Monthly archive

June, 2015

  •   The Miles City Outlaws went 3-2 on the weekend at the Williston Tournament and took fourth place out of 10 teams participating. The Outlaws beat the SE Legacy Twins 7-3, thumped Wahpeton 10-1, ran over Richland County 9-2. They fell 9-2 to the Saskatoon Giants and 9-0 to the IP Prospects. The Outlaws head to Omaha, Neb., this weekend for...
  •   Money continues to flow into the Connors Stadium renovation project, with a big push in the works with the major grant due July 1.  The estimated cost for phase 1 (to replace the press box, columns, canopy and any rotted wooden structure) is around $280,000, which will be covered by donations, grants and donated labor and materials. As...
  •   The Dairy Queen Double Play Baseball Tournament for nine Minors teams and seven Majors teams was held at Jaycees Field on May 30-31. For the Majors division, the Miles City Jaycees Giants battled a tough Reynold’s Marlins team to come away with the 4-3 victory in the championship game on Sunday.  In the Minors action, the Wendy...
  •   The Miles City Mavericks enjoyed their best offensive weekend of the young season, beating the Colstrip Rangers in all four games, outscoring them 62-16. On Saturday, at Connors Stadium, the Mavs won 22-1 and 13-11. On Sunday the teams headed to Colstrip, where the Mavs won 12-3 and 15-1. With the wins, the Mavs moved to 7-10 on the season...
  •   The 22nd annual Knights of Columbus Badlands Bowl will be held at Connors Stadium in Miles City on Saturday evening. The 34 Montana all-stars arrived in Miles City yesterday and will be practicing throughout the week in preparation for the game on Saturday night at 6. The North Dakota all-stars are in Dickinson for practices this week....
  •   The first call came at 12:20 p.m. on Saturday, June 13 that smoke was coming out of a window in the unoccupied Miles City Livestock Commission main building on the west side of Miles City. The call came from employees who were on the property. A second call came shortly afterward reporting flames. According to Justin Russell of Miles City...
  •   Picture a sharply dressed woman with a kind face and a talkative personality, and you have the new Jefferson and Highland Park principal. In a Mile City Unified Board of Trustees meeting on Tuesday, three possible candidates were interviewed for the Jefferson and Highland Park principal position. At the end of the night, the board decided...
  •   John Henry Habinck, 83, of Rapid City, South Dakota, died Saturday, June 13, 2015, in the Rapid City Regional Hospital. Mr. Habinck is survived by his wife, Marjorie, of Rapid City; his son; and his daughter. He served in the United States Air Force and was honorably discharged. A Celebration of Mr. Hebinck’s Life will be held at a...
  •    Mae Crystal Schroeder, 81, died on Thursday, June 4, 2015, at her home in Miles City. She was born on Oct. 6, 1933. She graduated from high school in 1954. Her love of animals was evident in her life from the beginning. While in high school she rode horseback the 91 miles from Issaquah, Washington, to Ellensburg, Washington, to the...
  •   After a slow start to the 2015 season, the Miles City Outlaws have righted the ship with a string of wins, bringing their record to 22-16. The team is currently in Williston, North Dakota for the Williston Tournament, which opened Thursday. The Outlaws earned a split against their opponents to open the tournament, falling to the Saskatoon...