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Annual Powder River Health Fair Coming Up April 11

By Kerry Gardner Powder River Health Fair is 22 years strong and this service is available to any and all in Broadus and surrounding areas. We are offering the same blood tests as in the last couple of years, please call 436-2651 to reserve a time...

Assessor's Office to close at end of month

The Assessor’s Office in Broadus is set to close at the end of February. The closure of the Broadus office comes at the tail end of a spate of closures across the state, due to a budget hit for the Montana Department of Revenue. The majority of...

Senior Center Recruiting for Work Program

The Powder River Senior Center is recruiting participants for the Experience Works program. Experience Works is a national, nonprofit organization operating the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) in 45 Montana Counties. Funded...

Real Estate Transfers

Estate of Carl R. Phillips, Etal, Patricia Phillips, Etal to Patricia Phillips, Statement of Acknowledgement, T3S, R47E, Sec. 20, SE4SE4, TRACT OF LAND CONTAINING 3.161 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, COS #123238. RLRB, LLC to Rock Creek Ranch, LLC,...

Powder River Conservation District, NRCS Gathering Local Input

By Shanna Talcott The Powder River Conservation District and Broadus Natural Resources Conservation Service encourage Powder River County agricultural producers to participate in the upcoming Local Working Group meetings. The purpose of the LWG...

Broadus Basketball Teams Compete At Districts, Boys move on to Divisional Tournament

Last week, the District Basketball Tournament was held from Wednesday through Saturday in Miles City. Here are the results for the Broadus teams. Girls The Broadus Lady Hawks finished out their...

Bowling Results

Kingpin 2-4-19 High team games: PR Lanes, 723, Big Sky Bar, 720, Big Sky Bar, 716; high series: Big Sky Bar, 2124, PR Lanes, 2005, Askin Construction, 1947. Individual games: Bill Alderman, 226, Eric Gotfredson, 220, Josh Aurand, 213; high series:...

Livestock Reports Due March 1

Montanans have just a few more weeks to report the livestock they own in order to pay the per capita fees set yearly by the Montana Board of Livestock. Livestock reports are due March 1. Owners can report online at Report YourLivestock.mt.gov....

Lori Mellville

Lori "Streamie" Mellville, age 85 passed away Feb 12, 2019 in her home surrounded by the love of her family and her animal companions: Coco, Pita, Dodgie, Red, Maddie and Oscar (in spirit). Lori was...

Louise Richardson

Louise Catherine Richardson went to be with her Lord on February 14, 2019. How appropriate that she would meet the one she loved the most on Valentine's Day. Louise was born September 29, 1922 to...

Potential for ice jams and related flooding greatest in February and March

HELENA, Mont. – Damaging floods caused by ice jams are a fact of life along many Montana rivers and streams. The Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC) would like to remind residents that February and March have the...

Elk and deer permit applications due March 15

For those hunters interested in applying for elk or deer permits for the 2019 season a critical deadline is approaching, March 15. Fortunately, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks online application process and application packet make it simple to...

Approved 2019 open water fishing contests

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks has approved the open water fishing contests for the 2019 season. Participants must comply with state fishing regulations, including daily and possession limits. Applications for fishing contests may be approved,...

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