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Articles from the July 5, 2018 edition

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 By Billy Stuver    News    July 5, 2018

Newly stationed Game Warden set to patrol the hills

After spending the fall hunting season of 2017 without a local game warden, Powder River County welcomes FWP Warden Kyle Queer to the area. Kyle initially moved to Broadus last winter, but was away...

 

Examiner now available online

The Powder River Examiner has gone high tech, with a new online version of the paper now available, at www.powderriverexaminer.com . All print subscribers now have the opportunity to view the paper online for free, as well as through their current...

 

Wild weather characterizes June

Denizens of Southeastern Montana, and indeed much of the state, are enjoying one of the finest and most prolific spring growing seasons in memory and in fact in history. Dryland alfalfa hay is one of...

 

Swimming lessons coming up next week

The first set of swimming lessons for youngsters will begin next week, July 9-13, at the Broadus Swimming Pool. According to Swimming Pool Manager Bryce Traub, the cost for lessons will be $20 per child, and classes will be split into three age...

 

Mid-Summer Plants of Interest

"Now that the alyssum has dried up and is no longer prevalent, a couple new plants have taken over the range," according to Powder River Extension Agent Mary Rumph. Primarily found in introduced...

 

Letters to the Editor

Dear Billy, The immensity of what my country is doing to certain unfortunate families has just begun to soak in to my mind. I didn’t think it could happen here. Forcibly taking children from their parents and holding them captive looks like...

 

Local VFW Auxiliary Receives Award

President Annie Brimmer just received word that Broadus Post 1595 Auxiliary has been awarded the Auxiliary of the Year Award. This award is given annually to one Auxiliary in the state. It is based on how active your auxiliary is and the auxiliary...

 

Commissioners Proceedings

Powder River County Commissioner Minutes June 4, 2018 All commissioners were present to conduct county business during the first meeting of the month. Having heard no public comment on the agenda, the board visited with Marty Drane, Buildings and...

 

Broadus Town Council Minutes

TOWN OF BROADUS COUNCIL MEETING March 6, 2018 @ 6:00 pm Mayor Lyman Amsden; Councilperson Pete Wenzel; Councilperson Wanda Smith; Councilperson Lori Turnbough; Councilperson Cody Morris; Public Works Raymond Ragsdale; Public Works Cassidy Zimmer; Cle...

 

Water Exercise Classes Scheduled

Water exercise classes are set to begin Monday, July 9th. The classes will run Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. at the Powder River County Swimming Pool, according to Bryce Traub, Head Lifeguard. For more information, contact the...

 

Montana 2018-19 migratory bird regulations released

Montana 2018-19 waterfowl and ‘webless’ migratory bird regulations released Waterfowl and webless migratory bird regulations are already complete for the 2018-19 hunting seasons. With all of the water and ducks across Montana this summer, there...

 

30 Years Ago

Thursday, July 7, 1988 Firefighter, truck saved by ‘heroic’ action Some details are verified on a burn victim of the North Hammond fire on Sunday, June 26, with word from a Biddle friend that “Joe Fortner has really suffered from deep burns on...

 

Paddlefish harvest hit 908 in 15 days

The weather has been extremely unpredictable, and so was the 2018 paddlefishing season on the Yellowstone and lower Missouri rivers. According to Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Region 7 fisheries manager Mike Backes, it took 15 harvest days to approa...

 

Real Estate Transfers

Jackie Washington to Grant T. Gatlin, Etux, Warranty Deed, Lot 1, Block 13, City of Broadus, Trautman Subdivision. Samuelson Ranch Partnership, LLC, Etal, Sidney Voyle Samuelson, Etal, Norman Samuelson, Etal, Carl Samuelson, Etal to Dennis Gene...

 

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