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School Board meets for monthly meeting

The School Board met Monday evening, initially meeting with School Counselor Dori Phillips to discuss the school's ESSA Report Card. ESSA, or the Every Student Succeeds Act, is a Federal law passed in...

 

Jake Lockwood Captures Career-First PBR Event Win In Nipawin

By Kacie Albert (PBR.com) NIPAWIN, Saskatchewan – As the top-marked rider in both Round 1 and the championship round, Jake Lockwood (Volborg, Montana) used a flawless 2-for-2 showing inside Nipawin Centennial Arena to capture the first PBR...

 

Mock Car Crash drill provides education, training

A mock car crash was conducted last Thursday in front of the High School, as both a training aid for local first responders, and as a demonstration to the teens who watched the incident on the...

 

New Sheriff's Deputy dons the badge

The Powder River County Sheriff's Department swore in a new deputy last Thursday, as Adam Gronning joined the force. Gronning may not be a familiar name to some in the community, but for others he's a...

 

Broadus Students Attend National BPA Conference

By Charlanne Lemke Ten BPA students-Hannah Rasmussen, Brooke Burley, Mason Hunt, Kashus Giacometto, Luke Herzog, Tawna Quiroz, Lea Aye, Abigail Martin, Lacey Robinson, & Rachel Rasmussen qualified...

 

Broadus Track Team Qualifies For Divisional Meet

“The entire team performed great,” Head Track Coach Jerry Coulter beamed, when speaking of his High School’s team’s work at the District Track Meet, held last week in Baker. The Girls Team placed 4th, led by outstanding performances in...

 

Purchase a Memorial Bench

By PR Extension Service Benches are a welcoming sight for visitors to the community and an inviting place to rest along a city street, sidewalk or trail when one is needed. The Powder River Trails club will be placing memorial benches around town...

 

Elaine Rumph Geib

She did it her way, and she did it well, as all who knew her will remember and love about her. Elaine Rumph Geib was born Goldie Elaine Rumph in Bend, Oregon on March 29, 1923, to Archie and Anna...

 

Screen-Free Week Results Posted

By PR Extension Service Fourteen youth accepted the screen-free challenge and were screen-free for an entire week! The challenge is difficult as screens become more accessible (we can hold them in our hands!) and the shows and games more...

 

Commissioners Proceedings

April 29, 2019 Commissioners met for their weekly meeting with Donna Giacometto, Lee Randall, and Rod Schaffer present. No public comment was received at this time. Consent agenda – Rod moved, Donna seconded this motion, all in favor, motion...

 

Court Report

In Justice of the Peace Kathy Landa's Justice Courty Powder River Co. Sheriff’s Office Charles Zinn, Harrison, MI, daytime speeding (81/70) $70. Thomas Sutton II, Lakeland, FL, nighttime truck speeding (75/55) $105. Zackaria Henson, Douglas, WY,...

 

Insights & Observations

By Joe Stuver Memories of Mexico One of my most-favorite things in Mexico was hanging out with my family of friends in the little village of Jarratadas. Like most small Mexican villages, it is a place of happy, laid back, hard working folks. The...

 

Measles: What to know and how to prevent this potentially deadly malady

Submitted by Dr. Jeff Hostetter, Jaci Phillips DNP and Darlynn Williams RN Public Health You may be hearing a lot about measles lately. And all of this news on TV, social media, Internet, newspapers and magazines may leave you wondering what you as...

 

Broadus Rodeo Team competes in Cohagen

By Heather Cunningham The Broadus Rodeo Team was in Cohagen, MT this past weekend. One Junior High Contestant, Holden Meged competed. Saturday 2nd Tie Down Sunday 1st Calf Roping 1st Chute Dogging 3rd Ribbon Roping High School Rodeo Results Saturday...

 

30 Years Ago

Thursday, May 18, 1989 Karen’s day care home Of the several day care homes for children of working mothers in Broadus, Karen Gunther has seniority in years of “active” care of local small people. She said, “Raymond Rolfson was one of those...

 

Held receives scholarship

Jaeger Held, a senior at Senior High in Billings, member of the National Honor Society, and former Broadus student was recently selected as an National Honor Society Scholarship semifinalist. Held was chosen from more than 11,000 applicants and will...

 

Arbor Day Poems

The Giving Tree By Courtney Kuhbacher, 1st grade The apple trees grow very tall during the summer Red apple trees have red ripe apples in the summer Every apple tree has beautiful blossoms Each apple tree gives us wood, paper, air, food, shade and...

 

New Officers Elected at Broadus FFA Banquet

The Broadus FFA chapter held its annual banquet on Monday, May 6th, 2019. Food was brought by the FFA kids and parents. Before opening ceremonies began, Megan Johnson opened with an invocation....

 

State Music Festival Results

By Lisa Lynch State music festival was held in Billings on May 3-4 at Billings Senior High School. The students received Superior and Excellent ratings. Those who received Superior ratings were Samantha Perry and Megan Johnson on their tenor...

 

Please Stop Tagging Walleye

Fish, Wildlife and Parks is again asking the person responsible for putting plastic Zip Ties into the jaws of Missouri River walleye to stop. The illegal practice first came to light a year ago when FWP game wardens found two walleyes with Zip Ties...

 

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