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Bank Transition Will Occur Monday

Courtesy Jeron Stonehocker Yellowstone Bank will officially enter Powder River County on Monday (September 20) after agreeing to acquire 1st Bank in Broadus from John and Eleanor Franklin. Yellowstone Bank, a long-established Montana bank based in...

Copelan Is New Physical Therapist At The Body Shop

Dr. Kate Copelan, née Riley, Physical Therapist, recently hung out her shingle at The Body Shop in Broadus. Copelan, a 2012 Broadus High grad and daughter of John and Julie Riley of Broadus,...

Art & Soul Show Draws Hundreds

By Lana Smith The Broadus fairgrounds were a busy place over the Labor Day weekend. It was not only the setting for the horse sale and all its accompanying events, but was the new location for Art...

Senior Center News

By Senior Center Director Rita Harden A new low income energy assistance program (or LIEAP) season has begun; brochures and applications are available at the Senior Center. This year, LIEAP has combined with LIHWAP (Home Water Assistance Program)....

Voices From The Past

September 16, 1921 Inhuman Practice Evade Stock Law Rather than invade the stock laws which forbid the “dogging” of cattle, it is said that a rather sharp practice is being adopted in this county which gets the same results but are diabolically...

Hawks Lose A Close Game On The Road

The Broadus Hawk Varsity Football team made the long trip to Grenora, North Dakota to face Mon-Dak, the cross border Westby/Grenora co-op team, last Friday. The game would prove to be a slug-fest,...

Cross Country Team Runs In SD, At Home

Last Thurday, the Broadus Lady Hawk Cross Country team traveled to the beautiful fork, or Belle Fourche, as French explorers named the confluence of the Belle Fourche and Redwater Rivers in present...

Lady Hawks Go 3 For 3 In Volleyball Action

The Broadus Lady Hawk varsity volleyball team won three matches in a row over the week. The team traveled to Wibaux on Friday night, facing a Wibaux team which had come into the weekend with an 0-2...

2021 Pest Management Tour Offers Credit Opportunities For Private Pesticide Applicators In SE Montana

Courtesy PR Extension Office Private applicators in need of additional credits for recertification prior to December 31, 2021, have an opportunity to attend the 2021 Pest Management Tour in early October, according to MSU Powder River Extension...

USDA Expands Assistance To Cover Feed Transportation Costs For Drought-Impacted Ranchers

WASHINGTON, September 8, 2021 — In response to the severe drought conditions in the West and Great Plains, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced today its plans to help cover the cost of transporting feed for livestock that rely on...

Eva Mader

Eva L. Mader, age 90, went to be with to be with her Lord and Savior in Glory on August 27, 2021 at Campbell County Memorial Hospital. She was born the youngest of five on December 6, 1930 to Ira B....

School Board Meets For September Meeting

With a light agenda for the evening, the school board meeting was short and sweet, last Monday. All members of the board were in attendance, including Chairwoman Amanda Zimmer, Vice-Chairman Patrick Emmons, Lori Fortner, Danny Johnson, Shasta...

Homecoming coming up next week

PRCDHS will hold its annual Homecoming celebration from September 20th through the 24th, with a theme of “American History and Military”. A number of times were not set as of printing on Tuesday, but here’s what we know. Monday will be...

Superintendent's Report

By Broadus Schools Superintendent Jim Hansen The last couple years have certainly been my most difficult as a superintendent. Providing education already has its unique issues, but COVID has given all of us a new set of challenges. Trustees updated...

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