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A Centennial County Fair in 2020!

Courtesy PR Extension Service In August of 2020, Powder River County will celebrate its 100th County Fair, according to Powder River Extension Agent Mary Rumph. The Centennial Fair promises to be a BIG event complete with entertainment, exhibits,...

 

Start the New Year with Exercise - Arthritis Exercise Classes Begin January 13th

January is a great time to begin a gentle exercise program. The Arthritis Exercise classes offered by MSU Extension- Powder River are gentle, yet as strenuous as an individual wants to make them. Hand-held weights and resistance bands are available...

 

Sheriff's Office to begin testing window tint

The Powder River County Sheriff’s Office now has a window tint meter, which gauges the darkness of windows. The deputies will be using this gauge to check vehicles to ensure they fall within legal limits. Montana statute limits window tint to...

 

Hawk wrestlers make the podium in Glasgow, Hettinger

The Broadus Wrestling Squad competed in three matches over the past month, including a mixer at Baker, the Glasgow Tournament, and last weekend, in Hettinger, ND. We spoke with Broadus Head Wrestling Coach Frankie Schoonover on Monday, where he...

 

Phillips retires after 25 years of service to the community

By Kerry Gardner We thank Jaci Phillips, DNP for her 25 years of medical service to the patients of this community. Jaci started working as a CNA at the Powder River Manor and realized she loved worki...

 

Lockwood takes 3rd in NYC

PBR Champion Bullrider Jess Lockwood kicked off his 2020 season at the Buckoff at Madison Square Garden in New York City over the weekend. Jess rode 3 of 4 bulls, winning the final round with a 91.75...

 

"Wild About 4-H" – Mini-Congress

Courtesy PR County Extension Wild it was as twenty-eight youth split into four teams and ran the obstacle course which included a crab walk, jumping jacks, stair climb, ride an inflated horse the...

 

Real Estate Transfers

Estate of George Morella, Etal, Linda Lou Morella AKA Linda L. Morella, Etal to Linda Lou Morella AKA Linda L. Morella, Notice of Termination Joint Tenancy, T5S, R52E, Sec. 15, SE4SW4, SW4SE4; T5S, R52E, Sec. 21, N2NE4, NE4NW4; T5S, R52E, Sec. 22,...

 

Basketball teams play St. Labre, Busby

The Broadus Varsity teams played in two games over the weekend, at home facing St. Labre on Friday, and then traveling to Busby to play Northern Cheyenne Tribal School on Saturday. Here are the game details. Boys Broadus Boys Head Coach Mike...

 

Extension Ag Winter Series January 21st

Courtesy PR Extension Weeds to be aware of, herbicide resistance, forage quality, ration balancing and the importance of staying safe on the ranch are all topics that will be discussed at the annual Extension Ag Winter Series scheduled for...

 

Chamber News

By Jessica Malone We hope you all had a wonderful Christmas! Thank you to everyone that participated in the Broadus Christmas Stroll and who chose to shop locally this season. Your support of small businesses is the gift that gives all year!...

 

Powder River First Responder/ Jesse Ambulance 2019 review

By Shane & Kesa Copps Happy New Year to Powder River County, our friends and neighbors. We hope the new year is prosperous and that we all are able to stay safe. We had a very busy year in 2019 and want to share some of these things with you. Our...

 

Letters To The Editor

Remembering Carol Cain Memories of a little girl with pig tails long ago And a strawberry birthmark on her big toe She came into this world down Christmas lane That’s why us older kids chose Carol for her name We loved the Christmas carols we...

 

Dallas Merchant

Dallas Howard Merchant passed away peacefully on Monday December 30, 2019 at the Friendship Villa in Miles City, MT at the age of 91. Dallas was born March 30, 1928 in Miles City, MT to Pete and Dora...

 

Lewis Hoffman

Lewis Eugene Hoffman, age 65, passed away in Rapid City, SD on January 6, 2020 with his wife and son by his side. He was born June 16, 1954 in Belle Fourche, South Dakota to Violet (Amen) and George...

 

Church Notes

OUR SAVIOR’S LUTHERAN CHURCH-ELCA Pastor Julie Long, 436-2457 “Rooted in the Word, Dwelling in Christ, Branching out for the sake of the World” All are welcome! Please join us! Sunday worship 11:00 A.M. followed by time of fellowship. Holy...

 

Lutheranism 101

By Laura Lee Ullrich Have you ever wondered just what “Lutherans believe? Perhaps you are a cradle Lutheran but haven’t attended a church in a while, or maybe you have been attending but could use a refresher course. Pastor Julie Long and Lay...

 

2019 Recap - Senator Bogner

Senate District 19, The first year of my term as your Senator has now come to a close. A lot has happened in that year and I want to take a moment to recap it. The year started with Montana’s 66th Legislative session. During the session I...

 

30 Years Ago

Thursday, Early January, 1990 Local couple purchase Miles City business Jack and Mary Lou Deibel of the South Volborg area on Pumpkin Creek have recently purchased the Miles City Saddlery which was closed due to fire and water damage in June,...

 

BPA students test their skills at Regional Tournament

The Business Professionals is America (BPA) chapter headed to Baker for the regional competition on Monday, December 16th. There were nine teams including Broadus, Forsyth, Colstrip, Hardin, Baker, Custer, Lodge Grass, St. Labre, Plevna. Our team...

 

6th Grade Girls Play Colstrip

By Jerry Coulter The Broadus 6th grade girls, coached by Jerry Coulter, played a basketball game against Colstrip on December 21st. Broadus led 8-0 after the 1st quarter, 16-0 at half, 22-0 after the 3rd quarter and won the game 28-6. Scoring for...

 

4-H News

On Dec. 6th, 2019 the Hammond Helpers had their second meeting. We learned about parliamentary procedure using trail mix. We discussed fund raising projects and chose the fund raising committee members. We also talked about our yearly program plan...

 

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