Monthly archive

July, 2015

  •   For the second time in two weeks, a Miles City youth baseball team has captured a state title. On Sunday at Bender Park, the Miles City All-Stars won the 12U State Cal Ripken Baseball Tournament in the eastern division. They will now advance to the regional tournament in Meridian, Idaho, beginning play on Thursday morning.  They will...
  •   Searchers are looking for a 36-year-old Nebraska man whose kayak flipped over Sunday afternoon while going over the diversion dam on the Yellowstone River, just north of Forsyth, near the Rosebud County Fairgrounds.  Rosebud County Undersheriff Allen Fulton said the man, whose name has not been released, is presumed to have drown and...
  •   Esther Louise Donnelly, 80, of Miles City died peacefully the morning of Friday, July 17, 2015.   Louise, as her family and friends knew her, began life as Esther Louise Niles on Dec. 11, 1934. Born on the Niles family ranch, near O’Neill on the Powder River between Miles City and Ekalaka, she was the youngest of five...
  •   Richard J. “Dick” Ehli, “Dad, Grandpa and Great Grandpa,” 89, of Circle, died on Wednesday, June 24, 2015, while at the McCone County Health Center. Mr. Ehli was born May 26, 1926 to Rapheal J. and Mathilda Tillye Koch Ehli in Dickinson, North Dakota. He was the last of seven children. Mr. Ehli graduated from St....
  •   Funeral services for Betty Jean Stepper, 86, of Terry were Monday morning, July 20, 2015, in the Community Presbyterian Church in Terry with a reception to follow. Interment was in the Prairie County Cemetery in Terry. Mrs. Stepper died Thursday, July 16, 2015.          She was born in Omaha, Nebraska, to Severt and...
  •   Notices of new property appraisals have been sent out to residents across the state and many property owners have been surprised by the increases, particularly in Custer County.  Lee Zuelke of the Custer County Appraiser’s Office said on the first Monday after the appraisals were mailed, “we had about 150 people come in....
  •   The champion Rolling Rubber Team: Back row, left to right - Breanna Bean, Josie Chapweske, Raqi McAuliffe, Autumn Porter, Emma Croft, Elena Lewis and Coach Holly Porter. Front row - Madilyn Moore, Ali McAuliffe, Jenna Gardner and Ilyssa Shewman. Not pictured are Coach Arena Porter and Coach Kevin McAuliffe.   
  •   By Star Staff Writer On Thursday the 15U Miles City Babe Ruth All-Stars will travel to Conrad for the Montana State 15U Babe Ruth Tournament. The nine-team tournament begins on Thursday with pool play. In Pool A are Northern, Kalispell, Glendive, Helena and Havre. In Pool B are Bozeman, Glacier, Hi-Line and Miles City. Game 1 at 6 p.m....
  •   Miles City is set to host the 12U State Cal Ripken Baseball Tournament Friday through Sunday at Bender Park. Four teams will be participating in the tournament: Miles City, Glasgow, Glendive and Sidney. Friday opens with Pool Play games. Miles City kicks off the tournament at 1 p.m. against Glendive. At 3:30 p.m. Sidney takes on Glasgow....
  •   By Star Staff Writer A Dog Days Silhouette Shoot is set for Saturday, Aug. 8 at the Custer Rod & Gun Club range in Kinsey. Participants are asked to preregister by July 27 at www.shootdogdays.com. The shoot has categories for men, women and juniors. It features life-size targets and multiple heats and sudden-death prize matches. ...