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Grasshoppers are emerging

Grasshopper Suppression Workshop will be held Tuesday, May 18th, 3:00 p.m. Broadus Community Center. By PR Extension Office As limited moisture has initiated the growth of grass, the possibility of another devastating summer of grasshoppers is...

 

Wilson is Assembly of God Minister

Though John Wilson may be the "new" minister at the Assembly of God church in Broadus, he is not new to the congregation, nor is he new to Southeastern Montana. John grew up on the family ranch near...

 

School Board certifies Election Results

The Broadus School Board Trustees met for their monthly meeting on Monday, with all members present, as well as a contingent of 19 community members. The board’s first order of business was certification of the recent school board election...

 

Rasmussen wins online art competition

Courtesy Artsonia Powder River County District High School student Rachel Rasmussen is the proud winner of Artsonia's Artist of the Week contest, a voting competition held on Artsonia.com, the...

 

Club Buffet burns

Last Saturday evening, a fire erupted at the historic Club Buffet in Ashland. Sources tell us that a grease fire erupted in the kitchen early in the evening, and though Ashland VFD members were on...

 

Tracksters compete at Miles City

Freshman track star Zeason Schaffer competed in the prestigious Midland Round Table Top 10 Meet last week in Laurel. Individuals or relay teams who placed in the top 10 of all athletes in previous...

 

Superintendent's Report

By Broadus Schools Superintendent Jim Hansen I have often referred to the spring graduation ceremony as our “Super Bowl.” It is the main event that transpires after thirteen years of education filled with adversity and celebration as our youth...

 

Black Grass Bugs Hitting Crested Wheatgrass

By PR Extension Office “The little moisture received in the area has resulted in crested wheatgrass growing, which is good; but unfortunately, the black grass bug population has also exploded”, according to Mary Rumph, MSU Powder River...

 

Town Council Minutes

TOWN OF BROADUS Regular Council Meetings No meeting was held in January 2021. February 2, 2021 Mayor Lyman Amsden; Councilperson Pete Wenzel; Councilperson Lori Turnbough; Councilperson Cody Morris; Public Works Raymond Ragsdale; and Clerk Peggy...

 

Jones receives second place in Keep Montana Green Contest

By Dora Huckins Colton Jones, fifth grader at Broadus Elementary School, received 2nd place in his division at the 2021 Statewide K-6th grades Keep Montana Green poster contest with his poster titled...

 

Anita Wetherelt

Anita Theresa Marie Wetherelt, age 87, passed away on Monday May 10, 2021 at the Campbell County Hospital in Gillette Wyoming. Anita was born on April 14, 1934 to Louis and Anna (Caretto) Trucano at... Full story

 

Gordon Gould

Gordon Allen Gould, age 88, of Miles City passed away peacefully at his home in Miles City. Gordon was born on the 27th of June 1932, at the family homestead between Hammond and Boyes, MT to Charles...

 

Court Report

Powder River Co. Sheriff’s Office Ryan Huber, Lipton, SK, daytime speeding (90/70) $70. Dallas Morgan, Fort Campbell, TN, speeding in restricted zone (90/65) $105. Aaron Pupa, St. Louis, MO, speeding in restricted zone (80/65) pled guilty, $55....

 

Voices from the Past

May 13, 1921 56 trees set out in Courthouse Square Another attempt is being made this year to beautify the courthouse square by planting out 56 young cottonwood trees, 14 to a side. The experiment last year met with failure as every one of the trees...

 

Real Estate Transfers

April 2021 Daniel Z. Rice, Etal, Lucas & Tonn, P.C., Etal, Randy Steven Ward AKA Randy S. Ward, Etal, Katie Elizabeth Juliah Ward AKA Katie E.J. Ward, Etal to The Public, Affidavit of Identity,T4S R51E, Sec. 30, NE4NE4, TRACT OF LAND CONSISTING OF...

 

Broadus Volleyball Club Season Recap

By: Libby Nisley, Club Administrator The volleyball club had a great season this year after a disappointing cancellation due to COVID last year. The first tournament was in Sturgis on April 10th. The...

 

Arbor Day celebrated at Broadus Elementary

By Mayor M. Lyman Amsden After a brief presentation about Arbor Day by Tree Board members and a lively quiz about trees, the students shared poetry about trees. Mrs. Emmons' first graders read the...

 

New service available at Powder River Health

By Kylie Randall Have you ever heard of dry needling? Dry needling is a treatment performed by using a fine monofilament needle to penetrate the skin and reach deep muscular trigger points. Dry needling can only be performed by trained and certified...

 

Junior High Track Season Concludes

By Libby Nisley Junior High Track competed in their toughest meet on May 1 in Miles City. There were 28 teams present, which gave our small squad a taste of what competition at a high level looks like! Alivia Landa placed 5th in the 200m and Reuben...

 

Broadus Golfers are ready for state

Broadus golfers competed at Harlowton, Sidney, Broadus, and went to Baker for a dual against Wibaux over the last week. In Harlowton, both boys and girls teams placed third, with Cooper Zimmer qualifying for state with a 100, and Lacey Robinson...

 

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