Monthly archive

September, 2015

  •   The 8th grade White and Gold volleyball teams White and Gold played the Sidney Eagles on Saturday at home.  The White team played first and showed excellent teamwork and played hard. They won the first set 25-18 and won the second set 25-14, which gave them the match win. All of the girls contributed with great determination for the...
  •   Linda Lou Clark of Miles City died Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015, in St. Vincent Healthcare in Billings. Services are pending.  
  •   The Miles City Cowgirls took on the Hardin Lady Bulldogs Thursday night at the CCDHS gymnasium. After a hard loss to Billings Central on Saturday, Head Coach Marci Mollman was hopeful about the game against Hardin.  After losing four seniors to graduation, the 2015 season was a bit of an unknown for the Cowgirls and Mollman, but she...
  •   By Star Staff Writer The Cowboy and Cowgirl cross country teams were in Hardin Saturday, competing against mostly Eastern A teams. There were more than 80 varsity runners for the boys and 60 for the girls.  Laurel topped the boys’ team standings with 46 points. Hardin was second with 48 points, and St. Labre third with 78. Class...
  •   The Miles City Council approved a resolution allowing a 40 percent waiver of building permit fees and water and sewer connection fees for the proposed Stower Commons, an affordable housing apartment complex that would build on Stower Street behind Albertsons.  The meeting was held Sept. 8. Alex Burkhalter of Housing Solutions LLC...
  •   Kelly Jo Haggerty, former Miles City resident, died Friday, Sept. 11, 2015, in the Rapid City Regional Hospital in South Dakota from a wide assortments of aliments. Her family and friends were with her. She and her twin sister, Kim, were born in Miles City on Oct. 21, 1959. Her brother, Kirk, joined them two years later. She grew up in...
  •   Jerry Rosencranz, 77, of Boyes died suddenly on Monday, Sept. 14, 2015, near Broadus. He was born on April 10, 1938, in Deadwood, South Dakota, to Frank and Susie Farnsworth Rosencranz. He worked on the family ranch and attended grade school through the eighth grade at Piniele.  Following school he ranched with his brother Ernest on...
  •   “I am on a roller coaster that only goes up, my friend,” was the motto from her granddaughter’s tee shirt that Teena Friesz adopted and believed in wholeheartedly and unwaiveringly. Teena Jo Clifford Friesz, 59, was born on June 16, 1956, in Fort Benning, Georgia, to Jack and Shirley Clifford. She rode an up, down a curvy...
  •   Tentative Schedule of Bands for 18th Annual “Music on Wings”  Miles City Bluegrass Music Festival Friday, Sept. 18   7 p.m. Open Stage   Saturday, Sept. 19   9 a.m. Workshop — The Woodpicks 10 a.m. Song Dog Serenade 11 a.m. Cotton Wood Noon The Woodpicks   1 p.m. High Plains Tradition   2 p.m...
  •   Miles Community College has something to celebrate: enrollment is up. The final numbers won’t be in until October 15, but currently the school is sitting at a total of 346.40 for enrollment, with the majority of the students from Montana. This time last year the enrollment total was at 338.3.  Every year since 1998, enrollment...