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Articles from the March 26, 2020 edition

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The Preliminary Trial of Ray Tarbell

A local history column, written by Historian Shane Dunning. Shane may be reached at [email protected] In 1909, newspapers such as the The Sheridan Post called it “the question of the range.” It was a euphemism for the political,...

 

Coronavirus Closures Expand

Update, 4/3/20 The Powder River Stockman's Club is now closed. Boot & Tack is no longer going to be open on Saturdays (starting April 2020) for the time being. Regular store hours still apply Mon ...

 

Academic Olympians Compete

By Jacy Collins Academic Olympics is sponsored by the Southeastern Montana Association of School Superintendents with the help of surrounding schools and their staff. Miles Community College provides the facilities and use of their scantron machine,...

 

POWDER RIVER COMMUNITY ENDOWMENT FUND GRANTS NOW AVAILABLE

By Kelda Page It is that time again for local community organizations that are making efforts to carry out existing projects or implementing new projects and activities, to submit a PRCEF grant application. Applications can be picked up at the MSU...

 

Steps For Charity, Week 7

No Step for a Stepper – You got this Powder River County! Our country, our community has come together to fight this pandemic. Social Distancing is what we can do and have done to help fight and...

 

Basketball Season Stats

With basketball season in the rearview mirror, spring sports cancelled, and fall sports still a glimmer on the horizon, we went back and looked at the basketball season stats for individual players. We went through Hudl, the online stat service used...

 

Chamber of Commerce provides list of options for businesses affected by virus

By Jessica Malone We’re living in trying times. Although there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Powder River County as of Monday, even our remote location is feeling the economic impact of this outbreak. With many businesses closed, cattle...

 

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Bur Buttercup Appearing!

By PR Extension Office Last week Powder River Extension received its first call of the spring regarding a nuisance weed – bur buttercup! One of the earliest weeds to appear in the spring, as early as the mustards, is a small yellow flowering...

 

Feeling Stressed? Help is Available!

By PR Extension Service MSU partners to launch website to share resources and solutions for farmers and ranchers under stress… A team of Montanans known as the Montana Farm/Ranch Stress Prevention Advisory Council is working to create a new websi...

 

A message from Clerk and Recorder Cynde Jo Gatlin to the citizens of Powder River County, regarding the courthouse closure.

The Powder River County Clerk and Recorder's office would like to inform the citizens of Powder River County of the services that are being offered in our office during this time of courthouse closure. While the courthouse is in closure status, our...

 

30 Years Ago

Thursday, March 29, 1990 Powderville by Mrs. John Davidson Ron Giacometto of Belle Creek and Larry Earl McGill were Sunday afternoon and evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry McDowell and children. A good showing of patrons gathered at...

 

Fact or Fiction?

Courtesy Darlynn Williams, PR Public Health Nurse Coronavirus COVID-19 is not a manmade weapon. There is no credible information to support this claim. Researchers are trying to find the exact source of the virus but all indications point to bats a...

 

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