Monthly archive

March, 2016

  • MCYBA is holding its second, and last, round of SIGNUPS Tuesday, March 22 and Wednesday, March 23th from 6pm-8pm at the indoor facility at 2417 Bridge Street. Any child who is 5 as of April 30th, 2016 is welcome to sign up! Age divisions are T-ball 5-6 years old; Coach Pitch 7-8 years old; Minors 9-10 years old; Majors 11-12 years old; Babe Ruth...
  • The high school State Class B Hockey tournament took place last weekend. The teams participating were Miles City, Glasgow, Butte and Havre.  The Miles City Generals kicked off the tournament against the Glasgow Ice Dawgs Friday. The Ice Dawgs came out on top of the Generals 4-1.  After the Parade of Athletes, Butte took on Havre, winning...
  • The fifth- and sixth-grade boys wrapped up their season this week with their end-of-year tournament, which started Monday night and went through Thursday.   Gremlins 21 - Gray Boom 18 The first game Monday night was the Gray Boom and the Gremlins. The Gremlins managed to come out on top with a 21-18 final. The lead scorer for the Gremlins...
  • The Spring Parent-Athlete meeting will be held in the CCDHS Auditorium on Thursday, March 24 at 6:30 p.m.. Miles City Public Schools Activities program information will be covered and the spring coaches will share information on their programs. Anyone with questions can contact Mike Ryan at 234-4920.  
  • Raymond “Ray” B. Strasheim died Thursday, March 17, 2016, at the Prairie Community Hospital of cancer. He was born May 22, 1947, in Sidney. In 1957, the family moved to Terry, farming south of town. Mr. Strasheim took over management of the farm in 1965 until his semi-retirement in 2009. He was preceded in death by his father, Benjamin...
  • A group of women gather around a combination of three small tables in a little dive bar outside of town, each laughing and joking. All are in some sort of clothing from jackets to T-shirts supporting their local non-profit organization, the Tenacious Dames Riding Club. Women in the motorcycling world are becoming more and more prominent, as all-...
  • Nick Murnion, left, recites the oath of office Thursday as he is sworn in as the new Sixteenth Judicial District Court Judge. Ninth Circuit Court Judge Sid Thomas, right, swore Murnion in in Forsyth. Other justices attended, including retired Judge Joe Hegel and current Judge Michael Hayworth.  There was a “Holy Convocation” and...
  • Bald eagles George and Martha have returned to their nest near the Main Street bridge, and they behave as though a second egg will soon be appearing. Dean Hanvold of Technology Plus, who installed the camera two years ago and maintains it, said the eagles have been on the nest on and off for a while.  On March 10 an egg could been seen, but...
  • Denise Kuchynka Selk, 42, passed away at the home she loved on Sunday, March 13, 2016. Denise was born on October 16, 1973 at Holy Rosary Hospital in Miles City. She attended elementary, middle, and high school all in Miles City, and graduated a Cowgirl, with honors, as part of the CCDHS Class of 1991. That very same night, destiny further aligned...
  • Funeral services for Virginia Elaine Hoenke, 65, of Ismay, MT, will be 10:00 a.m., Saturday, March 19, 2016 at the Emanuel  Evangelical Free Church in Plevna, MT with Pastor Joe Noel officiating. Burial will take place at 1:30 p.m. in the Custer County Cemetery in Miles City, MT. Family will receive friends Friday, March 18, 2016 from 6:00 p....