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Broadus Track Athletes accelerate into wins at first meet

The Broadus Hawk Track team competed in their first competition of the season last Wednesday with a meet in Lockwood. The new facility at Lockwood features a 10 lane all-weather track, which Broadus Head Track Coach Jerry Coulter says is one of the b...

 

School Board holds April meeting

The Broadus School Board Trustees met Monday evening for their monthly meeting. All members of the board were in attendance, with Raquel Mader and Waylon Billing attending the meeting via phone. The first item on the agenda was the hiring of staff...

 

Community Cleanup Day is April 26th

By Megan Johnson, Student Council President A wise woman once said a clean community leads to healthy citizens. We want to clean up our community on Monday, April 26 by celebrating Community Appreciation Day. The landfill will be open all day for...

 

New Daycare option planned

By Jen Zellers As our community grows, so does the need for childcare. Although we have some wonderful childcare options in our community, there is still a need to help support our new and growing families. It was out of this need that Broadus...

 

Residents Vaccinated at Drive Up Clinic

Powder River Health vaccinated 53 folks for COVID-19 last Saturday, at the drive up COVID clinic at the fairgrounds. As of Saturday, 596 doses of COVID-19 vaccine had been given in Broadus. Powder...

 

Tick Alert

By Mary Rumph, Powder River Extension Agent Ticks are out and about and ready to attach onto warm blooded species, so take precautions to protect yourself from this crawling insect that can be a disease vector. The most common ticks we have in Montan...

 

Spring Black Bear Hunting Season Opens April 15

Courtesy MT FWP The spring black bear hunting season starts April 15. Hunters need to be aware that black bears must be presented for in-person inspection and tagging within 10 days of harvest. The hide and skull must be presented in a condition...

 

Three more HS golfers qualify for State

The Broadus Hawk Golf Team competed in two competitions last week, hosting a dual against Fairview on Wednesday, with the Varsity competing in Colstrip on Friday. The weather last Wednesday was quite...

 

Real Estate Transfers

Kimberly Kay Hostetter, Etal, Cheryl Ann McClure, Etal AKA Cheryl Ann Wash to Chad Harrington, Etux, Warranty Deed, Lot 33B, Block 2, City of Broadus, Doyle Subdivision; Lot 34B, Block 2, City of Broadus, Doyle Subdivision. Suzanne S. Trusler, Etal,...

 

Hail Insurance Available Through MT Dept. of Ag

Helena, Mont. – Applications for the State Hail Insurance Program are now available through the Montana Department of Agriculture (MDA). Producers can insure crops against hail damage at the maximum coverage rate of $75 per acre for dryland and...

 

Commissioners Proceedings

March 29, 2021 Commissioners met for their weekly meeting with Lee Randall and John Olson present. Commissioner Giacometto was absent as she attended MACRS training in Great Falls. Meeting was called to order. No public comment was received at this...

 

JV Boys Basketball Season Synopsis

By JV Coach Dustin Lanke The JV boys basketball team had a successful season. We were fortunate enough to play 15 games this season and finished with a record of 13-2. The two blemishes on our record came from a 4 point loss in a 1/2 game against...

 

Voices from the Past

April 15, 1921 Overdrafts felony under a new law Henceforth anyone issuing a check when there are not sufficient funds to meet it is guilty of a misdemeanor if the check is for $50 or less, and is guilty of a felony if the check is for more than...

 

DPHHS Confirms First Hantavirus Case for 2021

Case is first one since 2018; Health officials remind Montanans to take precautions to avoid hantavirus Courtesy MT DPHHS The Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) has confirmed that an adult male from Richland County has been...

 

Legislative Roundup - Week 14

By Austin Amestoy UM Legislative News Service University of Montana School of Journalism Montana Senate Passes State Budget Bill, Rejects Attempt to End Medicaid Expansion The state budget is on the move again in the Montana Legislature after the...

 

MSU Extension Drought Series

Courtesy PR Extension Office The Montana State University (MSU) Extension Ranching Systems Team has scheduled a series of drought management programs across the state in late April. The series is in response to the April 6th Drought Monitor map...

 

Superintendent's Report

By Broadus Schools Superintendent Jim Hansen 4-12-2021 People have a way of making some things difficult. School finance certainly falls into one of those categories. Maybe government tries to confuse us so we don’t ask questions, or maybe the...

 

4-H News

In February, the Tongue River Crossroads 4-H club met at a member's house. Kimber Emmons taught us how to make pipe cleaner flowers. We filled vases with pipe cleaner flowers to give to businesses in...

 

In the News

Kenton Stradinger, originally of Broadus, recently graduated from the Montana Law Enforcement Academy. Stradinger is employed by the Rosebud County Sheriff's Department, and works in Forsyth. Kenton...

 

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