Registration is now open for Miles City’s Bowhunter Ed class. Classes will be held March 9 - 12 at the Region 7 Fish, Wildlife & Parks office. Online registration is required and open now through March 2nd, or until the class is full. Students may register online by going to http://fwp.mt.gov, and follow the links to...
On Saturday the Custer County District High School Cowgirls traveled to Lewistown and squeaked out a 57-55 win over the Lady Golden Eagles on the road.
A complete write-up and stats from Saturday’s game will appear in a later edition of the Star.
EDITOR’S NOTE: The sports editor is ill today, so complete write-ups of the weekend’s games are not available. The Star regrets the inconvenience.
The Custer County District High School Cowboys traveled to Glendive Friday night for what would become one of the most memorable match-ups in their longtime rivalry.
It came down to...
Wayne Lee Hill, 62, of Miles City, MT, passed away surrounded by family January 29, 2016.
Above all, Wayne was a father, grandfather and husband. Family was his biggest joy in life, especially his four grandchildren — Payton, Sasha, Trenton and Maycee.
Wayne was born November 28, 1953 in Miles City, MT, the son of Vern and Louise Hill...
Local author John L. Moore recently received the silver medallion for the Will Rogers Medallion Award for his novel, “Looking for Lynne,” an Ezra Riley novel.
In another project, Moore consulted for an upcoming horse documentary, which is due for release soon.
The medallion book award winners were announced Oct. 24 at an awards...
Mary Jeannette Hallman, daughter of Tabatha and Bradley Hallman of Rosebud, exchanged vows of marriage during an afternoon ceremony Sunday, Jan. 17, in the First Baptist Church of Miles City with Thorn Lawrence Morrison, son of Emma and Larry Morrison of Miles City. The couple is living in Rosebud.