Monthly archive

November, 2015

  •   Matthew Blunt is having the season of his career. 2015 is the first year he has been the full-time starting quarterback. In 2014 he shared the position with Alec Haughian. Blunt has come into the 2015 season with a resounding punch, breaking eight records, and he’s on the verge of breaking four more before the playoffs wrap up. Blunt...
  • The Custer County Cowgirls took on Hardin in the loser bracket of divisional playoffs Friday evening in Livingston. The Cowgirls have met up with Hardin twice in the regular season, with Hardin taking both. The Cowgirls were unable to top the Lady Bulldogs, who won in three. Game 1 was 25-17, Game 2 25-17 and a close Game 3 was 25-23. Miles City...
  •   The Custer County Cowgirls took on Hardin in the loser bracket of divisional playoffs Friday evening in Livingston. The Cowgirls have met up with Hardin twice in the regular season, with Hardin taking both. The Cowgirls were unable to top the Lady Bulldogs, who won in three. Game 1 was 25-17, Game 2 25-17 and a close Game 3 was 25-23. Miles...
  •   The Cowgirls lost their first-round game against Havre Thursday at divisionals in Livingston, with Havre winning in 3. Game 1 was 25-12, Game 2 25-16, and Game 3 25-20.  The Cowgirls played Park on Friday at 10 a.m. They lost the first game 14-25, then won the next 25-16, 25-20 and 25-23. They will play again tonight at 8, against the...
  • The fifth- and sixth-grade girls’ basketball tournament wrapped up Thursday night with the championship series. The fifth- and sixth-grade girls wish to thank everyone who helped in any way with the program, and expressed appreciation also to McKinsey Jerrel for singing the National Anthem before the games. The first game Thursday night was...
  •   The Wibaux Fountain Project is moving forward with another way for people to contribute money to the effort. Memorial pavers for park sidewalks - to make the fountain more accessible - for $100 each, and memorial benches at $1,000 each, can be purchased to help the project. The fountain was built in memory of Florence Stacy, who was 20...
  •   Earlier this summer the Miles City Albertsons was one of the top stores in the company’s Northwest region. For that accomplishment, Albertsons Manager Joe Ginalias was invited to attend a regional meeting in Boise, Idaho. At that meeting, a Boise distributor put on a shopping spree contest in which the managers had two minutes to fill...
  •   The Class A playoffs continue Saturday with the quarterfinal round. In the first round, Butte Central beat Hamilton, 49-14, Billings Central shut out Laurel, 28-0, Columbia Falls squeaked out a win over Polson, 9-6, and Sidney topped Belgrade, 28-20. Moving into the quarterfinal round, Dillon will take on Billings Central, Columbia Falls...
  •   Donna Jean Yegen, 86, passed away at Wyoming Medical Center on November 1, 2015. Donna was born on January 20, 1929 in Miles City Montana. She grew up on a farm in eastern Montana and later returned to Miles City where she attended high school. Donna married Sydney Burton Thomas at age 23 and they moved to Billings, Montana, where they had...
  •  On March 28, 1930 Arlene Edna Holman was born to Clarence and Molly (Dvorak) Holman, the little sister to Howard and later big sister to Shirley and Esther. Arlene attended country schools in the Volborg area and graduated from Custer County High School in Miles City. Arlene worked various jobs in Miles City; however, her main priority was...