Monthly archive

November, 2015

  • Miles Community College’s Careers and University department hosted Cupcakes and Careers nights as a way of trying out and introducing a new Personal Employee Plan (PEP) to the students by tempting them with sweet treats. On Tuesday, the treat was cookies with a mini candy bar sealed between them.  The new P.E.P. is a three-stage system...
  •   The front page of the Miles City Star in 1915 always featured updates on the latest war in Europe. The United States was still hoping they wouldn’t have to get involved, so they attempted to be somewhat even handed in the reporting. Once the USA was involved against the Germans and Austrians, virulent anti-German sentiment would...
  •   Washington Middle School is fielding quite the wrestling team this winter. Their first meet was Tuesday in Hardin, and they did a mixer at CCDHS for the local athletes Thursday night. Their next set of matches is at the Forsyth Invite Saturday November 14 at 10 a.m.   6th Graders Dalton Tvedt Thomas Vermeire Orrin Russell Clay Helm...
  •   The Custer County Cowboys will continue their playoff action Saturday at 1 p.m. at Connors Stadium. The Cowboys will be taking on the Whitefish Bulldogs in the semi-final round. The Cowboys played Whitefish last year in the quarters and the Bulldogs ended with the win. This is the third time the Bulldogs have made the trip to Miles City,...
  •   The high school lunch program introduced this fall will continue, the Miles City Unified Board of Trustees decided Tuesday, and they will revisit it yearly instead of quarterly.  According to Custer County District High School Principal Beez Lucero, the program is going well and has been well received by the students.  They have...
  •   Christmas will come to Miles City a little early this year when 14 trees decorated for the holiday season will be displayed and auctioned off during the third annual Festival of Trees on Saturday, Nov. 14, at the Town and Country Club. In addition to the Christmas trees, holiday centerpieces and baskets also will be on display and will be...
  •   By ELAINE FORMAN           Star Staff Writer Connors Stadium is in big demand, and a scheduling conflict came before the Miles City Council Tuesday night.  The Miles City Outlaw Baseball Club requested dates to hold an annual baseball tournament at both Connors Stadium and Tedesco Field. The American Legion...
  •   Mildred Marie Pickering Boardman died November 11, 2015, at the home of her daughter, Tana Rangel, in Stanton, North Dakota. She was born February 10, 1928, at the family home near Hysham, Montana.  On January 11, 1947, she married Virgil Boardman. They raised three daughters while living in Forsyth, Teri (Taylor) Cox of Miles City, MT...
  •   Georgia Ruth (Gould) Damm, 86, died in the early morning on Monday, Nov. 9, 2015, in the Powder River Manor in Broadus with her loving husband, Stanley E. Damm, by her side. She was born Sept. 19, 1929, at Old Boyes. Visitation will be Friday, Nov. 13, 2015, at Stevenson & Sons Funeral Home in Broadus. Funeral services will be Saturday...