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Articles from the March 31, 2022 edition

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Spring Sports Are Underway

The high school spring sports seasons are underway, with the golf team hitting the links in their first meet on Monday, March 28th, and the track team set to run, jump, and throw in Lockwood at their first meet on Tuesday, April 5th. Track Coach...

 

Big Sky Big Leadership Focused On Real Colors

By PR Extension Office Participants at the March session for Big Sky Big Leadership (BSBL) learned more about their personality type through a Real Colors workshop led by Tara Andrews, retired...

 

Robotics, Coding And A Cookie

By Connie Barnhart Seventh grader, Eli Jurica and eighth grader, Darren VerWolf have been busy this semester during Enrichment class building a Bee-Dee Bot robot and learning to code it to do...

 

Steps for Charity Ends March 31st

Steps for Charity marks the end of the two-month competition this Thursday, March 31st. All steps taken from March 28th through March 31st can be reported to the Powder River County MSU Extension office at any time after the 31st. Getting outside...

 

Balance Training Set for Monday, April 5th

By PR Extension Office A balance training seminar has been scheduled for Monday, April 4th, at 10 a.m., at the Powder River Senior Center in Broadus. The free 1-hour event will teach participants about fall risk, types of balance and methods of...

 

Subscriptions Due In April

Annual subscription cost is $38 in county, $39 out of county, and $40 out of state. Please mail checks to: Powder River Examiner, PO Box 328, Broadus, MT 59317. We will also mail an invoice as a reminder. Feel free to drop payments in the payment...

 

All Conference and All State Selections

Six Broadus basketball players made the District 4C All Conference teams for their exemplary play in the 2021-22 season, including Zeason Schaffer, Sophomore, 2nd Team Girls, Abi Krantz, Junior, 1st...

 

Voices From The Past

March 31, 1922 First Cattle to be Turned Out on the Open Range Dan Harvey and Mike Reardon on Bowers Creek this week turned their cattle onto the open range. S.J. Blankenbaker, who returned yesterday from a trip to that part of the county, says the...

 

PSC working to extend life of "406" area code

HELENA, Montana — As we approach another 4/06 day, Montana will look to remain the “406” for well into the future thanks to the Montana Public Service Commission’s efforts to ensure phone numbers are allocated more efficiently across the...

 

Broadus Shoot-Out Tobacco Results

By Morgan Weller On Saturday, March 26th, we had a "Shoot-Out Tobacco" event at Seabecks Pizza and Subs, where each contestant had 90 seconds to make as many free-throws as possible. Our first prize...

 

Commissioner Proceedings

Monday, February 28, 2022 Chairman Lee Randall called the meeting to order at 8:30 a.m. in the Commissioner’s office, Powder River County Courthouse. Commissioners Donna Giacometto and John Olson were present. 8:45 a.m. - Road update was postponed...

 

Court Report

Powder River Co. Sheriff’s Office Austin Atkins, Sidney, MT, speeding in restricted zone (39/30) $55. Martin Benitez, Avondale, AZ, daytime speeding (82/70) $70. Oswar Monsalve Vargas, Katy, TX, speeding in restricted zone (85/65) $85. Mark...

 

Barnhart Places First At Wrestling Tourney

Jesse Barnhart, Broadus 1st grader, won first place along with a coveted bison skull trophy in the 6U 76lb heavyweight division at the Montana Open Wrestling Tournament, last weekend in Billings. The...

 

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