Monthly archive

May, 2015

  •   For the Star The Miles City Outlaws baseball team travelled to Missoula this weekend, returning home after four games with a 2-2 split.   Game summaries provided by GameChanger Media   Outlaws 6, Salmon Elite 2 Koby Croft went 1-3, helping the Miles City Outlaws to a 6-2 victory over Salmon Elite on Saturday at Missoula, MT. Kyle...
  •   Eastern A Divisional At Glendive BOYS   Team scores: 1. Laurel 125, 2. Billings Central 98, 3. Glendive 90, 4. Sidney 89, 5. Miles City 68, 6. Hardin 56. 100: Stephen Not Afraid, Har, 11.15; Michael Gulledge, BC, 11.25; Timmy Regan, MC, 11.54; Brandon Kubitz, Lau, 11.57; Isaiah Renner, Lau, 11.67; Jared Craig, Lau, 11.74 200: Stephen...
  •   Dagmar Madsen Herndon Parish, 92, passed away May 11, 2015 at Prestige Assisted Living in Kalispell, MT.  She was born November 23, 1922 at the family homestead in the Maxwell Butte area near Powderville, MT. She was the youngest of six children born to Theodore and Minnie Lind Madsen who had moved in 1918 from Minnesota to ranch in...
  •   Gene D. Parker, 72, died May 12, 2015, at his home in Hutchinson, Kansas. He was born September 30, 1942, in Billings, Montana, to Jack and Josephine (Reather) Parker. In 1959, he enlisted in the United States Navy where he proudly served his country. Gene was a scale technician for Salina Scales for 30 years before his retirement in 2006....
  •   It was the best of weather at times and not-so-great weather otherwise, but the weekend’s Miles City Bucking Horse Sale went off as usual. John Laney, executive director of the Miles City Area Chamber of Commerce said, “It was a very, very good year.” The events got off to a relatively slow start on Thursday with the...
  •   Tonight the 65th Annual World Famous Miles City Bucking Horse Sale officially kicks off at the Eastern Montana Fairgrounds with the Grand Entry at 5:30 p.m. General admission tickets for Friday are still available at the fairgrounds and are $15 each. Children 6-12 are $5 each and kids under 6 are free. The first action on Friday is the Wild...
  • It turns out that dressing like a cowgirl is more about individual preferences these days than about any particular brand or look.  “Really, it’s all up to their own personal style, whether they’re more of a jeans or T-shirt gal or they like dresses and sandals,” said Erin Gernaat, clothing manager for Murdoch’s...
  •   Never quit. That simple phrase has been the mantra of the CCDHS Cowgirls softball team over the course of the 2015 season, and nowhere was it more apparent than in Thursday’s Consolation Championship game of the Eastern A Divisional Tournament in Miles City. Trailing 8-5 to the Sidney Lady Eagles and with a berth in the state...
  •   The Miles City Cowgirls softball team shook off an opening game loss against the Sidney Lady Eagles Wednesday, rebounding Thursday with a win against Glendive to advance to the consolation championship game of the Eastern A Divisional Softball Tournament at Bender Park. Against the Lady Eagles, a team Miles City (10-8-2) posted a 2-0-1...
  •   Thursday, May 14   6 p.m. Concert opening act-Copper Mountain Band 7 p.m. Concert co-headliner-Corb Lund 8:45 p.m. Concert co-headliner-Mission Mountain Wood Band 9 p.m. Street dance, Main Street   Friday, May 15   7-10 a.m. Breakfast buffet, Ninth Street Nutrition & Specialties 8-11 a.m. Breakfast & Bloody...