothy Jean Tait Spannagel, 102, of Jordan, a longtime resident of Forsyth, died peacefully at the home of her daughter, Janet Guptill of  Jordan, Friday morning, Oct. 30, 2015 Funeral services will be held at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall in Jordan on Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2015, at 2 p.m. and at the Federated Church, 1180 Cedar in...
  •   Mayors, county commissioners, state legislators, chamber of commerce directors and economic development members got together on Thursday at Miles Community College to start putting together the action plan for Eastern Montana infrastructure needs for the next legislature in 2017. Bruce MacIntyre of the Billings Chamber of Commerce moderated...
  •   Polls will be open Tuesday for the City of Miles City election and for the Custer County Water and Sewer District.   Mayor In the city elections, voters will get to choose who serves the next term as mayor: Mayor Chris “Butch” Grenz, Ward 3 Councilman John Hollowell or businessman Rob Shipley. Grenz has served six years as...
  •   The Miles Community College Pioneers took on the Bismarck State Mystics and the Rocky Mountain College JV this weekend in the Pioneer Club Classic. In the first game of the Classic, the Lady Pioneers took on the Mystics. BSC took away the 89-46 win. It was a rough go for Coach Liz Lewis and her team Friday evening. With the BSC players...
  •   The CCDHS Cowgirls took on Billings Central in their final home game of the season Saturday night but were unable to come up with the victory. Billings Central won in three games. Coach Marci Mollman made some changes to their defense the week prior to the Billings Central game, to better prepare for the Rams’ height. The Cowgirls...
  •   Warren Ronning, age 91, of Miles City passed away on Wednesday, October 28, 2015 at the Friendship Villa in Miles City. Warren was born on December 2, 1923 on the family ranch at Rock Springs, Montana, the fourth child of Edward Alfred and Anna Juline (Austinson) Ronning. He graduated from Custer County High School and following graduation...
  •   Arlys Koester, age 76, of Miles City passed away on October 30, 2015 at TLC Personal Care Home in Miles City. Arlys was born on February 2, 1939 in Poplar, MT. She was the oldest of Alice (Burshia) and Maurice Archdale. She grew up in the Poplar and Wolf Point area. After graduating high school in 1957, she joined the U.S. Army. She was...