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Riley Returns Home to Care for Community

Alyssa Riley, recently graduated Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, has returned home to Southeastern Montana to practice her trade. While in vet school, Riley interned and worked at Broadus Veterinary Cl...

 

Minow plays in 8 Man All Star Game

Kyle Minow, Broadus Class of 2021, played in the 8 Man All Star football game in Butte on Saturday. The Bob Cleverly game features the top Class C 8 Man players from around the state of Montana, and...

 

PR County Now Under Rabies Quarantine

Dogs, cats, and ferrets in Powder River County are now subject to quarantine, under an order issued by the MT Department of Livestock last week. A Powder River County skunk was diagnosed with rabies on June 3rd, which caused the quarantine order on...

 

Mayor, Two Town Council Seats up for Election

The filing deadline for a municipal election is coming up on June 21st, at 5 PM. Two positions on the council will be up for election, as well as the position of mayor. Lori Turnbough’s position is up for election, which covers the area west of...

 

COMMISSIONER'S PROCEEDINGS

May 20, 2021 Commissioners met for their weekly meeting with Lee Randall and John Olson present. Commissioner Giacometto was absent. The meeting was called to order. No public comment was received at this time. Consent agenda approved. Mid-month...

 

McEuen Nominated for Teaching Award

Tyronne McEuen, Broadus Class of ’83 and son of Becky McEuen of Broadus, is a finalist for the Washington state Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching. The nomination recognizes the top K-12 science, technology,...

 

Court Report

Powder River Co. Sheriff’s Office Lyndsey McCall, Palouse, WA, speeding in restricted zone (55/40) $65. Buddha Tamang, Harrisburg, PA, speeding in restricted zone (43/30) $65. Michael Peceny, Denver, CO, speeding in restricted zone (85/65) $85....

 

Broadus 4th Quarter Honor Roll

Students receiving a GPA between 3.5 and 4.0 are listed below. 7th Grade Novalee Blakeman Gracie Gali Maggie Mader Kayleigh Opstedahl Darren VerWolf 8th Grade Rebecca Aye Zach Jones Shyla Madsen Rebekah Rasmussen Jayce Schroeder 9th Grade Graci...

 

Voices from the Past

June 10, 1921 $5 prize for riding “Examiner” named for our county paper The six-year-old black gelding on which Dick Rayburn took first prize in the riding exhibition at the Broadus Roundup last fall, has been named for this paper by its owner...

 

In the Halls of Higher Learning

Dickinson State University Spring 2021 Graduates DICKINSON, ND (06/04/ 2021) -- Dickinson State University (DSU) celebrated the most recent class of graduates at the institution's 101st spring commencement ceremony Saturday, May 15, 2021. Graduates...

 

Third Graders Learn About Their Environment at 28th Annual Kid's Conservation Field Day

By Liz Riter The 28th Annual Kid's Conservation Field Day was held on May 20 at the Little Powder Bridge. A field day was not able to be held last year, so 3rd and 4th Graders were invited to this...

 

Real Estate Transfers

May 2021 William D. Zier to Jeff Nedens, Transfer on Death Deed, Lot 9, T4S, R47E, Sec. 24, NE4SE4; Lot 10, T4S, R47E, Sec. 24, NE4SE4; Lot 11, T4S, R47E, Sec. 24, NE4SE4; Lot 12, T4S, R47E, Sec. 24, NW4SE4; Lot 13, T4S, R47E, Sec. 24, SW4SE4; Lot...

 

MSU Extension discusses estate planning aspects of common law marriages

BOZEMAN — A MontGuide published by Montana State University Extension aims to help residents understand the ins and outs of common law marriage. In Montana, a common law marriage means two partners could be considered as being married even if they...

 

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