Monthly archive

March, 2014

  •   For the last few years, the Custer County District High School Cowboy basketball team has been getting closer and closer to cracking through the Eastern A and advancing to the State A tournament. Thanks to a remarkable run at the Eastern A Tournament last weekend, the Cowboys will finally break an 11-year drought at the State A Tournament...
  •   In what could be the best game of the opening round of the Southern C Divisional Tournament, at least on paper, the Broadview-Lavina Lady Pirates will play the Broadus Lady Hawks at 8 p.m., on Thursday night at the Custer County District High School gym. Both teams finished the regular season in second place in their respective conferences...
  •   The Jordan Lady Mustangs had a good regular season. They were 15-3, featured the District 4C’s top-rated offense and top-rated defense. But their three losses came against the top-two teams in the conference, giving them the third seed in the District 4C Tournament. Those seedings didn’t matter much to the Lady Mustangs, who...
  •   The Northern Cheyenne Lady Eagles put together a good District 4C Tournament, reaching the conference championship game and advancing to this weekends Southern C Divisional tournament at the Custer County District High School gym. The Lady Eagles will open the tournament on Thursday against Park City, the third-seed from the District 6C....
  •   The first game of the Southern C Divisional Tournament at the Custer County District High School gym will feature the top-seeded team from the 6C, Harlowton-Ryegate, and the fourth-seeded team from the 4C, Terry. The Lady Engineers and Lady Terriers will get underway at 1:30 p.m. Harlowton-Ryegate suffered a deep tragedy midway through the...
  • The Miles City Star is pleased to announce an exciting new way to have your newspaper delivered. For the first time in the local newspaper’s 100-plus-year history, people now have the choice of receiving their newspaper in the traditional print format, or having it delivered electronically to their computer, phone or e-reader. The new e-...
  • Updated story Custer County voters will be asked on the June 3 primary ballot to approve funding not to exceed two mills to fund a five-member board to study local government. County commissioners passed a resolution this week calling for an election on a local government review, which must be on the ballot every 10 years. The city also will...
  •   Jerry Dean, 61, formerly of Miles City, Mt, passed away on March 1, 2014, at his home in Billings.  He was born to Nellie and Wayne Dean on July 1,1952 in Malta, Mt.  He will be greatly missed.  Jerry is survived by his wife, Joan, his son Jered (Cyrilla) and two granddaughters, Mckeena and Gabriella, ex-wife Patti Olsen,...
  •   Sandy Davis, 61, died Friday, Feb. 28, 2014, due to health complications. She was born on Nov. 2, 1952, in Wolf Point, to Keith Drew of Dallas, Texas, and Gracie Robinson of Miles City. She attended high school in Wenatchee, Wash. After high school, she went to college at San Jacinto where she studied nursing. She resided in Texas until...
  •   A flood control assessment study is under way to address options for the city, and an informational meeting will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday at Room 106 of Miles Community College to tell the public “what are we doing and what we are trying to accomplish,” said Flood Control Administrator Sam Malenovsky. At the meeting will be...