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Articles from the April 30, 2020 edition

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Gardner Retires After 43 Years Of Accounting In Powder River County

Dave Gardner, longtime CPA at Gardner & Billing CPAs, LLC in Broadus, retired on April 15th. Gardner grew up locally, graduating from Broadus High School in 1970, and then going on to college at...

 

Powder River County Government, Businesses Reopen

On Wednesday, April 22nd, Governor Steve Bullock announced a gradual, three phase plan to reopen Montana in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are the changes to local agencies. A list of church...

 

The Trial of Ray Tarbell

The second article in a series, written by Historian Shane Dunning. Shane may be reached at [email protected] On September 28, 1909, the preliminary trial of Ray Tarbell for the killing of...

 

School, Community Calendar

The blood drive scheduled for April 30th in Broadus has been cancelled. The school board will decide about school opening and graduation at the board meeting on May 4th. The meeting will take place at 7 pm at the high school, and will also be broadca...

 

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Powder River County Predator Control Report

March 26 - April 25 Coyotes: 189 Landowners Covered: 38 3 fox and 2 fox dens Data courtesy of the County Predator Control Board Kill report is based solely on county control measures....

 

Alyssum is Back

Courtesy PR Extension Office A very fine stemmed, short, yellow blooming annual weed is now present, according to Extension Agent Mary Rumph. Yellow alyssum (Alyssum alyssoides) and desert alyssum (Alyssum desertorum) are non-native, annual, weedy...

 

Church Notes

OUR SAVIOR’S LUTHERAN CHURCH-ELCA “Rooted in the Word, Dwelling in Christ, Branching out for the sake of the World” Due to continued COVID-19 concerns and Phase I restrictions for public gatherings as they apply to our worship space, no public...

 

Powder River Health Fair Moves To June 11

By Kerry Gardner Well, how has everyone been during this Shelter In Place? Some people were calving and lambing and there was no change for them. Others found this to be a challenge, not seeing family or friends or going out of their house. In the...

 

Catchweed Bedstraw Emerging Nuisance Weed

Courtesy PR Extension Office A nuisance weed, Catchweed Bedstraw, is just starting to grow this spring, according to Extension Agent Mary Rumph. “Reports are that the catchweed is about 4” tall,” said Rumph. “It is often unnoticed until it...

 

4-H Family Feature

4-H member Laney Williams (far left) said, "I made these chaps with Cory Seamann. He taught me how to make them all by myself. Now I wear them every time I ride." Laney's skills learned in her...

 

Commissioners Proceedings

April 6, 2020 Commissioners met for their weekly meeting with all members present. Meeting was called to order. No public comment was received at this time. Consent agenda – Rod moved, Donna seconded this motion, all in favor, motion carried....

 

Births - Keith Nile Ryan

Keith Nile Ryan was born on April 13th in Spearfish, SD, to parents Jeff and Kristina Ryan of Broadus. He weighed 10 lbs and was 19.6 inches long at birth. Big brother Rowdy, age three, is proud of...

 

30 Years Ago

Thursday, May 3, 1990 ASI wool quality program hits Broadus Two Broadus sheep producers aren’t skirting the issue of wool quality these days. What they are skirting is their wool crop, taking advantage of the most sophisticated techniques to...

 

Insights & Observations

By Joe Stuver In past years, I’ve lived much closer to my family of friends and favorite restaurants and street food vendors, but this year I was much farther away, so I spent a lot of time “commuting,” back and forth to the little village of...

 

Chamber News

By Jessica Malone The light at the end of the quarantine tunnel seems to be growing brighter, but as business owners, producers and employees prepare to reignite the economy, we may only be beginning to navigate the roughest waters of the COVID-19...

 

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