Monthly archive

April, 2014

  •   It was just a saddle. It didn’t have the fanciest tooling, and it was a little worn.  But to Denny Brengle, it was a priceless piece of family history he had sought for a long time. At the H. D. Landers estate auction Saturday, the bidding on that saddle got pretty hot and heavy in the Home Show building at the Eastern Montana...
  •   On Friday, the community will play host to the Special Olympics Miles City regional games at the community track adjacent to Miles Community College. Athletes from seven eastern Montana communities will be attending, with Miles City bringing the largest contingent of 18 competitors. Also participating are Culbertson, Forsyth, Colstrip,...
  • A son was born to Kailey and Reese Stephan of Wibaux on Tuesday, April 8, 2014 at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City.
  • It’s official, the Custer County District High School Cowgirl softball team is on a winning streak. The Cowgirls won their third straight game, beating Hardin 11-1 last night on the road. For a Cowgirl program that has never won more than six games in a season, the three-game winning streak is the longest in school history. Last night’...
  •   By JOSH SAMUELSON Star Sports Editor The Custer County District High School track teams made the trek into North Dakota to compete at the Coca-Cola Meet in Dickinson. Both the Cowboys and Cowgirls were at the bottom of the pack that featured teams from North Dakota, along with Glendive and Sidney. The Cowboys were seventh with 50 points....
  •   A daughter was born to Samantha and Robert Mason of Miles City on Saturday, April 5,  2014, at Holy Rosary Healthcare.  
  •   A daughter was born to Kelly Muggli and Cory Cheguis of Miles City on Tuesday, April 1, 2014, at Holy Rosary Healthcare.  
  • A daughter was born to Hope and Beau Huft of Ismay on Monday, March 31, 2014, at Holy Rosary Healthcare.        
  •   Naxin Safety and Crazy’s Tint Shop now has a storefront at 1415 Main St.  Specializing in first aid and safety supplies, Naxin Safety has catered to local businesses, agencies and the oil patch for nine years.  The shop opened at the ABC Glass and Signs’ former location on March 18. Owner Cory Schaff has spent the nine...
  •   A familiar face in the world of Montana politics is once again seeking to serve Montanans, this time in the U.S. House of Representatives. John Driscoll, who previously served in the Montana House in the 1970s (including a term of Speaker of the House in 1977), as well as three terms on the Montana Public Service Commission, will run...