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’Cats ‘unleashed’ next week

It may be Labor Day, but Monday, Sept. 7, will kick off homecoming week in Custer, a week-long celebration filled with dress- up days, sporting events and community pride. The theme for this year is “Unleash the Wildcats.”

Kicking off the festivities on Monday will be coronation held at the Custer Jr./Sr. High School theatre at 7 p.m., followed by the burning of the “C.” Even though there is no school on Monday, coronation and the burning will still take place.


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Hell Canyon gets new district ranger

In her over 31 years of experience of working with the U.S. Forest Service, Tracy Anderson has worked in every one of the service’s regions except one. Until now, that is.

Anderson, 57, began her new post as district ranger of the Hell Canyon Ranger District Aug. 9, coming to the district from the Bitterroot National Forest in Montana, where she spent the last two years as the vegetation management officer, putting her in charge of the timber program. The Bitterroot National Forest is located in western Montana, with the supervisor’s office located in Hamilton, one hour south of Missoula.


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’Cats take second in home tourney

The volleyball season is off to a bang, with the Custer Wildcats taking second place in their home invitational.

The Lady Wildcats started off the season with a 5-1 record, coming in second to Lead-Deadwood in the championship match of the Custer Invitational held Aug. 28-29. The ’Cats pushed the ’Diggers to three sets, winning the first 25-19, but losing the second two, 25-15 and 25-19.


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Dance off

There was nothing short of excitement during the Monday, July 27, YMCA Kids’ Camp afternoon. After seven weeks of preparation, six boys and four girls filled the two rows of chairs in the upstairs of the Custer Elementary School gym, where they prepared to compete in their first ballroom dance competition.

“It was fun working on the dances. This was the best opportunity to learn how to do this,” said Drew Lehman, one of the competitors. “It was hard at the beginning, but the more we learned, the easier it got.”


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Shootings are most disturbing

We’ve almost become immune to the rash of public shootings by deranged people in this country. Almost, but not quite. The last two reported are especially disturbing.

Two years ago at a Virginia television station a young black male reporter was fired for poor performance. He got so upset and created such a scene in the station that the manager had to call 911 to have him removed from the premises. He subsequently made claims of racial discrimination against the station that were dismissed.


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