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Federal funding inbound for local roads

Last week, a Presidential Disaster Declaration was signed which will allow FEMA money to go towards flood recovery from earlier this spring. The funding will cover eight Montana counties – Powder River, Daniels, Lake, McCone, Park, Stillwater, Trea...

 

Fun Times at the Manor

The Manor celebrated National Nursing Home Week May 12th – May 18th with loads of fun activities for the residents and their families to enjoy. The Activities Department started off the week in style with beautiful corsages for each lady at the...

 

Teachers honored at retirement party

Three PRCDHS teachers: Lynell Denson, Jesse Barnhart, and Charlanne Lemke, retired at the end of the school year. The teachers were honored with a party held last Tuesday, also receiving plaques...

 

Broadus competes at State Track

By Coach Jerry Coulter The State C Track Meet took place in Laurel on May 24-25th. Our first event was junior, Karli Collins, who really likes the Discus. She threw her personal best of 81'7". Good jo...

 

Bulbous Bluegrass is Loving the Moisture

Courtesy PR Extension “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...

 

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Black Bear killed in Miles City

A black bear was killed by a homeowner on the southern edge of Miles City on Memorial Day, after it was found raiding trash cans near a garage, according to Montana FWP officials. Black bear sightings and problems have become more common in...

 

HS Rodeo team competes in Harlowton, Big Timber

Here are the results from the past two High School Rodeos in which the Broadus HS Team competed, courtesy of Heather Cunningham: Harlowton on Friday Harley Meged - 2nd Pole Bending, 8th Breakaway Ro...

 

Commissioners Proceedings

May 7, 2019 Commissioners met for their weekly meeting with Donna Giacometto, Lee Randall, and Rod Schaffer present. Meeting was called to order. No public comment was received at this time. Rod Schaffer left the meeting to go the Safety meeting...

 

Elementary Track Meet Results, Continued

Continued from last week. Results are primarily in order of placing. Some results were not listed by order. Sixth Grade Girls – Alix Heacock, Maddie Zimmer, Shyla Madsen, Zoe Page, Katya Stiegelmeier, Rebekah Rasmussen, Riley Mitchell Sixth Grade...

 

Chamber News

Greetings from the Powder River Chamber, Did you know that May is National Beef Month? Before the month draws to a close, we wanted to recognize the many ranchers and ag support industries at work in our community. Thank you for your contributions...

 

Faith Bible Offering Camp Fees to Powder River Students

Faith Bible Church is offering to cover $250 in Bible Camp fees for this summer for kids from Powder River County. Kids from 3rd through 12th grade can take advantage of this wonderful opportunity. The two camps that will be covered are Camp Bethel...

 

Youth Bowling League season wrap-up

By Bill Alderman We wrapped up our Junior bowling league recently with a singles tournament. Solly Bradley and Ciarra McDowell were co-winners bowling a 620 series. In league play Cale Emmons and...

 

More on Measles

Submitted by Public Health Nurse Darlynn Williams Recent measles activity and press reports have resulted in questions regarding MMR vaccination and the possible need for additional doses for certain populations. The information below is intended to...

 

Church Notes

FAITH BIBLE CHURCH Pastor Tom Herzog Sunday, June 2nd - Pitch-In Dinner following Service Sunday, June 9th –Communion as a part of regular service Sunday, June 16th - Mission Moment during service Sunday, June 23rd - Faith Story during service Sund...

 

30 Years Ago

Thursday, June 1, 1989 8th grade trip turned into drinking binge The eighth-grade class trip this year turned into something less than had originally been planned. Two of the class members have been charged with illegal possession of alcohol and at...

 

Wild Animal Young Beginning to Appear

A nice set of hooters - In the picture at left, a pair of young Great Horned Owls peek out from their nest, in a photo snapped earlier this week. Meanwhile, pictured below, a trio of baby foxes...

 

Class of 2031 Graduates Kindergarten

The Broadus Kindergarten Class Graduation was held last Friday. The Class of 2031 is pictured above, along with Teacher Paulie Isaak. Back row l to r: Faith Lockrem, Maci Emmons, Hazel Kinzer,...

 

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