Monthly archive

December, 2013

  •   Kathlene “Kathy” Nunn, 55, of Miles City died Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013, at the Holy Rosary Extended Care in Miles City after a long battle with lung disease surrounded by her family. She was born on Feb. 28, 1958, in Miles City, the daughter of Elton and Edna Meidinger.  She attended school in Miles City and later went back...
  •   Kathryn Huston, 88, of Jordan died Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013, at the Garfield County Nursing Home in Jordan. Kathryn Elnora Haney was born Dec. 13, 1924, to Alfred and May Jones Haney at the home of Mrs. Ida Willman who attended to her mother. Her early years were spent on the homestead northwest of Jordan on Snow Creek. She was born the next...
  •    Mary Lou Huber, 73, of Miles City died Friday, Dec. 13, 2013, at Friendship Villa following a battle with Alzheimer’s. Mary Lou and Milo Huber were married in 1960 and had just celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary shortly before his death in 2010.   She is survived by her daughters, Deani (Doug) Goyette, Dana...
  •   If you’re needing a little more time to sign up for health insurance, consider it an early holiday gift: a one-week extension of the deadline to sign up for insurance. Individuals now have until December 23 to enroll in an insurance plan that begins coverage on the first of the new year.  Our organization works to provide primary...
  •   Dear editor, It’s the time of year to give thanks, and it’s been over a year since the Ash Creek Fire of 2012 - the largest in the state’s history. Our sincere thanks for all the overwhelming support during and after the fire. Mother Nature blessed us this year with plentiful moisture, and hopefully we’re all getting...
  •   Dear editor, On November 25, the highway traffic fatalities in Montana reached a staggering 211 - that is 17 more than at this time a year ago. Why have we forgotten our basic fundamentals? Facts show that you are 95 percent safer when you are buckled in your seatbelt. Those are some good odds, right? And further data show that 75 percent...
  •   Dear editor, We’d like to thank the kind-hearted people who stole the Christmas packages from 109 Winchester that the post office left on the porch. It is a federal offense to steal mail. Hope you enjoy the big camouflage down pillows, homemade heat pads, towels, etc. Merry Christmas. Joy Bickle Miles City
  •   Dear editor, Citizens of Miles City: I would like to bring to your attention the recent vandalism that has occurred in Riverside Park. Recently Phase 1 of Riverside Park was completed, which included walk paths, lights and a new restroom facility. There have already been several acts of vandalism to this park since this summer. Three lights...
  •   Friday, Dec. 13 — Open house with refreshments and tours starting each half hour until 4 p.m., 2:30-4:30 p.m., Fort Keogh; Art Walk, 5-8 p.m., in Loft Gallery at Discovery Pond; Many Miles City stores in downtown Miles City open until 8 p.m.; Vendors on Main Street and North Ninth Street in downtown Miles City, until 8 p.m.; Barn...
  •   By DENISE HARTSE Star Staff Writer Christmas is a time of giving ... of giving gifts, of giving happiness and of giving assistance to others. Many adults take time of do volunteer work during this time of year, but volunteerism is not just for grown-ups. Children and teenagers can volunteer to help others also, and not just at Christmas,...