12/02/2016 - 2:46pm
Deer and elk hunters capped off a successful season in southeastern Montana as the general hunting season closed last weekend, according to state wildlife officials. “Cooler temperatures held off until after Sunday’s close of the general deer and elk season, but the trend of more hunters and more deer coming through Fish, Wildlife & Parks Region 7 check stations continued through...
Fri, 12/02/2016 - 2:43pm
Custer County District High School athletes are well represented on the fall 2016 Eastern All-Conference and All-State teams, with 11 players from the football and volleyball squads receiving honors. A trio of seniors — volleyball player Jenna Swope and football players Riley Conley and Tyler
Thu, 12/01/2016 - 3:32pm
The Washington Middle School girls basketball teams picked up a trio of wins over Glendive on Nov. 19. The eighth grade Blue team, playing at home, edged Glendive 43-40 with solid play at the end of the contest.   Taylor Lee meshed a team-high 15 points for WMS, while Madi Moore
Thu, 12/01/2016 - 3:31pm
The Miles Community College women’s basketball team dropped a pair of games at the College of Southern Idaho Hilex Poly Invitational Tournament this past weekend. Coach Liz Lewis’ Lady Pioneer’s fell 67-57 to Snow College on Friday, then lost to host Southern Idaho 68-39 on
Fri, 11/25/2016 - 2:58pm
The Miles City Generals PeeWees hockey team opened the season with a 1-3 showing at the Helena festival this month. The squad split a pair against Flathead, winning 4-1 and losing 4-3. They dropped a pair against Helena 7-0 and 12-6. In the win over Flathead Peyton Taylor scored all four goals and
Fri, 11/25/2016 - 2:55pm
The Washington Middle School girls basketball teams opened their season Nov. 15 at home against Colstrip, with the seventh grade Blue team scoring a 34-18 win behind 25 points from Kaylee Hirsch and 9 points by Caitlin Anderson. The WMS 7th grade White team lost 53-11. Erin Doran led the Broncettes
Fri, 11/25/2016 - 2:54pm
The silky gold and blue jerseys are laundered now, the pads and helmets sit patiently in storage, and the talk has turned to “next year.” Such is life now for the Washington Middle School seventh grade football Broncos as they reflect on their winning 2016 season. Is the best offense a