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County Readies for Coronavirus

Update to How COVID-19 will affect Powder River County. By PR County Health Officer Sean Hill & PR County Health Nurse Darlynn Williams Currently there are no confirmed cases in or around Powder River County. As of the publication of this...

 

Covid-19 causes local closures and cancellations

Editor's Note: We will attempt to update the online article as we hear of more changes. Please contact us if you hear of more local closures. New information will be added throughout the week, at the bottom of the article. On Monday, we spoke with lo...

 

Broadus Team Wins State Battle of the Books

Out of 11 teams from around the state competing in the 3rd/4th grade Battle of the Books, Broadus's team of Reece Emmons and Samantha Threefingers-Hart, coached by Marilyn Emmons, won the state...

 

Fifth Graders Perform Unwax Museum

The Broadus 5th Grade, led by teacher Jennifer Zellers, conducted their "Unwax Museum", last Friday at the High School Auditorium. Each student spent weeks researching the history of a famous person,...

 

Community Integrated Healthcare and First Responders News

By Shane Copps The CIH is in full swing and seeing residents of Broadus. We are helping keep families together, helping the elderly stay at home longer and doing our best to make people feel better in their own home. We are working under an apprentic...

 

Steps for Charity Challenge

This pedometer works well! It’s been washed a couple times and dropped several, but it continues to track my steps, explained Tammy Van Tine, BACKPACKERS team member. Duane and Debbie Talcott, Cancer Tramplers team members, tracked their steps in...

 

Teddy Roosevelt Reprisor to Visit PR County

EDIT: As of Friday, this event has been cancelled with hope to reschedule at an undetermined future time. By Jessica Malone “Teddy is ready for Broadus!” says Joe Wiegand, the nation’s premiere reprisor of historical figure Theodore Roosevelt....

 

Photos of Past Fairs Needed!

By PR Extension Office The 2020 Powder River County Fair scheduled for August 4th – 7th will celebrate its 100th anniversary this year, according to MSU Powder River Extension County Agent Mary Rumph. “We are interested in old photos from...

 

Broadus Players Named to All-Conference Teams

The names of the players on the District 4C All Conference Basketball teams were released Monday. Four Broadus players made the list – three from the boys team, and one from the girls. For the boys, Tayden Gee, Marcus Mader, and Beau Kuhbacher...

 

Julie Gatlin

Julia Mable Hope Kogele Gatlin was born June 23, 1948, in Miles City, MT., to Robert Hope and Irene Yeager, joining her sister Gloria. She passed March 14th with Kenny and Gloria at her side. Her mom later married Wilbert Kogele in 1952. Julie...

 

Ruth Baxter

Ruth Baxter, age 98, passed away February 22, 2020. Ruth lived an amazing life! Born in the hospital in Miles City, Ruth grew up on the family ranch near Biddle, Montana, learning the value of hard work. She earned hired hand wages, helping her...

 

Former Belle Creek School Burns

Public Reminded of Fire Danger The former Belle Creek School, now a residence and shop owned by Jerry Lei, burned down in late February. The PR County Sheriff’s Department says the Fire Marshal looked at pictures of the burned building and there...

 

Taking Care of Your Mental Health in the Face of Uncertainty

By Doreen Marshall, Ph.D. Submitted by PR Extension Office “After cancelling the MSU Extension Arthritus and Tai Ji classes provided by MSU Powder River County Extension and contacting the loyal participants, the following article certainly...

 

PR Congregational to temporarily halt services

Beloved Friends and Members of Powder River Congregational, May Christ’s grace and peace be with you in this troubling and confusing time. This year during Lent, we find ourselves in the wilderness. Like our ancestors of faith, we must journey...

 

Our Savior's Lutheran Halting Services Through March

A message from Julie Long, Our Savior’s Lutheran Church Pastor We are all navigating these new and uncertain waters of the COVID-19 pandemic and we are all in this together. God has been and always remains with us through whatever is going on in...

 

Court Report

Powder River Co. Sheriff’s Office Gincent McMullen, Atlanta, GA, speeding in restricted zone (57/30) $105. Steve Smith Jr, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, speeding in restricted zone (94/65) $105. Ben Franciosa, Fitzgerald, GA, speeding in restricted zone...

 

Powder River County Claims

February 2020 Globalstar USA 86.30 Incontact Inc. 358.55 Powder River Examiner 1281.25 Range Telephone Cooperative 2932.30 Town Of Broadus 2253.51 1st Bank 311.00 Alderman Oil Co. 39516.47 Alimed Inc 182.64 Allbridge 609.58 Amazon.Com Credit 243.16...

 

Jess Lockwood out with hamstring injury, Jake soldiers on

Local PBR Bullriders/Brothers Jess and Jake Lockwood have been busy racking up points and cashing checks in the PBR this season. That is, until Jess suffered a hamstring injury on March 1 in Kansas City, Missouri, while trying to dismount a bull....

 

Business Professionals of America Compete at State

By: Libby Nisley, Advisor The Business Professionals of America chapter from Broadus attended the State Leadership Conference on March 8-10th in Billings, MT. Thirteen of our brightest business...

 

30 Years Ago

Thursday, March 22, 1990 Carroll new Historical Society president Ann Carroll was elected president of the Powder River Historical Society during the organization’s recent annual meeting, held in the newly remodeled Western Reading Room of the...

 

Contributing to Underage Drinking is a Bad Idea

Submitted by PR Extension Office Prom, graduation and brandings have often been associated with a “party” atmosphere during which underage drinking can occur. The Powder River County Youth Issues Coalition would like to remind adults of the per...

 

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