Monthly archive

May, 2016

  • The Miles CC Pioneers made history last week by making the Region IX tournament the second year they were in the new D1 division. During the tournament over the weekend the Pioneers battled their way into the district tournament that is going to take place this weekend. Head Coach Jeff Brabant is really impressed with the way his team played over...
  • When Spotted Eagle first camped with his people in the late 1800 near the Tongue River, it wasn’t his idea.  He and other Native Americans were being relocated to reservations against their will. He was remembered many years later when a Civilian Conservation Corps camp was constructed in about the same area where his band camped....
  • The annual Bucking Horse Sale is known for bringing in great bands and providing an overall good time. This year brings Blackjack Billy and High Valley Thursday night at the Eastern Montana Fairgrounds in the grandstands. High Valley will kick the concert off at 7 p.m. followed by Blackjack Billy at 8:30 p.m..  Blackjack Billy’s song...
  • Firefighters’ training has increased after the City of Miles City increased the training budget last year. Miles City Fire and Rescue’s Fire Training Officer Mike Miller gave the Miles City Council an update at its May 10 meeting. He said two years ago three people were certified at the firefighter one level (basic entry level) and in...
  • Casper, Wyo. — Dwight Gunnare, head coach of the Casper College Lady T-Birds basketball team, has signed Miles City standout Ashlie Larson. Larson brings to the T-Birds a number of achievements garnered during her senior year at Custer County District High School including an all-state selection and first team Eastern “A”...
  • The CCDHS tack team headed to Glendive over the weekend for the Jock Stop Meet. The girls’ team had a strong showing earning 82 points and third place. The boys did well, earning 46 points and sixth place. The track teams will be heading to divisionals this weekend.   Boys’ Results 800m Joey Hall 5th 110m Hurdles Tyler Burk 3rd...
  • The Mother’s Day horse races were quite a hit. The temps were good and the horses were fast on this yearly tradition. The first post time of the day was set at 1 p.m. with the first Bucking Horse Sale Quarter Horse Futurity Trials. The winner of the race was Dustin Little Girl, beating Taste of Cayenne at the end. The second Futurity Trial...
  • The Yahooping boys basketball camps will be taking place June 6-9 at the Custer County District High School gymnasium.  The camps are being hosted by Houston Finn, the CCDHS boys basketball coach. Fifth and sixth grade camp will run from 9-12 A.M. June 6-8.  Seventh and eighth grade camp will run from 1-4 p.m. June 6-8 and the second,...
  • The CCDHS Tennis Invitational took place over the weekend. It was a learning experience for both the boys’ and girls’ teams. The Cowgirls had two single wins by Tehya Regalado who beat Glendive’s Montana Polette 6-3 then 7-6; and Shyla Greer who beat Glendive’s Kayla Kelly 6-2 and 6-1 in the third set, losing the second....
  • Kohlman Adler has played full back and is an anchor to the defense. His speed, agility, and determination as well as great touches on the ball are just a few of his great attributes. Chris Austin is new to the Posse this year, he plays half back and forward. His speed and endurance are real positives as well as his never give up attitude. Parker...