Category: Classifieds


FREE WOOD pallets behind Miles City Star in parking lot. WOOD ones only.

103 Announcements

THE LOCAL Hotline for Domestic violence and sexual assault. 1-800-799-7233. All day, all night, toll-free

THE LOCAL Hotline for Domestic violence and sexual assault. 1-888-820-5437. All day, all night, toll-free

200 Help Wanted

ENTRY LEVEL position, 1st National Pawn. Starting salary $2200.00 a month. Call 232-2810 or stop at  2913 Main Street for more information.

NIGHT AUDITOR. responsible for checking guests in and out, running audit paper work and other duties as assigned. Full Time, 11pm-7am, $12 per hour. Pick up application at Comfort Inn

201 Situations Wanted

Ranch Work wanted: Experienced worker looking for a permanent employment. Knowledgeable with cattle work, haying calving, feeding, mechanical skills, welding. References available. 406-852-3237

213 Services

AFAB SUMP & Septic 7 days a week. Call Howard at 406-853-0199

ALAN’S PAINTING and Home Improvement. Free Estimates. Brush, roll, or spray. Houses, decks, log homes, fences, barns and more. 234-6407

D&D HOME Improvement for all your home care needs. Eco friendly. Licensed and insured. 406-853-4383.

HOUSE PAINTING, Remodeling. Garages, barns, etc in Miles City and surround towns. Sterling West 406-951-1089

KNIFE SHARPENING. Can drop off at Montana Made store. Put in paper bag or cardboard box with name, address and phone number or call 406-853-0196

LOIS CARROLL Trucking Services. Livestock, hay,  farm. Located in Miles City, MT. Call 406-679-5316,406-234-5132.

300 Misc. for Sale

AYES PUMPKIN Patch, 171 Harvest Lane, opens October 1. Hours: 4pm-dark week days, 9am-dark weekends. You pick so dress appropriately. Find us on facebook.  234-3809

COLOR COPIES - Star Printing Supply Co. Sizes 8.5”x11” to 11”x17” 406-233-1180

LIKE NEW 2009 Titan. 3 horse, slant, wood floor, tack room, bumper pull. 406-853-3255

WANT TO save or protect an important document? We can laminate it for you - Credit card size up to 11”x17”. Star Printing and Supply, 818 Main. 406-233-1180.

305 Musical

PIANO TUNING in  Miles City and surrounding communities, call Chuck Sawyer. 234-6150.

314 Hay

2000 TON of 2016 winter wheat hay. 5 loads pea hay. 700 ton 1st cutting alfalfa grass. 200 ton 2nd cutting alfalfa grass. 1000 ton of 2015 grass alfalfa. Call Charles Moore for pricing. 406-951-1650

3RD CUTTING bale alfalfa. 1 bale or a train load. 232-6140

ALL CLASSES of hay for sale. 3X4X8 squares and rounds. Also have flax bales for windbreak
or silage balls. Call Kevin 701-440-5576

HAY BARLEY for sale. Located in North Phillips County. $100/ton. Scott Anderson 406-674-5462 or 406-390-1554

315 Wanted to Buy

WANTED: DEER & Elk antlers. Brown or white. Sheds, racks, mounts. Toll Free 1-866-245-9139 or, 406-853-6554

317 Rummage Sales

Saturday 9am-2pm. NEW fishing stuff, guns and hunting items. Men’s shirts, household items, miscellaneous.

Riverside Park, Main Street. Saturday 8am-noon. Local vendors, produce. New vendors welcome.

Trying Again
810 S SEWELL  
 Saturday, Oct 1st. 8am-3pm. Multi Family Moving and Estate Sale. 12’ boat, drill press, band saw with stand, other tools. Antique rocking chair, furniture and household items, etc.

319 Building Material

FROM SUNWALD Factories, Big & Small Steel Buildings. Ultimate Quality. Below Dealer Pricing. Free Free Consulting Services Available. Wholesale. Construction, Erection. Ask About Seconds, Quick Delivery. No Broker. One Time Factory Deals. 406-545-4306

501 Apts for Rent

2 BEDROOM ground floor in 4 plex. Washer, dryer hook-ups. No smoking. May allow pet. 406-951-1911

STUDIO, 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom apartments. No smoking, No pets. Call Nancy, 951-1042

503 Mobile Homesites

FOR RENT in Forsyth, mobile home space. $225 monthly. Call Dennis 406-671-7781

505 Misc for Rent

J&J STORAGE has units of all sizes for rent. 406-232-4910 or 406-951-4409

WILL PASTURE a few cows, close in. 232-1141 or 406-951-1371

701 Trucks for Sale

KW TRUCK T600. Cummins N14, 10 new tires, fresh alignment. 406-951-1089

903 Legals

Probate No DP 2016-34
Judge Michael B. Hayworth
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed Personal Representative of the above-named estate. All persons having claims against the said deceased are required to present their claims within four (4) months after the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred.
Claims must either be mailed to Joshua, R. Rath, the Personal Representative, return receipt requested, c/o Lucas & Tonn, P.C., Attorneys at Law, P.O. Box 728, Miles City, Montana 59301, or filed with the Clerk of the above-entitled Court.
DATED: August 29, 2016.
Joshua R. Rath
Personal Representative
Lucas & Tonn, P.C.
Attorneys for Estate
By: Daniel Z. Rice.
(Published September 21, 28, and October 5, 2016)


