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Broadus Class Of 2022 Graduates In Style

As attendees entered the PRCDHS gym on Saturday to attend the graduation ceremony for the Broadus Class of 2022, Mother Nature serenaded the class with a pleasant rain storm, being so kind as to...

 

Track & Field Athletes Are Bound For Great Falls

"Everyone on the team who went to Divisionals qualified for State," Broadus Head Track Coach Jerry Coulter beamed as he described the team's performance last Friday at the Southern BC Divisional...

 

Golfers Place At State

The Broadus Golf team played at the State Tournament in Sidney last week. Weather for the first day of the two day event was wonderful, according to Broadus Head Golf Coach Chad Gatlin. The second...

 

Latex Glove Factory At Ashland In The Planning Stage

By Pamela Ash, Staff Writer, Independent Press Plans for a factory to make latex gloves at the site of the old sawmill in Ashland are coming together. With 100 percent backing from the Northern Cheyenne Tribe, a meeting on May 4 included a site...

 

Swimming Pool Set to Open June 4th

Editor: The print version of this article indicated a June 2nd opening date. That date has since been pushed back to the 4th. By: Libby Nisley, Swimming Pool Manager Plans for another fun summer at the Powder River County Swimming Pool are underway....

 

Scout For Alfalfa Weevil

By PR Extension Office A chronic problem for many producers is the alfalfa weevil, a key insect pest of alfalfa, causing variable levels of economic damage across Montana each growing season according to Powder River Extension Agent Mary Rumph. “I...

 

Memorial Day Info

The VFW will hold a service at 10:30 a.m. on Memorial Day at the cemetery. The deadline for the paper next week will be Wednesday at 10 AM....

 

Commissioner Proceedings

Monday, May 9, 2022 Chairman Lee Randall called the meeting to order at 8:30 a.m. in the Commissioner’s Office, Powder River County Courthouse. Commissioners Donna Giacometto and John Olson were present. 8:45 a.m. - Teel Mullanix, Road Supervisor,...

 

VFW Auxiliary News

By Annie Brimmer Greetings from the Post 1595 Auxiliary. It’s been awhile since we’ve touched base, but we have been active. In February we took flowers to all the residents at Powder River Manor. Our Buddy Poppy Chairman, Pat Hanlan, has been...

 

Mandatory trapper education course available online soon

Course available June 1 online, field days scheduled this summer and fall Courtesy Marla Prell, Montana FWP HELENA – People looking to get into trapping will have a new, and required, education course available online June 1 from Montana Fish,...

 

Larry Tauck

Funeral services for Larry Tauck, 64, of Ekalaka, will be 11:00 am Thursday, May 19, 2022 at Stevenson Funeral Home in Ekalaka. Burial will follow at Beaver Lodge Cemetery. Gathering to follow at the...

 

Voices From the Past

May 26, 1922 High School Play Pronounced Success The high school cast was without doubt a decided success last Saturday evening in its presentation of the farcial-comedy. “Betty’s Last Bet,” before a large audience at Shorty’s Hall,...

 

Celebrate World Atlatl Day 2022 at the Campbell County Rockpile Museum

The World Atlatl Association has designated the First Saturday in June as World Atlatl Day and is celebrated across the globe with everything from Just for Fun throws, teaching & instruction events, to International Standard Accuracy Competitions....

 

Bulbous Bluegrass Is Loving The Moisture

By PR Extension Office “The bulbous bluegrass is taking full advantage of the moisture this spring” stated Powder River Extension Agent Mary Rumph. Rumph described the invader as a thin stemmed, wiry grass that cures early and is often found in a...

 

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 April, 2022 Home Depot Credit Services 741.02 Incontact Inc....

 

Range Recognized as NTCA 'Marketing eXcellence Award' Winners

Forsyth, MT (5/16/22) - NTCA–The Rural Broadband Association recently recognized Range as the winner of the NTCA Marketing eXcellence Awards for Marketing Campaign and Public Relations Campaign. Ran...

 

Subscriptions Due In June

Annual subscription cost is $38 in county, $39 out of county, and $40 out of state. Please mail checks to: Powder River Examiner, PO Box 328, Broadus, MT 59317. We will also mail an invoice as a reminder. Feel free to drop payments in the payment...

 

Final Session Of BSBL Takes On The Leadership Challenge

By PR Extension Office The art of mobilizing others to want to struggle for shared aspirations was one of five categories defined as part of the "Leadership Challenge" offered by Dan Clark, speaker...

 

Elementary Track Results

Key: Relays were co-ed other than 6th grade. NH = did not make starting height. If a space is blank, the athlete either didn’t compete in that event, finished outside 1st through 8th place, or that class did not compete in the event. The data we...

 

Court Report

Powder River Co. Sheriff’s Office Alex Bolte, Colorado Sprgs., CO, fail to carry proof of insurance, dismissed by Court- valid proof provided. Robin Reames, Broadus, MT, operate veh. not properly registered, pled guilty, $35.00 surcharge. Robin Rea...

 

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