Monthly archive

February, 2014

  •   Record setting quarterback Ben Herzog will continue his football career at Dickinson State University this fall. The Custer County District High School senior signed his national letter of intent earlier this week. “I really liked Dickinson and all the connections with the former players and with Pete (Stanton) as the coach,”...
  •   A familiar face in eastern Montana politics is hoping to take his experience to Washington, D.C. Republican Matt Rosendale of Glendive, who previously served in the Montana State House District 38 beginning in 2010 and is currently serving District 19 in the Montana State Senate, has begun his campaign for Montana’s lone U.S. House...
  •   Ruth Cornell was dedicated to her family and to her faith. Born in Miles City to Caroline and Walter Dyba, Ruth was raised in a large and loving household. Sacred Heart Church was an important part of her childhood.  Ruth graduated from Custer County High School in 1949. She played on the basketball team.  She moved to Sacramento...
  •   Celeste Shelane Gerleman, 49, died peacefully surrounded by her family at the hospice house in Gillette, Wyo., after years of battling cancer. She was born Jan. 4, 1965, in Miles City, the first child born to Andy and Helen Gerleman. She graduated from high school in Broadus in 1983.   She moved to Olathe, Kansas where she...
  •  Harvie L. Howes, 85, of Miles City died Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014, at the Friendship Villa in Miles City. Mr. Howes was born on Aug. 10, 1928, in Stutsman County, North Dakota, to Elum and Alice Howes and grew up near Crystal Springs, N.D. After serving in the Army during the Korean War, Mr. Howes moved to Miles City and married Shirley...
  •   The Miles Community College basketball teams hosted Northwest College on Saturday afternoon at the MCC Centra and nearly pulled out a sweep. The MCC women lost a tough one 64-57 in the first game, while the MCC men pulled off a dramatic 92-89 win in overtime. The Lady Pioneers fell to 11-13 overall on the season and 2-8 in the Region IX...
  •   The Custer County District High School Cowboy basketball team put together one of their better games of the season on Friday night against the Class AA Billings Senior Broncs. But, the Cowboys couldn’t come up with the points in the final minute and lost 63-57. “I thought we made a huge stride tonight,” Cowboys Head Coach...
  •   The Custer County District High School Cowgirl basketball team picked up a split of their two games over the weekend. They lost to Class AA Billings Senior on the road Friday night 73-42, but bounced back to beat Glendive in an Eastern A contest on Saturday night 52-36. With the split, the Cowgirls moved to 7-6 overall on the season and 5-2...
  •   Local sports calendar for Custer County District High School (CCDHS), Washington Middle School (WMS), Miles Community College (MCC) and other Miles City sports. Calendar dates are from Monday through Sunday, unless otherwise noted.  Note: Times for CCDHS Basketball are for varsity games. Freshmen games typically start at 4 p.m.,...