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Articles from the June 25, 2020 edition

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Bear Sighted Near Broadus

On Saturday afternoon, an ursine visitor traveled near Broadus. Where the visitor traveled from, and where he is traveling to, is still a mystery. The Powder River Sheriff’s Office was alerted by a passing motorist of a black bear, which was seen...

 

PR Public Health Issues Statement on False Positive COVID-19 Test, Clarifies Role

By Powder River County Health Officer Sean Hill As many people know, on Friday, June 19, 2020 we issued directives identifying a positive COVID-19 case in Powder River County. As it turns out, after subsequent testing it was a false positive. To...

 

Fourth of July Celebration Coming Up!

By Jessica Malone We hope you’re getting excited for the upcoming 4th of July festivities in Broadus. Join the Powder River Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture in “Celebrating Life, Liberty & the Pursuit of Happiness” this Independence Day! This...

 

Sullivan Reflects on 30+ Years of Healthcare Service to the Community

Over the past few months, healthcare workers around the world, especially those in the public health field, have had a particularly challenging workplace environment. Recently we sat down with Randy...

 

Little Levi Pageant Queens Crowned

By Pageant Director Kate Ruland What an amazing turn out of girls vying for titles this year! Little Levi officially has the largest rodeo royalty pageant in the state with 13 girls running. Judges were Maquel Fleming, Miranda Minow, Jennifer Hyett...

 

Graduation Will Take Place This Saturday

By Dori Phillips Graduation is only a few days away! This Saturday, June 27th, Baccalaureate will take place at 1:00 at Faith Bible Church, followed by Graduation at 3:00 on the football field. The weather looks to be hot and sunny so bring your lawn...

 

Subscriptions Due in July

Annual cost is $38 in county, $39 out of county, and $40 out of state. Please mail checks to: Powder River Examiner, PO Box 328, Broadus, MT 59317. We will also send an invoice in the mail as a reminder. If you’d like to save a stamp and avoid as...

 

A Gazillion Grasshoppers

Courtesy PR Extension Office The prediction for a heavy grasshopper infestation this summer has certainly proven correct – memories of 1988 are being shared by those who dealt with a severe infestation at that time, according to Powder River...

 

LOCAL RECIPES WANTED

Do you have a delicious recipe for rhubarb pie? A rabbit stew recipe from your pioneer grandma? Would you like to share the recipe with our readers? We are looking for recipes with a local connection, to be printed in the paper. We’d like...

 

Little Levi Rodeo Results

The long held tradition of the Little Levi Rodeo was continued on Sunday. Up and coming rodeo stars from near and far tested their mettle in events such as Goat Tail Untying, Stick Horse Barrels,...

 

COMMISSIONER'S PROCEEDINGS

May 18, 2020 Commissioners met for their weekly meeting with all members present. The meeting was called to order. No public comment was received at this time. Consent agenda – Rod moved, Donna seconded this motion, all in favor, motion carried....

 

Powder River County Claims

May 2020 Clerk & Recorder Petty Cash 809.40 Globalstar Usa 85.83 Incontact Inc. 311.32 Powder River Examiner 895.75 Range Telephone Cooperative 2930.63 Town Of Broadus 2092.11 AANAC 131.00 Advanced Chemical Solutions 1727.18 Alderman Oil Co....

 

Reminder: Income Taxes Due July 15

Courtesy MT Dept of Revenue As Montanans look forward to summer, the Montana Department of Revenue has a reminder: Federal and state income taxes are due July 15. “Montanans have handled a lot in these past few months, so I thank all those who...

 

30 Years Ago

Thursday, June 28, 1990 Wandering black bear may have headed home Being a celebrity may have been too much for a wandering black bear, who apparently has fled the area in search of a less hectic atmosphere. The bruin, which showed up unexpectedly...

 

4-H Family Feature - Emmons

4-H member Reece Emmons (near left) said learning to lead such a big animal has been a challenge. She likes learning about caring for a 4-H animal and taking care of her steer, Stan. Younger sister...

 

4-H Family Feature - Dudek

4-H members Noah, John and Hanna Dudek (below) work together on fixing a generator donated to them by a teacher at school (thank you!). They like doing the small engine project because, "we like...

 

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