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Hawk B-ball Boys win challenge game, advance to State

The Broadus Hawk Boys basketball team went into the Southern C Divisional Tournament last week seeded first from the 4C conference. In the first game of the tourney they faced the 6C's 4th ranked...

 

Legislative Roundup - Week 8

By Austin Amestoy UM Legislative News Service University of Montana School of Journalism Lawmakers Race to Introduce Bills Before Key Deadline; House Committee Holds Marathon Hearings As the Legislature approaches the halfway point of the session --...

 

Commissioners Proceedings

February 18, 2021 Commissioners met for their weekly meeting with Lee Randall, Donna Giacometto, and John Olson present. Meeting was called to order. No public comment was received at this time. Consent agenda was approved. Marty Drane, Maintenance...

 

Holbrook, Minow place at Glasgow

The Broadus wrestlers made their way north of Fort Peck Lake last week to the BC Eastern Divisional Tournament in Glasgow. The super division format this year is the first of its kind, with only two...

 

MSU to offer summer journalism camp for rural high school students

BOZEMAN — Registration is now open for Montana State University’s Rural Journalism Camp, to be held July 11–16 on MSU’s campus. The camp, presented by the Yellowstone Writing Project and the MSU Continuing, Professional and Lifelong Learning...

 

Reading is a Treasure! Arrrr!

By Tracie Earley Ahoy, mateys! Broadus Elementary celebrated "I Love to Read" month in February. With the help of Captain Bookbeard (Cody Earley), Barb Mitchell and Kendra Hartman, students were led...

 

Merry Kalfell

Merry Eloise Kalfell, age 86, passed away Saturday, February 27, 2021 at the Prairie Community Hospital and Nursing Home. Merry was born in Broadus, Montana on Christmas day in 1934 to Herman and Mont...

 

Steps for Charity Challenge

“I figured out how to get more steps in! I use the gym at the church and walk. Once I put that meter on my foot, I realize I have to make a conscious choice to get in more steps, ” Mary Smith, Penguin Pacers, spoke of her efforts to get more...

 

Wrestler Spotlight

By Broadus Hawk Wrestling Coach Frankie Schoonover Alex Edwards is a sophomore in high school and a first year wrestler. He is an exceptional young man, developing mental toughness and confidence on...

 

March Church Notes

FAITH BIBLE CHURCH Pastor Tom Herzog Sunday, March 7th - Pitch in following service Sunday, March 14th - Communion during service Sunday, March 21st - Mission Moment during service 5:00 p.m. Church service @ Powderville w/ Pitch-in Sunday, March...

 

Bowling Results

Kingpin 1-18-21 High team games: Big Sky Bar, 787, Askin Construction, 732, Askin Construction, 727; high series: Askin Construction, 2163, Sagebrush/IGA, 2125, Big Sky Bar, 2056. Individual games: Frank Danielson, 228, Kirk Askin, 223, JJ Quiroz,...

 

Second Graders donate books to library

By Cody Earley The Broadus Elementary second grade class recently donated a variety of books to the public library. Some of the titles they shared with us include The Last Firehawk, books 1 and 2;...

 

Voices from the Past

March 4, 1921 Cream Station to open Arrangements have been completed by the Western Creamery company of Miles City for a cream buying station at Broadus which will be hauled to Miles City under the most economical hauling contract possible and the...

 

Fall black bear quota in FWP Region 7 increased to 12

Courtesy MT FWP The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission in its February meeting approved increasing the fall black bear quota in Fish, Wildlife & Parks’ Bear Management Unit 700 from eight to 12 bears. Indicators used by FWP biologists to...

 

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