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Articles from the May 19, 2022 edition

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Track Athletes Hurdle The Competition At Districts

The District Track Meet took place Monday in Baker, having been rescheduled from the original date of May 12th due to heavy rain. The storm also delayed the Broadus Elementary Track Meet, originally...

 

School Play Enthralls Audiences

The school play entertained audiences last Friday and Saturday with "The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon" featuring a rendition of nine tales from the Brothers Grimm such as the Frog Prince and Snow...

 

Grasshopper Outlook For Powder River County

By PR Extension Office “The good news is that we’ve received much needed moisture and that according to the 2022 APHIS Grasshopper Hazard Map, Powder River County is not in the red zone,” according to Mary Rumph, MSU Extension Powder River...

 

CHAMBER NEWS

By Jessica Malone Thank you to everyone that participated in Community Clean Up Day this year! We appreciate the school staff, students, volunteers and project leaders that worked together to brighten up our community. With the school season nearing...

 

Ant Hunt Comes To Broadus

By Jessica Malone The “MontANTa” scavenger hunt is underway as part of the 11th Annual Red Ants Pants Music Festival and we’re excited to announce that Broadus is part of the itinerary this year! The Red Ants Pants Music Festival, founded by...

 

Alyssum is Everywhere!

By 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 forbs...

 

Nineteen Participate In Screen Free Week

By PR Extension Office We are inundated by information from multiple sources, including, but not limited to, tv, cell phones, I-pads and computers. To set aside all screens for a week can be challenging, according to MSU Extension Powder River...

 

Voices from the Past

May 19, 1922 The Worst Storm Known in Years The livestock toll of last week’s storm was nearly in excess of the entire winter’s loss. Hundreds of newly-born lambs perished, valuable work horses, steers, cows and calves were chilled to death. The...

 

5th Grade Learns About Sheep and Wool

By Liz Riter Liz Riter, Powder River Conservation District and Wilson Renner, Natural Resources Conservation Service, visited the 5th grade classroom on May 11th to teach them about wool and benefits...

 

Commissioner Proceedings

Monday, April 25, 2022 Chairman Lee Randall called the meeting to order at 8:30 a.m. in the Commissioner’s office, Powder River County Courthouse. Commissioner John Olson was also present. The minutes of the April 11 and 14th, 2022 commissioner...

 

Invasive Species And Soil Tunnel Education

By Liz Riter On April 25th, 2022, the 6th Grade Class and Junior High and High School Ag Ed Classes learned about the many invasive species threatening our state and how to identify and mitigate...

 

Students Named To Honor Roll

Powder River County Junior High and High School students receiving GPAs between 3.5 and 4.0 for the third semester of the 2021-21 school year are as follows: Seniors- Lea Aye Shannon Knapp Abigail Martin Kori Richards Savannah Weaver Juniors- Colton...

 

Black Grass Bugs Impacting Crested Wheatgrass

By PR Extension Office With the recent moisture, the crested wheatgrass has shot up in growth. Unfortunately, we are also seeing damage from the black grass bug, according to Mary Rumph, Powder River Extension Agent. Most notable is the...

 

Real Estate Transfers

Daniel J. Cahoon, Etux to Darrel W. Smith, Warranty Deed, T5S, R46E, Sec. 25, NE4NE4. D. Scott Parrish, Etal, Cynthia G. Parrish, Etal to Richard C. Jackman, Etux, Warranty Deed, Lot 12, Block 18, City of Broadus, Original Townsite Subdivision. Denni...

 

Piano Recital Coming Up This Sunday

By Christine Appleman Piano quartets, trios, duets, and solos, original compositions and vocal selections! Please join us Sunday, May 22 at 3 p.m. in the High School Auditorium. Each of the piano students have shown amazing progress this year! The...

 

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