Monthly archive

May, 2015

  •   Mayor Butch Grenz gave Miles City Fire and Rescue the nod to get a new motor for one of the ambulances at the Miles City Council meeting on April 28. Ambulance 20’s motor had “blown up” recently, Capt. Cameron Duffin explained.  The ambulance is a 2004 vehicle with 195,000 miles on it.  The department looked at...
  •   This Tuesday’s school elections are unusual in that no voted levy is on the ballot. The rural school elections were all uncontested, so candidates there will be elected by acclamation. There are plenty of candidates seeking seats on the public school board, which represents the high school and elementary districts. In the Unified...
  •   Filing for the city election began today, in which terms for the mayor, city treasurer and four council seats are open for election. All are four-year terms. Currently holding the positions are Mayor Butch Grenz, Treasurer John Moorehead, Ward 1 Councilwoman Susanne Galbraith, Ward 2 Councilman Jerry Partridge, Ward 3 Councilman Mark Ahner...
  •   Funeral Services for AJ Buck, 32, of Ekalaka, Montana were at 10:00 a.m., Sunday, May 3, 2015 at the Carter County High School Gymnasium in Ekalaka. Burial was held at 2:00 p.m. in the Little Missouri Lutheran Cemetery in Capital, Montana. AJ passed away on Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at his home in Great Falls, Montana. Allan J Buck II was...
  •   Bobby J Johnson beloved Husband, Father, Brother and Grandfather passed away peacefully April 28, 2015 after a year long courageous battle with lung cancer. Bob was born in Dorchester, Texas November 9, 1938. Bob grew up in Berryville, Arkansas. He joined the USAF in 1956 and served until 1960 at Ellsworth AFB in Rapid City, South Dakota....
  •   Delores Susana Adrian, age 83, of Tonasket died on April 19, 2015 in Tonasket. She was born December 25, 1931 in Terry, Montana to parents John and Mary Sackman. Delores was raised on a farm near Fallon, Montana and went to public schools in Terry, Montana graduating from high school in 1949. At the age of nine she knew she wanted to be a...
  •   The CCDHS Cowgirls softball team showed some pop at the plate against Billings Central Tuesday at Bender Field, but a few costly errors allowed the Lady Rams (8-1) to pull away and win 11-7. “We had some offense, just not enough to get it done,” said Cowgirls Head Coach Murrey Selk. “We got the hits going a little bit,...
  •   Several Custer County District High School track and field athletes competed in the Midland Roundtable Top 10 Meet at Laurel on Tuesday and had a good showing. Athletes had to be ranked in the top 10 in their events in order to participate. Students represented schools from Billings, Bozeman, Hardin, Custer-Hysham, Manhattan, Shepherd,...
  •   After what could be described as a roller-coaster first season in a new conference, the MCC Pioneers baseball team closed it out in style, beating former Mon-Dak rival Williston State 14-8 in Williston Wednesday. “It was quite a game to finish out with,” said MCC Head Coach Jeff Brabant. “Williston is ranked 19th in the...