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Basketball Teams Finish Out Regular Seasons

The Broadus boys finished out their regular season as conference co-champions with Melstone, after losing to Melstone last Friday, and beating Terry on Saturday. With both Melstone and Broadus...

 

Hawks Compete At State Wrestling

On Thursday, February 10th, the Broadus Wrestlers headed out for Billings, escorted out of town by Cass Zimmer and his garbage truck. Broadus Wrestling Coach Frankie Schoonover told us that this was...

 

Reminder of Town Dog Ordinance

Due to several recent dog related incidents in Broadus, the Town of Broadus would like to remind everyone of the dog and cat ordinance. That ordinance, passed in 2002, states that all dogs within the town limits must be restrained by an adequate fenc...

 

Steps For Charity Week 2

“But the BEAUTY is in the WALKing -- we are betrayed by destinations."-Gwyn Thomas WALKers walked their steps by - “Looking for my phone,” Barb Hammerquist, Step Sistars “Working with weights and the elliptical from 5:45 – 6:15 on school...

 

Shooters Win At Ekalaka

A group of local archers and air rifle shooters competed at the Carter County 4-H Invitational Match, recently in Ekalaka. Ten local shooters attended the match, and all ten placed. Archery results...

 

Superintendent's Report

One of our most important functions is to employ the best employees to work with your children. As most of you are aware, there is a national shortage of workers. Education was already experiencing a reduction in the number of college graduates...

 

Library Notes

We have received 3 WiFi “Hotspots” to check out to those whose internet is slow or nonexistent. They are part of a project funded in part with Library Services and Technology Act funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services,...

 

School Board Discusses Band Travel At February Meeting

The School Board met for their regular February monthly meeting on Valentine’s Day, with all members in attendance, and Trustee Amanda Zimmer dressed for the holiday, sporting a black sweater featuring red embroidered hearts. School Counselor Dori...

 

State Warns of Romance Scams

Helena - On Valentine’s Day, Montana State Auditor Troy Downing released the latest episode of the "CSI Insider Podcast" discussing romance scams. Joined by Deputy Securities Commissioner Lynne Egan, the podcast discusses romance scams that prey...

 

Anna Jean Holt Nater

Anna Jean Holt Nater passed from this life in Hanover, Minnesota January 31, 2022. Anna was born in Broadus, Montana May 23, 1937 to Stephen and Ruby Holt. She married Charles Elmore of Ekalaka on September 25, 1955. There were five children born to...

 

ChildBridge Presenter At Faith Bible This Sunday

By Tom Herzog It’s been said that if every church in America took on one Foster Child, there would be no need for orphanages or group homes in the United States. It should cause us to pause and consider what we each might be able to do to defend...

 

Voices From The Past

February 17, 1922 To Overhaul Flour Mill and Produce Better Grade Flour Directors of the Broadus Co-operative Milling Company met Wednesday night and authorized John Leno, local miller, to proceed with his suggestions for overhauling the machinery....

 

Montana's Harsh Winters and Mail-Order COVID Tests

The rise in COVID-19 cases and the new federally mandated reimbursement program from insurance companies has led to an increase in demand for mail-order, self-administered COVID-19 tests. Home testing, if correctly administered, can give you vital...

 

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