The following is the complete text of an amendment to the Montana Constitution that will be submitted to the voters of the state of Montana at the November 8, 2016 General Election. The text of the amendment below is being published under the authority of Section 13-27-311, Montana Code Annotated. To review the ballot language of the constitutional amendment, please refer to the Voter Information Pamphlet or the Secretary of State Office website at  Questions can be emailed to, or you may contact us by phone at the toll free number 1-888-884-8683 (VOTE).
WHEREAS, the People of the State of Montana find that a crime victim in Montana is entitled to enhanced, specific, and meaningful rights to participate in criminal and youth court proceedings and enact the following new section of Article II of The Constitution of the State of Montana.  The section is named for a noted victim of crime, Marsy, in whose name many states have enacted comparable reforms.
NEW SECTION.  Section 1.  Article II of The Constitution of the State of Montana is amended by adding a new section 36 that reads:
Section 36. Rights of crime victims. (1) To preserve and protect a crime victim's right to justice, to ensure a crime victim has a meaningful role in criminal and juvenile justice systems, and to ensure that a crime victim’s rights and interests are respected and protected by law in a manner no less vigorous than the protections afforded to a criminal defendant and a delinquent youth, a crime victim has the following rights, beginning at the time of victimization:
(a) to due process and to be treated with fairness and respect for the victim's dignity;
(b) to be free from intimidation, harassment, and abuse;
(c) to be reasonably protected from the accused and any person acting on the accused's behalf;
(d) to have the victim's safety and welfare considered when setting bail and making release decisions;
(e) to prevent the disclosure of information that could be used to locate or harass the victim or that contains confidential or privileged information about the victim;
(f) to privacy, including the right to refuse an interview, deposition, or other discovery request and to set reasonable conditions on the conduct of any interaction to which the victim consents;
(g) to receive reasonable, accurate, and timely notice of and to be present at all proceedings involving the criminal conduct, plea, sentencing, adjudication, disposition, release, or escape of the defendant or youth accused of delinquency and any proceeding implicating the rights of the victim;
(h) to be promptly notified of any release or escape of the accused;
(i) to be heard in any proceeding involving the release, plea, sentencing, disposition, adjudication, or parole of the defendant or youth accused of delinquency and any proceeding implicating the rights of the victim;
(j) to confer with the prosecuting attorney;
(k) to provide information regarding the impact the offender's conduct had on the victim for inclusion in the presentence or predisposition investigation report and to have the information considered in any sentencing or disposition recommendations submitted to the court;
(l) to receive a copy of any presentence report and any other report or record relevant to the exercise of a right of the victim, except for those portions made confidential by law;
(m) to the prompt return of the victim's property when no longer needed as evidence in the case;
(n) to full and timely restitution.  All money and property collected from a person who has been ordered to make restitution must be applied first to the restitution owed to the victim before paying any amounts owed to the government.
(o) to proceedings free from unreasonable delay and to a prompt and final conclusion of the case and any related postjudgment proceedings;
(p) to be informed of the conviction, sentence, adjudication, place and time of incarceration, or other disposition of the offender, including any scheduled release date, actual release date, or escape;
(q) to be informed of clemency and expungement procedures; to provide information to the Governor, the court, any clemency board, or any other authority and to have that information considered before a decision is made; and to be notified of any decision before the release of the offender; and
(r) to be informed of the above rights and to be informed that the victim may seek the advice and assistance of an attorney with respect to the above rights. This information must be made available to the general public and provided to all crime victims on what is referred to as a Marsy's card.
(2) A victim, the victim's attorney, the victim's legal representative, or the prosecuting attorney at the request of the victim may assert and seek enforcement of the rights enumerated in this section and any other right afforded to the victim by law in any trial or appellate court or any other authority with jurisdiction over the case as a matter of right. The court or other authority shall act promptly on the request, affording a remedy by due course of law for the violation of any right. The reasons for any decision regarding disposition of a victim's right must be clearly stated on the record.
(3) This section may not be construed to deny or disparage other rights possessed by victims. This section applies to criminal and youth court proceedings, is self-executing, and requires no further action by the Legislature.
(4) As used in this section, the following definitions apply:
(a) "Crime" means an act defined as a felony, misdemeanor, or delinquency under state law.  
(b) "Victim" means a person who suffers direct or threatened physical, psychological, or financial harm as a result of the commission or attempted commission of a crime.
(i) The term includes:
(A) a spouse, parent, grandparent, child, sibling, grandchild, or guardian of the victim;
(B) a person with a relationship to the victim that is substantially similar to a relationship described in subsection (4)(b)(i)(A); and
(C) a representative of a victim who is a minor or who is deceased, incompetent or incapacitated.
(ii) The term does not include the accused or a person who the court believes would not act in the best interests of a minor or of a victim who is deceased, incompetent or incapacitated.
(Published September 28, October 5, 19, and 26, 2016)