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 By Billy Stuver    News    July 19, 2018

Slug Mills: Historian, Collector, Businessman

The man cuts an impressive figure as he enters a room, generally clad in his favorite color – red. When that room is in his personal museum of local memories, and he begins to explain what lies...

 
 By Billy Stuver    News    July 12, 2018

County Compensation Board Meets

The county compensation board met Monday at the courthouse, for a meeting to discuss the salaries of elected county officials. Present at the Board were the three County Commissioners, Darold Zimmer, Donna Giacometto, and Rod Schaffer, as well as...

 
 By Billy Stuver    News    July 12, 2018

4th of July events draw a crowd

The 4th of July Parade, put on the by the Chamber of Commerce, and led by Grand Marshal Charlie Barbero was a very well attended event this year, with Pete Wenzel and Julie Collins providing MC...

 
 By Billy Stuver    News    July 12, 2018

Several small fires start over the weekend

Broadus VFD firefighters responded to several fires over the weekend, most of which were started by lightning from storms on Friday night. On Saturday, a 4.5 acre fire was doused on Butte Creek, in the southern end of Powder River County, on Russ...

 
 By Billy Stuver    News    July 12, 2018

Fairly slow 4th of July Holiday for Sheriff's Office

The Powder River County Sheriff’s Department had a fairly uneventful 4th of July week, according to Sheriff Allen Drane, Jr. Deputy Brenden Stevenson arrested an individual on a felony warrant out of Yellowstone County during a traffic stop, a...

 
 By Billy Stuver    News    July 12, 2018

Notes on the Online Paper

Several questions have been brought to The Examiner’s attention regarding the new online version of the paper. The online version of the week’s paper will come out on Fridays, barring any technical issues. The current plan is to make PDFs of the...

 
 By Billy Stuver    News    July 5, 2018

Newly stationed Game Warden set to patrol the hills

After spending the fall hunting season of 2017 without a local game warden, Powder River County welcomes FWP Warden Kyle Queer to the area. Kyle initially moved to Broadus last winter, but was away...

 
 By Billy Stuver    News    May 24, 2018

The Curious Case of the Full Time Commissioners

You hear the conversation while leaning against the counter at the coffee shops, sitting around the breakfast table, bellied up to the bar, or browsing Facebook. An ongoing conversation about the Powder River County Commissioners’ salaries has...

 

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