Monthly archive

December, 2013

  •   Funeral services for Eunice Lodahl will be held at 10:00 AM Saturday, December 21. Rev. Tim Hutslar will officiate at the service at the Froid Community Center; private interment at Big Lake Cemetery will follow. Eunice died early Tuesday morning, December 17 at Roosevelt Medical Center in Culbertson; she was 81. Eunice Vivian Jacobsen was...
  •   The Miles Community College basketball teams ended the 2013 portion of their seasons with splits at the Northwest College Tournament in Powell, Wyo., last weekend. The Pioneers beat the Colorado Kings, an all-star team, 104-94 and then lost to Laramie County 89-84. The Lady Pioneers beat the Northwest All-Stars 85-59 and then lost to the...
  •   A discussion on whether students attending private schools such as Sacred Heart should be eligible to participate in the Miles City Unified School District’s athletic programs was continued at Tuesday’s monthly meeting of the Unified Board of Trustees. Originally addressed at November’s meeting, Policy 3510 as it currently...
  •   LAWLOR, Fern L. (98 Years Young) of Spokane, formerly of Miles City, Montana, went to be with her Lord on Dec. 11, 2013. She was born in North Dakota, the oldest daughter of Roy W. and Charlotte Denniston Griggs. Her family moved to Forsyth, Montana when she was a small child. She attended and graduated from schools there.   In 1935...
  •   Sarah Jesse, 88 of Broadus, died Sunday, Dec. 15, 2013, at the Powder River Manor in Broadus. Mrs. Jesse was born on Nov. 17, 1925, in Miles City, the daughter of Percy and Alfa Dunham Daily. She attended grade schools in Miles City, and graduated from Custer County High School in 1946.  After graduation, she went to a Christian Bible...
  •   The Custer County District High School Cowboy wrestling team traveled west last night, wrestling against Billings Central and Laurel. There wasn’t a whole lot of wrestling going on during the duals. Of the 30 possible matches, only 11 were actually wrestled. The Cowboys lost to Billings Central 60-12 and lost 66-12 to Laurel. ...
  •   Chinese lanterns will be lighting up the sky at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at Spotted Eagle Recreation Area in memory of those who have died and in honor of those fighting diseases. Organizer Jamie Gulden said last year she and others launched 170 Chinese lanterns in memory of her brother, Christopher Gulden, and his friends, Lance Nass and Kiever...
  •   The Blackiron Grill and Rotisserie is open and has been serving up unique cuisine for a few days now and has served several company Christmas parties. Located at the corner of South Haynes Avenue and Boutelle Street, it is connected to the Blue Moon Casino and has a connecting door between the two businesses. Garve Gierke owns the Blue Moon...
  •   Gordon “Gor” David Lynam, 92, of Las Vegas, Nev., former Miles City resident, died of natural causes on Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013. Born in Miles City on Feb. 13, 1921, to Edward and Louise Lynam, he was one of three children. He graduated from Custer County High School. Mr. Lynam attended Compton College in California before he...
  •   The Washington Middle School eighth-grade Gold basketball team finished their season with three straight blowout wins. The Gold Broncettes ended their season undefeated, having held every team to under 30 points and winning each game by at least 20. Earlier this month, the Broncettes beat Baker 55-23. Maggie Erlenbusch led all scorers with...