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March Weather Was Exceptionally Dry

Broadus received a scant 0.24" of moisture in March, trailing the long term of 0.78" for the month. March is normally a fairly dry month, placing it 8th in average precip by month and trailed only by...

 

Amanda Gaskill Basketball Tournament Coming Up, April 22-24

By Marni Gaskill The Amanda Gaskill Memorial Basketball Tournament is set for April 22nd – 24th. The brackets are even more full than last year, including many local teams signed up! An approximate total of 140 players will hit the Broadus High...

 

Moorhead Bridge Is Open For Traffic

The Moorhead Bridge reopened last week for traffic following its closure in fall of September of 2019 due to structural issues. The new bridge features a modular design, with the project designed by...

 

School Board Article Delayed

A contentious school board meeting stuffed to the gills with agenda items on Monday night left us scrambling for additional details early Tuesday morning, as the brunt of a spring storm bore down on Broadus and the surrounding area. On “normal...

 

Track Season Takes Off

The Broadus high school track team began their season last Thursday in Lockwood, at the flashy red Lockwood track. “The team had a good meet to start the year,” commented Broadus Head Track Coach Jerry Coulter. Conditions were mild for the...

 

PRCDHS Patriotic Art Winners

By Connie Barnhart What is "patriotism" and how would you represent it artistically? That was the challenge for our local PRCDHS students. The entrants answered this question by creating a drawing or...

 

Letters To The Editor

Letter to the Editor: I am introducing myself as a candidate for the Range Telephone Cooperative, Inc. Board of Trustee position for District #2. I recognize that the demand for faster and more reliable technology has never been greater. The need...

 

Community Clean Up Day Will Take Place April 25

The annual community clean up day will take place on Monday, April 25th. The county will hold a "Free Dump Day" (some restrictions apply) on that day, and the dump will be open from 10 am to 5:30 pm. Powder River County will also be offering help...

 

Superintendent's Report

It doesn’t seem like it was that long ago, I was going through the teacher education program learning how to prepare a proper lesson plan. The entire curriculum was almost entirely academically based with little or no emphasis placed on classroom...

 

After Grad Seeking Donations

The PRCDHS After Grad Committee is seeking donations for the Class of 2022’s After Grad Party. The annual event provides a safe and fun celebration for graduates and other students to celebrate on the night following graduation. In years past the...

 

New Therapy Service Offered

Courtesy of Powder River Therapy Services Powder River Therapy Services (the Manor Physical Therapy Department) is now certified in the Astym system, an option for treating tendon pain and soft tissue dysfunction. Both Kylie Randall and Rhonda...

 

Golfers Dominate In Early Season Meets

On Tuesday, April 5th, the Broadus Varsity golf season got underway in Miles City. Despite brutal winds gusting to a high of 62 mph at the Miles City Airport and an average wind speed of 31.1 mph duri...

 

Voices From The Past

April 14, 1922 Wireless Phoning Now Possibility Negotiations are in progress for the installation of radio equipment in Broadus which will make it possible for the receipt and transmittal of messages by wireless telephone. Radio is sweeping the...

 

Dog Tests Positive for Rabies in Big Horn County

Helena, Mont. – On Thursday, April 7th, the Montana Department of Livestock (MDOL) received confirmation of the first case of terrestrial (non-bat) rabies in the state this year. A Big Horn County puppy was euthanized and tested for rabies due to...

 

Road Scholars Receive Awards

Three Powder River County Road Department personnel are now "Road Scholars", through a program provided by the Local Technical Assistance Program of Montana State University. Road Department...

 

Second COVID Booster Authorized For Some Individuals

Courtesy Darlynn Williams, PR County Public Health Nurse The FDA and CDC authorized a second booster shot for certain individuals who may be at higher risk of severe outcomes from COVID-19 disease. A second COVID-19 booster shot may be...

 

Elementary News

By Broadus Schools Principal Denise Ternes Tips to provide safe internet use for children General tips to help reduce risk: 1. Keep the computer in a high-traffic area of your home. 2. Establish limits for which online sites children may visit and...

 

4-H News

What!?! We have to do math?!” whined one of the girls. “You do if you want a snack at the end of the meeting” answered Mrs. Knobloch. Several members of the Tongue River Crossroads 4-H Club are doing a baking project, so Mrs. Knobloch taught...

 

Real Estate Transfers

Mitchell T. Roberts, Etux to Andrew Nicholas Lewis, Etux, Warranty Deed, Lot 3, Block 14, City of Broadus, Trautman Subdivision; Lot 4, Block 14, City of Broadus, Trautman Subdivision, N2. Jason Currier, Etal, Karen Currier, Etal to LeRoy J....

 

Increased Lodging Proposed At Tongue River Reservoir And Cooney State Parks

Courtesy MT FWP MILES CITY – Montana State Parks, a division of Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks, is proposing increasing lodging and gathering options at Tongue River Reservoir and Cooney...

 

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