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Class of 2021 graduates from Broadus

The PRCDHS Class of 2021, donned in green and gold gowns, entered the gym last Saturday for their last time as students. The soon to be graduates walked down an aisle surrounded by friends, family,...

 

Isaacs medals at State Golf

On Monday, May 17th, the Broadus golf team left early for the State Golf Meet, to be held at Riverside Country Club, along the Gallatin River on the north side of Bozeman. The private club features...

 

Library to hold summer art and reading programs

By Cody Earley This summer, the library will be providing several unique programs. First up: “LiterARTSY”! Each week, kids of all ages will have the opportunity to read (and listen to) a variety of different books and engage in fun art projects....

 

Ten advance to State Track Meet

A strong contingent of Broadus athletes qualified for the State Meet at last weekend’s Divisional Meet in Laurel. Jaxon Bilbrey, 9th grader, qualified in the 400 meter with a fifth place finish, as well as the 4x400 meter relay with fellow...

 

Elementary students receive physical fitness awards

Broadus Elementary students receiving Physical Fitness Awards are pictured above. Elementary PE Teacher Jerry Coulter uses the AAU Fitness Standards, which use a long run (up to a mile for older...

 

Screen Free Week Results

Courtesy PR Extension Office What do kids do when they turn off the TV or computer screen? Powder River County kids read books, flew garbage bag kites, rode bikes, planted trees, helped grandma sew, built a fort, crocheted, tagged calves,...

 

Final Grasshopper Suppression Meeting Scheduled for June 8th 1-5 pm Broadus Community Center

By PR Extension Office An update to the Grasshopper Suppression program in the works for Powder River County landowners was provided by Gary Adams, Director of Montana APHIS, in Broadus last week re...

 

Voices from the Past

May 27, 1921 Wagon is bogged; dancers rescued While fording Powder River last Saturday night, a wagonload of young people from Pumpkin Creek became bogged in the quicksand when in midstream. The river’s channel was only about 75 yards across and wa...

 

Subscriptions due in June

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FWP seeks Citizens Advisory Council applicants in SE MT

MILES CITY – Volunteer applicants are needed to serve two-year terms on Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks’ Region 7 Citizens Advisory Council. The purpose of the southeastern Montana-based CAC is to advise FWP on various regional and statewide...

 

Elementary Track Results

Continued from last week. 100 Meter Race First Grade Girls – Myla Gatlin, Sophie Ostendorf, Paisley Harper, Krystin Kramme, Emma Mills, Annabel Jesttes First Grade Boys – Trace Emmons, Caden D’Amico, Carson D’Amico, Cody Draine, Griffin Gardn...

 

Commissioners Proceedings

April 26, 2021 Commissioners met for their weekly meeting with Lee Randall, Donna Giacometto, and John Olson present. Meeting was called to order. No public comment was received at this time. Consent agenda was approved. The board discussed and...

 

VFW Patriotic Art Winners

By Connie Barnhart The VFW Auxiliary Post 1595 in Broadus has sponsored the Young American Creative Patriotic Art Contest at our Powder River County District High School for many years. This year the...

 

PR COUNTY CLAIMS

For April 2021 Amazon.com Credit 8.11 Globalstar USA 90.39 Incontact Inc. 403.36 ND Scull Construction 5743.55 Powder River Examiner 806.65 Range Telephone Cooperative 6104.85 Richard Aubert 358.04 Teel W. Mullanix 358.04 Town of Broadus 2177.17 ABC...

 

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