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Public Comment Open for the South Otter Restoration and Resiliency Project

Courtesy Custer Gallatin National Forest PAO Kathryn Baker Ashland, MT- The Ashland Ranger District, Custer Gallatin National Forest is seeking public comment on the South Otter Restoration and Resiliency Project, which encompasses 293,500 acres of...

 

Steps for Charity Registration Due February 1st

By PR Extension Office Need motivation to move? Sign up today for the 4th annual Steps for Charity challenge. The event runs in February and March, some of the most difficult months for motivation to move. Register your four member teams, or regist...

 

COVID-19 Vaccinations begin at Powder River Manor

By Powder River County Public Health Officer Sean Hill CVS came to Powder River Manor to provide COVID vaccine for residents and staff on Friday, January 15, 2021. This was the first of three visits to provide vaccines. Each subsequent visit will be...

 

Lady Hawks take two out of three

The Lady Hawk Varsity team won both of their games over the weekend, beating both Wibaux and Custer/Hysham. On Friday, the Lady Hawks hosted the Wibaux Lady Longhorns. Broadus Head Coach Ashley...

 

Hawk Boys win three games in five days

The Broadus Hawk Boys Basketball Team defeated Wibaux and Custer/Hysham over the weekend. Broadus came out to an early lead against Wibaux, on Friday, and kept the pedal to the floor throughout the...

 

Williams & Day win at MT Circuit Finals

Taylor Williams and Radley Day of Volborg teamed up to win their second straight Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals Team Roping average championship, January 15-16 in Kalispell. The Finals, usually held in Great Falls, were moved to the Majestic...

 

Hawk wrestlers strut their stuff at Circle, Sidney

The Broadus Hawk Wrestling Team traveled to Circle and Sidney over the weekend. Broadus faced tough competition on Friday, as they squared off against wrestlers from Circle, who won the team state title at state last season, as well as teams from...

 

EMT Course Now Available at MCC

MILES CITY: Miles Community College is now offering an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) course held on the Miles City campus. This course is open to both credit and non-credit students looking to fulfill requirements for paramedicine programs...

 

Bowling Scores

Wicked Wednesday Entertainment 12-9-20 High team games: Dawn & Sandy, 350, Lori & Sommer, 304, Two Earleys, 282; high series: Dawn & Sandy, 1002, Lori & Sommer, 817, Two Earleys, 778. Individual games: Dawn Mraz, 218, Tracie Earley, 174, Sommer Schaf...

 

Keith Stevens

Keith Edward Stevens entered his heavenly mansion on January 18, 2021 at the age of 91 at Marias Care Center, Shelby, Montana after living a full life. Keith was born March 22, 1929 in Forsyth, Montan...

 

What Can Occupational Therapy Do for You?

By Kylie Randall, OTR/L Occupational Therapy focuses on providing the best quality of life for clients across the lifespan. We want to help our clients engage in their daily routines and favorite...

 

Lockwood out with jaw injury

Jess Lockwood, two time World PBR Bull Riding Champ and Powder River County native, stepped on his first bull of the 2021 season, last Saturday at the PBR Monster Energy Invitational in Ocala, Florida. The first ride, atop Detroit Lean, did not take...

 

Extension Ag Winter Series Next Week

By PR Extension Office The annual Extension Ag Winter Series will be held on Wednesday, January 27th, according to Powder River Extension Agent Mary Rumph. The program will be held at the Broadus Community Center beginning at 1:00 p.m. Three...

 

Voices from the Past

Friday, January 21, 1921 Thrown From Wagon; Ear Nearly Severed When the rough lock broke on his wagon, Huey Rouney was thrown from his seat underneath the horses and sustained severe injuries. His face was bruised considerably and his left ear was ne...

 

Junior Ag Loans Available Through Montana Department of Agriculture

Loans up to $8,500 available to young Montana farmers and ranchers Helena, Mont. – Montana youth ages 21 and under may be eligible for up to $8,500 in loan financing through the Montana Department of Agriculture’s (MDA) Junior Agriculture Loan...

 

Virtual Parenting Course offered by MSU Extension

By PR Extension Office Develop your parenting skills through a virtual Active Parenting course developed by Dr. Michael Popkin, parenting expert and father, and facilitated by MSU Extension Agents. The class is designed for parents of children...

 

COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS

January 4, 2021 Commissioners Donna Giacometto, Lee Randall and John Olson present. Meeting was called to order and no public comment was heard at this time. The board discussed the nomination of Chairman and John Olson motioned for Lee Randall to...

 

Fungus That Causes White-Nose Syndrome Found In Eastern Montana

Public asked to keep a look-out for dead/dying bats this winter HELENA – Samples taken in six eastern Montana counties this past summer have tested positive for the fungus that causes white-nose syndrome (WNS) disease in bats. The presence of the...

 

PR COUNTY CLAIMS

December 2020 Careersmart Learning 549.00 Globalstar USA 88.99 Home Depot Credit Services 1702.37 Incontact Inc. 316.49 Jesse Ambulance Service 105.00 Mark Huseby 2540.00 Morrison-Maierle Systems Corp 26406.34 North Star Equipment LLC 45000.00...

 

Legislative Roundup - Week 2

By Austin Amestoy UM Legislative News Service University of Montana School of Journalism Tense Standoff Between Legislators Disrupts First Gun Bill Debate in Montana House The Montana Senate will now consider a bill that would greatly expand where...

 

Wrestler Spotlight

By Broadus Hawk Wrestling Coach Frankie Schoonover Gavin Severeide was born in Gillette, Wyoming. He moved to Broadus to fire up his freshman year as a Hawk. Gavin has participated in football and bas...

 

4-H News

The Mizpah Masters held their second meeting on December 16, 2020 at the Fire Hall. President, Avery Kramme, opened the meeting. Becca Aye led the American Pledge and Justin Aye led the 4-H Pledge. Minutes from the last meeting were read by Justin...

 

Holding Joy and Grief

Courtesy PR Extension Office Pandemic fatigue is real, yet there is a light at the end of the tunnel. As the new year begins, it may be important to seek joy and make space for the grief that many of us have felt throughout the pandemic according...

 

Swenson makes CSC President's List

CHADRON, NEB. -- Chadron State College has announced the names of 328 students who qualified for the institution's Fall 2020 President's List. The students have a 4.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale. To qualify, students must be enrolled in 12...

 

Births - Shay Lynn Williams

Shay Lynn Williams was born December 30, 2020 to parents Taylor and Joey Williams of Volborg. She weighed 6 lbs. and was 19.5 inches long. Shay joins brothers Landon and Carson. Paternal grandparents...

 

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