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Drane plays in All-Star game

Thomas Drane played in the Bob Cleverley 8-Man All Star Football Game, on Saturday in Butte. Thomas was a standout player for Broadus over his high school career, and was picked for the All-Star team...

 

May weather was cool and wet

The area saw a cooler, wetter May than normal, with precipitation totals close to double the average for May. The official rain gauge at the Courthouse in Broadus collected 4.22" of precip (both in th...

 

FWP issues memo on Crow Tribe hunting outside Reservation

Montana FWP issued a May 22 memo to game wardens advising them to not cite Crow Tribal members who violate Montana state hunting laws in the Custer Gallatin National Forest east of the Yellowstone River, which includes the Ashland Ranger District....

 

Blood drive to be held June 27

Vitalant will be holding a blood drive at the Broadus Community Center on Thursday, June 27th, from 2:45-6:00 PM. Blood supplies tend to run critically low in summer, so folks are encouraged to come out and donate blood and plasma. Those interested...

 

Flooding occurs along Powder & Tongue Rivers

A series of storms which dropped heavy amounts of precipitation in Wyoming were responsible for rising waters along the Powder and Tongue Rivers over the past week. At Moorhead Bridge, upstream from...

 

Senior Center News

Submitted by Pat Ridenour SMP, Medicare & Drug Diversion Medical Identity theft occurs when a beneficiary’s Medicare # is misused either by a provider, a supplier, or by someone posing as the real beneficiary in order to receive medical care. A...

 

Historical Museum opens for summer

The Powder River Historical Museum opened for the 2019 summer season on Monday, June 3rd and will remain open through September 27th. Currently there is a D-Day display in the front window, honoring...

 

Art & Soul Group convenes for May Meeting

By Lana Smith The May meeting of Art & Soul convened with 5 members present. The meeting was called to order with members telling about the different mediums they have tried, what their favorite medium is and why. In old business it was reported...

 

Court Report

In Powder River County Justice Court Powder River Co. Sheriff’s Office Lorin Sturtz, Broadus, MT, driving while susp./revoked, pled guilty, $285. Kristie Coulter, Broadus, MT, disorderly conduct, pled guilty, $185. Chance Barrett, Miles City, MT,...

 

1st Bank looking for military member photos

1st Bank will be displaying photos of Veterans and Active Duty military members, the week of July 1st through 5th. If you have a picture of your Veteran or service member, whether yourself or a loved one, please deliver the photo to 1st Bank the...

 

Swimming Pool expected to open Monday

The Broadus Swimming Pool is expected to open Monday, June 10th. Hours will be 10am-12pm, 1pm-5pm, and 6pm-9pm, 7 days a week (this schedule is slightly different than what we were initially told on Tuesday, hence the differences between this and...

 

Public health officials offer advice to prevent tick bites

As Montanans look to enjoy the outdoors this spring and summer, state and local public health officials urge everyone to follow a few simple steps to prevent tick bites and their illnesses: Limit, repel, and inspect. Exactly how severe the tick...

 

Elementary Track Meet Results, Continued

Continued from last week. Results are primarily in order of placing. Some results were not listed by order. High Jump Third Grade Boys – Colton Jones, Lucas Capp, Kanin Krantz, Landyn Merwin, Brock Gali, Kade VerWolf, Dylan Roberts, Max Grant,...

 

Commissioners Proceedings

May 20, 2019 Commissioners met for their weekly meeting with Lee Randall, and Rod Schaffer present. Meeting was called to order. No public comment was received at this time. Consent agenda – Rod moved, Lee seconded this motion, all in favor,...

 

Powder River County Claims

April 2019 Centurylink $299.70 Globalstar Usa $85.94 Home Depot Credit Services $533.62 Incontact Inc. $338.30 Mid-Rivers Communications $212.80 Powder River Examiner $805.75 Range Telephone Cooperative $2,917.92 Town Of Broadus $1,836.64 Aanac...

 

30 Years Ago

Thursday, June 8, 1989 Ridge Store moved to Broadus Museum Among some of the late additions to the Powder River Historical Society Museum the past week was the arrival of the fixtures and some of the merchandise of the old Ridge Store, courtesy of...

 

Broadus Town Council Minutes

TOWN OF BROADUS COUNCIL MEETING January 8, 2019 @ 6:00 pm Mayor Lyman Amsden, Councilperson Wanda Smith, Councilperson Lori Turnbough, Councilperson Cody Morris, Councilperson Pete Wenzel, Public Works Raymond Ragsdale, Public Works Cassidy Zimmer,...

 

DNRC reminder: Just four weeks left to file exempt water right claims

HELENA, Mont. – The Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC) would like to remind water right owners that the deadline for filing a claim on exempt water rights is June 30, 2019 – just four weeks away. The 2017 Montana...

 

Births - Kenneth Tate Strackbein

Kenneth Tate Strackbein was born May 25th, 2019, to parents Mike and Amie Strackbein of Belle Creek. Kenneth's siblings include sisters Emma and Arianna, and brother Gus. Paternal Grandparents are...

 

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