Monthly archive

December, 2015

  • Scott Austin Price, 37, suspect in the murder of 78-year-old Ed Martin of Miles City and in the assault and kidnapping of wife Helen Martin, is in custody after being at large since the incident on Dec. 14. When contacted by the Miles City Star Tuesday evening, Miles City Police Chief Doug Colombik indicated he would issue a statement during...
  • Twin sons were born to Glenn and Vicki Larson of Keller, Texas, on Thursday, October 8, 2012.  Grandparents are Bob and Melody Haynes of Miles City and Virgil and Laura Larson of Wibaux.  Great-grandparents include Hap and Thelma Meade of Miles City.
  • The CCDHS Cowboys took the court in Sidney Friday night, while the girls battled Sidney at home. All four Cowboy teams were able to bring home a win while in Sidney. Parker Barnosky had a strong game, as well as Gavin Gundlach.    Varsity Stats Cowboys 61 - Eagles 32 Sidney     3     13    9    7...
  • Most people are familiar with the concept of the foundation - a charitable organization that makes grants based off an endowment. The Ford Foundation is probably one of the best known. There are also smaller versions of the same concept known as community foundations, established to help communities. There are many community foundations in Montana...
  • Cheryl Meier Roldan, 59, passed away on Dec. 16, 2015, after an extended illness. She was a very kind, funny, loving and beautiful daughter, sister, mother, grandmother and friend. She is survived by five children: Mandy, Brandon, Tomas, Michael and Corey; brother Charlie; sister Charlene; 13 grandchildren; and aunts and uncles. Services are being...
  • Generals hockey teams had a busy weekend. The Squirts traveled to Havre, the U14 Girls competed in Miles City and the High School team took on Flathead at home. “Great weekend by all.  This team is really starting to grow each week and improving all the time,” said Coach Brandon Taylor. The Squirts won all four of their games over...
  • The Cowboy wrestlers had two duals over the weekend, one in Huntley and one in Shepherd. Coach Jon Harris is very happy with the way his athletes did. “The wrestlers competed very well all weekend,” he said. The Cowboys won two duals against Broadus (30-12) and Columbus (30-24). They lost two duals, against Malta (30-36) and Huntley...
  • Friday afternoon the CCDHS Cowgirls’ teams took on Sidney at home. The outing was successful for all three Cowgirl teams, each coming up with a win. The varsity girls were ready to go Friday night against Sidney. The energy was high and they were excited to come in after their win against St. Labre the night before. The Cowgirls won 56-33....
  • Walter Harold Koehler, 73, of Terry, died Saturday, Dec. 19, 2015, at the Prairie Community Hospital in Terry, after a short, but valiant battle with cancer. A memorial service will be Tuesday, Dec. 22, 2015, at 11 a.m. at the Community Presbyterian Church in Terry. Interment will follow in the Prairie County Cemetery. Should friends desire,...