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"High-Powered" Williams and the Custer Wolf

By Shane Dunning www.redshalereflections.com "The Custer Wolf is Dead." So began a remarkable press release dated January 17, 1921, by the US Department of Agriculture Press Service. This incredible...

 

Submit a banner design for Downtown Broadus

Courtey PR Extension Office The Powder River Trails is sponsoring a design contest for local artists, and it’s open to all ages. A $100 cash award will be given to the individual with the winning design. The design will be printed on banners to...

 

Preparing Your Operation for Drought

By Megan Van Emon, MSU Extension Beef Cattle Specialist, Courtesy PR Extension Office Much of the state has been experiencing Spring-like weather for the past few weeks, which has made for a pleasant calving season. However, based on snowfall and...

 

Pedestrian Path Project Proposed for Highway 212 West of Ashland

Ashland, Montana — The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) would like to announce and invite the public to comment on a proposal to construct about 1.2 miles of separated pedestrian path along US 212, west of Ashland. The project begins at...

 

Subscriptions due in April

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Wayward Quilters coming to Broadus

By Pat Ridenour The Wayward Quilters Mobile Fabric Trailer will once again be in Broadus on March 27, 2021 in front of the Historical Museum. Their hours will be from 10 AM to 4 PM, same as the previous times. They will be sporting some new spring...

 

Court Report

In Justice of the Peace Cathy Landa’s Justice Court Powder River Co. Sheriff’s Office Cassandra Kinser, Chatsworth, GA, speeding in restricted zone (77/65) $65. Robert Moon Jr, Frederick, CO, daytime speeding (84/70) $70. Cody Riesland, Broadus,...

 

Where's My Refund? Montanans Can Check Online

Courtesy MT Dept of Revenue Montanans who have filed their 2020 Montana income tax returns can now check the status of their refunds online. Montanans can simply visit the department’s website at MTRevenue.gov/refund to learn whether their...

 

Ladies Auxiliary News

The VFW Auxiliary was finally able to have a meeting February 24, 2021 to get our new year started. Reports and general orders from state had to be caught up. It was announced in general orders Broadus had a second place state winner in one of the...

 

Tax Day for individuals extended to May 17

WASHINGTON — The Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service announced last week that the federal income tax filing due date for individuals for the 2020 tax year will be automatically extended from April 15, 2021, to May 17, 2021. The IRS wil...

 

Voices from the Past

March 25, 1921 Powder River County Now Two Years Old Powder River County on April 1 will have attained its two-year milestone and incidentally it may be mentioned that the age of Broadus as the county seat is the same. It was on March 17, 1919, that...

 

Tax Credit Available for Elderly Homeowners, Renters, With MT QuickFile

HELENA – The Montana Department of Revenue reminds Montanans 62 and older that they may qualify for the Elderly Homeowner/Renter Tax Credit, worth up to $1,000. To receive the credit, a senior must have turned at least 62 in 2020; occupied a...

 

In the News

Keaton Potter, a senior at Fergus High School in Lewistown, Montana, recently won 2nd place at the State Class A wrestling tournament in the 170 lb. weight class. Keaton also broke the Fergus High...

 

Vital Statistics

Marriage License Issued - Ronald Dale Richards and Kori Jean Kolka, Olive, MT Decree of Dissolution of Marriage - John Martin Brauneis and Zina Beth Brauneis...

 

Legislative Roundup - Week 11

By Austin Amestoy UM Legislative News Service University of Montana School of Journalism “Open Cut 2.0” Bill would Ease Regulations on Gravel Pit Permit Applications A bill seeking to ease permitting requirements for gravel pits in rural areas...

 

Steps for Charity

How to WALK more: “WALKing the Powder River Trails Fit Trail and WALKing with Bea,” explained Marge Mader “Picking up trash; Trailing pairs to pasture,” Mary Rumph “Calving and getting ready for shearing” – Boot & Tackle Club...

 

MSU Extension offers information for those concerned about memory loss

BOZEMAN — Montana State University Extension has teamed up with several state departments to create a free packet of information related to giving care for those with memory loss. “Legal and Financial Steps and Resources for Caregivers and Others...

 

Skunk Tests Positive for Rabies in Yellowstone County

Helena, Mont. – On Tuesday, March 16th, the Montana Department of Livestock (MDOL) received confirmation of the first case of terrestrial (non-bat) rabies in the state in 2021. The rabies-infected skunk was captured in Yellowstone County. Two dogs...

 

Commissioners Proceedings

March 11, 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 approved. The Board of Commissioners...

 

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