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Steps for Charity Challenge

"I LOVE the STEPS for CHARITY Challenge because now I think about how I can get more steps! When I drive to town, I park my car and WALK to run all my errands. I’ve learned that I can even get steps while brushing my teeth! It’s so much fun!...

Senior Citizen Center 2019 Recap

By Pat Ridenour Officers’ Reports: 2019 Attendance at Senior Center: January-197, February-191, March-169, April-189, May-192, June-177, July-160, August-127, September-165, October-235, November-166, and December -147. 2019 Congregate Meals:...

Quilt group donates to good causes

By Dawn Mraz The "Stitching A Blessing" quilt group, which meets bi-monthly at Faith Bible Church, donated forty quilts in 2019. Members include Ellen Smith, Elaine George, Sandy Smith, Jeanne...

Births - Clara Jean Greslin

Proud parents Clair Drane and Garrett Greslin announce the birth of their daughter, Clara Jean Greslin, born February 5, 2020. The little miss weighed 6 lb 3 oz and was 18.5" long. Maternal...

Historical Society meeting coming up

By Twila Talcott Historical Society Board members and any interested folks are asked to come to the museum for a meeting on the 21st of February at 3 p.m. Agenda will be to make plans for the upcoming museum season. It will be here before we know...

B-Ball teams play Custer-Hysham, Jordan

The Broadus Basketball teams played on short rest last week, traveling to Custer-Hysham on Thursday, and hosting Jordan on Friday. The games marked the penultimate regular season weekend of play,...

Broadus wrestlers compete at Divisional Tournament

Two Broadus wrestlers came within one place of a State berth at the Eastern B-C Divisional Tournament in Worden, last Saturday. Unfortunately for the Hawks, only the first four places advance to...

Landowners Invited to Forest Fuels Information Meeting

Submitted by Corey Swenson Anyone one who owns or operates land within the area encompassed by Hwy 212 on the north, the Sonnette Road on the east, Taylor Creek Road on the south and Otter Creek Hwy (484) on the west is cordially invited to attend...

Grazing Association to hold annual meeting

By Jackie Walden The Ashland Fort Howes Grazing Association will hold their annual meeting on Friday, February 21 at 2:00 p.m. at the Ashland Public School. Three organizations have committed to speak at that meeting on the value each organization...

The Importance of the Calf's First Meal

By Mike Schuldt, MSU Extension, Custer County The importance of colostrum as the first meal for a newborn is well known in all species; however, the importance of timing has been a topic of research....

License year begins March 1, other changes for 2020

Courtesy MT FWP As the current license year is winding down, hunters and anglers can look for a few immediate changes for the coming year. The new license year starts on March 1, which means that is the day you can buy your 2020 hunting and...

School Board discusses budget at monthly meeting

The Broadus School Board met Monday evening for the February meeting. Broadus student Chalee Harms gave a presentation to the board about her trip to Las Vegas in December, where she attended the Jr. World Championship Finals Rodeo. Chalee missed a...

Speech and Drama Seasons comes to an end

By Speech and Drama Coach Caroline Johnson WOW! What a magnificent season the Speech and Drama students have had this year! We had multiple wins throughout the season in both Speech and Drama Events....

Superintendent's Report

We have been fortunate so far this winter to have had mild temperatures and better than average road conditions. In cases of severe weather, one of my most troubling decisions has been to decide when we will cancel school. Sure, I have some general...

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