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Articles from the July 14, 2022 edition

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The Moorhead Opposition Flexes Its Muscle

By Shane Dunning In my most recent column, I described the attempt in the late 1940s and 1950s to construct a dam on the Powder River south of Moorhead, Montana, just north of the border with...

 

Vital Statistics

Marriage Licenses Issued Travis William Gergen and Erica Anna Naillon, Broadus, MT James W. Thrush, Gillette, WY and Taylor L. Price, Hammond, MT Kyle C. Queer and Alyssa J. Riley, Broadus, MT...

 

2022 Fairbook Is Dedicated To Tracy & Becky Anderson

By PR Extension Office Longtime residents of Powder River County, Tracy and Becky Anderson have been involved in the Powder River County Fair for years. Becky grew up on the family ranch in the...

 

Powder River Conservation District Seeks Input on Local Natural Resource Concerns and Priorities

By Shanna Talcott, Broadus District Conservationist The Powder River Conservation District in partnership with the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service’s Broadus field office are gathering input from local stakeholders on how NRCS can most...

 

Summer Fun at the Museum

By PR Extension Office Come enjoy a fun, active and educational morning at the Powder River Historical Museum on Tuesday, July 26th. The action-packed adventure includes butter-making, sun photography. and a visit from Carter County Museum’s...

 

Info for Student Athletes

By Broadus Schools Activities Director Mike Richards ImPACT Baseline Testing ImPACT (Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing) is described as a scientifically validated computerized neurocognitive test used by more than 7,400 high...

 

Broadus Team Wins Bronze At Big Sky State Games

Members of the Broadus Lady Hawk Volleyball team played in the Big Sky State Games 11th and 12th grade age division volleyball tournament at the Big Sky State Games last week, earning bronze medals...

 

Voices from the Past

July 14, 1922 Bores Hole with Bullets Frank Allison broke his wagon reach Monday while employed in road work on Rough Creek. He didn’t have the necessary tools for repair work but thought of an ingenious scheme to employ his 25-35 Winchester rifle...

 

Sidewalk Proposed Along US Highway 212 In Ashland

Ashland — The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) would like to notify the public and seek comments on a proposal to construct a new section of sidewalk in Ashland. The project is located along the south side of US Highway 212. The proposed...

 

Minors Team Results

By Jerry Coulter The end of the year Minors Baseball tournament was held the last week of June. In the first game, Broadus Insurance (Green Team) won a close game against Yellowstone Bank (Gray Team)...

 

Young Wrestlers Hone Their Skills

54 young wrestlers in grades K-12 attended the Zadick Wrestling Clinic in Broadus last week. Olympic Wrestler and World Championship Silver Medalist Mike Zadick from Great Falls coached the event,...

 

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