Monthly archive

April, 2015

  • A son was born to Amparo and William Briggs of Miles City on Monday, March 23, 2015, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City. A son was born to Beth and Mathew May of Ismay on Tuesday, March 24, 2015, at Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City. A daughter was born to Tami and Beau Blake of Ingomar on Monday, March 30, 2015, at Holy Rosary...
  •   Born on Easter Sunday, Nubs the lamb was a surprise because he was born without a front left leg, just a nub where the leg should be, giving him his unusual name. Being unable to stand, Nubs is needing to be hand-fed frequently, so Sarah caries him around wrapped in a towel for warmth quite a bit.  Being on the high end of the cute...
  • As a child, Brittany Holom fell in love with the story of the Russian Grand Duchess Anastasia of Russia, which led to a fascination with all things Russian. Now she has visited Russia seven times and is working on her dissertation at Princeton University on the politics of healthcare reform in Russia. Recently she had an article published in The...
  •   The CCDHS Cowgirls softball team is off to its best start in the program’s history, taking down the Sidney Lady Eagles Tuesday at home 16-14 to improve its record to 4-0-1 on the young season. “We were hitting the ball well and running the bases aggressively,” said Cowgirls Head Coach Murrey Selk. “The pitching was...
  •   Oscar Donald “Don” Cain, 85, of Broadus died Friday, April 3, 2015, at his home. Mr. Cain was born Nov. 9, 1929, in Arkansas City, Kansas, to Oscar “Sal” and Gladys Venable Cain. He attended Pine Tree School and Powder River County High School in Broadus, where he excelled in baseball and track. He was a kind, giving...
  •   Olive Kelly Draper Brooks, 97, of Miles City died on Good Friday, April 3, 2015, at her daughter’s home in the valley with her family around her. She was born on Feb. 5, 1918, at Marmarth, North Dakota, to John Martin and Minnie Ashburn Kelly. She grew up on the family homestead in rural Marmarth where she graduated from high school...
  • Job seekers should come dressed for interviews, with their resume in hand, said Cindy Erickson of the Miles City Job Service, because there will be a lot of employers seeking new employees at this year’s Job Fair. The Job Fair will be held at the Miles Community College Centra on Thursday, April 9. The Job Service is working with ESGR --...
  •   The MCC Pioneers baseball team began a six-game series with Otero Junior College in La Junta, Colo., Thursday, dropping the first two games 3-1 and 4-2.   Otero 3, MCC 1 In the first game of a doubleheader, the Pioneers (7-13) out-hit the Rattlers 4-3 but managed just one run. Michael Gahan, Zach Robinson, Tyler Reitz and Brandon Kemp...
  •   The CCDHS tennis teams opened their 2015 seasons last weekend, with meets against Billings West and Billings Skyview in Billings. “We really showed some growth over last year, so I was really pleased with our first meet,” said Head Coach Bob Holland. “One of our goals this year is to develop a solid lineup. We’ll do...
  •   By JOSH SAMUELSON       Star Sports Editor As I write this farewell column for roughly the 100th time, I’m sitting on a bridge I helped build, with a cigar in my mouth and the sound of Telegraph Creek rushing to meet up with the Little Blackfoot River. Life after the Star is pretty good. I’ve been working on this...