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Broadus hosts wrestling mixer

Several years have elapsed since Broadus last hosted a high school wrestling event. That changed last Thursday, as Circle and Baker wrestlers converged on Broadus to wrestle in a mixer. The event...

 

District Court Roundup

Several cases are ongoing in Judge Michael Hayworth’s District Court. A case is currently pending against Catherine Breuer of Broadus on a meth charge. On July 12, 2018, a person matching Breuer’s description was seen in Broadus sitting in a...

 

Cigarette melts planter at Post Office

A small fire caused by a lit cigarette melted a planter in front of the Post Office last Saturday. The flames were quickly extinguished by local fire and police officials and no major damage was done, but not before a good amount of fumes filled the...

 

Manor residents have new source of entertainment

The Powder River Manor now has a new tool to help residents enjoy their time at the Manor – the omiVista mobii. The device is in essence an interactive projector, which shoots an image onto a...

 

Lockwoods tie for 11th in Sacramento

Both Lockwood brothers scored on one bull out of four attempts at the PBR Unleash the Beast – Wrangler Long Live Cowboys Classic rodeo in Sacramento, California last weekend. Jess scored a 87.75 on his ride in round one, and Jake an 87.25 in round...

 

Broadus B-Ball teams go 3-0 in weekend games

Broadus hosted Terry last Friday for varsity basketball games, with the Hawk JV and Girls Varsity traveling to play in Plevna on Saturday. Boys The Hawks got out to a stagnant start against Terry,...

 

Broadus Volunteer Fire Department 2019 Report

In 2019 BVFD responded to 11 wildland fires in Powder River County. Out of the 11 fires only 125 acres burned in total. Four of the fires were started by farm equipment, hot bearings or iron sparking a rock. Between the landowners, neighbors and...

 

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FFA Eastern District Competition Results

By Erick McConnon, FFA Reporter On Tuesday, January 21, the Broadus FFA chapter set out to dominate at the district competition that day. This year's Districts was held in Ekalaka. The results are as...

 

Commissioners Proceedings

January 6, 2020 Commissioners met for their weekly meeting with all members present. Meeting was called to order. No public comment was received at this time. Consent agenda – Rod moved, Donna seconded this motion, all in favor, motion carried....

 

Court Report

In PR County Justice Court Powder River Co. Sheriff’s Office Maza Hectore Manuel, Miami, FL, speeding in restricted zone (56/40) $85. Clayton McCarthy, Apache Junction, AZ, speeding in restricted zone (50/40) $55. Brad Grainger, Poplar, MT,...

 

Dove deaths attributed to paramyxovirus

Not harmful to pets, but can affect poultry, game birds Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks has had reports from citizens about an unusual number of dead Eurasian collared doves in yards and around nei...

 

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! Bring a friend and join us for worship. Sunday worship 11:00 A.M. followed by time...

 

30 Years Ago

February 1, 1990 Band gets rave reviews after performances The Broadus High School Band, under the direction of Doug Wilbert, was well received after their performance at the Miles Community College basketball game January 22. As the band played the...

 

Landowners have until March 16 to apply for access tax credit program

Courtesy MT FWP Landowners have until March 16 to submit applications to Montana Fish, Wildlife, & Parks for enrollment in the Unlocking Public Lands Program to be eligible for up to $3,000 in tax credits. The Unlocking Public Lands program is...

 

MOMS Club looking to expand availability of baby changing table in Broadus

By Michelle Patten The recently organized Southeastern Montana Moms Club has been busy planning a variety of activities for both mothers and children. There are playgroups, babysitting coops and...

 

Chamber News

By Jessica Malone Warm Winter Greetings! We’re already nearly a month into 2020, so we encourage you to considering joining the Powder River Chamber of Commerce and to get your membership packet now to enjoy a full year of benefits! Download the...

 

FWP updates citizen panel on CWD, other topics

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Region 7 staff met with its Citizens Advisory Council on Jan. 15, updating members on agency activities and gathering their input on various topics. Seven of the 10 volunteer members attended the annual winter...

 

4-H Reports

Powder River Rising Stars January Meeting On December 27, 2019 our club went to Gillette, Wyoming. We ate lunch and went swimming at the Rec Center. I think everyone that went had fun. Before our January meeting started we worked on record books. On...

 

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