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Hawks Compete At Home Mixer

A crowd of local wrestling fans descended on the "Hawk Dome" last Thursday to see the Broadus High wrestlers take on opponents from across Southeastern Montana, at the Broadus Wrestling Mixer. Teams...

 

Several File For Local Offices

Filing for State and County offices opened earlier this month; the deadline for filing is March 14. Individuals filing for positions as of Monday included Catherine Landa for Justice of the Peace, Cynde Jo Gatlin for Clerk & Recorder, and Nancy...

 

Sponsor A Steps For Charity Team

By PR Extension Office Do you need incentive to walk? Do your employees walk as part of their jobs? Consider sponsoring a Steps for Charity team. It’s a win, win event designed to promote physical activity AND raise funds for local charities....

 

Freezing Temperatures Bring Potential for Ice Jams and Related Flooding

HELENA, MT - Damaging floods caused by ice jams are a fact of life in winter along many Montana rivers and streams. The Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC) reminds residents to be observant and prepared for flooding...

 

Commissioner Proceedings

Monday, January 10, 2022 Chairman Lee Randall called meeting to order at 8:30 a.m. in the commissioner’s office, Powder River County Courthouse. Commissioners Donna Giacometto and John Olson were present. 8:30 a.m. - The board discussed a request...

 

Dinardi Opens New Salon In Broadus

A new salon opened in Broadus in late fall - Wyld Roots Studio, owned and operated by Brittney Dinardi. Located at 105 North Park Avenue west of the courthouse, Brittney told us Wyld Roots...

 

The Race was On...75 Years Ago

By Shane Dunning www.redshalereflections.com The Race was On...75 Years Ago This June will mark the 75th anniversary of a most extraordinary Montana horse race. In 1947, the Range Riders Rodeo...

 

B-ball Teams Add More Wins At Home Against Plevna, Terry

Broadus Varsity basketball teams brought home wins last weekend against Plevna and Terry. On Tuesday the teams traveled to Ekalaka, while the schedule is a bit light for the weekend ahead, with a Boys...

 

COVID-19 Update

Powder River County Public Health Nurse Darlynn Williams tells us that free COVID-19 at - home rapid tests are available through her office and the medical clinic, with more tests on the way through the federal testing program. Folks may also go...

 

Nellie Mae (Berry) Davis

Nellie Mae Berry was born on April 26, 1934, the second of two daughters to William and Lilly Berry. She grew up in the Sheep Mountains of Carter County helping her parents on the ranch with the...

 

Edgar "Eddie" Malley Jr.

Edgar "Eddie" Malley Jr., age 70, of Miles City passed away on January 8, 2022 at his home in Miles City surrounded by his family. Edgar "Eddie" Robert Malley, Jr. was born in Belle Fourche, South Dak...

 

Court Report

Powder River Co. Sheriff’s Office Haydar Yehya, Orlando, FL, stop sign violation, pled guilty, $65. Brandon Bell, Ruston, WA, stop sign violation, $85. Jonathan Cuevas, Prattville, AL, speeding in restricted zone (88/65) $95. Jerey Holiman,...

 

Voices From the Past

January 27, 1922 Three Teams on the Broadus-Volborg Route Three teams and a bobsled were used on the Broadus-Volborg mail route the past week with Arlie Dungan as driver and accompanied by Dick Witcher, the regular carrier. On account of impassible...

 

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