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Articles from the June 16, 2022 edition

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Primary Election Details

Statewide voter turnout for the June 7, 2022 primary election was 39.2%, with 291,511 voters casting ballots in the election, out of 743,666 registered voters in MT. In comparison to previous...

 

Basketball and Football Coaches Hired At June School Board Meeting

The Broadus School Board Trustees met on Monday for their regular monthly meeting. Trustees Lori Fortner and Danny Johnson were not in attendance, all others were present. Faith Dyrud was hired as an Ag Ed teacher; Superintendent Hansen told the...

 

Some Local Offices Closed For Juneteenth

Federal offices will be closed in commemoration of the Juneteenth holiday, on Monday, June 20th. The post office will also be closed on Monday, as will Yellowstone Bank. State and local government offices will remain open on that day. The Juneteenth...

 

FWP Seeks Public Input On Local Elk Management Issues

Meeting planned for July 20 in Broadus HELENA – Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will be hosting a series of public meetings this summer and fall to gather ideas about local elk management issues and population objectives. A meeting is planned on...

 

4-H Camp Needmore...A Long-Standing Tradition

By PR Extension Office "My grandmother went to 4-H Camp Needmore [when she was around the same age]," stated one of the Powder River County's twenty-one campers on the trip over to Ekalaka. "Will...

 

Sign up for the Freedom Run set for July 4th

By PR Extension Office Bring friends and walk or run the 4th of July Freedom Run. The 5-mile run/walk begins at 7:00 a.m., and the 1-mile run/walk begins at 8:00 a.m. Both races start on the west side of Cottonwood Park in Broadus. Registration...

 

Broadus Third Glass Class Attends 29th Annual Conservation Field Day

By Liz Riter On May 24th the third-grade class and their teacher, Mrs. Rogge, met a crew of presenters by the Little Powder Bridge on Talcott's Ranch to learn about conservation. There were twelve sta...

 

Wally Badgett To Receive "Saddle of Honor" Award

By Derrick Calhoun, Star Staff Writer, courtesy Miles City Star Miles City's Wallace Kirk "Wally" Badgett will be receiving the Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame "Saddle of Honor" award on Aug. 20....

 

Dept. of Agriculture Reminds Producers to Sign Up to be Counted in Ag Census

2022 Ag Census sign up ends June 30th Helena, Mont. – The Montana Department of Agriculture (MDA) is reminding agricultural producers to sign up for the 2022 Census of Agriculture before June 30th. Taken only once every five years by the United Sta...

 

Voices From The Past

June 16, 1922 High School Building Cornerstone Laying With favorable weather prevailing, a public celebration will mark the laying of the cornerstone of the building in Broadus to be used for high school purposes. This important event will be held...

 

Commissioner Proceedings

Monday, May 23, 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. The board read and approved meeting...

 

4th Grade Learns To Identify Trees

By Liz Riter Is the tree in your yard a conifer or deciduous? Does it have leaves with smooth margins or needle-like leaves? The Arbor Day Tree Guide helps figure it all out. On May 25th, Liz Riter...

 

Court Report

Powder River Co. Sheriff’s Office Dennis Colgan, Emmett, ID, speeding in restricted zone (80/65) $65. Taylor Cunningham, Billings, MT, speeding in restricted zone (90/65) $95. Brian Schmitt, Robinson, IL, speeding in restricted zone (55/40) $65....

 

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