Monthly archive

October, 2015

  •   If you like to paint or volunteer for a good cause, then Miles City Head Start is the place for you right now. The school is working on gathering volunteers to help give the place a much-needed facelift. The work began last week with employees and volunteers scraping away at the old paint. With so few workers, progress was slow.  The...

September, 2015

  •   The Custer County District High School Cowgirls took on the Baker Lady Spartans in volleyball action Tuesday night and came away with the sweep.  Taking on Baker in non-conference action at home, Coach Marci Mollman was confident that her Cowgirls would play well against the local rival. The Cowgirls played in Dickinson over the...
  •   With cooler weather on the horizon, it’s time to get all those summer projects wrapped up before winter really arrives. To help with that, Keep Miles City Beautiful is sponsoring a Latex Paint Recycling event on Saturday, October 3. Cans of paint are not to be discarded in the landfill if the paint is still liquid. To prevent that,...
  •   Kirk Bushman, Montana Public Service Commissioner for District 2, which includes Custer County, introduced the representatives from Montana-Dakota Utilities who were in Miles City Friday to attend a public hearing about MDU’s requested 21 percent rate hike.  Members of the public commented on the rate increase and on changes in...
  •   Olive Mellor, 91, died Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2015, at the Powder River Manor Nursing Home in Broadus. Olive Jane Woolston was born June 15, 1924, to Tom and Christine Woolston in Philipsburg, Kansas. Mrs. Mellor’s mother wanted to deliver her in Kansas to be close to her mother, since this was her first child and she was afraid of the...
  •   John Mellor, 94, died Friday, Sept. 18, 2015, at the Powder River Manor Nursing Home in Broadus. John Howard Mellor was born March 11, 1921, to Howard and Carrie Mellor on the old 101 cattle ranch on the Belle Fourche River, a few miles north of Moorcroft, Wyoming, and within sight of the Devils Tower. At a few weeks of age, he and the...
  •   The CCDHS golf teams will be sending four athletes to the State Class A Tournament in Sidney Friday. The Cowboys fell just short of being able to compete as a team at state. They finished third, and only the top two teams travel to Sidney. For the Cowboys, Deven Doughty, Gavin Gundlach and Nick Anderson will compete at state. Riley Shipp...
  •   The Custer County District High School Cowboys fought the hard fight and managed a 22-21 victory over the Sidney Eagles in the first conference game of the season at Connors Stadium Friday night. Assistant Coach Kevin McAuliffe was very geared up for the game against Sidney, one of Miles City’s rivals.  “The games are...
  •   The Cowgirls had a very good day Saturday at the 2015 Scottie Invitational in Glasgow. They won the meet by placing three runners in the top five.  Morgan Vosler finished second overall, just 13 seconds behind winner Janelle Brien of Sidney. Vosler ran a 20:13. Heather Baker was just 10 seconds behind Vosler, finishing third with a 20:...
  •   The Cowgirls had a very good day Saturday at the 2015 Scottie Invitational in Glasgow. They won the meet by placing three runners in the top five.  Morgan Vosler finished second overall, just 13 seconds behind winner Janelle Brien of Sidney. Vosler ran a 20:13. Heather Baker was just 10 seconds behind Vosler, finishing third with a 20:...