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Second April Blizzard Dumps Copious Moisture On Southeastern Montana

The second severe blizzard in the same number of weeks bore down on Southeastern Montana on Saturday, April 23rd, bringing with it high winds and a good shot of moisture for the area. Unlike the...

 

Rabid Skunk Euthanized In Broadus

By PR Public Health Nurse Darlynn Williams A rabies-infected skunk was captured and euthanized in Powder River County, within the town of Broadus, early this month. Two dogs were exposed to the rabid skunk and are being managed for possible...

 

Broadus Band & Choir Excel At District Music Festival

By Broadus Music Teacher Lisa Lynch District Music Festival was held in Miles City on Friday, April 22. The band and choir both performed for judges. The band received the highest score of all the...

 

Track Team Runs With The Wind At Laurel

Despite the recent spring storms which caused the cancellation of the Wibaux Meet as well as the Sidney Meet, the Broadus Track Team was able to attend the second Laurel Meet, which was rescheduled from its original date to April 19th. The long...

 

Storm Forces Event Rescheduling

The April 23rd blizzard forced several events in the Broadus area to be rescheduled. Events originally scheduled for Saturday which were moved to a later date include the Community Auction, which took place Monday, the District Music Festival, which...

 

Voices From The Past

April 28, 1922 Lambing Season Now Underway Flockmasters of southeastern Montana are said to be prepared for the lambing season that is just starting, to continue for the next month. Unless inclement weather prevails a good crop of lambs will be...

 

Free Counseling Services Now Available to MT's Ag Community

Helena, Mont. - The Montana Department of Agriculture and Frontier Psychiatry have partnered to provide free access to counseling for Montanans involved in agriculture. Funded through the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Farm and Ra...

 

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Church Notes

FAITH BIBLE CHURCH Pastor Tom Herzog To Enable Believers/To Build Relationships/To Win the Lost Sunday, May 1st - Pitch-in following service Sunday, May 8th - Communion during service Sunday, May 15th - Pitch-In following Service, Congregational...

 

AAU Wrestling Awards

A large crowd was on hand at the VFW last Thursday for the Broadus AAU Wrestling Club Award Banquet as awards were presented to wrestlers. Best attitude awards went to Mesa Graff, Braydon Reil,...

 

Health Fair Workers

The crew of the Powder River Health Fair pose for a photo. The fair was held last Thursday in Broadus, marking the 26th year of the annual event which helps to keep local residents healthy. Pictured...

 

Powder River County Claims

The following is a list of expenses from the county departments, as submitted by the Clerk & Recorder’s office and approved to be paid by the PR County Commissioners for the month of March, 2022 Incontact Inc. 293.78 Karpel Solutions 425.00...

 

Commissioner Proceedings

Thursday, March 31, 2022 Chairman Lee Randall called the meeting to order at 8:30 a.m. in the Commissioner’s office, Powder River County Courthouse. Commissioners John Olson present and Donna Giacometto was absent to attend MACRS. 9:00 a.m. -...

 

Letters To The Editor

Billy, What is a sealed bid process? There are typically 5 steps in sealed bidding: Prepare the invitation for bid. The government (in this case School Board) must describe their requirements clearly, accurately and completely. Publicize the...

 

New black bear with hounds spring season closing in BMU 700

Regular black bear season still open as of Tuesday Courtesy Marla Prell, MT FWP MILES CITY – The new black bear with hounds spring hunting season in southeastern Montana’s Bear Management Unit 700 will close at one-half hour after sunset on...

 

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