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State B-ball Action

Last year at State, the Hawks lost out in two straight games, but this year's overall improvement in their season and tournament record was reflected at the state tournament, where they won their...

 

Court Report

Powder River Co. Sheriff’s Office John Destafano Jr., Manahawkin, NJ, stop sign violation, $85. Humberto Gutierrez Bolumen, Miami Gardens, FL, speeding in restricted zone (75/65) $55. Alexandra Dettlebach, Lakeview, AR, speeding in restricted zone...

 

Broadus Students Test Their Thinking Skills At Academic Olympics

By Jacy Collins Junior High Report On March 8, 2022 the Junior High Academic Olympics team competed in Miles City at Miles Community College. The Junior High competed against 11 other schools from...

 

Commissioner, Sheriff, Treasurer Positions Will Be Contested In Primary Election

A four-way race will take place in the primary election for county commissioner in June, as Lori Fortner joins incumbent Donna Giacometto along with Floyd Huckins and Larry Clements in the commissioner race. In the race for Sheriff, Devin Boman will...

 

Health Fair Update

By Kerry Gardner Our representative from Billings Clinic Lab called and shared the good news that their lab will be offering Health Fair labs with a few stipulations. We are only able to do 99 people at one time and we are not to draw on a Monday and...

 

Calendar, Bus Contracts Discussed At March School Board Meeting

The Broadus School Board Trustees met for their regularly scheduled monthly meeting on Monday evening, with all members in attendance except for Danny Johnson and Rob Jones. The board watched a pre-recorded video presentation made by Teacher Libby Ni...

 

Superintendent's Report

By Broadus Schools Superintendent Jim Hansen “Sometimes we don't appreciate how good we have it-so we continue to concentrate on what is wrong” that was my reply to a recent email. We would all like everything to be perfect and each of us has...

 

Steps For Charity

It feels like Spring – Steps for Charity “It should be easier to get steps in this week,” reported Billy Stuver, member Little Lebowski Rural Achievers. “When the weather allows, my mom and teammate, Diane Stuver, walks to substitute teach at...

 

Upland Gamebird Regulations Available On FWP's Website

Booklets include turkey hunting regulations Courtesy MT FWP HELENA – New regulation booklets for upland gamebirds are available online at fwp.mt.gov/hunt/regulations. Printed booklets will be available later this month. This year, the booklets...

 

Voices from the Past

March 17, 1922 Bidwell School House is Burned The Bidwell log school house near Olive in District No. 78 was destroyed by fire, Wednesday night of last week. While the cause of the fire is unknown some believe is started from a defective flue. Some i...

 

4-H News

The Tongue River Crossroads 4-H club had a super sweet meeting at Joan Knobloch's house on a Sunday afternoon in January. Before the meeting started, Hanna taught us how to use a sandwich bag to draw on cookies with frosting. We started our meeting...

 

PR County Claims

The following is a list of expenses from the county departments, as submitted by the Clerk & Recorder’s office and approved to be paid by the PR County Commissioners for the month of February, 2022. Cedar L Kilen 4005.22 Incontact Inc. 348.73...

 

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