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publish Monday-Friday, offering local, state and national/world
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Rosebud, Forsyth, Jordan and surrounding areas. Our
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TO THE MILES CITY STAR
At left is a
photo of a horse and cowboy competing during the World
Famous Miles City Bucking Horse Sale, held annually
on the third weekend in May. It is Miles City's banner
event. See BHS link on the right.
Updated May 21
Council updated on dike
The study of possible solutions to fix or replace the dike,
thereby lowering flood insurance requirements for residents,
is moving slowly until grant money is received.
Record rain on BHS Saturday
People got in nearly three days of Bucking Horse Sale festivities
before a torrential downpour early Saturday evening put
a little wrench in things.
Futurity added to BHS Saturday
While there are plenty of other rodeo activities involved
in the World Famous Miles City Bucking Horse Sale, the sale
itself remains the bedrock of activities on Saturday at
the Eastern Montana Fairgrounds.
Wild Horse Race bigger and
better this year
For years the Wild Horse Race has been one of the more popular
events at the World Famous Bucking Horse Sale. This year,
the Wild Horse Race is bigger and better.
Honor Flight vets to serve
as parade marshals
When the annual Bucking Horse Sale Parade heads down Main
Street on Saturday morning, there will be a change in the
lineup at the beginning of the parade.
Friday: Bring on the bulls
Friday evening at the World Famous Miles City Bucking Horse
will be plenty busy at the Eastern Montana Fairgrounds.
BHS tickets sales steady
Bucking Horse Sale tickets are “right where we typically
are at this point,” according to Terri Newby of the
Miles City Area Chamber of Commerce. While sales are going
well, Newby has noticed fewer foreign visitors requesting
New city clerk hired on a tie-breaker
Montana Department of Transportation’s local payroll
benefits technician, Lorrie Pearce, was appointed as the
new city clerk at the Miles City Council meeting Tuesday
night after Mayor Butch Grenz broke a tie vote.