Monthly archive

March, 2015

  •   David Coles, age 24, of Marquette, Nebraska, passed away Sunday, March 1, 2015, as the result of a car accident. Funeral Services will be held at 1:00 P.M. Thursday, March 5th at the Evangelical Free Church, 1202 A Street in Aurora, Nebraska. Rev. Vance Christie will officiate. Interment will be in Aurora Cemetery. Visitation will be from 5...
  •   Carter Jeffrey Powell died peacefully in the arms of his mother on Friday, Feb. 27, 2015.  Carter was born Feb. 6, 2015, to proud parents Parker and Ashley Powell. Carter was born at 28 weeks and weighed 2 pounds 8.5 ounces and was 14.3 inches long. Carter spent 21 wonderful days in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Saint Vincent...
  •   Joseph Merle Lester, 73, of Miles City, formerly of Williston, North Dakota, died Monday, Feb. 23, 2015, at the Veterans Affairs Nursing Home in Miles City. Mr. Lester was born on May 31, 1941, in Alexander, North Dakota, the son of Joseph and Fern Wehterelt Lester. He grew up in Charbonneau, North Dakota, where he attended school until the...
  •   For the first, and last, eight minutes of the Eastern A challenge game between the Custer County District High School Cowboys and the Laurel Locomotives, the Cowboys looked like they were going back to the State A Tournament. But unfortunately, the middle quarters happened and the Cowboys lost 67-60 at the Metra. The Cowboys scored just...
  •   Administrators at Miles Community College continue to be encouraged by potential enrollment numbers for the 2015 fall semester. Speaking at Monday’s monthly meeting of the Board of Trustees, Vice President of Enrollment & Student Success Jessie Dufner made a short presentation to the board, outlining the work being done to bolster...
  •   Ethel Rosamond Huson Swick, 93, was born March 19, 1921, in Dilworth, Minnesota, the youngest of four children of railroad steam locomotive engineer Robert Henry Huson (1884-1963) and Selma Rue Huson (1896-1967).  Her siblings have all pre-deceased her.  She grew up in Dilworth doing the normal things, like tipping over the...
  •   For the first, and last, eight minutes of the Eastern A challenge game between the Custer County District High School Cowboys and the Laurel Locomotives, the Cowboys looked like they were going back to the State A Tournament. But unfortunately, the middle quarters happened and the Cowboys lost 67-60 at the Metra. The Cowboys scored just...
  •   Ethel Rosamond Huson Swick, 93, was born March 19, 1921, in Dilworth, Minnesota, the youngest of four children of railroad steam locomotive engineer Robert Henry Huson (1884-1963) and Selma Rue Huson (1896-1967).  Her siblings have all pre-deceased her.  She grew up in Dilworth doing the normal things, like tipping over the...
  •   Administrators at Miles Community College continue to be encouraged by potential enrollment numbers for the 2015 fall semester. Speaking at Monday’s monthly meeting of the Board of Trustees, Vice President of Enrollment & Student Success Jessie Dufner made a short presentation to the board, outlining the work being done to bolster...
  •   An impressive Saturday at the Eastern A boys basketball tournament kept the Custer County District High School Cowboys season alive. The Cowboys pulled off two big wins on Saturday, 80-68 over Hardin and 65-47 over Glendive, and will be challenging Laurel tonight for the second spot at the Class A state tournament. The challenge game will...