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Articles from the April 23, 2020 edition

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Public Health

A public agency which often flies under the radar is the public health office, known in Montana state wide as the Department of Public Health and Human Services, and locally staffed by Darlynn Williams, Powder River County Public Health Nurse, and Se...

 

Strategies for Tough Times

Courtesy PR Extension Office These are unprecedented and difficult times and the people of Powder River County have stepped up to protect their friends and family by social distancing. It has been...

 

Luke Herzog Wins Voice of Democracy Contest

By Tom Herzog Luke Herzog was awarded a $100 award from the Veterans of Foreign Wars, District 6 for his first-place entry in the Voice of Democracy essay contest. Herzog read this essay while school...

 

Spring Prairie Dog Control Important

Courtesy PR Extension Office Prairie dog control methods, though limited in the spring, are valuable because of the timing for optimum control of the litters, according to Extension Agent Mary Rumph. Prairie dogs are social animals that live in...

 

Ranchers Rope Three Grizzly Bear Cubs

Courtesy MT FWP With the help of an area ranching family, three grizzly bears were rescued and taken to the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks wildlife rehabilitation facility at Montana WILD earlier...

 

Spring Care of Your Lawn

Courtesy PR Extension Office With a shot of moisture and warmer temperatures, people in our community are looking forward to being outside where it is much easier to maintain social distancing practices, get fresh air and some wonderful exercise,...

 

Births - Audrey Jeannine Zellers

First time parents Matt & Jen Zellers of Broadus welcomed daughter Audrey Jeannine Zellers on April 6th, 2020. Audrey was born in Spearfish, South Dakota, weighing 6 lbs 2 oz., and was 18.5" long...

 

30 Years Ago

Thursday, April 26, 1990 Track team places at Baker Meet The Broadus Hawks boys track team placed first at the recent Baker Meet, while the girls took second. The boys finished with 105 points and Wibaux took second with 101. The Baker girls placed...

 

Insights & Observations

By Joe Stuver (Continued from last week) I stopped at Chihuahua, at a very nice but inexpensive Best Western from last year’s trip. I went to sleep, thinking about the coming day’s travel over Mexico’s incredible Highway 40. For those of you...

 

4-H Family Feature

Corey & Casey Knobloch, pictured at left, describe their breeding sheep project. Casey said, "I chose this project because it is hands-on and I have learned more than what I signed up for. I have...

 

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